Can I put cannabis in tea?

Can I put cannabis in tea?

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  1. Tea is tricky because the constituents you want are fat soluble. I would try:
    Make a very strong oil or butter and mixing it vigorously with the tea.
    Make a tincture and add a few drops right before consuming.

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  2. I recently ran across references online to a powdered form of THC called “Ripple” that claims to be water soluble and comes in pre-measured packets. I’m in a state where it isn’t legal so I have no personal experience and I’m not sure how widely available it is. There are reviews of this product on youtube.

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  3. Sure. Tea is nothing more than “Hot leaf juice”. You can use any herb to make tea.
    Weather or not this is legal in your area is another matter entirely. Plus I hear Cannabis is extremely bitter.

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  4. Can you put cannabis in tea?!? lol Cannabis can be put in ANYTHING that you can eat or drink.
    Now to the tea…….
    There are several ways you can make cannabis tea and in different strengths. You can add a tincture use infused creamer, coconut oil, sugar or honey. Personally I drink my cannabis tea in the morning >the best wake and bake< I like it hot with a little infused honey and infused sugar and cinnamon. ;)

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  5. Can I put cannabis in tea?
    What is your goal?
    Do you want to get high or are you looking for pain relief or other medical uses?
    Sadly, the hot water is not apolar enough to dissolve the cannabinoids in it
    end of story

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  6. It depends on what you mean by this. The active chemicals in cannabis are mostly lipid-soluble, not water-soluble, so trying to brew straight cannabis tea doesn’t work terribly well. However, it’s possible to extract it into butter or another lipid and then add that to tea, or to brew it in whole milk.

    Victor Allen’s

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  7. Either make a tincture. Which you can use alcohol, vinegar or vegetable glycerin. Or infuse cream with the bud. The heavier the better. Just don’t forget to decarboxylate (more important with the tincture than the cream).

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  8. Absolutely. Just get a pure distilled concentrate or a liquid component that dissolves properly in liquid.
    Flower marijuana will do nothing for you if placed in tea. There needs to be a distilling of the concentrate and be in a form that’s conducive to be absorbed by something such as tea (liquid drink).

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