Quick Marijuana Oil

Marijuana Oil is a MUST for many medicinal recipes! Oil can be dangerous to cook on the stove as it splatters and spits and is generally volatile. We fix this disaster by cooking the oil in a mini slow cooker. Your mini slow cooker is going to be your best friend in your adventures cooking with Medicinal Marijuana. Enjoy this lovely and versatile oil.

Quick Marijuana Oil:

What you need:
Mini Slow Cooker, With temperature control (low, high, warm)
Two cups of Corn or Vegetable Oil
One Ounce of Marijuana mids broken up well

1. Place oil in slow cooker on low
2. In 20 minutes add Marijuana Buds
3. Observe buds, if not loosely covered in oil add more 1/2 cup at a time until covered
4. Cook for 6 hours on low, stirring every hour
5. Strain into a Mason Jar while reserving plant material (Set Aside)
6. Return plant material to slow cooker adding one 8 oz bottled water
7. Stir and cook two additional hours
8. Strain into separate mason jar and place in freezer
9. Extract oil from top of frozen water

The reason we use this method is to retain as much integrity in the oil as possible. It takes a bit of extra work, but it is absolutely worth it. Store oil in refrigerator. Very Potent. Very awesome!

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4 comments on “Quick Marijuana Oil

  1. Hi,
    Quick note I have desperately searched for the answer you have provided for so very long.I have read so many different cook times and temps,from 2 hours on high up to 1 week stirring constantly but I trust your method the most.I am cooking Banana OG as I write and will let you know what I think.
    Thanks a TON
    Edward.

  2. Thanks for the note edward!!! Please let us know how it works for you! Cooking the marijuana TOO long can cause the molecules to break down, which is very bad if you want to use them to medicate!

  3. Sounds like an easy recipe but I’m a little confused. Quoting Step 5, “Strain into a Mason Jar while reserving plant material (Set Aside)”. Can the oil used for initially cooking” the plant material used for anything or should it be disposed of?

  4. I use the “left over material” in dishes like chili and spaghetti. There is still lots of good stuff in it!

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