Recipes, tips and tricks for novice to experienced cannabis cooks - created and reviewed by Chef Jordan Wagman and Team Cannigma.
The world of cannabis edibles is full of stories of being too high, distinctively excessive raw herbal flavors and overly complex recipes requiring equipment that nobody has at home. This free cannabis cookbook simplifies everything.
Whether you prefer a cold refreshing drink on a hot day, or a warm cup on a winter day, something sweet after a heavy meal, or something filling like a savory main dish, there’s something here for you.
We’ve selected 32 of our favorite recipes that are suitable for medical cannabis users or those who may simply want to take a break from a joint or a bong.
Most of the recipes can be easily substituted for vegan or gluten-free options.
We hope you enjoy the recipes and remember to start low, and go slow!
Everyone reacts differently to compounds in the cannabis plant. Most of the main effects, such as the feeling of being stoned, getting the munchies, impaired short-term memory and impaired motor control, are caused by THC binding with endocannabinoid receptors in our brain and central nervous system.
THC is also known to have a biphasic effect. At low doses, it is generally relaxing, while at higher doses it can increase anxiety. That said, it’s not unusual to develop some kind of tolerance over time. Those with high tolerance tend to have fewer unwanted side effects.
Here are some general rules to follow with edibles: