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Cannabis Coconut Vanilla Honey

Cannabis infused Coconut vanilla honey

Cannabis Coconut Vanilla Honey is the sweet and discrete way to enjoy a weed treat. THC-infused cannabis honey is a widely popular weed edible. It is also an excellent way to get your daily dose of cannabis. This is the sweetest, and maybe the healthiest way to enjoy cannabis infused honey. THC cannabis honey is best for those who are looking for the benefits of cannabis with a bit of a kick.

This is how we infuse honey with cannabis.

We are infusing honey with cannabis coconut oil. Weed infused coconut oil is a simple infusion that doesn’t take long to make. Speak to your dispensary representative to choose an appropriate cannabis strain for THC infused coconut oil. If you’re ready with cannabis, be sure to decarboxylate your THC bud. Follow this recipe to start your cannabis cooking oil infusion.

How is this THC honey infusion unique?

Excitingly, we are adding a little more flavor to this weed honey with vanilla bean. However, it’s completely up to you if you would like to change these flavors. Adding an extract like almond, banana, or chocolate is not off of the table. Think about your personal taste, and add in flavoring accordingly.

Tip: Be sure to mix your Cannabis Coconut Vanilla Honey very well. This way, you won’t end up with hardening coconut. Otherwise, this will force you to re-heat your honey.

Here are some ways you can enjoy your Cannabis Coconut Vanilla Honey.

THC containing cannabis honey is full of potential. There are several ways to use your new weed extraction. Consider adding this honey to your morning coffee. Drizzle a little honey over your porridge. If you prefer cannabis for sleep, try a little dose of weed honey in your evening tea.

There are many recipes that call for honey as a sweetener. Keeping the THC doses in mind, you may want to swap out regular honey for your golden cannabis infusion.

In addition, you can use this cannabis honey for THC beauty products. Consider putting this on your face with a little bit of coffee grounds for a THC face scrub. Rinse with warm water and experience the softness of your skin.

Start your Cannabis Infused Vanilla Honey Now!

Cannabis honey with coconut and vanilla flavor
Weed infused honey is great for tea or cannabis baking. This Coconut Vanilla Weed Honey is a tasty and sweet weed treat.
5 from 1 vote
Prep Time: 2 minutes
Cook Time: 5 minutes
Cuisine: European
Keyword: Cannabis, Coconut, Honey, Vanilla
Calories: 200kcal
THC: 220-440 mg per jar
Author: Steph Van De Ven



  • In a strong mason jar, add honey 1 vanilla bean and cannabis coconut oil.
  • Heat all together for about 5 minutes.
  • It’s that easy!



Calories: 200kcal | Fat: 20g
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5 Responses

  1. Anthony Dell'Acqua says:

    Shake in jar frequently and even flip up and down

  2. To get the coconut oil to stay in suspension cool in fridge a little and take out frequently stirring honey each time and when completely cooled it will stay mixed. Hope this helps.

  3. I followed this recipe to a “T”.

    The honey and the cannabis coconut oil will not blend. I added lecithin, which is an emulsifier, and it still won’t blend. Yes it does say to mix it well, but when i tried that, the coconut oil insisted on floating along the top.

    There must be a way to solve this problem. Anybody got a suggestion? If I find the answer I’ll come back a and post.

    1. Amy Ladikos says:

      To get the coconut oil to stay in suspension cool in fridge a little and take out frequently stirring honey each time and when completely cooled it will stay mixed. Hope this helps.

    2. chovihanni says:

      i decarb marijuana first then use it to infuse the honey. you can still add other flavors during the infusion. great taste and awsome relied

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