Be careful as just one of these tasty morsels can cause some serious couch-lock.
Be careful with these because once they give you the munchies, you'll want to eat even more of them.
This hearty soup is sure to please anyone who wishes to warm up while medicating! It is extremely potent, so it's best to eat just one serving!
In around just half-an-hour you can whip up this simple, easy to make, yet so delicious stew; so get to it.
Kabocha squash, also known as Japanese pumpkin, is the best choice of pumpkin/squash. The flavor is mild and sweet, and the squash becomes fluffy, dense and starchy when cooked.
Cannabis milk gives great potency and ensures that the texture of this cold soup stays creamy!
Cut chicken into one inch cubes, coat in cornstarch. Heat 1 tbsp oil in a saucepan and stir-fry the chicken until cooked through. To make the sauce, in a separate pan add the cannabis olive oil, black beans, garlic, green onion, wine, salt, sugar and soy sauce and heat on low for about ten minutes.
Just 2 or 3 sprays on the back of your throat results in a nearly instantaneous medicated effect.
Patience is definitely a virtue with the process of making quality Cannabis-infused butter. It will all be worth it once you see the end result however.
Marijuana edibles including pot brownies help millions of people to feel better every day with their THC and other psychoactive cannabinoids.
Did you just harvest a high yield from your precious garden? Well then, make some cannabis tea to relieve your symptoms.
These are one Jolly Rancher that you won't be giving to trick-or-treaters this Halloween.
Kill 2 birds with one stone (no pun intended) with this medicated meal.
The gooey, sweet and danky flavor of these delicious bad boys will have you eating one after another. Just remember that they are medicated. You may want to make some non-medicated treats as well for when your munchies kick in.