Growing up did you drool over Mom or Grandma’s decadent, chocolate-y, and tasty brownies? You’ll never forget the gooey and fudgy taste, right?
Besides being comforting and a welcome treat on any kind of day, the best part of these brownies is that weed is the main star!
If done right with the perfect weed brownie recipe, these special brownies can be delicious. Our pot brownie recipes offer a wide range of options, so you can safely and deliciously experience the effects of THC.
It is wise to start slowly when eating pot brownies or any other form of marijuana edible. It’s always easy to eat more, but you’ll have to wait it out if you take too strong of a dose.
A Sativa strain will give you a more exciting creative and energetic feeling, while an Indica strain will make you more relaxed.
Both strains can affect you greatly if eat too much of them, regardless of your preference so take it slow for those who are beginners!
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When it comes to dosing, are many factors to consider when you make cannabis-infused oils or butter. If you are making your own cannabis-infused butter, just sample a small amount before you infuse an entire batch of brownies.
Even if you are fairly confident in your cannabis infusing skills, it is best to be sure—especially if you are going to be sharing with others.
If you wanted to avoid some of the guesswork, you can buy a distillate. The benefit of buying a distillate is that it is easily portioned out and has a specific THC or CBD percentage so you can be specific and exact.
Try using 5 mg of THC for every 20 g of Brownie.
The most important thing to remember when making your own brownies is to make sure the cannabis is thoroughly mixed into the batter.
Grab the professional advice from the budtender at your local pot shop.
Tell them the specifics you’re seeking. Stains that allow you to mellow out and veg on your couch for 8 hours or strains that’ll help get you through your day or heavy work projects are very different.
Generally speaking, using an Indica or Sativa strain is best, and then there’s the question of terpenes for flavor profile!
How do I want to feel, and what is my favorite taste profile before baking pot brownies so you have the best ‘pot-sible’ experience!
Happy Brownie Baking Cannadishers!