I am a huge tinctures fan! Mainly because of it’s simplicity and how effective it can be. In 2021 we here at CannaCook wanted to start showing our users how to use concentrates.
Cannabis medication is incredibly diverse, allowing us to use it in multiple ways including inhalation, topicals, and edibles. Cannabis edibles are one of the most popular forms of consuming cannabis medicine.
In today’s post we will be learning how to easily turn this coconut oil into an easy to make CBD infused tincture.
In today’s video, Chelsie & Chris show you how to make tinctures similar to those you purchase in the shops. In Arkansas, most tincture you will find, will have an MCT (medium chain triglyceride) Oil as its base.
This Safflower oil is pharmaceutical grade so you can use it under your tongue as a tincture. You can also use as massage oil, or if you have any joint, muscle pain, or arthritis you can rub on the sore area for relief!
Tracey and Tamara from Canny Granny Candies show us how to easily make a tincture and a couple ways to do it! You can even skip the decarbing process if you want to, but it will take longer.
How to make cannabis tinctures in as little as one hour. Some people take months to do this but the longer you leave it the more chlorophyl you will extract.