Cannabis Milk

Yet another way to consume weed is by making Canna Milk or also called Marijuana Milk. Check out this easy recipe and have a tea with milk that will really get you high..

Learn how to decarboxylate your weed before cooking with it, for the full psychoactive effect!

Time in Kitchen: 60 minsP0H60M
Number of servings: 4-6
Difficulty level: Easy
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Ingredients

  • 1L of full fat milk*
  • 25g of finely powdered cannabis*
* A good rule of thumb is a joint worth of cannabis for each ¼ liter of milk. The more milk you use, the more cannabis you add proportionally.

 

Directions

  1. Bring your milk to boil and let simmer using the double boiler method, or if you’re brave enough, direct low flame.
  2. Add your cannabis to the milk bit by bit while stirring continuously, until the cannabis is completely covered by the milk.
  3. Simmer and stir occasionally for 30-45 minutes.
  4. You will notice your milk turn a yellowish-green color.
  5. Remove from the flame and strain well with a cheesecloth, making sure to squeeze out every last drop of green milk.
  6. Allow it to cool and serve in shot glasses either warm or chilled.

Note: If you notice skin forming on top of the milk, don’t panic, just make sure to break it up by stirring!


 
Time in Kitchen: 60 minsP0H60M
Number of servings: 4-6
Difficulty level: Easy
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Views: 426,042
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  • Contains marijuana
  • Vegetarian
  • Low Carb
  • Gluten-free
  • Wheat-free
  • Healthy Option




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DC CannaBliss 02.07.2015
THC is alcohol and fat soluble. That said the higher the fat content of your milk the more THC from the plant matter will be in your Cannamilk. I would also NOT boil the milk but rather keep it at a nice simmer at about 160-170 degrees F. Then strain using cheesecloth and a ricer. Once you have strained your milk with the cloth place the cloth and plant matter in the ricer for a nice squeeze to get every drop you can out.

noliebear 22.04.2015
Would it be possible to use Almond milk for this recipe? I'm a vegan so I would like to use this recipe but don't drink milk.

marley fan420 18.04.2015
i just LOVE all you guys!!!! i was deported in 2008 for Marijuana possession on 3 different times in AZ, My dear sister (like alot of people in the US at that time) was and still is against Marijuana in anyway, her now 20 yr old son is a smoker :) and that must suck for her, anyway i was sent to El Salvador where i am currently residing and watching how the legalization of Cannabis unfolds, i suffer from epilepsy and Marijuana is the only medication that has helped with that, I am extremely happy to see how Marijuana is being accepted by more and more people, Blessings Jah Live

Balden 11.04.2015
Simple adjustment to the recipe to help with success and keep things simple. Put weed and milk into a mason jar, close the jar, float the jar in the pot of boiling water.
This gets the milk weed mix hot enough, but it wont boil it, so no skins form, no curdling, ect... Then after it cools its easy to strain as you pour it out of the jar.

walter white32 10.04.2015
what is good source to use for straining? Where can I buy one as well

Hashashin 06.04.2015
I have fine-tuned my own recipe for Canna Milk - ONLY DO THIS IF YOU HAVE A VITAMIX BLENDER!!!
My canna milk recipe ALWAYS works, gives an amazing effect, and right now, 30 mins into my cup of hot chocolate with canna milk, I am starting to float dramatically! LOL!
I used 2.5 grams of grinded up buds using a usual grinder. I decarbed the grinded plant material in my fan oven on 230f (110c) for 30 minutes exactly. After warming the milk (just over 1 cup) in my crock pot on LOW, I added the decarbed plant material. I then added a little over a tablespoon of melted coconut oil. Next, I got a hand blender and blended the mixture to further grind the plant material. I let it sit in the crock pot with no lid over-night for 7 hours on LOW setting. I then poured the mixture WITH THE PLANT MATERIAL STILL IN IT into my VITAMIX blender, and blended the mixture for a little bit. The VITAMIX blends the mixture into a complete liquid texture that is very easily absorbed by the body, so whilst the plant material is still in there, it is completely unnoticeable once blended. I believe this is the best way to FULLY utilize all that plant material, without wasting a drop of medicated milk behind.
I like to mix a chunk of Raw Cacao and some Stevia to sweeten it up whilst I blend my mixture. You can use regular hot chocolate and sugar if you want!
This gets you ABSOLUTELY medicated, on such a nice level. I really believe using the VITAMIX is a huge added benefit, as I have just been using it recently and it produces much better effects.

FatBoy77 08.03.2015
I will try this.

bakedpotatoe420 04.03.2015
oh and one more tip, if it's your first time or your last attempts didn't work out, don't use want you can't afford to lose until yyou get it right.

bakedpotatoe420 04.03.2015
hello world, I just tried this recipe with 4 grams of stems and a half of a g of blue dream for good measure. I used one cup of milk and added a bit of butter for creamyness and fat. I brought to a boil, then immediately down to a simmer for an hour covered but only removed to stir. stir a lot, about every min, to keep the milk proteins from curdling, aka denaturing. I had to add a splash of milk every so often, because I ground the stems a bit too fine and it was thickening up. added to coffee and now I wait. a few things I would do next time to make life easier.
1. invest in reusable tea infusers to avoid having to strain as much and maximize yield.
2. DO NOT GRIND TOO FINE. I REPEAT DO NOT GRIND TO FINE!! otherwise it will be near impossible to strain unless you dilute it, which I didn't want to do so I just had to bear a slightly unpleasant plant material texture.
3. make in a bigger batch to compensate for evaporation and still have enough for multiple servings.
4. buy a candy thermometer to better monitor temperature.
but you can't learn if you don't try. fingers Crossed everyone, but I won't be too upset if it didn't work. I used stems I have been saving and bud that I can afford to lose if it screwed it up. I still have more so there's that. happy cooking everyone, and safe travels into orbit haha.👍✌
p.s. excuse the poor grammar I'm on my phone and my keyboard is messed up so I just try to make it short-ish. and if anyone has any tips please share! I'll report my results soon

Bushcha 02.03.2015
What about crockpot?? Any ideas on time, etc or if it would work?

Megaman4200 01.03.2015
So can you use 2% milk for this recipe?

Megaman4200 01.03.2015
So can you use 2% milk for this recipe?

tenfour 08.01.2015
Heating the Milk and the herb will Decarb it just fine. Might be smartes to do this in a double broiler though.

werstheweedat 06.01.2015
Hey everyone happy burning.... quick question... do i have to decarb the bud before putting it in the milk???

paulee 30.12.2014
Hi I usually make canna butter but when I was out shopping saw some hemp milk. Do you think it would work? Going to try it tomorrow for Christmas cake with half o of stalk and 1-2g of bud on 350ml of hemp milk .and also does the milk evaporate? Thanks for any help

Modrox 02.11.2014
Terrible idea. Dont use Vitamin D milk. It just curdled.

Modrox 02.11.2014
Trying this with Vitamin D milk tonight. Only like 4 grams of some ground up stems and a little bud. Should be enough to relax me.

Flakaa 27.10.2014
Does this recipe smell? Lol also how much bud do I need to Buy to make just a cup of milk?

Starflower 22.09.2014
What temperature would you recommend simmering this at?

hellfire81or84 14.09.2014
@ThaaGirraSaurus, there is definitely a smell! Smells great, but smells like buds for sure. What I am wondering is if I need to decarboxylate (?) the bud first since it is boiled with the milk and then simmered for an go r. Thanks, and keep cooking!

slanty_eyes 14.09.2014
mrs.spacley its one cup of milk per 3.5 grams of weed so i dont think that it would get you stonned

MissLilyMae 28.08.2014
Does anyone think I could use Heavy Whipping Cream to make this and then use that to make frosting? (:

mrs.spacely 20.08.2014
so if i do 4 grams with 4 cups of milk how long would i let it simmer?

mrs.spacely 20.08.2014
so a gram per cup of milk is a good a rule right?

highgirlSA 03.08.2014
@Blu - how much for the "Kei milk"? And do you have a contact number of someone whom I can get hold off?


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