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Indoor Grow Edibles that don't melt easily?

karlkutta

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I'm enjoying edibles, they are discreet. I have made chocolates but they melt too easily. I am looking for Alternative Options.

I have made cannabutter so any suggestions with that would be easy but I'm open to hearing what folks are doing.

Thanks!
 

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You could do gummies .
I have only made gummies with canna cocooil but cannabutter should be ok aswell.
Check this as an example of using cannabutter
 

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I'm enjoying edibles, they are discreet. I have made chocolates but they melt too easily. I am looking for Alternative Options.

I have made cannabutter so any suggestions with that would be easy but I'm open to hearing what folks are doing.

Thanks!
Hey bud here is my gummy thread. I use rosin, but you can substitute coconut oil. I increased rosin to 2g so I only need 2 gummies so they last longer lol. These are completely stable. I put a few in a zip lock and take to our amusement park and they get soft but don't melt. At room temp they are perfect. I keep in mini fridge for best storage. Any questions let me know.

https://www.autoflower.net/forums/threads/rosin-gummies.69057/
 

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Would this work for infused coconut oil too or only butter?
You could use both, but coconut oil will work better. I dont use it anymore because its misleading. It's not really heart healthy, loaded in saturated fat which is excellent for infusing but horrible for your arteries. That's why I stopped using coconut oil, plus it makes gummies really greasy adds little unwanted flavor too. Sure butter will work also but will add a buttery flavor. I dont want butter tasting gummies lol. I prefer rosin, but different strokes for different folks.
 

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I recently found out about the same chewing gum and was shocked that they can be bought very easily and cheaply. I've heard that CBDs are great for treating back pain and depression, so I decided to take a chance. I was looking for information about cbd oil to add to a VAPE liquid, but came across an article about cbd chewing gums. I was very interested and decided to buy them, but first I read the entire article Koala Puff . I didn't know that CBD had so many useful properties before. I also learned that it, unlike other cannabidiols, is not addictive. As a result, this article was very useful, and I was lucky to come across it ... I ordered these chewing gums a couple of days ago and now I chew them every day after work, and they relax perfectly. So I advise you to try it!
 
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I make a lot of cookies, and they are very convenient.
Any box mix can be used.
Each gram of herb used will supply about 150 mg thc to the finished product.
I've made a lot of cookies that are about 40 mg thc each using a cookie recipe (I use a vegan snickerdoodle recipe) and this procedure.
1. Decarb about 10 g flower @ 240 F for 40 min, or better yet use Ardent Nova/Lift/FX. The herb will lose about 15% of its original weight. Alternatively, 8.5 g un-decarbed flower can be decarbed, and weighing after decarb won't be essential.
2. Grind to fine powder.
3. Combine the recipe oil, 7.5 grams decarbed herb powder and about 7 grams lecithin.
4. Bake mixture @ 220 F for 40 min.
5. Add the mixture to the remaining cookie ingredients, and re-weigh the finished batter for accurate dosing.
6. Divide the mixture weight by 30, then put that much into each cavity of a silicone cookie tray, and bake.

This is my favorite edible, but weighing out the batter to make equal size cookies isn't fun.
 

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"Edibles that don't melt easily?" What about brownies, perhaps the original 'edible?'
 

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I learned that CBD has beneficial properties and if you use its oil, you can feel much better and I recently found out that CBD gummies or oil can be used in chocolate and cake. There are several delicious recipes online and since CBD treats pain and depression, I decided to give it a try. I was surprised by how affordable they are in Massachusetts https://joyorganics.com/pages/buy-cbd-massachusetts . One of the things that I like about CBD products is that it's not addictive and it really makes you feel better throughout the day. I even chew gummies at work and they help me relieve back pain and keep me relaxed throughout the day.
lol, everyone knows that cbd has positive effects on body
 
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