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Do you know:

  1. why cannabis chocolate is so popular?

  2. how to make it at home?

  3. how to create best-flavored chocolates?

  4. what cannabis and chocolate have in common?

Hungry for answers? Look for them below.

What is cannabis chocolate?

Chocolate is claimed to be a most favored drug of modern society. Cannabis is, too. What will happen if properties of both will be united in one product? You will get a cannabis chocolate.

Cannabis chocolate is any kind of chocolate-based product that is infused with marijuana. Having first appeared in the market, it has quickly outgrown brownies in popularity. Considering that brownies were the most frequently consumed edible for half a century, it is a huge achievement.

Main types of weed chocolates

All marijuana-based chocolate products differ by two main characteristics: the cannabinoid content and the cannabinoid type. Selecting the chocolate for your needs, start from the second characteristic and define whether you need CBD or THC-infused chocolate. CBD chocolate is recommended mostly for therapeutical needs, when it is necessary to reduce anxiety, kill pain or stay calm and clear-minded. THC chocolates are much more popular because of their intoxicating effects that come in 1-3 hours after consumption. There is also the third type that is sometimes called 1:1, which means that CBD and THC contents are balanced. This type is claimed to have the mildest effect on the body.

The cannabinoid content in a chocolate bar is very different, the range might be from 10 to 100 mg. It is important to understand that 10 mg chocolate might be even more potent than a 100 mg one, because it is where size matters. The cannabinoid amount is given per bar, so you should always calculate the amount you get per piece. For example: a chocolate has 100 mg THC per bar, and the bar consists of 8 pieces. The THC amount you will get eating one piece is 12.5 mg.

Making cannabis chocolate at home

Dispensaries offer a range of commercial chocolates infused with cannabis; they can be of different shape, size and flavor. Here you can find a basic recipe for cannabis chocolate that can be easily realized even in home conditions.

Ingredients:

  • 0.25 cup of cannabutter;

  • 4 cups of melted chocolate (or its equivalent in chocolate bars).

Technology:

  1. Melt the chocolate over a pan of hot water (180-200 degrees Fahrenheit).

  2. Add cannabis butter soon after the chocolate.

  3. Stir during the melting process. This temperature will allow chocolate to melt evenly transforming into the dark creamy substance.

  4. Prepare the molds and place there the ingredients you want to add: nuts, seeds, dried fruits, etc.

  5. Pour the cannabis chocolate mixture into the molds to cover the other ingredients.

  6. Put the product into the fridge to harden.

  7. Get ready chocolate from the molds and enjoy the homemade delicacy.

To create unique homemade chocolate, experiment with additives. In addition to adding nuts or seeds, you might enhance the chocolate flavor by mixing it with orange, lemon, mint or even chili oil.

Cannabis hot chocolate

For a cold season, a cup of hot chocolate is always welcome. Why not infuse it with cannabis, too?

Ingredients:

  • 1-2 g of grinded cannabis;

  • 1 teaspoon of regular butter or cannabutter;

  • 1 cup of water;

  • 1 cup of milk;

  • hot chocolate mix.

Technology:

  1. Mix grinded cannabis, water, milk and butter. As THC is not water soluble, you will not get any effect without using butter.

  2. Heat the resulting liquid to 180-200 degrees Fahrenheit. Remember that too high temperatures destroy the cannabinoids.

  3. Take a cup and put the hot chocolate milk into it.

  4. After 10-15 minutes of cooking, pour the cannabis liquid into the cup. It is recommended to use the coffee filter when pouring to sort out the residuals.

  5. Stir the hot chocolate.

  6. Add cinnamon or whipped cream if necessary.

Best tips for the first experience

Are you trying the cannabis chocolate for the first time? Make sure to play according to the rules, or you can end up dissatisfied. There is something you need to know to make your first experience smooth and effective:

Ask yourself why you need this chocolate

Isn`t it simply because you are hungry? Don`t you feel upset at the moment? Make sure your intentions are serious and your mind is clever, otherwise overdose is highly likely. The first dose of infused chocolate must include 2.5 to 5 mg of active cannabinoid. Do not forget that THC does not get to blood instantly as it happens with smoking or dabbing, so the effect can be evaluated only in an hour or few.

Check the potency of your chocolate carefully

Since cannabis is a drug, it is very important to read the labels. You need to calculate how much cannabinoid content there is in one dose, and act accordingly. Marijuana overdose from edibles is highly unpleasant.

Stay at home

Make sure your first try happens at home. Moreover, you need to be able to stay at home for at least 3-5 hours after consumption, because the effects from edibles are long-lasting. When you know your body reaction, you might experiment elsewhere, but not for the first time.

Try it on a full stomach

There are two rules for all edibles: not to consume them when you are hungry and not to mix with alcohol. Eating marijuana chocolates instead of your meal may result in severe nausea and stomach pain.

Check ALL ingredients

If you take a commercial product for a first try, make sure to check all the components of this edible, not just cannabis content. You can get the unpleasant surprise discovering plenty artificial additives.

Advantages and disadvantages of cannabis chocolates

As well as any other marijuana product, chocolate has its own benefits and limitations. Among benefits, there are the following:

  • It is tasty. Who has ever refused a chocolate? The combination of chocolate and cannabis is irresistible for weed lovers.

  • The effect is long-lasting. The average is 3 to 6 hours, much longer than with smoking cannabis.

  • Convenient dosage. You can just take a piece of a chocolate bar and know exactly how much THC you will consume. With weed smoking, calculations are never so easy.

As for disadvantages, most of them are the result of marijuana overdose that is a frequent case with all edibles. The potential negative effects are the following:

  • delirium;

  • panic attacks;

  • hallucinations;

  • paranoia.

Cannabis and chocolate: something in common

People have always liked chocolate, even when the availability of it was very limited, even when the doctors claimed it caused addiction. The same thing is with cannabis. The first mention of it reaches the old ages, and the interest to this product is still incredibly high. What do these two products have in common?

A study proves that chocolate and cacao powder act directly on brain cannabinoid receptors, exactly the same way as all cannabinoids do. The chocolate compounds evoke psychoactive effects similar to those carried by THC. The combination of cannabis and chocolate allows to enhance this effect and to get the most powerful brain reaction.