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How To Make Your Own CBD-Infused Oil

Cooking and baking with CBD-infused oil is becoming an increasingly popular trend because of its many benefits. CBD oil can be added into both sweet and savory dishes like cookies, brownies, or even salads – making it a versatile go-to in your pantry. 

CBD offers a lot of benefits that can range from stabilizing mood, alleviating pain and cancer-related symptoms, and even helping regulate sleep patterns. Many people are becoming aware of the advantages of CBD but not sure how they can incorporate it into their life. Well here’s some good news, adding CBD oil to your food is a great way.

THC vs CBD Oil: What’s the Difference?

There’s one main difference between CBD and THC oil. CBD-infused oil doesn’t get you high the way THC oil would, but still delivers healing properties such as pain relief, anxiety and lower high blood pressure

Because CBD is not psychoactive, it’s a great option for anyone who wants to experience the health benefits of cannabis without the mind-altering effects that come with THC. 

While CBD oil can be purchased at your local dispensary, some may opt to make their own at home.  Making your own CBD oil gives you the freedom to customize flavour while controlling the potency.

What Are the Benefits of Making CBD Oil at Home?

Making your own cannabis-infused oil allows you to control the type of oil you would like to use as a carrier. Depending on your taste, you may want to use avocado oil, coconut, sunflower or olive oil as your base.

Making your own CBD cooking oil gives you control over the quality of products while managing the potency of the CBD in the oil.

What Kind of Dishes Can I Make With CBD Oil?

Different kinds of recipes call for certain types of oil. For instance, salads and savory dishes would pair well with olive, avocado and coconut oil. If you’re baking, vegetable oil or canola oil can be used in place of butter. Whichever base you choose, CBD-infused oil is a great way to add an extra touch when you’re whipping up your favourite recipes.

Making Your Own CBD-Infused Oil: The Recipe

Step 1: Decarb Your Cannabis

Before you make CBD cooking oil, you need to decarb your CBD-rich cannabis flower. If you are not sure which bud you should choose, check out our Pure Sun CBD favourite

Decarbing your flower will allow the heat to activate the cannabinoids (CBD in this case) within the plant, so you can get the full benefits and feel the CBD effects, like anxiety relief


You’ll only need four things to decarb your cannabis:

  1. Baking tray
  2. Parchment Paper 
  3. Aluminum Foil
  4. Oven


It’s always best to get as high quality of cannabis as you can, ask our local bud tender and let them know what you’re making at home. They can steer you toward a strain or brand that is best suited for you.


  1. Preheat your oven to 220℉/104°C.
  2. While the oven is preheating, grind the cannabis. Preferably, use the bud of the flower as it’s more potent. 
  3. Spread the cannabis evenly on the baking tray lined with parchment paper. Cover the tray with aluminum foil and put it in the oven for 45 minutes at 220℉ to decarboxylate. 
  4. Gently shake the buds every 10 minutes to make sure they are baked evenly. Please note that fresh cannabis may bake up to an hour.

Step 2: Infusing Oil with CBD

Cannabis OIl

Now that you have decarbed the cannabis, you can get started on making your CBD-infused cooking oil. 

Keep in mind that coconut oil and sunflower oil are good for sweet dishes, and olive oil and avocado oils are good for savoury dishes.

All you need is:


  1. Strainer
  2. Cheese cloth
  3. Baking paper
  4. Double boiler


  • 1 cup of coconut oil
  • 5 grams of decarbed CBD-flower


  1. Wrap the ground cannabis with a cheesecloth and tie it together. 
  2. Add both the cannabis and coconut oil (or whichever type you’re using) into a double-boiler, slow cooker, or saucepan. 
    1. If using a double-cooker: Cook for 6-8 hours on low heat while stirring it occasionally. 
    2. If using a saucepan: Cook for 3 hours on low heat while stirring it frequently to avoid scorching. 
    3. If using a slow cooker: Cook for 4-6 hours on low heat. You should note that the oil’s temperature should not be more than 220℉/104°C. To avoid burning, you can also add a little bit of water to the mixture.
  3. When the oil is finished cooking, let it cool. Once cooled, strain it with a cheesecloth. Do not squeeze if you are using a cheesecloth because that’ll add more unnecessary chlorophyll to the oil. 
  4. And voila! You can store your CBD-oil in a cool place for up to two months, or 6 months if you keep it in the fridge.

It’s important to note this process requires a lot of patience and time in order to achieve the best results possible. With anything, experience with different oils to achieve unique flavours. The sky’s the limit in dishes and recipes you can your CBD oil to.

How To Dose CBD Oil

There are a number of things to consider when deciding how much CBD oil you should consume. Consider things like: 

  • Your body weight
  • Your body chemistry
  • The concentration of the CBD in your oil
  • What results you’re hoping to achieve 

We recommend you start off slow and only increase the dosage after waiting a couple of hours. Keep in mind that you can either increase or decrease the dosage depending on what your desired effect is.

You can also get your dosage calculated here – all you need to do is answer a few questions.

Cooking With CBD Oil

Bon Appetit!

With CBD-infused oil, you can say goodbye to dull moments in the kitchen.  If you want to get the best CBD flower for your CBD oil, make sure to visit us and explore our collection.

At Leaf Lab, your experience is our top priority. Whether it’s through our dispensary locations or our online store, you can count on us to provide excellent service and quality products. Get in touch with us on 416-488-8239 or email us at

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How To Make Cannabutter: A Beginners Guide

If you’re a fan of cannabis but not into smoking, cannabutter is a great way to incorporate it into your lifestyle through your diet. Cooking with cannabis is fantastic for beginners and connoisseurs alike to gain access to all the benefits it brings. 

Cannabutter is simply cannabis mixed with butter. You can treat cannabutter as a substitute for regular butter, which means the variety of ways you can use it are endless. You can spread it over a piece of warm toast or use it to make weed brownies or cannabis cupcakes. It can even make a great gift for newbies and non-smokers.

Making cannabutter in the comfort of your home is easy. It takes just two ingredients, a little bit of time and a step-by-step recipe to follow. 

Thankfully, we got you covered with that last part.

Cannabutter Recipe

What You’ll Need:

Before you get started on making your cannabutter, you will need to get a couple of things together first.

  1. 8 -10 grams of THC or CBD flower 
  2. 1 stick of butter (at least 228 grams)
  3. A cup of water
  4. Aluminium foil
  5. Baking tray
  6. Grinder
  7. Jar for storage
  8. Cheesecloth

Now that you have your ingredients and equipment, we can dive right into the recipe.

Cannabutter: Step by Step Guide

Step 1: Decarboxylate Your Flower

Decarbing is an essential step in your cannabutter journey, as heating your buds will allow you to activate the cannabinoids (THC or CBD) in the flower so that you can reap the full benefits.

  1. Preheat your oven to 240°F (115°C). Meanwhile, lay a piece of aluminium foil on the baking tray. Crumple it a little, to conduct the heat better.
  2. Grind your cannabis to ensure it bakes evenly. Do not grind it too fine, as it may burn easier.
  3. Spread the cannabis over the foil, place another foil on top, and put it in the oven for 45 minutes. Place the oven rack in the middle to bake evenly. 
  4. Let it cool for 30 minutes, and after that, your decarbed cannabis is ready for use.  You can now move on to step 2.

Step 2: Mix Your Butter and Cannabis 

  1. Place a medium pot or saucepan on low heat, add butter and water. Water keeps the temperature down and helps prevent the butter from burning.
  2. As soon as the butter melts, mix the decarboxylated cannabis with a wooden spoon and cover it with a lid.
  3. Let the mixture gently simmer for 4 hours. Stir every half hour to make sure your butter isn’t burning. If you have a thermometer, check to ensure the temperature doesn’t reach above 180°C.

Step 3: Strain the Cannabutter

Straining Your Cannabutter
  1. After your cannabutter is ready, strain it into a container with cheesecloth supported by a metal strainer. Use a rubber band to keep it in place while you strain. If you don’t have a cheesecloth, you can also use a coffee filter. 
  2. It is important to give it enough time to drain. Then, once the straining process is complete, you can dispose of any residue.
  3. Leave the butter to cool at room temperature. After at least 30 mins, the butter will solidify, and you will see the layer of water you added at step two. Gently pour out the water, and your butter is ready for use.

How Can You Store Your Cannabutter?

Cannabutter Storage

Storing your cannabutter is an important step so it stays fresh. Any product that contains THC or CBD can lose potency over time if not stored correctly. 

The best way to store cannabutter is in a jar or airtight glass container and kept in the refrigerator. It will last for about two weeks in the refrigerator.

If you don’t use up all of your cannabutter in that time, you can freeze it for up to 6 months. 

Just make sure before you use your cannabutter, you smell it and observe the colour. A light yellow or brown are the perfect colour. Your cannabutter may even turn dark brown, but it is still good to use.

How Do You Dose?

It’s a good idea to start slow if you’re new to cannabis or have a low THC tolerance. Start with a small portion and wait at least two hours to feel the full effects of the cannabis before you take another bite.

THC Calculator

We also suggest using the edibles dosage calculator to dose your cannabutter or other homemade cannabis-infused recipes before you consume them. 

The calculator will give you an accurate estimate of the potency of your cannabutter. 

Here’s a Tip!

One of the most essential things that can make or break your cannabutter is the type of flower you use. We recommend using good-quality strains to get the full flavour and the desired effects. 

Depending on your desired outcome, you may want to select a high CBD strain for milder and relaxing effects or choose a higher THC strain for a more euphoric effect. At Leaf Lab, we offer a variety of cannabis strains suited for any occasion – from Sativa, Indica to Hybrid. And while you’re picking out quality strains, don’t forget to buy the best butter you can find!

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How to Make Weed Brownies: The Basics

Welcome to the world of weed brownies! You’ve seen them in movies, probably heard a funny story about them from one of your friends, but have you ever actually tried to make them? 

Weed brownies are the most notorious cannabis-infused baked food, but why? They are the king of cannabis confectionery for a good reason. This cannabis treat is easy to make, delicious to eat and can be enjoyed in the comfort of your home or even given as a gift. But what else makes them so appealing?

What Are the Benefits of Edibles? 

Edibles have quickly risen to the top of the favourite list for many. Not only are they delicious and easy to consume, but edibles also affect the body differently from smoking or vaping cannabis. 

This is because THC is absorbed through the stomach and takes more time for your metabolism to process, so the effects are slower to take hold but result in a more potent experience. 

Edibles can come in CBD formats, which can provide the anxiety-relieving benefits of cannabis without the high. 

So why would you opt for an edible when lighting up a pre-roll seems more straightforward, and the effects kick in quicker? Well, for one, when you smoke a joint, the smell is very noticeable. But when you chow down edibles (like weed brownies), you can discreetly consume cannabis anywhere, anytime. 

It’s also an excellent alternative for those who prefer not to smoke or look for longer-lasting effects. 

How Do I Make Weed Brownies?

1. Choose Your Cannabis

We all know the secret ingredient in “special” brownies is cannabis.

You can add the cannabis flower right into the batter, but it might not yield as delicious of a dessert. There are a few tips and tricks for baking tasty cannabis-infused brownies.

Cannabis Oil

This is another popular infuser, which can be either made at home or bought from a store. You can either opt for a THC oil or CBD oil, depending on the effects you want to experience. 

Cannabis oil is interchangeable with regular oil in any weed brownie recipe and can act as a vegan or lactose-free substitute for cannabutter. 

The recipe below will be using cannabis oil, so make sure to have some on hand!


Cannabutter is one of the most common ways to infuse an edible, especially when it comes to baked goods. This combination of cannabis and butter serves as a substitute for traditional butter, meaning that you could even turn your Grandma’s sacred brownies recipe into a weed brownies recipe if you want. 

If you don’t have it already premade, you can find how to make cannabutter right here

Cannabis Sugar

If you have a sweet tooth, want to make your own infuser but don’t have the patience to stand next to your stove for hours, cannabis sugar is your go-to. 

It’s incredibly easy to make. You simply need cannabis tincture and any type of sugar. After you mix those, let the sugar rest for 48 hours, and voila – it’s ready to be used. 

Fair warning – this will make your batch ultrastrong.   

Decarbed Flower 

Remember how we said you couldn’t throw some flower into the brownie mix? Well, that’s not entirely true. You could if you decarb your cannabis first. 

The most common way you decarb is by lighting it on fire (joints) or vaporizing it. But for cannabis that you plan to use in baking, you need to harness the power of the plant in your oven by baking it. 

This is because compounds in cannabis (like THC and CBD), need heat to convert to the magical herb of relaxation in a process called decarboxylation.

If you’re using just cannabis flower, it’s essential to focus on the quality of the strain. Leaf Lab has a variety of top-notch strains that you can use, like Early Lemon Berry or Blue Dream. 


You could also use cannabis concentrates as an infuser for your brownies, especially if you want to make them more potent. Any type of concentrate would work from CO2 Oil to shatter – just keep in mind that you might have to decarb them first if needed.  

If you’re curious about which type of concentrate you should use, you can read more about them here

Remember that choosing between infusion methods is a personal preference, and you can use these infusers interchangeably in most edible recipes. 

  2. Calculate Your Dosage

Now that you have your infuser think of the dose. Just like adding chili to a dish to make it spicy, you don’t want to make it too spicy, so you better dose your brownies accordingly. 

If you’re new to cannabis, we recommend starting with a small dose and then increasing gradually. Knowing exactly how many milligrams of THC and CBD content is in your brownie makes it easier to know how it will make you feel, but this may be a little hard when you’re baking on your own. 

You could refer to the flower’s packaging label that states the levels of THC and CBD to dose accordingly.

 If math isn’t your thing, there are many THC calculators online which could make this step a breeze. 

Now that we have our dosage, let’s get baking. We will use half a cup of cannabutter for this simple recipe. 

3. Bake Some Brownies! 

Fun Fact: You can customize this recipe to suit your taste.

Gather Your Baking Ingredients

You will need: 

  • ⅔ cups cannabis oil  
  • 2 cups sugar 
  • 4 eggs
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 1 teaspoon baking powder
  • ⅓ cup cocoa powder
  • ¼ teaspoon salt
  • 1 ½ cup of flour (or almond flour)

After gathering the ingredients, you can start the baking process:

Step 1: Preheat the oven to 350° F or 180° C. Meanwhile, beat eggs on low speed. 

Step 2: Mix in the cannabis oil and sugar until well blended. After the mixture is uniform, add vanilla.

Step 3: Mix flour, salt, cocoa, and baking powder in a separate bowl.

Step 4: Stir dry ingredients into the butter and sugar mixture.

Step 5: After combining everything well, pour into a greased 9 x 9 oven-safe square pan.

Step 6: Bake for 20 minutes or until the sides just start to pull away from the pan. You can use a toothpick to check whether the brownies are fully baked before removing them from the oven. 

Step 7: Let them cool completely before cutting.

Step 8: Sink your teeth into your weed brownie. You deserve it after all your hard work.

How Do I Store Weed Brownies?


As with regular brownies, you want to ensure that your weed brownies are stored in an airtight container to keep them fresh and potent for as long as possible. 

You can keep them for four days in the pantry or up to two weeks in the fridge.

Can You Freeze Weed Brownies?

Unless you’re making weed brownies to share with friends, you will probably not want to, nor should you eat an entire batch alone at once. 

The good news is that you can freeze weed brownies and enjoy them at a later date without going through all the hassle of baking a new batch. Instead, simply wrap them in plastic wrap or aluminum foil, then slide them into a labeled freezer bag.

Some people report that the taste and potency can intensify after the brownies have been frozen, so look out for that! 

Get Baking!

When it comes to baking with cannabis, you can’t just throw some weed into a bowl of brownie batter and hope to sink your teeth in tasty goodness. Instead, you have to pick the right strain, put in the work to get the best tasting weed brownies you’ve ever tried!  

We hope this article has given you some ideas on where to start when it comes to making weed brownies. Now get cooking!

Are you still looking for that perfect strain for your batch? Leaf Lab has a wide range of strains to choose from, whether you’re a beginner or an experienced user. Depending on the type of experience you’re looking for, our staff members can guide you. 

You can purchase your preferred strains online or visit our store at 1961 Avenue Road in North York. For your convenience, orders above $50 can be delivered the same day if you’re within 10km from the store.

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DIY Holiday Edition: Cannabis-Infused Cookies

The holidays are finally here, and with everyone in the kitchen this week whipping up Holiday cookies, what about kicking it up a notch with a batch of cannabis cookies?

Whether you’re planning a non-traditional holiday party or enjoying some quiet time at home, these cookies are sure to get you in the spirit. Best of all, they’re easy to make and don’t require granny’s specialty baking skills.  

In honour of the season, we’re sharing some holiday-inspired cannabis cookie recipes even a novice baker can handle. These recipes require cannabutter, so before we jump into making the cookies, let’s make some cannabutter first.

First Things First: How to Make Cannabutter

Cannabis butter, also known as “cannabutter,” is a marijuana-infused butter that you can add to recipes as a substitute for regular butter. This is a creative way to amp up any of your recipes, especially during the holiday season.  

TIP: Play around with the type of cannabis to change the effect. For higher potency in each bite, look for marijuana that has 20% THC or higher. You can opt for a strain with a balanced CBD-THC ratio, or look for a higher CBD ratio for a more calming and non-psychoactive effect. 

Here’s an easy recipe to make cannabutter:

  1. Decarb the cannabis: Preheat your oven to 245ºF. While it’s preheating, place your grinded cannabis on an oven-safe tray covered with parchment paper to prevent sticking. Place the tray in the oven and set a timer for 30-40 minutes. Older, drier cannabis may require less time. Every 10 minutes, gently shake the tray to expose all the buds to the heat evenly. 
  2. Melt the butter: Add 1 cup of water and 1 cup of butter into a saucepan. Simmer on low heat and let the butter melt. Adding water helps regulate the temperature and prevents the butter from scorching.
  3. Add the cannabis: As the butter begins to melt, add your coarsely ground cannabis and mix it well.
  4. Simmer: Maintain low heat (ideally above 160ºF but never exceeding 200ºF) and let the mixture simmer for 2 to 3 hours, stirring occasionally. The mixture should never come to a full boil.
  5. Strain the cannabutter: Set a funnel on top of a jar and line it with cheesecloth. Once the butter has cooled off in the pot, pour it over the cheesecloth funnel and allow it to strain freely. Just keep in mind that squeezing the cheesecloth may push more bad-tasting plant material through. You have cannabutter!
  6. Refrigerate the jar of butter. Keep your cannabutter in the fridge to keep it fresh. It will last about two weeks in the fridge, and up to 6 months in the freezer.

What Are Some Other Ways to Infuse Cannabis Cookies?

You’re not limited to only using cannabutter in your baking, there are other ways to infuse your holiday treats this season. Alternatively, you can use:

  • CBD oil: You might want to opt for CBD-infused oil, especially if your favorite recipe calls for oil instead of butter. CBD may not have the jolly effects of THC, but it offers a wellness feeling like no other. We recommend  the CBD 50 Plus Formula Oil | 30ml (50mgCBD/ml) for rich CBD infused cookies. 
  • Cannabis sugar: Cannabis-infused sugar is another great alternative to cannabutter if you have a bit of time on your hands. In a separate bowl, combine sugar and your cannabis tincture, mix well. Let the sugar air dry for 48 to 72 hours and you’re ready to start baking!

It’s important to note that each ingredient brings its own special something to the recipe, so play around and find out what works best for you. Just keep in mind that the recipes below all use cannabutter.

Holiday Cannabis-Infused Cookie Recipes

Holiday cookies are an opportunity to let your creativity shine. The options are endless! But if you’re looking for inspiration, here are a few recipes for some delicious cannabis cookies. 

Christmas Snowball Cookies

Snowball cookies are a classic holiday treat, dusted with powdered sugar and packed full of nuts or candy of your choice. 

These delicious treats hail from a few cultures, including Mexico (Mexican Wedding Cookies), Russia (Russian Tea Cakes) and Italy (Italian Wedding Cookies). Most people call them simply snowball cookies since they, well, resemble snowballs!

  • 1/2 cup unsalted butter
  • 1/2 cup cannabutter
  • 1/2 cup powdered sugar
  • 1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract
  • 2 1/4 cup all-purpose flour
  • 3/4 cup finely chopped nuts or candy of your choice 
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt

TIP: Set aside additional powdered sugar to roll the cookies in. 

  1. Preheat the oven to 400 degrees fahrenheit.
  2. Meanwhile, grab a large bowl and mix the cannabutter, regular butter, sugar, and vanilla. Then stir in the flour, nuts or candy (if you’re using) and salt until the mixture forms a dough that holds together.
  3. Shape the dough into small balls (about 1 inch). Set them 1 inch apart on an ungreased cookie sheet.
  4. Once your oven is ready, place the balls in the oven and bake the cookies for 10 to 12 minutes or until they are set. Do not let them stay in long enough to brown; you only want them to set. 
  5. Remove them from the cookie sheet and place them on a rack to cool slightly.
  6. Roll the warm cookies in powdered sugar and set them back on the wire rack. Let them cool and re-roll them in the powdered sugar again.
  7. Enjoy! 

Cannabis Gingerbread Cookies

Gingerbread is a classic winter flavour, and a staple this time of year. Swapping in cannabutter will give this traditional recipe a unique twist! 

  • 3 ¼ cups flour
  • ¾ cup unsalted cannabutter
  • ½ cup brown sugar
  • ½ cup molasses
  • 1 large egg
  • 1 tablespoon ginger
  • 1 tablespoon cinnamon
  • 1 ½ teaspoon vanilla
  • ¾ teaspoon baking soda
  • ¾ teaspoon cloves
  • ½ teaspoon salt
  • ½ teaspoon nutmeg
  • 2 cups powdered sugar
  • 3 tablespoons milk
  • ¼ teaspoon vanilla
  1. Add the dry ingredients (flour, cinnamon, salt, nutmeg, baking soda, ginger, and cloves) to a large mixing bowl. Mix well until all dry ingredients are combined.
  2. In a clean bowl, blend the cannabutter and sugar on high using an electric mixer for two minutes. Add the mixture to the dry ingredients. 
  3. Add in the egg, vanilla and molasses. Reduce the speed of the electric mixer to medium and blend the ingredients for another two minutes. Slowly add flour to the mixture.
  4. Use a rolling pin to flatten out the dough. Leave it on a cookie sheet to chill for at least two hours before moving on.
  5. Use cookie cutters to cut out small gingerbread man shapes. If you want to get crazy, get a knife and turn the whole thing into one giant gingerbread man cookie.
  6. Preheat the oven to 350 F. and while you wait, remove all of the excess dough.
  7. Bake the gingerbread for 8 – 10 minutes or until golden brown on the outside. For a giant cookie, baking will take closer to 15 – 20 minutes.
  8. Once the cookies have been baked, remove them from the oven and let cool for at least one hour. 
  9. While you wait, add all of the icing ingredients to a mixing bowl, and blend them until smooth.
  10. Using an icing bag, decorate the cookies. Be creative! 

Classic Chocolate Peanut Butter Blossoms

These delightfully soft and chewy cannabis peanut butter blossoms are a tasty, classic treat and a delicious way to get high. You can also add a bit of cannabis sugar for that extra boost. 

  • 1¼ cup all-purpose flour
  • 1 teaspoon salt
  • 1 teaspoon baking soda
  • ¾ cup white or cannabis sugar
  • ½ cup brown sugar
  • ½ cup peanut butter
  • ½ cup cannabutter 
  • 1 large egg
  • ½ teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 45 chocolate kisses 
  1. Preheat the oven to 350°F. While you wait, line the baking sheets with parchment paper and set it aside.
  2. Sift together the flour, salt, and baking soda in a medium-sized bowl. 
  3. In a large-sized bowl, mix together the brown sugar, sugar, peanut butter, and cannabutter using a hand mixer. Cream on high until the mixture is light and fluffy.
  4. Add the eggs and vanilla, and beat well. 
  5. While mixing, gradually add the flour mixture until all ingredients are well incorporated, and the dough is formed.
  6. Roll the dough into 1-1½ inch balls.
  7. Roll each dough ball in sugar. After, place each ball on the parchment-lined baking sheet and bake for 10 minutes.
  8. While baking, remove any foil and wrapper from the kisses.
  9. Remove the cookies from the oven and quickly press a kiss into the centre of each cookie while the cookies are warm.
  10. Place the cookies back into the oven for 3-5 minutes, until the cookies are firm and a light golden colour.
  11. Transfer the cookies to a cooling rack. Let cool for 1-2 minutes before devouring.

How to Figure Out the Right Dosage for Your Cookies

Knowing the right dosage for your cannabis cookies is important – after all, you don’t want to spend the entire holiday party on the couch.  

Calculating the right dosage can be tricky, as it depends on the quantity of the flower in the infuser and your tolerance level. The golden rule is to start small and gradually increase after waiting for at least two hours. As edibles take time to kick in, you may want to watch how many you eat.

You can also use this edible dosage calculator to make your life easier. 

Happy Baking!

Now that you have some great recipes to try, it’s time to have fun and get creative! If you enjoyed this DIY holiday edition, feel free to share the article with your family and friends. 

Just make sure you enjoy these tasty holiday cookies safely and responsibly. 

If you are anticipating the new year just like we are, check out our website for the best sativa strains to look out for in 2022 to keep up with the latest cannabis trends. From us here at Leaf Lab, Happy holidays!