When quality flower is becoming more and more scarce, One Health WI
has reliable, 3rd party tested flower at over 20% cannabinoids.
What is CBD flower good for? Here are just a few examples:
First, there are LOADS of recipes you can use and here are some
samples to get you started. It may also save you money, depending on
your needed dose of CBD.
Our friends from Harvest, have these suggestions:
TWO ESSENTIAL TIPS FOR THE BEST CBD RECIPES
If you’re brand new to cooking or creating with cannabis, there are
two important factors to note when using flower in recipes, regardless
of whether you’re making food or body products.
Cannabinoids, both THC and CBD, need to be decarboxylated for maximum
benefit. Don’t let the term confuse you. It’s a simple process that
involves tossing your flower in the oven on low heat. Here are some
simple decarboxylation instructions.
Cannabidiol is fat soluble, which means it breaks down and is stored
in fat. This is why recipes often call for cannabis-infused oils or
butters, instead of flower.
7 CBD FLOWER RECIPES TO ADD TO YOUR RECIPE BOX
Here are a few ways you can incorporate CBD flower into your food,
supplements and personal care routines.
CBD COCONUT OIL
Some people believe that coconut oil is the best way to gain maximum
benefits from CBD. Because cannabidiol is fat soluble and coconut oil
is 80% saturated fat, coconut oil a great binding agent for
cannabinoids that supports efficient absorption in the blood stream
and across the rest of the body.
There are seemingly endless ways to use coconut oil. You can cook with
it, bake with it, add it to your coffee or rub it on your skin.
Whether you’re consuming it or applying it topically, by using
CBD-infused coconut oil, you get the benefits of both powerful
If you’ve never made CBD coconut oil, here’s our recipe.
There’s nothing like a little honey to soothe your body and soul. It
has a host of known health benefits. And few things go better with
honey than a little cannabis.
CBD-infused honey is just as simple to make as CBD oil. Plus, it’s
versatile enough to include in a variety of dishes. Break out the
baking pans, spread it on some toast or get out the baking pans.
Speaking of tea… Cannabis flower makes a natural addition to homemade teas.
Tea is a lovely way to combine CBD with other herbs in order to get
specific effects. Consider blending your CBD flower with:
Peppermint CBD for upset stomachs
Chamomile CBD to reduce anxiety and promote a good night’s sleep
Black or green tea leaves mixed with CBD for a caffeine boost or to
knock out a headache
For more subtle effects, you can skip decarboxylation, dry out your
flower and toss it in a tea ball. If you want stronger results,
remember to pop your flower in the oven before making your tea blend.
And consider adding some coconut oil or heavy creamer to your tea to
increase cannabinoid absorption.
Kombucha has been consumed for more than 2,000 years to improve
digestion, along with a host of other benefits. Given cannabis’s
benefits for nausea, digestive issues and overall gut health, coupling
kombucha with CBD might just be a match made in heaven.
CBD-infused kombucha and other beverages are starting to pop up in
breweries across the country. But you don’t need to be near a trendy
pub to enjoy some CBD kombucha. You really can make it at home. Here’s
a simple recipe for cannabis kombucha. This one uses store-bought
kombucha, but if you’re feeling up for a challenge, you can certainly
make yours from scratch.
If you’re just getting started using cannabis in the kitchen, one of
the easiest ways to include into recipes is to add it as a seasoning.
Just dry a batch of flower out in the oven and crush it up. CBD
seasoning makes a great addition a multitude of dishes, especially
those with an Italian flare.
If you want your CBD recipes to be nutritious and delicious, Here’s a
phenomenal guide to help you determine which recipes and herbs to pair
your CBD seasoning with.
Not everyone is a fan of the way cannabis changes the flavor of their
food. If you’re one of these people, there is an alternative way to
ingest your cannabinoids. Consider making CBD capsules.
Canna caps can especially be the right option for people who are
already taking vitamins or other supplements. This Leafly article has
a great recipe, plus tips for controlling dosage.
CBD BATH BOMBS
Topical products are great remedies for those using CBD for pain
relief. Bath bombs and bath salts can be a lovely way to incorporate
CBD into your body care routine. While you can find some of these
products at your local Harvest dispensary, they’re fun and easy to
make at home.
You can just toss your dried flower into your bath, but we recommend
making a CBD-infused coconut oil and adding the oil to a bath bombs
recipe. The coconut oil will enhance the effects of the CBD so you get
more health benefits from your medicine.
Beyond the basic CBD bath bomb recipe, consider using essential oils,
food coloring and shaping molds to customize your bath bombs.
GET STARTED MAKING YOUR CBD RECIPES
Although smoking cannabis flower has culturally been the most common
method of consumption, that doesn’t mean it’s the best. There are no
shortage of ways you can use CBD and other cannabinoids to enhance
your physical health.
So, pick up a bag of cannabis flower, break out your recipe cards and
start experimenting today. We’d love to hear how your CBD recipes turn