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Hemp Mint Pesto

March 23, 2017



  • 6 Tbsp Hemp Herb
  • 2 Tbsp pine nuts
  • 2 Tbsp Olive Oil
  • 2 Tbsp Hemp Oil
  • Bunch of Mint
  • Garlic Clove


Originally this was a hemp only recipe, but feel free to give it more medicinal value and change oil in that recipe for cannabis infused oil. For this recipe I use dry hemp leaves like normally I use for brewing a tea, they  are very intense and strong in flavor, doesn't get you high but does get you healthy.

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By Pauline.

These are great snacks, perfect for pairing paring  with any dips, pesto or hummus. You can keep them in airtight container  for at least one week.


  • Wheat flour: 80 g (1/2 cup)
  • Flour: 160 g (1 1/8 cup)
  • Honey: 1 tsp
  • Warm water: 160 ml (2/3 cup)
  • Yeast: 7 g (1 packet of dry yeast)
  • Canna olive oil: 4 Tbsp
  • Salt: 1 tsp
  • Hemp seeds: 4 Tbsp
  • Sesame seeds: 2 Tbsp


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Good memories of active lives are what many a senior can boast.  But physical activity catches up to us and the wear and tear on our joints is a major draw-back to this aging thing!  We ache when move, we ache when we don't move.  And the pills they prescribe only do so much.  When the side effects from the ineffective medication starts getting old, many people look to other ways to kill the pain.

At least that was the case with Barb and Jim, two lovebirds in their mid-70's living their golden years in their homestead out in the country.

"Well, says Jim, they put us out to pasture and we got bored y'see.  But every time we made plans to DO anythin' we'd spend more time sitting and resting than actually doing! We knew we had to find something new.  The cane helps but y'know..." shrugged Jim almost whispering in his slight Irish brogue.

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There are several ways to make marijuana infusions, but it is highly recommend to decarboxylate your herb material first, without decarboxylation, it won’t have the same effects and less THC in the final product.

Cannabis-infused butter or oil is one of the simplest and most common ways to make medicated foods. Making infused butter properly has a few steps and can be a little bit tricky. The entire process usually take a few hours, some recipes require even 24 hours if you using a slow-cooker, but once you have a batch of cannabutter, you’ll be able to make any marijuana-infused food within minutes and enjoy your dose of medicine the way you like. You need to remember to pick your strain carefully, because each strain can gives you different experiences and final effects. Each strain has different THC/CBD compound which can be used for various medical purpose.

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Double down on the chocolate I say! Because there’s never enough, right? This IBD friendly recipe has less sugar and fat than the original version. The extra chocolate helps to disguise the marijuana flavor and is one of my favorites. On top are some gold sprinkles, because these cookies are special!

There are two phases to cannabis conversion:


  • ‘Dry Cure’ use dry clean ‘shake’ or bud.
  • Start by removing the large sticks, grind it up and sift before curing.
  • Then put the ‘shake flour’ into a sealed Crock-Pot on low, for about 1 hour, or place in an oven at 150 degrees for 15 minutes.
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(Before you order your Magical Butter here. Reach out to us first here for a discount)

If you are even toying with the idea of starting to bake or cook with Cannabis-infused butter or oil, stop what you’re doing right now and order a Magical Butter Machine.  You won’t regret it, not even for a second. 

I recall asking my “guy” (read: my WEED guy) YEARS ago about making butter.  He was super secretive about it and said he couldn’t give me a recipe or directions.  Mind you, he was recognized legally by the state of California to sell marijuana to those with a medical card.  I had such a card, and yet still, he wasn’t willing to even give little newbie me a rough blueprint to how to bake with the stuff.  

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My Edible Journey

February 24, 2017


Through a combination of life experiences, I have gained insight and inspiration which has made it possible for me to share recipes with you in this cookbook.  I was always a writer and as a young adult I was published a couple of times in various magazines, but it wasn’t until I discovered a deep passion and dedication for a subject that I truly became immersed in writing. Currently, I am writing content for several websites on the subject of Marijuana.

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  • 1⁄2 cup Cannabutter, softened
  • 1/3 cup regular sugar
  • 1/3 cup brown sugar 1⁄2 tsp vanilla extract
  • 1 large egg 1 cup + 2 Tbsp Gluten Free flour
  • 1/2 tsp baking soda Pinch of salt Your favorite chocolate chips


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This cannabis cookie recipe is a favourite around my house.  It's got everything and the kitchen sink, so the saying goes.  Giving it so much flavour, helps the cannabis to taste good also.  Best to eat one while it is still warm!  This dough freezes well, up to 6 months. 

There are two phases to cannabis conversion: 

1)     ‘Dry Cure’ use dry clean ‘shake’ or bud. Start by removing the large sticks, grind it up and sift before curing.  Then put the ‘shake flour’ into a sealed Crock-Pot on low, for about an 1 hour.  Or place in an oven at 150 degrees for 15 minutes. 

2)     Converting the ‘shake flour’ into a useful ingredient such as fat (butter or oil), alcohol tincture, or even glycerin. 

Classic’ Butter Method: Put your ‘cured’ shake flour into a pot with the butter.  Simmer on low for 30 minutes approximately...

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To me, Christmas is the smell of warm molasses and cinnamon coming from the kitchen. I didn't stop at baking just the cookie either, I made these extra festive by dipping them in chocolate and adding some candy cane sprinkles. This was a combination of recipes by Better Homes & Gardens and Cooking Classy. The cannabis taste is well masked with this recipe, one of my best yet. Maybe Santa wants to enjoy some edibles this holiday too!

To make Canna-butter put the 'cured' marijuana flour into a crockpot (or stove top)...

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