Another recipe using yet another part of this great healer that we just toss out! My last "recycle" recipe was using root balls for topical applications. The stem oil is used in recipes or taken as is.
1) grind stems or cut up into small pieces. A coffee grinder will do the job nicely
2) In slow cooker add stems and enough oil of your choice (olive, canola, coconut etc.) to thoroughly cover stems. You may need to add oil to compensate for the loss of oil due to the stems absorbing oil
Cream of Broccoli or Asparagus Soup
Best made with fresh organic veggies
3 cups hot water
8 ounces Celery
8 ounces of broccoli tops or asparagus tips
2 ounces fresh onions
2 ounces butter or margarine
1 tablespoon flour
1 pint heavy cream
2 ounces fresh buds
Add Canna butter to taste. I personally like the rich flavor butter gives creamed soups.
Boil three cups of water with celery, broccoli (or asparagus) for five minutes. Meanwhile carefully sauté
2 to 3 tbsp bud butter
2 cup shell pasta
1 1/2 cup cannabis milk (1/4 oz bud or 1/2 oz leaf)
half of a green pepper (you can use red or yellow as well)
half of an onion
a clove of garlic, I use a little more
4 tbsp flour
1/2 tsp mustard
fresh dill spice
3 tbsp nutritional yeast
Boil pasta until complete, then set aside.
In a saucepan, sauté veggies until onion is transparent. Set aside with pasta.
Melt butter completely.
Add flour to produce
I've explored numerous methods of extracting THC into tinctures. The alcohol method has a tendency to sting the mucus membranes of the mouth. I just finished a batch of the following for those looking for a recipe with less alcohol and a sweet taste to it
Step1) Take a previously made marijuana tincture
Step 2) Pour the tincture into the top of a double boiler . Add an equal amount of glycerin
(4 cups of tincture to 4 cups of glycerin, for example.)
Did you know that hemp or marijuana root is used to relieve muscular and bone aches, reduce swelling, ease pain, rejuvenates circulation, promotes cellular growth, and encourages deep tissue healing.
I try to use every bit of the plant, waste nothing is my motto! There are old recipes out there dating back years and years documenting the use of roots and stems.
If you are like me and looking for a homeopathic use for the roots start with a topical linament solution using rubbing alcoho
The supplies you’ll need are:
1 cup of distilled water or 1 cup of Aloe Vera juice
1 Tbsp of liquid lecithin
1 Tbsp Essential Oils your choice of peppermint, spike lavender or Helichrysum.
You’ll also use a blender, or a regular mixing-bowl to mix the ingredients. Also, you’ll need a small Container for storing the mixed ingredients in afterward.
Use either 1 cup of distilled water or 1 cup of Aloe Vera Juice, pour into your mixing-bowl or blender.
MEDICATED CANNABIS SALVE / I've used this on arthritic joints with good results
4 3/4 cups virgin olive oil
1 1/2 cups st johns wort
2 cups dried calendula blossoms
1/4 cup comfry root
1/4 cup org lavender flowers
6 TBLSP coconut oil
1 1/2 cups dried cannabis LEAF
pure beeswax, enough to make a "salve consistency"
Heat the oils and add the dried roots. never boil or simmer. keep just below the simmer point. if you see bubbles then turn down. Steep the herbs for a couple hours, stirri
.....was in a hurry and had to medicate quickly.... Out of vodka so I thought I would substitute butter to make something similar to Professor Tee's Miracle tincture. This works and let me tell you I was a mellow as a kittin rolled up in a blanket!
Sauté low heat 1 gram finely ground cannabis in butter until infused and remove from heat.
Add 2 TBL natural comb honey, mix well.
Pour into short glass, cool down until room temp or less, and add 1 more TBL of honey.
Get your favo
The exact science of decaboxylliztion is more of an art. I've never read a study done with a mass spectrometer to determine the optimum time or temperature. I've found it's less about following an exact time and temperature for all types of bud, trim or extracted oil/kief - than starting somewhere in the middle (where your resin won't be vaporized but it's still hot enough to decarboxylize) and adjusting from experience.
223F for 15 minutes for dry trim does a great job for me, as does stuff
Ran across this today while searching for new recipes for my patients. Great for those who don't like cooking
GANJA GOO BALLS
1 1/2 cups Canna butter
3 cups Oats
1/4 cup Peanut Butter
3 tablespoons Honey
2 teaspoons Cinnamon
1-2 tablespoons Cocoa Powder
Melt the Canna butter in a microwave safe bowl. In a large bowl, combine the oats, peanut butter, honey, cinnamon, and cocoa. Pour the Canna butter on top and stir until the mixture becomes homogeneous.
Canna Caramels I always use a thermometer when I cook with MM and advise anyone who uses my recipes to do the same.
Canna Caramels -
you will need:
2 cups heavy cream or half/half (2% milk works great)
1 cup condensed milk
2 cups light corn syrup
1/2 cup water
3 cups bakers sugar and 2 cups light brown sugar
1/2 cup softened canna butter, cut into small cubes
additional: flavored extracts, spices, nuts, dried fruits.
Yummy orange pineapple creamy banana and pecan....with a "lil" THC. The warmer weather is approaching us soon. Over the weekend I started digging through my recipe file and found this one... I just love comfort food!!/2 cup canna butter, room temperature
1/2 pint heavy whipping cream, cold
1/2 cup water
1 regular size Orange Jello
1 regular size Pineapple Jello
4 Tablespoons sugar
1 small can Pineapple crushed.. drain juice off.
1 cup chopped pecans
3 large bananas, chopped
Anyone here remember the famous Alice B. Tolkas Brownies? This recipe came to mind today while looking for something new to create with MM. I've included a little history on how this most famous recipe came about. These are very good.....
It all started when Alice signed a contract with Harper's to write a cookbook in 1952. She was a pretty fair cook, but what Harper really hoped to get wasn'tt so much recipes but tales of her life with Gertrude Stein, who had died in 1946.
This cake is great to make when you are expecting guests. This is one of my mother recipes which is probably the same one all families hand down from generation to generation.
So let's sit back and relax with a slice of carrot cake and a cup of tea with Professor Tee's Miracle Tincture stirred in.
2 cups sugar
1 1/2 cups of canola oil
3 cups of shredded carrots (~5-6 medium-sized carrots)
3 cups flour
2 teaspoons baking powder
1 teaspoon baking soda
Yummy....I had a sweet tooth today so I whipped up a batch of these.
2 cups creamy peanut butter
1 cup canna butter
4 cups confectioners' sugar
4 cups Rice Crispy cereal (I like to crush the rice crispy's up a little)
If you are feeling creative you can add chocolate chips....they will taste like peanut butter cups.
1.Melt peanut peanut butter and canna butter in saucepan, over low heat. In a large bowl, mix rice crispy's and confectioners'
This is another one of my goodies I've been making for some time now. This recipe has been passed around for a few years and I really don't know who developed it. But what I do know is it works!
Pack a mason jar loosely but completely with *****converted cannabis***** product; add a few sprigs of fresh organic mint.
Add alcohol (50% is preferred, but 40% vodka works just fine) until the jar is full.
Seal, shake and put in a dark, cool place for 2 weeks.
A chocolate lovers delight!
Start with Hershey's Premium Baking Bar Unsweetened Chocolate. On the back is a recipe for brownies which includes 1 cup butter, 4 squares of chocolate, 2 cups sugar, 4 eggs, 1 cup of flour, and vanilla extract. Start with dry hemp leaves and grind them in a coffee grinder to a fine powder. Put in a measuring cup until ~75 ml of "green flour" is made. Fill to the 1 cup mark (250 ml) with regular flour. Proceed with recipe on box: Heat oven to 350 F, Grease 13x
I've taken Canna Oil by the teaspoonful to control pain and have found this as another way to medicate without smoke.
How To Make Canna Oil
1/2 oz of quality bud/trim, ground fine not powdered.
1/2 oz Carbolized marijuana aka vaporizer duff (optional)
1 Cup of cooking oil
You can chop your medical marijuana, leave it as is or grind to a coarse consistency.
Heat the cooking oil to 280 degrees in a double boiler. You can use a candy thermometer to make sure y
This tincture works great. I've made this recipe quite a few times and every one loves it. There is no medicine or "green" taste at all. This one is good to stir into your tea. One teaspoon will give you that mellow warm fuzzy feeling and if you use more you can get very relaxed if you know what I mean!
[center]PROFESSOR TEE'S MIRACLE TINCTURE
by John Galt, Jr.
* In a small saucepan, heat 2 or 3 tablespoons full of honey on a low flame. Don't let it start frothing over.
* Grind the
I ran across this while looking for easy ways to medicate in public situations where smoking would not be appropriate. There are numerous web sites that recite this formula. I have made these and they do work very well for me and my husband.
One half ounce of dried and cleaned marijuana ground to fine powder in a small coffee grinder equals about one half cup of powder.
Set the half-cup of green powder by the stove.
Use a very small saucepan. Add 3 or 4 tablespoons of unprocessed v
I had really good luck on my first try. You can use any flavor of Jello you like.
I make the butter by adding 2 oz of quality trimmings to 1 lb of butter. Let the mixture start to boil then turn down to a simmer and cook 8-10 hours covered. Strain with cheese cloth and cool.
It will take some time to get the butter to mix with the rest of the ingredients and make sure you use a candy thermometer. You don't want your cooking temp to high or you will cook the THC right out of your candy. T