This recipe is for medicinal patients who consume cannabis regularily and have developed a tolerance. If you are unsure of your tolerance or have never tried edibles before your should half the amount of cannabis you use for your infusion.
What you Need:
Decarboxylation for Fresh Herb and Keif (skip this step if using pre-vape herb)
Making Coconut Oil
Potency: I have done many different cannabis oils and butters using this recipe and have found that this yields a THC potency range that work well for me. When using 7 grams of cannabis flower to 4 oz. oil/butter, my tCheck readings have ranged from 80.6mg THC/tbsp to 120.5mg THC/tbsp. To put that number into perspective, if you used 1/2 cup an infused oil in a recipe that makes 12 servings, each serving would have 53.73-80.33mg THC. The variability is due to differing percentages of THC in the different cannabis strains I use, whether I vaped or decarboxylated the weed in the oven, and the type of fat I infused the cannabis into. I like to make my oil infusions strong, because you can always dilute them down to your desired potency using regular oil or butter. When enjoying them, especially if this is your first time baking edibles. always start with less than you think you'll need, wait until you feel the effect (about an hour) and eat more if needed.
*If using a crock pot or sauce pot, use the same method of putting your oil/butter into a mason jar and adding your decarboxylated cannabis flower. Fill the crock pot or sauce pot with water so that it's at the same level as the oil in the jar. Let water come to a boil and reduce to stimmer. If using a crock pot, use low temperature setting and let the water heat up to a simmer first. Put in mason jar with cannabis and oil and let sit for 6-12 hours (the longer you go, the more potent it will be. I've even let this go for 18hrs before!). Add water to the pot as needed.