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  1. Hi Why the mix of cannabis and honey is creating a buzz This unlikely pair is becoming an emerging popular combo in the CBD industry. Vid On Link #Honey, one of nature’s finest gifts, has served as both food and medicine for thousands of years. Traditionally, it has been used in the treatment of eye diseases, bronchial asthma, throat infections, tuberculosis, among others. It has also served as a base ingredient for nutritious supplements. The golden substance produced by bees has anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory properties that make it an alternative treatment for clinical conditions in wound healing. Honey has also been associated with cancer treatment and even boosting memory. It is mainly composed of carbohydrates and is made up of compounds such as proteins, vitamins, amino acids, minerals, and organic acid. Meanwhile, cannabidiol (#CBD), an extract from the #cannabis sativa plant, is becoming the subject of several studies that show the substance as effective at stopping an overactive immune response caused by influenza or Ebola. CBD derived from hemp provides a legal alternative to medical marijuana and allows the consumer to enjoy the benefits of CBD without the risk of getting high. It is also an option for those seeking the benefits of cannabis products without violating federal law. So picture this—mix honey and cannabis and you create a powerhouse. A powerful combination Bird and the Bee founder Elizabeth Vernon, also tagged as the “Queen Bee,” shared her tips in the best way to mix the two to create a sweet treat. “The best way I have found is to make a tincture and to add it to the honey,” said Vernon who has been an apiarist for nearly 10 years and earned a certificate as a massage therapist with a degree in Eastern Medicine. The Bird and the Bee founder also advised adding infused coconut oil with the tincture. With cannabis lacking the fat shared by other herbs that make them easy to mix with honey, Vernon advised the use of the MagicalButter machine to make the process easier and shorter. For those who would like to be more creative or would like to add herbs to compliment your honey, Corinne Tobias, an organic farmer in southwestern Colorado advised adding dried lavender, chamomile, sage, rosemary, thyme, vanilla, or cinnamon to your satchel of decarboxylated cannabis. Honey should never be allowed to boil Tobias also noted that the satchel of cannabis, if placed in a crockpot, should be cooked slow and low, reminding that honey should never come to a boil. The heat should be on for four to eight hours. The satchel should then stay in the mixture until cool or overnight then the two can now be infused when making tea. Luckily, for those who still find the process too labor-intensive, you can always purchase the ready-made tincture offered at Diamond CBD. The CBD Honey sticks come in five pieces per package and cost $14.99 for each pack. Diamond CBD, a subsidiary of PotNetwork Holding, Inc. (OTCMKTS:POTN), which is one of the leaders in the cannabis business revolution, also offers CBD oils, vaping pens, edibles, gummies, chocolates, drinks, among others. https://us.blastingnews.com/food/2018/02/why-the-mix-of-cannabis-and-honey-is-creating-a-buzz-002397063.html Bongme
  2. Hi Rose and Cannabis Infused Honey Syrup Danielle Guercio, 2017 Makes 6oz; 14mg THC per serving ½ cup rose buds 1 cup Honey Syrup ½ oz cannabis infused glycerin tincture* How To Make on link https://thefreshtoast.com/cannabis/cannabis-and-rose-infused-honey-makes-everything-taste-fancy/ Bongme
  3. Hi The Ultimate Summer Food: Strawberry Salad With Coconut-Cannabis Dressing For anyone looking to add a little extra green to their salad, how about some fresh cannabis leaves? The flavor depends on the particular strain that you’re using, according to NYC chef Nick Testa, but they’re always herbaceous. He uses them just like he would any other green, like kale, arugula or watercress. “For this particular salad, I use something with a citrusy leaf, like either a Sour Diesel or Kosher Kush,” says Testa. The leaves of the cannabis plant have no psychoactive properties; you’re simply taking them for their flavor notes and their terpenes, which is the essence of the marijuana leaf, the flavoring that comes from it. Testa says he lives in a predominantly Greek neighborhood in Queens, where good feta and Kalamata olives are ubiquitous. “There are dozens of different kinds of feta to experiment with, according to your taste. Before I moved to the neighborhood six years ago, I’d had Greek salads in diners, but I didn’t really start eating them regularly until living here. Now I eat at least one a week. I wanted to incorporate those ingredients into a spring salad, and walking past a display of beautiful, fragrant pack of strawberries at the market — that quintessential spring aroma — inspired the dish. It’s got sweet, savory, salty and umami notes notes as well as some of the classic Greek flavors.” Strawberry Salad with Coconut-Poppy-THC Dressing By Nick Testa How to make on link https://thefreshtoast.com/cannabis/the-ultimate-summer-food-strawberry-salad-with-coconut-cannabis-dressing/ Bongme
  4. Hi How To Make A Quick and Fancy Cannabis Asparagus Tart There’s a case to be made for keeping store bought puff pastry on hand. And this Cannabis Asparagus Tart is one of them. Frozen store-bought puff pastry however, from the cheap to the most elegant of versions, is a reliable staple if you like to make people smile with your food and you don’t want to be married to the kitchen all night. Take any seasonal vegetable and flavor staples shallot and garlic and you have a perfect base for peppery and sharp cannabis infused olive oil. Mine goes to the outer limits with local quail eggs and nutty pecorino but you can substitute whatever cheese you have around. Here even vegan cheeses work great, strong green vegetables and all those aglio flavors will melt into any fatty spread, so grab that cashew ricotta if you’re not feeling the dairy. Right now asparagus is cheap and plentiful around these parts, and it cooks up pretty quick in the oven. This is crucial because when you’re entertaining or in a rush, hovering over the stovetop wastes time, versus set increments in the oven with your eyes and hands occupied elsewhere. If you’re not crazy about the spears, you can use pretty much any other green vegetable, even squashes Cannabis Asparagus Tart on link https://thefreshtoast.com/cannabis/how-to-make-a-quick-and-fancy-cannabis-asparagus-tart/ Bongme
  5. Hi Cannabis Tea Made With Leftover Marijuana Stems? We Have A Recipe! Use all of the plant for maximum enjoyment. Cannabis tea is a popular way to consume, and can treat asthma, chronic pain, nausea, anxiety and other ailments in a safe way. Consuming cannabis in the form of tea affects you faster than when you consume a fat-based edible, which is why this method is so popular among medical marijuana patients. Tea is also a great option for those who want to avoid smoking and who want to have a better control when it comes to managing their cannabis intake and its effect. Of course, if you want to enjoy some light cannabis tea, you have to prepare it in that way. It is possible to get very high if you brew a super strong cannabis infused tea. It’s all up to you. ingredients: ⅓ or ¼ of marijuana stems. 3 cups of water. Regular tea, to add some flavor Coffee filter, for easy brewing You can also add marijuana to your preference, to increase the potency of the tea. Binding Agent: Two or three tablespoons of the alcohol of your choice or ½ cup of milk and dairy substitute that suits you. You can also use ½ tablespoon of butter or coconut oil. Preparation: You can grind the stems, break them up with your hands or simply leave them as such. There’s no real difference in the effect they produce on the tea. Grinding the stems makes the process a little messier, so if you want to simplify your brewing process you should just break the stems up into manageable pieces. Fill up your teapot with the three cups of water, then you can add the binding agent of your choice. To increase the potency of the weed tea, alcohol works really well, but you should add it after the boiling process is over so that it doesn’t evaporate. Once your concoction has reached a boiling point, add the stems and let them boil and simmer for 10 minutes. You can put the stems inside a large teabag, to facilitate the straining process. If you want to add a kick of strength to your tea, add some extra marijuana trims. After these 10 minutes have passed, remove your tea from the heat. If alcohol is your binding agent, then pour those tablespoons in. Now just remove the stems and your tea is ready to drink! If you didn’t use a teabag, you must strain the tea with the help of the coffee filter, so that you don’t find any twigs in your cup. After your tea is poured and ready to drink, you can add some honey or raw sugar to improve the taste, or maybe a bag of your favorite tea. This drink is very customizable, so be creative and enjoy! https://thefreshtoast.com/cannabis/cannabis-tea-with-leftover-marijuana-stems-we-have-a-recipe/ Bongme
  6. Ingredients and equipment First of all, you will need about half a gram of weed for each cracker you will make. Figure out how many crackers you expect to make and acquire the right amount of weed accordingly. Secondly, you will need Ritz crackers, Saltine crackers, Jacobs crackers, or some other similar type of cracker that go well with peanut butter. Now for the peanut butter: you should make sure that it is a type of peanut butter that has plenty of peanut oil. It should be non-hydrogenated as well. Unfortunately, Jif and Skippy brands of peanut butter do not have enough peanut oil in them — and that means they won’t work for this recipe. Go for another brand. You can also use Nutella or a chocolate spread instead of peanut butter if you prefer. Crunchy peanut butter is also perfectly fine to use. Next, you will need an item to mix together your peanut butter and the marijuana. This should be something small, like a toothpick. You should also have scissors of some sort or else a coffee grinder on hand to cut up the marijuana with. Make sure there’s enough tin foil to cover and store the crackers when they’re done. Finally, you will also need an oven. How to make firecrackers First, you will need to bake your marijuana. Preheat the oven to 250 degrees Fahrenheit. While you wait for it to heat up, take scissors and cut up the marijuana into tiny pieces. A coffee grinder will also do the job thoroughly and quickly; the finer the pieces of marijuana, the better it will work for your weed peanut butter crackers. Once the oven is ready, you can put your marijuana inside a tin foil bowl of sorts to hold the marijuana. Leave it in for about a quarter of an hour, then check on the weed. If it is extremely powdery or dusty, they have been baked for the perfect amount. Baking your marijuana is a highly important part of creating a weed firecracker. The reason for this is that it needs to be decarboxylated. Decarboxylation means that the THCA turns into THC. This can only occur when the marijuana is dried out enough — this drying process is accomplished through baking the weed. This process automatically happens when you smoke or vaporize marijuana since it is heated up enough for the decarboxylation process to take place. If you forget to bake your marijuana, you won’t feel a thing from your peanut butter pot cookies, so be sure not to forget. The next thing you should do is turn up the oven to approximately 300 degrees Fahrenheit, then wait for ten to fifteen minutes. Put a thick layer peanut butter (regular peanut butter without any weed yet) on both sides of each cracker (up to a centimeter). Then take your freshly baked marijuana and sprinkle it on half of the peanut butter crackers. Leave the other half for sandwiching it later. Take your toothpick or other mixing tool and mix the peanut butter with the marijuana, doing so as thoroughly as possible on top of the cracker. You want as much weed as you can to touch peanut butter. When you’re done with that, sandwich the crackers together and wrap them up in tin foil. Place the wrapped up peanut butter weed crackers onto a cookie sheet and into the oven and bake them for 20 minutes. Once the twenty minutes have passed, up the heat level to about 350 degrees Fahrenheit and leave it for another two minutes. Remove the freshly baked weed peanut butter cookies from the oven and set them to the side until they have cooled off. Now you are free to enjoy your delicious marijuana firecrackers! Original source: http://www.ilovegrowingmarijuana.com/firecracker-recipe/
  7. I have like 10g of avb/duff and i know you can make brownies and stuff with it if you get all the goodness out with cooking oil but i also clean my stem from my solo with milk, full fat and heated and was wonderring if the same could be done with my duff, like if i simmer it in milk then strain the milk and make my porridge and coffee with it will it be medicated in the same way it was when i cleaned my stem. Still fairly new to vaping, thanks in advance.