Cannabis and CBD milk are fantastic methods to incorporate cannabinoids into your diet. High-THC products provide a powerful high that lasts for hours, whereas CBD milk soothes the mind and body. Add some spices to each sip to make it more interesting!
Cannabis and cooking have a long history together. It’s an excellent method to combine your passion for food with your love of your lovely green. So, for those who want to get a little creative in the kitchen, we’ve put up a recipe for cannabis-infused milk – a delectable treat that can be consumed on its own, mixed into a milkshake, or used in place of milk in other recipes. It is the ideal Cannabis base.
How To Make Marijuana Milk
Do you want to try a cannabis-infused milkshake? Before you can make one, though, you’ll need some cannabis-infused milk!
You Will Need
- Full-fat milk
- Sieve and cheesecloth
- The quantities of each component will be determined by your tolerance. As a rule of thumb, 0.5-1g per 1/4 litre of milk is enough for most people. If you use more than this in a regular joint, adjust the amount for each 1/4 litre accordingly.
It’s crucial to use whole-fat milk. To bind the cannabinoids from your cannabis into the milk, fat is required. If you use a low-fat milk, the results will be lower.
- Make coffee according to the recipe. After that, combine your ground cannabis with milk in a mixing bowl. Grind your cannabis into a fine powder. The finer you grind it, the better it will infuse the milk.
- In a mixing bowl, combine the flour and salt. Add the sugar and butter to a separate mixing bowl and, using an electric mixer on medium-high speed, beat until creamy.
- Pour all of the ingredients into a blender and combine thoroughly. Add your cannabis to the milk and stir until completely combined.
- Allow the mixture to continue bubbling for another hour, stirring every so often. Keep an eye on it to ensure that it doesn’t boil over.
- After an hour, turn off the heat and allow the milk combination to cool.
It is critical to cook your milk for an hour in order to ensure that the cannabis decarboxylates and binds thoroughly to it. The processes of decarboxylation and binding are crucial for the chemicals within the cannabis to be properly activated – heat is required in order for THC and other cannabinoids to function effectively. In our comprehensive explanation, you’ll learn more about decarboxylation and why it’s so significant.
6. Strain the mix through a sieve and cheesecloth into an airtight container for usage later. This will remove the plant matter while also leaving you with cannabis-infused milk that’s ready to drink!
That’s all there is to it! Simply keep your cannabis milk in the fridge and use it before the expiration date on the milk. It may be used to make a variety of yummy dishes, as well as dipping cookies in, or simply consuming as a refreshing yet buzzing drink!
Other Milk Options
We realize that some people may not drink cow’s milk. Some people are vegans who refuse to eat animal products, while others can’t tolerate lactose. Regardless of your reason for avoiding it, it should not prevent you from experiencing the wonder of cannabis and CBD milk.
There are plenty of milk alternatives out there, which means you can enjoy this delicious and nutritious edible recipe. These include:
- Coconut milk
- Almond milk
- Cashew milk
- Soy milk
Let’s take a closer look at the advantages of each type of plant-based milk.
Almond milk is low in saturated fat and high in carbohydrates, making it an excellent alternative for those who are lactose intolerant. This plant-based milk has 3g of fat per cup, which isn’t as cannabinoid friendly as others.
Almond milk is high in calcium, vitamin A, and vitamin D. Cashew milk has a different amount of fat than other varieties. Some sorts contain 4g of fat per cup, whereas others only have around 2g. If you discover a high-fat variety, you can produce an excellent cannabinoid infusion while still enjoying the buttery and delicious flavor of cashews.
You’ll also get about 1–2g of protein per cup, as well as vitamins and minerals. Soy milk has 4g of fat and 7g of protein in each cup. After a workout, make a delicious fresh cup of CBD-infused soy milk to replenish all of those amino acids while relaxing your muscles with cannabidiol.
Vegan CBD Super Milk Recipe
To make a jar of CBD-infused milk that you can drink whenever you want to feel the clear-headed effects of the cannabinoid, follow the procedure below with your favorite vegan milk.
A number of different herbs and flavorings are used in this recipe. These ingredients, along with CBD, produce a drink that’s ideal for sipping in the morning, after exercise, or before bed. If you don’t have all of the components, don’t worry. You may alter to your liking and whatever you have on hand.
- Your favourite mug
Makes 2 servings of vegan CBD super milk
- 2 cups of any vegan milk
- 1 tsp. coconut oil
- 1 tsp. turmeric powder
- ½ tsp. cinnamon
- 1 tsp. honey
- 1 tsp. vanilla extract
- 1 pinch of finely ground black pepper
- 3g CBD oil (If you’re experienced with CBD oil, add your normal dosage. If not, start here and work up slowly over time.)
- Place your saucepan on the stove top and add your milk of choice.
- Add in the vanilla extract and stir over low heat.
- Add in the rest of the spices and the CBD oil.
- Stir slowly for 10 minutes.
- Pour into your mug to enjoy a soul-warming CBD-infused beverage.
- Alternatively, cool in the fridge and enjoy cold with ice later on.
The Best Cannamilk Strains
When producing cannabis or CBD milk, growers have the choice of using their own blooms. You can either make your own extracts to add into the mix or simply soak decarbed flowers in a saucepan of milk.
The best strains in the Royal Queen Seeds catalogue for incorporating into your cannamilk recipe are listed below. There’s something for everyone with these three strains, since they each contain unique terpene and cannabinoid profiles.
- Royal CBG Automatic
The strain’s effects are established when the consumer consumes a combination of cannabinoids. The cannabis plant contains two types of cannabinoid chemicals called THC and CBD, which interact in a number of ways to produce various psychological effects in marijuana users. This is a high-THC strain that has been selectively bred to have little levels of THC. With its classic taste profile, deep flavors of vanilla enhance each drink with a sweet, sultry flavor.
- White Widow
The powerfully psychoactive White Widow is a potent milk that provides something for everyone. Her THC concentration of 19 percent and high amounts of myrcene induce a stoning physical high that’s ideal for unwinding in the evening. Add an psychedelic flavor to tea and hot chocolate with this milk.
- Green Gelato
Cannabis Indica is a relatively pure sativa strain with a THC content of approximately 20%. It’s a fairly potent sativa that has an outstanding THC content. Strap in for this strong lady who throws you into a long-lasting and profound experience. The storm is enhanced with high amounts of limonene, which provide mental clarity and calmness.
Up your cookie dipping game with a DIY marijuana milk this season. Basically, what you’re doing is simmering the milk over low heat to infuse it with marijuana. You’ll wind up with a thick, slightly sweet, distinctively cannabis-scented batch of milk that can be used as a drinking beverage or in recipes.
We think it tastes fantastic slightly warmed with a little honey, but you can also use it as you would milk: in your morning cereal, a batch of buttercream, or mixed into coffee.
The milk will be diluted during the cooking process. If your batch of cannamilk is losing a lot of volume, you may add more milk while it’s cooking. Alternatively, you may put in some milk after your batch of cannamilk has cooled, so that it returns to the same amount of liquid.
Keep in mind that the expiration date on your milk is still the expiration date for your canna-milk, so use it as such.