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Cannabis Corn Syrup Recipe for How To Make Pot Candy

Cannabis Corn Syrup for Pot Candy or Cannabis Candy made with medical marijuana.

Cannabis Corn Syrup Recipe for How To Make Pot Candy

Cannabis Corn Syrup is used to make Cannabis Candy or marijuana Candy.
Cannabis Candy is a tasty way to consume medical marijuana.
“Pot Candy,” as it used to be called, is better for patients
who find edible medical marijuana products easier to absorb.

Are there edible cannabis products at a medical marijuana dispensary near me? YES!
See our Medical Marijuana Dispensary Map for a complete list of
Medical Marijuana Dispensaries and Medical Marijuana Doctors.

There are LOTS of Medical Marijuana Recipes on the web.
Our Medical Marijuana Recipes are the EASIEST ONES!

Cannabis Corn Syrup Ingredients for How To Make Pot Candy:

  • 3 cups Light Corn Syrup
  • 1 ounce Cannabis, finely ground
  • large saucepan (crock pot will do)
  • 1 spoon
  • 2 pieces of cheesecloth
  • Food container with lid
  • Elastic band (for the rim of the container)
  • Time: 4 hours

Cannabis Corn Syrup Directions (to Make Pot Candy):

  1. Pour the Light Corn Syrup in the pan and warm on low/medium heat.
  2. Heat up the syrup, but DO NOT BOIL IT!
  3. Add the cannabis to the pan.
  4. Soak the cannabis for at least 4 hours, stirring frequently. DO NOT LET IT BOIL!
  5. Use the rubber band to secure the 2 sheets of the cheesecloth over the lid of the container.
    Turn heat off on the stove and let mixture cool a bit.
  6. Strain out all the cannabis, or marijuana, from the Cannabis Corn Syrup by pouring it
    over the top of the cheesecloth, SLOWLY, into the container. Repeat this step as necessary.
  7. Cool the Cannabis Corn Syrup and store in an airtight container, in a cool, dark place.CANNABIS CORN SYRUP RECIPEsubmitted by Lynn JulianGOT RECIPES?Send us your MARIJUANA RECIPIES & PHOTOS!
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Cannabis Corn Syrup Recipe for How To Make Marijuana Candy. Cannabis Candy, or Weed Candy, is a tasty way to consume medical marijuana.

Canna-Simple Syrup

Canna-cocktails, infused with a simple syrup, are a cooling and delicious choice for a wonderful springtime high – sans alcohol.

The strain is up to you, but we found J1 is a good choice. The simple syrup recipe makes about 24 reasonable doses, but of course the dosing depends on the potency that you desire. Go slow, you have all the time in the world.

Canna-Simple Syrup

Course Drinks, Infusion

Ingredients

  • 3 cups water
  • 4 grams cannabis chopped fine
  • 3 cups granulated sugar
  • 3 tbsp vegetable glycerin

Instructions

Bring the water to a low boil.

Slowly add the cannabis, stirring frequently.

Next, add the sugar, stirring to dissolve.

Cook for 20 minutes, covered, not allowing the mixture to boil too vigorously.

Remove cover and add glycerin.

Continue cooking, gentle bubbles, for 7-8 minutes, stirring constantly. The mixture will thicken.

Allow the syrup to cool and transfer to a measuring cup with a spout. (Less spills!)

Strain the syrup through a small strainer and cheesecloth. Best kept in the fridge.

Recipe Notes

Originally published in issue 16 of Cannabis Now.

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Canna-Simple Syrup Canna-cocktails, infused with a simple syrup, are a cooling and delicious choice for a wonderful springtime high – sans alcohol. The strain is up to you, but we found J1 is