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420 with CNW – 4 Mistakes to Avoid While Preparing Cannabis Edibles

If you live in a state or part of the world where marijuana is legal, you may be thinking of making your own infused treats instead of constantly buying what is available at licensed outlets. To avoid a total disaster during your first attempt at preparing cannabis edibles, here are some rookie mistakes that you would be well advised to avoid.

Mistake #1: Using the Wrong Weed to Oil Ratio

It is usually better to use less weed in your edibles when you are just starting out rather than using too much and being freaked out by a single bite of your edible product. To this end, opt for an equal amount of marijuana and oil as you prepare your cannabis-infused oil for use in making edibles. You can later tweak the ratio as you gain more experience.

Mistake #2: Forgetting to Decarboxylate

Never add marijuana to your edible before you have decarboxylated that weed. Decarboxylation entails heating the weed on its own so that the THC in it is activated. Thereafter, let it cool before you use it. Otherwise, the fresh weed will give your edibles a terrible taste and absolutely no one will get high on that stuff.

Mistake #3: Grinding Your Marijuana Excessively

Experienced cannabis users also caution that you should refrain from excessively grinding your marijuana if you intend to use it to make edibles. This is because finely ground weed will be hard to remove from the cannabis-infused oil when you attempt to sieve it.

Consequently, the canna-butter or oil will not only look green, but it will also taste awful due to the plant residues within the marijuana edibles you prepare. Avoid this problem by using your hands to grind the weed coarsely, and then strain the plant matter out with ease before proceeding with the rest of your recipe.

Mistake #4: Incorrectly Heating the Edibles

It is far better to restrict yourself to the basics while you prepare cannabis edibles. For example, just preheat your oven to the desirable temperature (245°F) and decarboxylate the cannabis. Thereafter, follow your recipe for whatever product you wish to prepare. Don’t try to be too clever when you don’t have sufficient experience to pull off your experiments!

The process of preparing marijuana edibles can be demanding and complex, so it is best you embark on this project when you are fresh enough and aren’t in a hurry. This sober-minded approach is what sector companies like Pure Extract Technologies Inc. would likely recommend, as well as talking to a doctor first.

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