Cannabis-infused cream, or canna-cream, is an easy way to infuse most foods that require cream like soups, ice creams, and it can even be added to coffee! Canna-Cream can easily be made at home using these simple steps.
Preparation time: 50 minutes
Cooking time: 1 hour Yield: 1 cup
With any recipe involving cannabis, it is always important to decarboxylate or “decarb” your cannabis before cooking or baking with it. To decarboxylate your cannabis, preheat your oven to 115°C (240°F). Grind cannabis, then spread on a baking sheet in a single layer, and tent with tinfoil. Bake for 40-50 minutes, until the cannabis appears dry and brown with a crumbly consistency.
Heat heavy cream and decarboxylated cannabis in a double boiler on medium heat. If you don’t have a double boiler, pour heavy cream and decarboxylated cannabis into a mason jar and place in boiling water, with about ¾ of the jar immersed.
Let simmer for at least one hour, stirring occasionally if you are using a double boiler. If you are using the mason jar technique, just let the water around the mason jar boil.
Remove heavy cream and cannabis mixture from heat and let cool completely.
Once cooled, strain through a cheese cloth or fine sieve into a large bowl to separate the cream from the cannabis.
Store in refrigerator for 7-10 days.
1g = 1000mg 0.20 x 1000mg = ~200mg THC/g
200mg THC x 7 grams = ~ 1,400 total mg of THC
~1.400mg THC ÷ 16 = 87mg/THC
These calculations are approximate. Always consume responsibly.
Remember, it can take anywhere between 60-180 minutes for you to begin to feel the effects of ingested cannabis and the effects may be felt up to 8+ hours after consumption. If you are unsure how cannabis may affect you, we recommend referring to Health Canada’s consumer information here. Always consume responsibly.
*With any cannabis-infused edibles, the general rule is to start with a low amount, and only increase slowly. Here at JWC, we would like to remind you that determining your dosage should be based on the information provided to you on your medical document. Do not change your dosage without first consulting with your healthcare provider. As always, make sure that your edibles are properly labelled and are stored out of reach of children and pets.
When working with edible, cannabis-infused products, try to understand and maintain the ratios between the amount of cannabis and the butter or oil being infused. If your cannabis butter or oil is potent, consider reducing the amount used in your recipe by using a mix of infused and regular butter.
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