It's great to see that you're interested in edible cannabis, and it's a very good start!
Here are some tips (many are also elaborated in the Sticky CannaPharm Recipes that discuss canna and chocolate hash.
The temperatures in the recipe that you found, are way, PATH too high to properly infuse the glandular material of cannabis with oil … if you're vaporizing your THC (and some of your other low-flash point cannabinoids) will not bind to the oil properly, because they are trying to escape … THC has a flash point of 300.2F
Even at temperatures just below the vaporization of its most volatile cannabinoids, half an hour is not long enough to create a bioavailable solution …
Simply by removing glandular material from inert plant material, and actually creating A solution that your body can absorb., as easily as possible, there are two very different things!
And finally, in regards to the canna oil itself, the first step was completely omitted:
Pre-activation or decarboxylation, it is not even mentioned or performed!
This is the step that turns your THCA & # 39; inactive & # 39 ;, into the THC we know and love so well. Keep in mind that this takes around 20 to 35 minutes in a "dry" environment, and even longer once immersed in oil …
Just to be clear, before I move on, I'm do not Say that nothing less than perfect & # 39; It does not work at all!
When you jump steps and cut corners, you probably "feel something", but it is far from the effects that the material could have given you!
That's why we have so much dose discrepancy and so many failed edible stories … processing is important!
It is important for recreational users, and especially for patients who can not lose their grass, to understand that if they cut as well many corners of their methods, they could be potentially wasting from half their potency to several days value of edible medicines, for a single functional or mediocre dose …
Groceries can be much, much more powerful than smoking the same material, but only with the correct processing!
Start cutting the corners and you will have to start multiplying the amount of canna required for each dose!
At Sticky CannaPharm, you will find several recipes and posts for various forms of chocolate canna – hash chocolate bars – truffles and ganache – Y chocolate coatings, with properly made oil, as seen below.
The recipes discuss the use of everything from pre-made chocolate bars to making chocolate with canna from scratch using cocoa, sugar, cocoa butter, milk and vanilla, oil selection.
They also review if you want to have an ideal source of oil for absorption, such as coconut oil used in many chocolate recipes today, or if a "pure" or "sweet" (instead of "measurable"), traditional The chocolate bar made with cocoa butter, with the only adulterating ingredient is hashish, is the goal.
The tutorials also analyze the light and proper conching, and the tempering of your chocolate to achieve the perfect texture, so it will be configured correctly and how to add milk so that it does not ruin the consistency of your chocolate, which is very easy to do if Incorrect milk (particularly liquid, instead of dehydrated) is added at the wrong time!
Some of the elements of the herb and chocolate hashish have been used in the & # 39; Pharm …
It is in both sets of wrapped brownies, in chopped chocolate bars, in pieces in the middle of the truffles, and in the coating of the "Canna Bombs".
Anyway, good luck, and have fun with your Canna Chocolate!