Using marijuana milk is an easy way to get stoned while eating cereal, Mac & Cheese, or maybe you’re just keeping your bones strong. Whatever the case may be, milk can be better by adding a little bit of bud to it. It’s suggested that you use chocolate syrup if you drink it straight though. It’ll mask the cannabis taste if you’re just drinking it straight.
You can now get a 100% organic hemp milk which promises to sooth anxieties and pains, aid sleep and reduce stress – via CBD (cannabidiol) oil.
THC, the main psychoactive chemical in marijuana (cannabis), is not readily digested by itself. Because THC is fat soluble it can be extracted into milk in order to make it more accessible to the body.
This cannabis milk/cream is very potent, so use less bud if you want or use more milk and share or use in any recipe that calls for milk as an ingredient.
When people mention cannabis they automatically think about marijuana, but actually the marijuana plant, or cannabis plant, does not just produce a mind altering agent. Cannabis milk cannot get you high. It does not contain the chemical known as THC; therefore it does not have the same effect. Cannabis milk is made from the cannabis seed, which is actually remarkably good for you. Cannabis milk doesn’t contain chemicals.
Does is work?
Coconut oil is a very effective way of extracting THC due to its high saturated fat content. It is capable of absorbing much more cannabinoids than butter or other oils.
Cannabis coconut oil is a really versatile way to consume cannabis. It’s great taken alone or baked into all kinds of edibles – most strains of cannabis beautifully complement the flavor of coconut oil! Canna oil makes medicating super accessible, too – you can use indica, sativa, or even high CBD strains to get the desired effect you want.
Compared to olive oil, which contains a saturated fat content of less than 20%, coconut oil contains over 80% saturated fats and thus has the ability to retain far more cannabinoids during extractions, rendering far more medicinally efficient products in return. Coconut oil, therefore, is a near perfect medium for cannabis.