Canna Butter (“cannabis butter”) is an often-used vehicle for blending cannabis into brownies, cookies, candies, beverages, and other baked goods, resulting in a tasty, potent edible. But making cannabis butter isn’t easy, and the smell it leaves behind can linger in your kitchen for days.
Is Canna Butter Healthy?
Cannabutter also contains anti-nausea properties. It can provide almost instant relief for those suffering from nausea and vomiting. A key health benefit of cannabis butter is its potential to regulate bodily functions. So, it includes your sleep cycle and metabolism.
How Long Does Cannabis Butter Ghee Last?
Once infused, pot butter lasts only a few weeks in the refrigerator; I wouldn’t feel safe cooking or eating it after a month. However, if you store that pot of butter in something airtight and throw it in the freezer, it should last about six months.
Transfer your concentrate using a dabber or other kitchen utensils to the hot butter or oil. You can also lightly heat the pan with a lighter or torch to melt the concentrate in the saucepan.
Gently stir the blend to ensure your concentrates are quickly distributed into the warm butter.
On the stove, fill the saucepan with vegetable oil and increase the temperature to 250°F. But no more than 275°F using your thermometer.
Place the wax in a glass beaker and use tongs to submerge the beaker 1/2 inch deep in oil.
Melt the two sticks of butter and pour them into a beaker with wax.