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People use cannabis for many different reasons. Some use it to treat chronic pain, while others are looking for relief from anxiety and stress. Some use it to relax and unwind at the end of a long day. No matter what your reason for using cannabis, you have a wide array of consumption methods at your fingertips. There are buds, pre-rolls, vape pens, tinctures, concentrates, and more. There’s also an edible method, and cannabis-infused food is hands down the tastiest way to get the relief you seek. 

What Are Cannabis-Infused Foods?

As the name suggests, cannabis-infused are foods that have been infused with cannabis. They provide you with your dose in an edible form. The great thing about this edible form of cannabis is that you can infuse almost any type of food. It’s the most delicious way to obtain relief from pain, anxiety, insomnia, or whatever else ails you.

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Why Try Infused Foods?

Cannabis-infused foods aren’t just delicious. They also offer several significant benefits. For one, they’re discreet. The food you infuse looks exactly like the regular version. These foods also don’t taste like cannabis. To anyone else, it looks like you’re eating a plain old brownie or cookie, or drinking a classic cup of tea.

Another benefit of these foods is that the effects of the cannabinoids last longer than if you were to smoke or take a sublingual tincture. As such, you get longer-lasting relief. Now, one thing to keep in mind is that it does take longer to feel the effects. The food (and the cannabinoids) must first travel through your digestive system. The cannabinoids get processed through your liver before being released into your bloodstream.

Cannabis-Infused Foods from Dispensaries

The next time you’re visiting your local dispensary, check out the selection of cannabis-infused edibles. You might be surprised at the number of options available. Common types of edibles include:

  • Chocolate bars
  • Gummy and hard candies
  • Baked goods
  • Lozenges 
  • Gum
  • Mints

When you look at the package, you’ll see information regarding the THC and CBD content of the whole package. The label also shows how much you get per serving. Dosing pre-packaged edibles is simple and straightforward. They’re also great for microdosing. 

Making Cannabis-Infused Foods at Home

The great thing about edibles is that you’re not limited to the products you find at the dispensary. You can make homemade infused options, too. No matter what recipe you choose, you typically need cannabutter or cannaoil to start. 

Making cannabis-infused butter and oil involves decarboxylating your favorite strain in the oven. The process of decarboxylation activates the cannabinoids. You then melt your butter or oil over low heat and mix in the buds, allowing them to infuse the fat. The final step is to strain the mixture and let it cool. Then it’s ready to use.

You can use your cannabutter or cannaoil for almost any recipe you make at home. Some options to consider include:

  • Cookies, brownies, or muffins
  • Cupcake and cake frosting
  • Sauteed vegetables
  • Marinades, dressings, or dips

The possibilities are practically endless. The one thing to keep in mind here is that calculating your THC dosage is a bit more of a challenge. You can use formulas to get an idea, though. 

Cannabis-infused foods offer you a tasty way to get relief from a wide range of ailments. Whether you purchase a pre-packaged brand from Buzz Delivery or you make edibles at home, you’re sure to find an infused version of your favorite foods.