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Cooking with Cannabis: Weednog Edibles are a fun way to enjoy marijuana even if you also like to smoke it. Whether you’re having friends-giving later this month or Christmas with the family here are some good holiday-themed recipes.
Perfect for either holiday, this pot-infused eggnog is as delicious as it is potent. If your tolerance is high, or you don’t want to deal with family want to enjoy dinner totally baked, simply double the amount of weed in the recipe.
● 3 grams finely ground pot
● 2 cups heavy cream
● 1&1/4 cups whole milk
● 1&1/2 tbsp butter
● 1/2 tbsp cloves
● 1/3 cup sugar
● 2 tbsp vanilla extract
● 3 eggs
● 1/2 cup brandy, rum or whiskey (optional)
Mix butter, ground pot, milk, vanilla extract and your choice of alcohol in a pan and heat on low for sixty minutes, stirring frequently. Add in the nutmeg and clove at the 45-minute mark. Strain the mixture and let cool for thirty minutes at room temperature. Whisk together eggs, milk, cream, sugar and pot-infused mixture until thick.
This recipe makes about 48oz of weednog: Roughly 8 servings.
If you’re not feeling weednog, or just aren’t sure what you want to make yet but know that you want to make some kind of edible, then cannabis infused oil is the way to go. It’s versatile, and you can cook, or bake, just about anything with it.
● 3 grams of weed
● 1 cup of olive or coconut oil
Heat the oven to 250°F (120°C). Place the marijuana evenly on a baking sheet. Bake, taking care not to let the marijuana go over 250°F and burn (if this happens, you lose potency). Bake for about 35-40 minutes, then remove from the oven and cool before grinding into a coarse powder. This process decarboxylates the weed and it will keep like this in an airtight container in a cool, dark place for up to 2 months.
Heat the oil in a medium saucepan over medium-low. Add the decarboxylated weed and cook, taking care not to let the temperature go over 200°F (93°C), for about 45 minutes. Remove from heat and let sit for 10 minutes before straining over a bowl. Press carefully with a spoon to extract as much oil as possible.
The cannaoil will keep (if covered and refrigerated) for up to 8 weeks and is perfect for any recipe that calls for olive or coconut oil.
Having a little herb during the holidays is a great way to relax with friends and family but please heed this warning: GREEN SICKNESS IS REAL. Be very careful when taking edibles as the effects take 1-2 hours to manifest and can last for the better part of a day or night.
As always, enjoy responsibly.
Like many businesses, the cannabis industry has long been dominated by men. But that is changing, and quickly. Offering a creative approach to not only cannabis growth and products, but also advocacy, tech, education, pain relief, and the culture that surrounds a growing catalogue of cannabis-based uses, items, and ideas, these women founded, owned, and/or operated businesses are redefining what the wide world of cannabis can and will be.
We narrowed down our list to five companies that best represent each facet of the industry. Read on to learn more about the women changing the cannabis game from the inside out.
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CBD for Women
In the world of science, women’s health is often left understudied. Unfortunately, a bias toward male-centered studies still holds true in the budding arena of cannabis research.
While interest in the cannabis plant has grown sharply over the past decade, studies on the ways in which cannabis affects the female body are still a little too scarce for comfort.
For example, many of the articles dedicated to women and cannabis focus on breast cancer and pregnancy.
While these two topics are worthy of attention in every way, few pieces of research have examined the impact of cannabis products for female sexuality and overall sexual health.
In contrast, a number of studies have been conducted on cannabis and testosterone, erectile dysfunction, male sexual health, general penis function, and even anxiety about the sudden disappearance of the penis.
One study in male mice even found that chronic CBD consumption in male mice seemed to reduce sexual desire, decreasing the “number of mounts and ejaculations.”
But, for lady mice? Who knows.
Apart from a 2018 case study citing cannabis-induced spontaneous orgasm, there has been virtually no research on the way the herb impacts the clitoris or other female sex organs.
Further, many of the studies on cannabis for women cater toward the examination of “reproductive function” rather than overall health and satisfaction, sexual or otherwise.
Still, regardless of the lack of scientific investigation into the topic, CBD lubricants and other feminine aids are still marketed to women as pain relievers and overall sexual enhancers.
That isn’t to say that these products don’t work. After all, cannabis has been used as a women’s health tool for centuries.
From easing intense nausea and vomiting experienced during pregnancy to quelling symptoms of menopause, the earliest reported history of hemp preparations for women’s health dates as far back as 2000 B.C.E. in ancient Mesopotamia.
There are also written records of hemp preparations used to ease pain and stimulate contractions in childbearing women in ancient Egypt, as well as in Israel/Palestine.
In Hindu Ayurvedic traditions, the herb was sometimes used as an aphrodisiac and pain-reliever. At least, according to research conducted by Dr. Ethan Russo, a neurologist and medical researcher who has studied the cannabis plant for the last two decades.
While much mystery still shrouds the age-old plant, all of that history must count for something.
Perhaps women who turn to CBD and other cannabis products today are rebirthing some of this ancient wisdom, bringing long-forgotten natural medicines back into daily life.
CBD for Menstruation
With the CBD buzz in full swing, many women are testing out hemp oil as a way to ease symptoms of menstruation.
On paper, CBD oil looks promising.
A natural pain-reliever, anxiolytic, and anti-inflammatory, the cannabis compound seems to have a lot to offer women during their special time of the month.
Unfortunately, no real research on CBD oil for menstruation exists. However, here’s why so many ladies may be testing out hemp oil suppositories and other cannabis products:
During your period, your body releases pro-inflammatory compounds in tissues in the pelvic region. The more inflammation, the more disruptive your period symptoms.
Pain, bloating, pressure, and general malaise are all caused, at least in part, by inflammation during the menstrual cycle.
While no formal research has been done on the ability of CBD to relieve menstrual symptoms, the compound is proving itself to be a strong anti-inflammatory.
Though new products have not been backed by thorough testing, reducing inflammation is one of the primary goals of many of the new cannabis products hitting the market.
Mistakenly associated with the high from the cannabis drug, CBD oil gets a bad rap. Yet the trending oil’s broad range of benefits, success stories and stamp of approval from many in the medical industry are turning its misguided image around.
Looking for a healthy alternative to traditional medicines for her clients and epileptic pup, Sarah Scott founded Austin-based Hemp Doctors USA, which sells American-grown natural oils, tinctures and salves for people, dogs, cats and horses.
Scott, an advocate for hemp-derived CBD products, sat down with Austin Woman to debunk the top myths surrounding CBD oil.
CBD OIL IS NOT DOPE.
So, what exactly is CBD oil? It’s derived from the cannabis plant, but it does not cause the euphoric high often associated with the plant. Instead, CBD oil, which is legal in Texas, is extracted from the hemp plant and is akin to other legal, readily available hemp products such as hemp milk. Most notably, it is said to have anti-inflammatory, antianxiety and antiseizure properties, making it a viable product for an array of medical issues.
“Hemp-derived CBD gets people healthy, not high,” Scott says. “First, CBD is not marijuana. CBD stands for ‘cannabidiol,’ one of more than 120 different cannabinoids found in the cannabis plant. CBD is found in hemp and marijuana. CBD from hemp is non-psychoactive. Hemp has higher amounts of CBD and, as a result, CBD makes up a good portion of hemp genetics.”
The reason some consumers may avoid CBD products is likely due to its sometimes unclear relationship with THC.
“The component responsible for giving users a high is tetrahydrocannabinol, or THC, which is prevalent in marijuana, not hemp,” Scott clarifies. “The sale of full-spectrum hemp-derived products containing less than .3 percent THC is legal in all 50 states.”
“It is important to know that your products were not grown in soils that have lead, arsenic, mercury and other environmental toxins,” Scott says. “When evaluating a full-spectrum hemp-derived product, know where it is grown, make sure it is processed in an FDA-registered facility and utilizes third-party-verified good manufacturing practices.”
When shopping for the product, Scott says to look for “CBD-rich hemp-oil products that encompass the whole plant and are capable of providing the ‘entourage effect,’ ” a term denoting the synergy between cannabis compounds that magnifies the therapeutic benefits.
Scott warns that some CBD-labeled products are not always full spectrum and whole-plant-based.
“Full-spectrum, entourage cannabis extracts are more effective for your wellness,” Scott says.
CBD OIL’S BENEFITS ARE EXPANSIVE AND GROWING.
“What has been most exciting for me is witnessing many of my clients and pets titrating off of pharmaceutical medications either completely or partially,” Scott notes, adding that the oil is beneficial for any number of ailments, including lessening everyday aches and pains, easing anxiety and depression, and reducing the severity of symptoms associated with more acute conditions, like epilepsy, Parkinson’s disease and Alzheimer’s disease.
From acting as an anticonvulsant and anti-inflammatory agent to easing neuropathic pain and even aiding in reducing symptoms of such maladies as Crohn’s disease, CBD oil offers benefits that spread far and wide. However, since most sustainable hemp products are classified as dietary supplements by the FDA, testing on specific claims about its use as a treatment for disease and other health conditions is still underway.
“When applied topically, taken orally or both,” Scott says, “CBD dovetails with the human body’s central regulatory system of receptors responsible for establishing and maintaining human health.”