If you want to make:
without going down endless internet rabbit holes, or making mistakes that set your wallet on fire, I have something for you.
Maybe you’ve already tried to make cannabis products from home and you’ve realized that there’s a lot more to it than most people think.
Maybe your products were stronger (or weaker) than you expected them to be.
Maybe you’ve gone to google for answers only to be bombarded with conflicting information, or complex descriptions of things like decarboxylation, emulsifiers, and infusion methods.
This is exactly what I went through 8 years ago. No matter how much googling I did, or how many books I read, I always ended up feeling confused after I made a batch of edibles. How strong were they? Was I getting everything out of my plant material? Was there a better way?
When I took my questions to the internet, I usually found random articles and forum posts touting that X method was the way to do it. But when I would try X method, I would get inconsistent results… at best.
But one day, I went down the rabbit hole and came back with something that changed everything…
I found some actual research that explained the underlying science of edibles. I instantly understood that this information was going to make it possible to create virtually any cannabis product I wanted to make in my own home.
I combined this science with what I already knew about cooking with cannabis and came up with a fool-proof method for making edibles and cannabis products that makes the most out of your plant material.
YOU DON’T NEED ANY FANCY GADGETS OR A CHEMISTRY DEGREE TO GET THIS RIGHT.
You can save hundreds of dollars and many expensive trips to the dispensary as soon as you understand the fundamentals of cooking with cannabis.
Making customized, affordable medicine that could help you feel better over time.
Having more control over your cannabis products and getting the effects you’re really looking for.
Saving hundreds of dollars at the dispensary because you know how to make everything you see in the edibles section.