THC Distillate – Why it’s The Best For Edibles

Have you shopped around for cannabis and been confused by labels describing products as THC distillate? 

Distillates are concentrated forms of pure THC. The extraction process draws out THC compounds from the cannabis plant matter, mostly the flowers, and creates a final product consisting of pure THC. Cannabis distillates make the most out of the cannabis plant by extracting only the content we want and removing the separate compounds we don’t.

Whether you’ve already tried and loved it, or you’ve never heard of it, this article will provide all the details you need to know. By the end, you’ll be an expert on the topic of THC distillate and why it’s one of the best cannabis concentrates you can get and use for edibles!

What is THC Distillate?

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Those who have experienced dabbing distillates know one thing for sure, it is potent and packs a punch. Unmatched in THC potency and purity, distillate has become many consumers’ favourite choice of concentrate. The extraction process may be tricky, but the results are simple and readily available to see through one single dose or dab. 

Cannabis flowers contain over a hundred cannabinoids and terpenes, including THC and CBD. THC distillate is a cannabis concentrate that contains only THC compounds. All the other cannabinoids and terpenes produced by the cannabis plant are left behind along with the plant matter itself.

The distillation process focuses on single types of compounds by removing the other cannabis compounds (terpenes and cannabinoids like CBD, CBG, and CBN). Other undesirable compounds in marijuana like chlorophyll, oils, and waxes are also removed through distillation. 

What makes cannabis distillate such a unique form of the extract?

By now, even the most casual of cannabis consumers will be familiar with cannabis edibles and DIY recipes such as weed butter and weed oil. Eat a pot brownie, space cake, or a similar edible, and you’ll taste the unmistakable pungency taste of dank cannabis.

Sure, you might think that this dankness is par for the course for weed edibles, but what if we told you that this doesn’t have to be the case?

Since everything pungent and dank from the cannabis plant is removed through the distillation process, THC distillate is entirely flavour and odour free. This paves the way for a new, revolutionary type of cannabis edible that retains its potency while remaining dank free! 

The distillation process is costly and expensive, so few edibles will splurge for the resources required to produce this concentrate. Of those that do, many will opt to spray the surface instead of infusing it within the edible itself.

Sugar Jack’s goes the extra mile and infuses each naturally flavoured and sweetened edible with our premium, house-made THC distillate. That’s why our fun gums are so delicious and potent yet dank free!

How is THC Distillate Made?

thc distillate production

The short path distillation process that is used by extraction labs to create distillates. This revolutionary extraction technology has provided the tools needed to make this pure product. 

The process takes advantage of high-powered vacuums to distill cannabis compounds at lower temperatures. This lower temperature is easier to manage and use to create concentrates.

Distillates are made in a two-step process. 

First, the removal of terpenes and other cannabinoids occurs. 

After that, further processing removes impurities, lipids, and solvents. The ideal temperature is used to reach boilings points during distillation to avoid these valuable cannabinoid compounds’ degradation.

While we’re on the topic of solvents, let’s explain this term a bit. A solvent is any compound used as a carrier in the extraction process. 

The most common solvents for creating concentrates are carbon dioxide, propane, and butane. When it comes to distillates, carbon dioxide is the primary solvent utilized in short path distillation.

THC and other cannabinoids have high boiling points, and this is why advanced technologies are used to manage the process. 

The mixture of THC is also very viscous and sticky. And so, the machinery must have the ability to handle this tricky substance. This sticky and thick substance is dealt with and processed with high-skill and lots of care and caution. 

Benefits of THC Distillate

There are numerous benefits to this potent and versatile concentrate.

In terms of vaping, you don’t need to consume as much. This is good for throat and lung health. The same can be said for removing any burnt plant matter into the picture. 

THC distillate is also very efficient, and you don’t have to grind up bud, roll joints, and do all the other work you’d typically have to do before getting high. This means less waste along each step of the process. Without all this wasted time, think of all the things you can do! 

Distillates are more discreet than other forms of cannabis. Since the terpenes are removed alongside the unwanted plant matter, there is far less of an odour created during consumption. Whether for medicinal, medical, or recreational purposes, having a discrete extract to get high is always a plus. Cannabis distillates produce less odour while providing an even more potent method to get high. 

Another benefit is that they don’t produce any significant secondhand smoke. This is excellent news for those who must consume cannabis within their home and want to avoid the known risks of secondhand smoke to those around them. You can use distillate in many situations where you can’t use other forms of cannabis.

For edibles, we’ve already briefly covered above why we infuse our edibles with distillate instead of weed butter or oils. Not only distillate is more potent and effective, but it’s also flavourless and odourless. 

When you open up and enjoy a pack of Sugarjack’s edibles, you’re not going to be hit with a wave of dank pungency that’ll linger on your tongue. Naturally beneficial Manuka Honey sourced straight from New Zealand, natural fruit flavours, and natural cane sugar are what you’ll be enjoying! 

They’re costlier to produce, but hey – we’re dedicated to creating and enjoy edibles everyone, ourselves included, will love to enjoy. 

Disadvantages

The major downside of THC distillate relates to the fact that it is only pure THC. Fans of the entourage effect would oppose this isolation, as they believe there are additional benefits that occur from the cannabinoid synergy (along with terpenes. 

The entourage effect states that unique benefits and enhanced therapeutic effects occur from the interaction of various cannabinoids and terpenes. The idea is that there are multiplicative effects from adding different cannabinoids, whether in bud or other extracts and concentrates.

As mentioned above, the distillation method requires advanced skills and technology. Without having the means to access such advanced techniques, consumers who want to make distillate at home are likely to be disappointed. 

Quality Ingredients, Quality Edibles

thc distillate ingredients

You’ve made it to the end, which means you now know all you need to know about THC distillate! Today, we discovered how distillates are made using advanced molecular distillation to pull out only the compounds we want while removing the rest. The resulting final products contain pure THC and nothing else. 

This form of cannabis concentrate provides an unmatched experience and unparalleled potency. If you’d instead get a large dose of CBD, there are cannabis distillates that focus on this cannabinoid instead of THC. In short, distillates have brought us to a point where we can sort through different options to find the ones that have the content that we desire.

They’re a premium cannabis concentrate used in premium edibles, and we wouldn’t have it any other way: Manuka Honey, natural cane sugar, and natural flavours. Taste the difference for yourself that quality ingredients make the next time you open up a pack of our fun gums!

Green Out – How it Happens & What to Do

Much like having too many drinks on a Saturday night can cause you to blackout, if you consume too much weed, you will experience the equivalent — a green out.

And while it is impossible to overdose from consuming too much cannabis, we can assure you that greening out is not fun.

More often than not, when it comes to green out, it occurs with novice cannabis users who have yet to determine their tolerance level and ingest too much weed.

Whether it’s not feeling the effect of edibles kick in as quickly as you would like or smoking more than you can handle, when the weed or THC finally does kick in, it’s not typically the happy-go-lucky high that you were aiming for.

This also isn’t to say that greening out doesn’t happen to more seasoned tokers too.

Whatever the case, green out is a situation you should opt to avoid, which is where we come in.

In this article, we will break down what green out is, the symptoms, what to do if it happens, and how to prevent it in the future.

Let’s get into it!

What is a Green Out?

As we said before, the simplest way to explain what green out is that it is the equivalent of blacking out from drinking too much alcohol, except greening out happens from consuming too much cannabis.

It’s defined as a “temporary overdose,” where an individual will feel sick after eating, smoking, or vaping too much weed.

What happens is that THC and other cannabinoids within your favourite bud interact with the body’s endocannabinoid system, more specifically, the CB1 receptors in your brain.

The body then produces a fatty acid called anandamide that acts on these receptors to influence things like pain, memory, depression, and appetite (aka munchies). 

However, if you ingest too much THC, the CB1 receptors become overwhelmed, ultimately making you feel sick.

Trust us. It is not a pleasant experience!

There is no one moment that is the tipping point for greening out as individual tolerance level plays a massive role in determining how much cannabis one specific person can handle.

This fact is why you may see a more experienced blazer take a ridiculously enormous bong rip and be unphased. Still, if someone else with a lower tolerance tried the same thing, they would be completely obliterated.

To piggyback off this, just as tolerance plays a role in when greening out may happen, it also contributes to the symptoms you experience when it happens, how intense they are, and how long they last.

While we may not be able to determine for sure when green out occurs, researchers into this phenomenon have been able to determine that drinking booze while also ingesting weed will increase your likelihood of greening out significantly.

So, our best advice would be to pick one and stick with it.

What are the Symptoms?

greening out

While pinpointing when exactly green out will happen is difficult, the ingestion method when consuming weed is a significant influence.

For example, edibles take longer to kick in, whereas smoking or using cannabis concentrates through a more direct ingestion method, such as using tinctures, which can result in greening out faster.

However, because edibles take longer to produce effects due to THC being metabolized into 11-Hydroxy-THC, they also stay in your bloodstream longer, meaning that the symptoms of green out could last longer.

Common symptoms of greening out include:

  • Anxiety and paranoia
  • Dizziness
  • Sweating
  • Nausea/vomiting
  • Increased heart rate
  • Chills
  • Difficulty breathing

How long someone may experience these symptoms will vary on factors such as tolerance and physical build. They could last anywhere from minutes to hours.

If all you’ve had is a weed, then these effects should go away on their own. However, if you’re consuming cannabis as well as alcohol, known as crossfading, you may want to ask your friends for help or contact a doctor if symptoms are severe.

While it may sound scary, you can seek some comfort in the fact that, while it’s overwhelming, no deaths have been reported from overdosing on weed.

How to Prevent a Green Out – 3 Tips

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Like with any other substance, weed is an individual experience with specific effects on every person. Ultimately, it is very easy to avoid a green out by not smoking too much.

However, we get it. Sometimes you get carried away, or you’re inexperienced and have misjudged how much you can handle. It happens.

So, here are some helpful tips on better preventing yourself or someone else from greening out.

Avoid Ingesting Weed on an Empty Stomach

While many weed strains will inevitably cause the munchies, like drinking alcohol, consuming cannabis on an empty stomach will enhance its overall effects.

It’s best to eat something before embarking on your weed journey.

Eating food impacts your overall blood sugar levels. If you don’t eat enough, your blood sugar will be low, and you will likely feel side effects such as being dizzy, light-headed, or nauseous, similar to the symptoms of greening out.

So, if your blood sugar levels are already low from not eating before ingesting THC, you are more likely to green out.

Know Your Limit, Stay Within It

This tip is a tricky one, especially for novice tokers, but learning your tolerance level is the most effective way to avoid a green out.

This is why many blazers tend to stick to the tried and true method of starting low and going slow. This rule can be applied to any form of cannabis product, whether edibles, concentrates, or dry flower.

Don’t be annoyed if you don’t feel the effects right away, particularly when it comes to edibles. Some ingestion methods take longer than others to kick in. Just take your time and experiment with lower dosages before upping the ante.

Once you’ve pushed your limits and consumed more than you can handle, there’s no real option to take it back, which may result in green out.

Avoid Alcohol

alcohol and weed

We’ve touched on this a few times already, but we really can’t emphasize it enough.

While it may be tempting in social situations like a party to partake in mixing business with pleasure, or in this case, pleasure with even more pleasure, combining weed and booze will significantly increase your chances of greening out.

The reason the likelihood is increased is that alcohol increases your body’s absorption rate of THC, resulting in an effect known as “crossfading.”

In this sense, we highly recommend sticking with one vice to avoid overwhelming your body.

What to Do if You or Someone is Greening Out

While you can try to take all the necessary precautions to avoid it, green out can still happen.

It can be a truly unpleasant and scary experience. Being equipped with the knowledge of what to do can be crucial when you or someone you know is greening out.

Don’t worry. We’ve got you covered.

Focus on Your Breathing

Anxiety and paranoia are two of the most common symptoms of greening out. 

Experiencing a panic attack is exactly what it sounds like. Your body has fallen into the primal fight or flight response and reacts physically to feeling threatened and panicked.

In instances like these, try to focus on your breathing and take long, concentrated breaths in and out.

It may help to close your eyes like you might when meditating and focus on the feeling of your rib cage, expanding and releasing with every long, concentrated breath. Try your best to block out any other distractions.

Taking large breaths will slow your heart rate to a more normal pace while relaxing the body and the mind.

Drink Water or Juice

green out what to do

As we mentioned before, having low blood sugar levels can influence your susceptibility to green out.

Drinking sugary juices could be what your body needs to balance out your blood sugar levels while also easing other green out symptoms such as nausea by putting something in your stomach.

We also advise drinking water to help rehydrate your body. It also gives you something else to focus on rather than feeling panicked.

Sleep it Off

Like with blacking out from drinking alcohol, sometimes all you can do is try to fall asleep.

When your body feels anxious and alert, it may seem challenging to try and relax and calm down, which is where focusing on your breathing comes back into play.

Find a safe, quiet and comfortable location to rest your head, close your eyes, and focus on your breathing. Your body will start to relax, and so will your mind, which will provide more desirable conditions to drift off into a peaceful slumber.

Green Out – It Won’t Last Forever

While it is a super unpleasant experience, it’s important to remember that it won’t last forever when it comes to green out.

The symptoms are temporary, and while it may feel as though there is no light at the end of the tunnel, we can assure you there is.

Of course, the best way to not green out is to prevent it from happening entirely. 

Next time you smoke or eat weed, ensure that you have a snack before ingesting cannabis and stay hydrated.

Avoiding alcohol is another pro-tip to avoid crossfading and taking on more than your body can handle.

Ultimately, a key factor influencing your likelihood of greening out is knowing your tolerance, which takes time and experimentation. It’s best to start low and go slow to build up your tolerance rather than diving off the deep end.

You have plenty of time to enjoy all the righteous benefits that cannabis has to offer. There’s no need to rush.

Stay safe!

How to Make a Space Cake That’s Out of This World

A space Cake won’t immediately come to mind when you’re thinking about cannabis edibles, but we’re here to change all of that today. Space Cakes are iconic, but they’re falling out of vogue instead of other, more accessible forms of cannabis edibles. The shift is understandable – taking an hour or two to make a batch of simpler pastries is by far simpler than baking an entire cake.

Which is a shame because many of today’s tokers won’t be able to experience the beauty, decadence, and experience that a Space Cake can provide.

Although there are countless recipes online to make a Space Cake, we’re going to show how to make Sugar Jack’s own Space Cake recipe.

You won’t need much to make one of Sugar Jack’s favourite pastries, just time, patience, and hard work!

What’s a Space Cake?

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We’ve alluded to it above already, but a Space Cake is any cake that’s made with cannabis extracts or concentrates. While Space Cakes originally only used cannabis butter in their recipes, the availability of new cannabis concentrates such as distillate, cannabis oil, and even tinctures have made it easier than ever to create your own Space Cake recipe.

When you see a Space Cake, you really don’t need an introduction. They’re a great way to get high and will make a great centrepiece to any cannabis-infused dinner party or event!

For us, the greatest benefit of having a Space Cake instead of other forms of baked cannabis edibles is their decadence. We’ve all been there before – literally biting off more than we can chew (and handle) off a few pot brownies or weed cookies. They just taste so good; it’s hard to resist!

Alternatively, cakes are rich, moist, and magnitudes more decadent. We’re not saying you wouldn’t want to have an extra slice or two, but we will say that your stomach will heavily persuade you against indulging in more than you can handle!

This limitation allows for a more controlled and low dose across your guests (or even yourself). Whereas a pack of high-quality edibles might offer 20mg of THC per dose (like our gummies), a slice of Space Cake can be formulated to have 5-10mg of THC or even less depending on how you bake it. 

And as we all know, edibles hit just a tad different compared to other, more conventional forms of cannabis consumption. 

space cake amsterdam

Space cakes aren’t that popular in North America, but they have enjoyed a continuous presence in Europe. In Amsterdam, you could even purchase this popular baked good at cannabis coffee shops and stores!

How to Bake a Space Cake

Many different competing schools of thought will try to tell you that there’s a right way and a wrong way to bake a Space Cake. Some will advise you to decarboxylate cannabis, make cannabutter with your decarbed weed, filter out the plant material, and then use the cannabis butter with cake mix.

Others will tell you that decarboxylating and filtering out your cannabis is unnecessary – mix butter and cannabis, bake the slurry right into the cake and allow your weed to decarboxylate in the oven.

At SugarJacks’, we’ve always believed that the best way to bake is to do it your own way! Space Cakes don’t really have a one-size-fits-all recipe to follow, so you can dress it up or dress it down however you like!

Sure, taking a mixing bowl, some milk, 2 eggs, chocolate chips, baking powder, vanilla extract, and a host of other ingredients to make Space Cakes is a viable option if you want a handcrafted, artisanal approach, but if you want something quick and fast, try baking it the Sugarjack’s style!

To bake a Space Cake fast and easy, you’ll need the following ingredients and equipment:

We love this method because, unlike other recipes, it doesn’t require us to stink up our surroundings by making cannabis butter. We know, we know – isn’t cannabis supposed to be the appeal of a Space Cake? Yes, it is, but if you have to allow the cake (and your place) to air out afterward, we don’t think it’s worth the dank effort!

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For this Space Cake recipe, purchase a packet of your favourite packaged mix, prepare it according to the instructions, and blend in your desired dose of hash oil, distillate, or tincture. Unlike cannabis butter, these cannabis concentrates won’t need to be decarboxylated, and they won’t smell.

They’re already active and ready to be consumed. They don’t require any further processing on your part to get them “activated” like infused butter, which is why we prefer these ingredients over the extremely pungent butter so commonly used in other recipes.

Let us be unequivocal here – you need to thoroughly, and we mean THOROUGHLY mix the cake batter to incorporate all of the cannabis concentrate’s THC into the batter. With homemade edibles, a common mistake is that certain parts of the result will have more THC than others, creating uneven doses and potentially causing a green out to happen.

Oh, another benefit of this recipe? You won’t have to worry about your cake tasting like the devil’s lettuce. With cannabis butter, the chances are that whatever baked good you end up creating will taste pungent!

Decadence That’s Worth the Effort

For a THC infused experience that’s sure to please without any of the negatives from traditional cake recipes, then a Space Cake is worth the effort. THC distillate, hash oil, and THC tinctures are easy to source, and they’re a cheap, stink-free alternative to cannabis butter that’s easy to use in a variety of recipes – not just space cakes!

The next time you’re having a few friends over, try our Space Cake instead of your usual pot brownies. We guarantee that you and your friends won’t be disappointed!

How to Make Weed Butter for DIY Edibles in 3 Easy Steps

The beauty in learning how to make weed butter lies not in the end product but in its ease of production and accessibility. You don’t need to be a cannabis connoisseur or expert chef to make cannabutter – you need to have a bit of patience, a willingness to learn, and a bit of elbow grease to make cannabis butter that’s ready to be used in a variety of fun, tasty ways!

Cannabis butter, at the end of the day, is just another way to consume cannabis. Many opt to use cannabis edibles as an alternative to smoking. It’s an efficient and hassle-free way to consume cannabis in the form of baked goods without drawing too much attention to yourself or having to invest in rolling equipment.

Cannabutter is also slowly starting to eliminate the stigma against cannabis itself; as more and more consumers begin to experiment with the plant, an increasing portion of the population is also starting to open up to and appreciate the benefits of and about cannabis.

This cannabutter recipe is easy to make and won’t require more than a few household kitchen appliances to create, so without further ado, let’s get into making some delicious, cannabis-infused butter!

How to make Cannabis Butter – What You’ll need

The tools you’ll need to create cannabis-infused butter are easily located in any kitchen. Chances are, you’ll already have all of these lying around your house!

Here’s what you’ll need:

  • Oven or toaster oven
  • 1 1/2 cup of water
  • Hand grinder/ scissors
  • Baking sheet/ parchment paper
  • Sheet pan/baking dish
  • 8 ounces of unsalted butter or coconut oil
  • Saucepan or pot
  • Wooden spoon
  • Cheesecloth or coffee filter
  • Glass containers/mason jar
  • 1/2 ounce of quality cannabis

How to Make Weed Butter Step 1 – Decarboxylating

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The first step to making cannabis butter involves your oven, your weed, and a baking sheet. Before we do anything, we’ll need to decarboxylate our cannabis. This scientific-sounding word sounds difficult, but all it really means is popping our cannabis plant material into the oven to “activate ” it.

This is an important step because quote-on-quote “raw” cannabis itself is actually not psychoactive. To feel the effects of marijuana, heat needs to be applied to transform THC-A, a non-psychoactive compound, into THC, its psychoactive cousin.

Here’s how you decarboxylate your weed:

  • Preheat oven to 105 °C (220 °F)
  • Begin by grinding/cutting up your weed into coarse bits. This increases the bud’s surface area and makes it easier to bake evenly. Aim for a consistency you’ll use for a joint.
  • Prepare a sheet pan or baking dish with some parchment paper before evenly spreading your ground weed on top.
  • Place your sheet pan into your oven for 20-45 minutes. The time your weed takes to decarboxylate will vary depending on the kind of your oven, how fine you grind your weed, and where you’re located. Moisture and altitude actually affect how long you’ll want to decarboxylate your cannabis.
  • Carefully monitor your weed and make sure to gently mix every 5-10 minutes, so it doesn’t burn. Once your weed is a dark, golden brown, it’s ready to go.

How to Make Weed Butter Step 2 – Infusion

A word of warning for our home-chefs – this recipe is dank. If you’re planning on making cannabutter at home, you better be prepared for your place to reek like cannabis flower for a considerable amount of time. We advise chefs to use a portable stove and prepare their cannabutter outdoors or on a balcony to avoid the lingering smell.

Here’s how to infuse your cannabutter:

  • Add the butter and water to your pot/saucepan over very low heat.
  • Let the butter melt before adding in your decarboxylated cannabis. Mix well and allow the melted butter to saturate your cannabis completely.
  • Allow the mixture to gently simmer for 3 to 4 hours taking care to gently stir every half-hour to make sure your potent butter isn’t burning or sticking to the bottom of the pot. This process allows the cannabinoids to leave the plant material and infuse into our sticks of butter.

How to Make Weed Butter Step 3 – Straining

straining cannabis butter

Once your weed is infused with your butter, you’ll want to strain it to remove every bit of pant matter before using it in your recipes.

Take your cheesecloth or coffee filter and slowly pour the mixture out into a container. Usually, you’d want to squeeze the filtrate to get everything out, but doing so here will make your butter extra bitter.

Once completely strained, place your infused butter into the fridge and allow it to cool overnight. Once cooled, you should see a fair amount of water collecting on the top of your container. Dump this liquid out, and you’ll get some potent cannabutter that can be used in a variety of recipes to make homemade edibles!

You can use this butter immediately or store it in the freezer for up to six months.

Best Ways to Use Cannabutter?

how to make cannabis butter

If you want to make edibles or marijuana-infused baked goods at home, cannabutter is perhaps the best ingredient to use. Learning how to make weed butter isn’t the hard part – figuring out your dose is. We don’t recommend substituting regular butter with cannabutter as the potency could be drastically different from what you’re expecting.

Instead, try substituting a tablespoon at a time to build your tolerance and get used to the potency before adding more. Cannabutter can be used with various ingredients and can be used to take your cooking to a ‘higher’ level!

For us, we love to use cannabutter in recipes that don’t require too much of the cannabis flavoured butter. As an infused product, this ingredient will influence how your dishes will end up tasting. Cooking with cannabutter, in this case, could be challenging, as extra steps might have to be taken to mask or cover up the dank taste.

Edibles, too, might taste exceptionally pungent depending on how well you and how long you’ve infused your butter for.

Avoiding a Pungent Taste

Your favourite recipes and baked goods might not appreciate the dank infusion, and if that’s the case, you really can’t go wrong with a pack of Sugarjack gummies!

Sugarjack gummies are made with natural cane sugar, natural fruit flavourings, and naturally beneficial Manuka Honey for a naturally great time. Our gummies are infused with premium distillate that’s flavourless yet potent, so you don’t have to worry about any dank flavours surprising your taste buds.

The best way to avoid stinking up your own place and avoid surprising yourself with dank flavours is to get yourself sorted with a pack of Sugarjack gummies. We guarantee you won’t be disappointed!

11-Hydroxy-THC – How Edibles Work

Those wondering why the THC in edibles packs a far stronger punch than the THC in joints, look no further than 11-Hydroxy-THC!

Most cannabis consumers know by now that edibles can produce a high that is fundamentally different than the high of smoking weed. 

For those who require heavy medication or sedation, this is quite beneficial as the effects tend to last longer and produce a more substantial full-body buzz when used in high doses. 

So why do they hit so differently than smoking or vaping? Keep on reading to explore how the cannabinoids in edibles interact with our bodies and how the metabolic byproduct 11-Hydroxy-THC works its magic!

What is 11-Hydroxy-Metabolite?

11-Hydroxy-THC, also known as 11-OH-THC or 11-Hydroxy Metabolite, is the primary active metabolite of Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). This metabolite is created after decarboxylated cannabis has been ingested and metabolized by the liver. 

It is a byproduct of metabolized THC, and it is what your body absorbs when consuming edibles.

When you eat an edible, the cannabinoids don’t immediately get absorbed by your bloodstream. 

First, they pass through your gastrointestinal tract, where a bunch of enzymes break them down before they get metabolized in the liver.

THC vs THCA vs 11-Hydroxy-THC

THC vs THCA vs 11-Hydroxy-THC

THCA is the Precursor to THC

The cannabis plant doesn’t directly carry any Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) until it has been decarboxylated. 

Instead, most of the cannabinoid compositions contain Tetrahydrocannabinolic Acid (THCA), the precursor to THC, which is not psychoactive.

What’s interesting is that cannabis can only produce its high when you combust your weed or decarboxylate it to activate the THCA. It’s the heat that converts it to THC.

This is the main reason why we have to heat up the cannabis oils in edibles and spark our joints before we consume them.

While Tetrahydrocannabinolic Acid (THCA) isn’t a psychoactive cannabinoid, it carries a different set of attributes and benefits compared to Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). 

THCA is known to boast anti-inflammatory properties, as shown in this 2011 study. It also carries neuroprotective properties and antiemetic properties (appetite-stimulating properties that decrease nausea), helping with recovery. 

11-Hydroxy-THC is More Potent Than THC

This is what sets the high from cannabis edibles apart from smoking your standard joint. 

When decarboxylated THC is ingested, it makes its way through the digestive tract where it eventually ends up in the liver to get metabolized into 11-Hydroxy-THC.

The main difference between 11-OH-THC and THC is that 11-OH-THC can be up to 10 times stronger. After it gets converted in the liver and enters the bloodstream, it travels to the brain where it has an enhanced ability to penetrate the blood-brain barrier, meaning that it’ll hit you all at once with a staggering amount of strength

This fact is the main reason why edibles tend to feel much more potent.

11-Hydroxy-THC and Edibles

The practices of both smoking and eating cannabis have been around for generations. Both are thought to have been the pillars of cannabis consumption, being utilized by people worldwide. 

Yet the way THC is absorbed through smoking is drastically different from how it’s absorbed by eating edibles.

When we smoke marijuana, the THC is absorbed directly by the lungs through millions of tiny air sacs called alveoli. These air sacs are responsible for the gas exchange when breathing, smoking, or anything that has to do with inhaling air. 

Alveoli are the reason we feel the effects of smoking cannabis much faster than eating, meaning the cannabinoids can get absorbed and enter the bloodstream within seconds! 

From there, the cannabinoids travel to the brain, where they get you feeling high. This process takes only minutes to complete, with users feeling the effects nearly instantaneously.

11-OH-THC and Edibles

For edibles, the THC must go through a much longer process. 

The cannabinoids must first pass through the digestive tract. They go through what’s known as the first-pass metabolism to get broken down to 11-Hydroxy-THC by the liver before they can be administered to our bloodstream and produce psychoactive effects. 

Cannabis users typically report experiencing a different type of high with edibles. It’s more potent, buzzing, and effects tend to last longer. 

However, because cannabinoids need to be digested, there is also some delay before the effects kick in. Choosing to enjoy edibles means that you may need to wait anywhere from 30 minutes to 2 hours before you feel the effects. 

However, once they do kick in, you’re going to be in for a ride that can last upwards of 8 hours, depending on how much you took.

Edibles are better for your health than smoking weed. When smoke enters your lungs, it can hurt them through harmful carcinogens and toxins. Edibles, on the flipside, bypass the entire smoking ritual and enter your body through the liver producing more potent effects.

They are also super tasty and a fun way to enjoy the benefits of cannabis! 

11-Hydroxy-THC – The Reason Why Edibles Hit Harder

The 11-Hydroxy-THC in edibles is, without a doubt, a superior psychoactive ingredient compared to standard Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), which can make it a wild ride for new cannabis users. 

If it’s your first time trying edibles, the sheer potency of 11-OH-THC may be too much to handle. One of the best ways to enjoy cannabis edibles is to plan ahead of time and create an environment where you can simply let loose and relax without worrying about any other external factors. 

Like many other cannabis products such as dabs and flower itself, you’ll want to follow the golden rule: start low and go slow for edibles.

Now that you’ve gotten a good understanding of what separates Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) apart from Tetrahydrocannabinolic Acid (THCA) and 11-OH-THC, you can confidently approach different aspects of cannabis to find exactly what you want to fulfill your appetite. 

Enjoy!

When Will Edibles Be Legal in Canada? – All You Need to Know

When will edibles be legal in Canada?

It’s a question you may think you know the answer to, but while edibles are now legal, there is a lot more fine print surrounding them than you might expect.

Don’t worry. We’re here to help out and break it down for you.

In this article, we will deconstruct all the bureaucratic jargon and, in simplified terms, give you the low-down on legalized government edibles, the various regulations that surround them, and more.

So, When Will Edibles be Legal in Canada?

We’ll get straight to the point here. Edibles are already legal in Canada.

However, it was a long road to get here.

While recreational cannabis has been legal in Canada since October 17, 2018, the commercial sale of cannabis edibles was still prohibited well into the summer of 2019. The Canadian government had planned to legalize them in the fall, which ultimately happened, but they were determined to do it with a long list of strict restrictions attached.

One of the biggest obstacles was to ensure that cannabis edibles would not be made appealing to children, which is fair enough. Colourful gummies and other forms of edibles appear to look like everyday treats that would entice any sweet tooth, regardless of age.

So, heavy regulations had to be put in place. But this presented a challenge to legal dispensaries and companies surrounding how to market cannabis edibles, such as THC gummies, without making them appear to be “too much” fun.

Finally, exactly one year after the legalization of recreational weed, edibles were made legal by the Canadian government on October 17, 2019, under the Cannabis Act.

Edibles in Canada – Worth the Wait?

edibles in Canada

Of course they were worth the wait!

Under the Cannabis Act, edibles were made legal for provincial and territorial retailers as well as for federally licensed cannabis sellers for medical purposes. However, consumers would not purchase them until mid-December 2019.

December 17, 2019, to be exact. But they are available now, and that’s what matters!

Edibles are an item that appeals to both recreational and medicinal users for their concentrated potency, accurate dosage, and as an excellent smoke-free alternative.

As such, they have been enjoyed by users of all weed walks of life for years.

However, the ones available through traditional dispensaries are lackluster to say the least.

It is particularly noteworthy considering the lower dosage of THC, seeing as one could get a higher concentration in other consumable cannabis products for a fraction of the price.

As well, there are limits on the amount of THC that government dispensary edibles can contain, which are set at 10 mg per unit.

This ruling is fine for those who only wish to consume CBD edibles, but for tokers looking to get a good buzz going, depending on their tolerance, 10 mg potency may not be enough to feel the desired effects.

There are also limitations surrounding the accessibility and availability of edibles. You can only purchase them in government dispensaries which, depending on your location, could be challenging.

Additionally, in terms of accessibility, with the restrictions on dosages, the strict rules and regulations imposed by the Canadian government make it difficult for some consumers to get the appropriate dosages for their weed needs.

However, there are options to receive edibles without having to go to a dispensary in person.

Where to Get Proper Edibles

You are in a location that isn’t necessarily near a dispensary, or if you’re just lazy and just don’t want to leave your house (no judgement, we’ve been there), there are alternate avenues to purchase and receive edibles.

One of the most common methods of having cannabis products delivered to you is through online Mail Order Marijuana dispensaries, or MOMs.

As you might gather from the name, all a MOM is recreational or medical marijuana that is digitally ordered and mailed to your house. One of the biggest perks of services like these is the stark difference in price.

Government dispensaries charge the same price for an edible containing 10 mg of THC as some MOM sites do for edibles with 200 mg of THC, making them a highly desirable alternative for patients and recreational users.

In this way, you get greater value and more bang for your buck. MOMs also provide a significantly larger selection of cannabis products.

Our very own Sugar Jack edibles are a prime example of what makes online dispensaries so great.  You can purchase products with significantly higher potencies (like our delicious gummies) with the convenience and price that you’re looking for.

Not to mention, variety! Our edibles come in 11 unique, tasty flavours, including mango, strawberry, lime, grape, watermelon, pineapple, and even root beer. There’s something to satisfy every sweet tooth!

Our gummies are also created with the highest quality ingredients, such as pure cane sugar and naturally beneficial manuka honey, to ensure that they are not only fun and tasty, but also consistent in dose.

When Will Edibles be Legal in Canada? – Still Room to Grow

While this article has successfully answered the question of when will edibles be legal in Canada, there is still room to grow and weed out some of the overlying issues. Get it?

New and seasoned tokers alike still face frustrations when it comes to government edibles in terms of their affordability, limited dosage, and availability, but with alternatives like MOMs, they are still options out there to suit your individual weed needs.

And with tasty treats from vendors such as Sugar Jack’s you don’t have to sacrifice payment for potency with our abundance of tasty gummies and cost-effective pricing.

As always, be safe and enjoy!

THC Gummies – Cannabis Edibles You Need To Try

THC gummies, edibles, and other weed consumables have landed.

With Weed 2.0  entering into full swing,  gone are the days where flower and pre-roll joints were the only widely available way to get high.  Packed with flavour, potency, and of course, THC, tasty THC gummies and cannabis edibles are growing more and more popular as a smoke-free alternative to medicating that’s great for beginners and veterans alike.

THC gummies are, undoubtedly, a sweet way to get high, but not all edibles are made equally.

When it comes to edibles, THC,  cannabis extracts, and other cannabis compounds play a large role in the final taste, mouthfeel, and experience that they can provide. We’re not trying to tell you that gummy bears are better tasting than coca-cola bottles, but a difference definitely exists between, say, edibles made with weed oil and edibles made with distillate.

Entering into the weed gummies market for the first time and not sure what select options are best for you? We’re here to break down the best and worst of THC gummies!

What Are THC Gummies?

No surprises here – THC gummies are exactly what they sound like – candy gummies that are infused with THC. CBD edibles exist as well, but for the purposes of this deep dive, we’ll be discussing weed gummies that’ll get you baked!

Edibles, weed gummies, and other weed edibles all have one thing in common – they have THC infused in them somehow. We’re not talking about finding bits of live resin in your edibles like you would with marshmallows in a tub of Rocky Road ice cream – cannabis products infused with THC use a variety of extracts to give it that psychoactive kick.

Extracts can range from cannabis oil to weed butter and THC distillate to isolate. The THC gummy is a versatile way to get high, but there are some extracts you’ll want to look out for compared to others.

What to Look Out For in Weed Edibles?

Taste is, undoubtedly, of paramount importance.

The cannabis extract that manufacturers choose to use has a huge effect on the end-taste of the product, and there are some options that are definitely better than others.

Here’s what they are:

Weed Butter

Weed Butter

Commonly used with infused pastries and baked goods, weed butter is regular butter that has been infused with cannabis.

Cannabis butter is most commonly made by simmering water, butter, and cannabis over low heat for a considerable amount of time in order to infuse the slurry with THC and other desirable cannabinoid compounds.

It’s a great option if you want to make your own THC infused gummy bears or baked goods at home, but we have to tell you now that products made with weed butter will taste undeniably dank.

Now, that might be something you’re looking for in an edible. However, the overwhelming majority of edible consumers turn to edibles precisely because they want to avoid that pungent, sticky-icky flavour. If you’ve ever had a baked edible before yourself, you’ll know exactly what we’re talking about.

With that being said, it really boils down to preference. It’s not like cannabis gummies will have butter in them, to begin with, anyways.

Cannabis Oil

Cannabis oil

Following in the same vein as cannabis butter is cannabis oil. This is made in mostly the same fashion as cannabutter, and as such, will taste pungently dank as well.

Unlike cannabutter, cannabis oil is a common ingredient used in the production of many THC gummy varieties available today. It’s easy to make, relatively inexpensive to produce, and easy to infuse into candy and gummy moulds.

We’ll let you be the judge of whether or not gummies made with cannabis oil are worth it. If it was up to us, we would steer clear of the canna-burps and look for another option.

Another reason to avoid cannabis oil in gummies? To save money on costs, many producers will opt to spray their gummies with cannabis oil instead of infusing them outright in the production process. This not only makes the gummies taste (and smell) unbelievably pungent, but it also makes for a lower potency product that lacks the same extreme kick and potency that an edible should provide.

THC Distillate

When it comes to THC gummies and edibles, you either go with THC distillate or go home.

There’s a reason for that, and it goes beyond us using it in our products (we promise).

THC distillate is a premium cannabis extract. The production process is extremely mechanically involved and requires quite a bit of know-how and cannabis insight in order to be done right. Basically, THC distillate is a cannabis extract that has all of the cannabis plant’s lipids, fats, and chlorophyll (the compounds that make cannabis green) removed leaving behind a pure, concentrated THC extract that contains nothing else but THC.

The benefits of this are obvious, but if they aren’t to you, here’s what they are:

THC distillate is flavourless, which means you won’t experience any of that pungent dank flavour you would get from eating an edible made with cannabutter or cannabis oil.  Edibles made with this concentrate won’t taste much different from a regular gummy or piece of candy, which lets the candy maker’s tasty talents really shine through in the product.

Sugar Jack's THC Gummies

We don’t know about other candy makers, but the only thing you’ll taste with Sugar Jack’s edibles are natural fruit flavours, naturally sweet Manuka honey, and natural cane sugar. It’s an all-natural flavour for a naturally good time – at least that’s what we think!

THC Gummies – Where Flavour Reigns Supreme

Let’s be honest, the primary draw of THC gummies and edibles is not in the potency, but in the flavour. If flavour didn’t matter, then it’ll be much simpler and easier to have a few drops from a THC or CBD tincture instead.

You owe it yourself (and your stomach) to select edibles that are made with the highest quality ingredients and the highest quality cannabis extracts. That’s why at Sugarjacks’, we only use THC distillate, natural manuka honey, natural flavourings, and natural cane sugar in each and every one of our CBD and THC gummies.

The next time you’re in the market for some psychoactive gummies, do yourself a favour and pick up a bag of Sugarjacks.

Hash Oil -The Very Versatile Concentrate

Hash oil is just one of many cannabis products available in today’s modern market. Now more than ever, there are enough products to tickle the fancy of first-timers, casual users, and those who indulge in the beautiful, wondrous world of weed more on a more regular basis, all without any of them getting bored. 

While the standard joint will never go out of style – if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it – decades worth of research and refinement have created a variety of methods to enjoy your favourite bud that you may not even know.

Rest assured. We are here to enlighten you.

Hash oil, tinctures, and other types of extracts are quickly becoming a renowned sensation in the cannabis world.

Way back when there weren’t as many options, tokers of the past were limited to smoking their bud or ingesting it in edibles. 

Think of it as its own kind of Stone Age – get it?

Nowadays, we’re spoiled with an enormous amount of variety in our products to keep our high experiences fresh and interesting. Casual consumers and experienced blazers alike can bask in the glory of infused beverages, THC transdermal patches, electronic vaporizers, and cannabis oil.

Of these options, one of the most notable is hash oil and the various other types of concentrates that fall under its umbrella. Many patients profess their love for hash oil due to its intense, potent high and versatility.

Hash oil can be smoked, vaporized, ingested in edibles, topically applied, and even just by placing it directly under the tongue.

Have we gotten your attention? Would you like to learn more about the beauty that is hash oil?

Keep on reading, and we’ll take a deep dive into how hash oil is made, what it feels like, and various types you might come across.

What Is Hash Oil?

hash oil definition

Hash oil is best described as a concentrate created by extracting the key components in cannabis, such as the cannabinoids THC and CBD.

Also known as Honey Oil or butane hash oil, hash oil is one of many cannabis concentrates currently circulating the market. Other examples of concentrates include shatter, wax, rosin, and live resin, to name a few.

What’s even more interesting is that each of these cannabis extracts carries its own unique strengths and weaknesses with their own subtle differences and particular elements in their high.

Whether it be the different consistencies of the extracts or the terpene-cannabinoid balance, each classification of cannabis extract suits a particular purpose, giving cannabis enthusiasts a great set of options to choose from.

How Is Hash Oil Made?

What’s important to understand about cannabis concentrates is that they are each developed and extracted using their own unique methods.

That said, all extracts must undergo proper processing using solvents during the extraction process. And while all extracts are considered concentrates, not every concentrate is regarded as an extract.

A prime example would be old school hash, formed into bricks without using any solvent agents. For this article’s purpose, we’re explicitly referring to the extract when we talk about hash oil rather than the concentrate.

So now that you know extracts require a solvent to produce let’s take a look at the different extraction methods available to producers today.

Alcohol Extraction

The alcohol extraction method is a key technique in creating cannabis tinctures. The process involves soaking the flower in alcohol to isolate the terpenes by stripping away its trichomes (the tiny crystals on the surface of the flower).

After the alcohol has fully absorbed the cannabinoids, it is then evaporated, leaving the isolated cannabinoid-rich substance to be further processed into a hash oil or enjoyed as is.

CO2 Extraction

Rather than using a chemical solvent to get the job done, this method uses carbon dioxide as its isolating agent to create a much purer product.

Keep in mind, CO2 extractions are much more difficult and expensive to do, usually requiring specialized equipment to be done correctly.

Not only is this method more expensive, but it also requires training to produce accurate results as a combination of high pressures and high heats are utilized to create CO2 cannabis extracts, making it a highly dangerous process.

Butane or Propane Extraction

Professionally produced butane or propane extracted products are made using a closed-loop system where the cannabis flower is loaded into a tube and rinsed with the solvent.

During the rinse, the cannabinoids from the flower are transferred to the solvent,  which in this case, is the butane or propane.

Once it has been fully extracted from the bud, a combination of heat and pressure are applied to the solvent to purge it from the cannabinoids, resulting in either budder, crumble, or shatter depending on the purging process.

What Does A Hash Oil High Feel Like?

hash oil products

Make no mistake about it, consuming hash oil is significantly stronger than smoking your typical bud, even if it’s the highest grade bud available. At its core, an extract isolates the psychoactive compounds in cannabis and removes the bulk, meaning that a small amount can be equal to smoking an entire blunt. 

In other words, you’ll get sky-high.

While they are without a doubt more potent than standard bud, the effects they produce are much cleaner and highlight different elements depending on your extract of choice.

Instead of slowly working your way up to the desired high, consuming cannabis extracts like hash oil through dabbing will accelerate the smoking process and get you where you need to be much faster.

We repeat. Sky-high.

Where to Buy Butane Hash Oil

If you don’t want to make hash oil on your own, many retailers stock a variety of options for you to choose from. You can usually find a decent selection of butane hash oil cartridges and disposable vape pens at most dispensaries.

If you’re looking for something quick and easy to use, a disposable vape is a great convenient option that can be used on the fly. Simply power-up, inhale and let the hash oil work its magic.

Alternatively, you can always repurpose the hash oil for other things if need be. If you aren’t into vaporizing your weed, you can always incorporate the hash oil into edibles, topicals, and even tinctures.

Is Hash Oil Right For You?

The beauty of hash oil is that it can be consumed in a variety of ways, be it with a vape pen, in edibles, or even in topical forms. Not everyone has the disposable income to invest in a tricked out dab rig, which is the most common method of consuming hash oil.

Luckily, that doesn’t make or break your ability to enjoy the extract.

Hash oil also has a very distinct, powerful flavour that can be off-putting for some users. If you aren’t a fan of this particular bold taste, smoking hash oil may not be the best choice for you.

But don’t fret! If you’re looking for a healthier, tastier alternative, SugarJacks has a variety of delicious gummies with a variety of flavours to tickle your tastebuds.

sugar jacks gummies

Even better still, these edibles are made with pure cane sugar and naturally beneficial manuka honey before being accurately dosed with premium THC distillate for a flavourful, consistent dose every time.

Hash Oil – A Jack of All Trades

Butane hash oil may very well be one of the most popular cannabis extracts on the market today and for a good reason.

Its high THC content pleases even the most experienced of cannabis smokers while its intense, unique high can intrigue many newcomers at the same time.

However, given the sheer strength of many hash oils out there, we advise you to take it slow and steady when dealing with cannabis concentrates. 

And remember, it’s essential to get your cannabis products from a trusted and reputable dispensary, and extracts are no exception as these types of products require professional care and attention to detail to extract correctly.

As always, happy trails!

Weed Oil – A Quick Recipe To Making Cannabis-Infused Oil

How to make weed oil?

Cooking with cannabis is becoming more and more popular nowadays. Especially now, when cannabis is legal in Canada, people can finally turn to marijuana for its medical and recreational use and incorporate it into their cooking routine.

With cannabis-infused oil, you can turn favourite meals into delicious products that will surprise even the most experienced cannabis enthusiasts. From baking desserts to drizzling it over your salads, you have no limits on how you can use this versatile product in your meal prep.

If you haven’t yet discovered this great cooking medium, keep on reading to learn more about this delicious cannabis product and how you can make the one for yourself.

What is Weed Oil?

Weed oil or cannabis oil (canna oil) is simply a combination of oil of your choice and cannabis.

It is also one of the most versatile products due to its ability to be incorporated into various meals. Want to fry some chicken, bake a dessert or drizzle it over your greek salad? You can totally do it and get high while eating it, too!

To make cannabis oil you won’t need anything crazy like Moroccan spices, black truffle or the buried treasure of Oak Island. 

All you need is heat, cannabis flower and your favorite cooking oil.

We will go over the recipe shortly, but let’s cover some benefits of cannabis-infused oil before we dive into cooking.

What Are the Benefits of Weed Oil?

Weed oil

An Alternative to Smoking

Weed oil offers an alternative to traditional cannabis consumption methods such as smoking joints and vaping cannabis. When infused into your food, the product goes through your digestive tract without involving the lungs in the process. 

What’s more, when combustion is not involved, you avoid inhaling chemicals that are known to affect health!

Pain Management

Today, chronic pain affects many individuals. Luckily, weed oil could be beneficial to those suffering from chronic pain.

For example, a recent study has shown that cannabinoids can activate the CB1 receptor, the primary mechanism for the reduction of pain. When people ingest or inhale cannabis, it activates the brain’s reward system and reduces pain level.

This sounds very promising for people struggling with continuous pain! Since cannabinoids are able to reduce pain, people can use marijuana to treat different conditions such as headaches, neuropathy, spasticity and joint pain.

Full-Spectrum Profile

Due to a lower temperature extraction method involved, you will preserve the whole profile of the plant including cannabinoids such as CBD and THC, terpenes and flavonoids.

That means you will be able to enjoy the entourage effect. All compounds will synergize to produce unique effects and benefits. Moreover, since the extraction method preserves all the compounds in higher concentrations, it will be even more effective at providing relief.

Recipe for Weed Oil

Here are the ingredients you’ll need:

  • 1 cup of ground cannabis
  • A cup of oil

*When making cannabis-infused oil, you will want to make sure that you have a 1:1 ratio of cannabis to oil

Choosing the Right Oil

Any oil of your choice will work and preserve the cannabinoids found in your cannabis. Whether you like olive oil or want to use vegetable and canola oil, all are going to be great options.

Here are some ideas on how you can use different types of oils:

  • For desserts, coconut oil is a great option.
  • If you want a mild flavor of your oil in the dish, vegetable and canola oil are both great options.
  • And for more robust flavor, you can use olive or avocado oil.

Decarboxylate Your Weed

In order to reap the benefits of activated CBD or THC, another step that needs to take place is decarboxylation.

To decarboxylate your weed, spread it over the surface of your baking sheet. Then, place the baking tray into the preheated oven set to 240°F for 30-40 minutes.

Once it becomes highly brown, remove the tray from the oven.

Combining Cannabis and Oil

To make weed oil, add coconut oil and cannabis into either a slow cooker, double-boiler, or saucepan.

Depends on the method you choose, cooking can be done in three ways:

  • Slow cooker method: Heat oil and cannabis on low for 4-6 hours. Don’t forget to stir occasionally.
  • Double-boiler method: Heat on low for at least 6-8 hours and stir.
  • Saucepan method: Stir regularly on low heat for about 3 hours to prevent scorching.

Strain and Enjoy!

Now it’s time to strain your canna oil through a cheesecloth or strainer to remove the plant material. For that, simply pour the content over the cheesecloth and discard the remaining plant material from the strainer.

And it’s done! The oil’s shelf life is two months, and you can also extend it by keeping it in the refrigerator.

Get Cooking With Weed Oil

You can now use your cannabis creation in your favorite recipes. Bake a batch of cookies, invite your friends for a cooking sesh, or eat it straight up! Just be sure to let your creativity run wild and cultivate some crazy culinary ideas with your potent, infused weed oil.

200mg THC Assorted Gummies (Sugar Jack’s)

And if you feel like cooking is a bit of a pain and you don’t want to spend hours near your stove, you can always find pre-cooked edibles for you available at online dispensaries.

For example, Sugar Jacks edibles are made with all-natural flavours and colors and infused with premium THC distillate extract to keep your state fun and fresh. They also taste great!

Happy medicating!