Learn how to make weed tea in just a few simple steps.
If you have never tried weed tea you may not get what you were expecting. Making marijuana tea takes time, technique, and prep work. The most time consuming step is extracting the THC from the weed.
THC is not easily soluble into water alone, but with added saturated fats like whole milk or butter the transfer can occur just add heat and time.
If learning how to make marijuana tea is new to you, you should know that it's effects are likely to be equal to that of eating marijuana. Marijuana tea produces time-released body high that has a mild effect, but can potentially last for hours.
Some variations of weed tea are better tasting, and some are more potent. So, depending on your preferences decide which recipe will suit you best.
1/2 cup of marijuana leaves
4 cups of water
4 oz of whole milk
2 tea bags of your choice
4 oz of pot butter
1. Grind up your marijuana leaves. Put in pot, add water and bring to a simmer. Let simmer on low for 15 minutes.
3. Melt your 4 oz. of pot butter and mix it together with 4 oz. of whole milk. SLOWLY add this mixture to the simmering pot of weed tea to avoid curdling of the milk. Put in your favorite tea bags and simmer for an extra ten minutes.
- whole milk
- tea bags
2. Bring to a simmer for up to 25 minutes to allow THC extraction. Pour into container, add a couple tea bags, and honey if you wish.
3. After about 6-8 minutes, remove tea bags. If you think that the texture or taste of the weed flakes in the marijuana tea will bother you, extract them by using a strainer, or by using a cheesecloth to separate the materials. You can also strain your weed tea in an old pair of panty hose.
The effects of weed tea can take 30-60 minutes to take effect, and when it does it may only be a mild high.
You may have to stir your drink occasionally just in case the mixture starts to separate. A straw will easily solve the problem. Drink it all down.
Cheers to you and I hope by now you are holding a nice glass of hot or ice cold pot tea with pot butter in the fridge. Now, make your favorite space cake with the leftover pot butter and invite your cool neighbors over for a “high tea” like they do in the UK!
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