Do you want to learn how to make THC gummies?
In this article, we'll go over the basics of THC gummy worms, how to make weed gummy bears with distillate, and how to make edible gummies with cannabutter. You’ll learn how to make weed gummies that taste delicious and that deliver the effects you want. You can even try out the step-by-step recipes to create your own THC gummies.
The best part about making weed gummies is that they don’t require cooking skills. Just follow the steps and your kitchen will be filled with THC-infused gummy treats.
Keep reading if you're curious about THC gummy worms, how to make weed gummies, how to make gummy bears with distillate, or how to make edible gummies with cannabutter. Let's get started.
THC gummy worms are chewy, sweet cannabis-infused edibles. THC gummy worms are made with a gummy-like substance, usually gelatin, corn syrup, fructose, or sugar, and contain a THC concentrate like a distillate or cannabutter.
Edible gummies come in all sorts of different shapes, from weed gummy bears to THC gummy worms.
Weed gummy worms mostly taste like regular gummy candy but include a bit of an earthy taste that comes from the cannabis.
Cannabis-infused gummy worms are popular amongst cannabis consumers because they offer longer lasting, and often stronger, effects than smoking or vaping cannabis.
THC gummies are also popular because they are a great way for people to consume cannabis discreetly while on-the-go. Like all cannabis edibles, THC gummy worms can be potent, so start with a low dose and wait at least two hours before ingesting more if you aren't familiar with the potency.
THC gummy worms are like other cannabis infused edibles and have a longer onset time than smoking or vaping. If you aren’t familiar with the difference between eating cannabis and inhaling it, check out our article How Different Cannabis Ingestion Methods Affect You.
The effects of cannabis gummies can take up to an hour and a half before they are felt, but when you do feel them, the effects last much longer and can be much stronger than the effects of smoking cannabis. To have an enjoyable experience with THC gummy worms and other cannabis gummies it’s best to start with a low dose, track your experience on the Jointly app, and consume more as needed.
THC gummy worms are available in most states where cannabis consumption is legal. You can also make your own weed gummies. Below are two different recipes to make weed gummies.
Cannabis distillate is a cannabis concentrate that has gone through a process to separate and isolate cannabinoids like THC or CBD from unwanted materials like pesticides and heavy metals.
This makes distillate a great choice to make THC-infused gummies. If you are looking to make medicated weed gummies that include terpenes and flavonoids, swap your THC distillate for Rick Simpson Oil to make RSO gummies. RSO gummies include a larger spectrum of cannabinoids, terpenes, and flavonoids.
Whatever type of concentrate you use, it’s best to use a lab-tested product so that you can measure the potency of your ganja gummies. This will help you avoid ingesting too much THC from your THC gummies.
There are hundreds of ways to make weed gummies. Our tried-and-true process shows you how to make health-conscious, vegan THC gummies from scratch.
Step 1: Clean the area where you will make your THC gummies
Step 2: Get your tools together
Step 3: Get your ingredients together
Step 1: Place the sealed 1-gram syringe into the cup of lukewarm water (this will help it dissolve into your mixture later).
Step 2: In your mixing bowl, mix together ¼ cup cane syrup (or corn syrup) and ½ cup cold water. Mix until the liquid becomes a light clear amber color.
Step 3: Add 3 ounces of flavored Jello and .5 ounces of preferred gelatin. Mix until smooth without any lumps.
Step 4: Place your ganja gummies mold in a location where you can easily fill it (later).
Step 5: Transfer the contents of your mixing bowl into a saucepan, turn on the stove to low heat, heat, and stir the mixture continuously for 10 minutes. Be careful to not boil the liquid.
Step 6: Turn off heat, remove your 1-gram syringe from the cup of lukewarm water and quickly add the contents of the syringe into your saucepan while consistently stirring, stir until thoroughly mixed.
Step 7: Carefully transfer the liquid from your saucepan to your glass measuring cup.
Step 8: Lineup the spout of your glass measuring cup with an empty bear mold, fill the mold, repeat until you are out of liquid.
Step 9: Carefully place your molds in the refrigerator and leave overnight so the weed gummies firm up.
Step 10: Remove weed gummies from mold, transfer to glass food storage container, place back into the refrigerator, and consume within two weeks for maximum potency. How easy is that?
Now you know how to make THC gummy bears with distillate. Let’s move on to how to make edible gummies with cannabutter!
Now that you know how to make weed gummies with distillate, you won’t have any problems learning how to make edible gummies with cannabutter.
The preparation and steps to make edible gummies with cannabutter are the same as above except for the following:
Otherwise, to make edible gummies with cannabutter, follow steps 2 - 5 (above) to prepare the base of your weed gummies and follow steps 7 - 10 (above) to finish your edible gummies with cannabutter. It’s that simple!
To prevent the accidental consumption of cannabis gummies by unknowing adults or children, store medicated gummies in a labeled container. When storing infused gummies in your refrigerator, place them out of the reach of children or invest in a glass container that locks. Ready to make your first batch of ganja gummies?
Which cannabis gummies will you make first: THC gummy worms, gummy bears with distillate, or edible gummies with cannabutter? As you're mixing up your infused treats, snap a pic and tag us on Instagram. We'd love to see your THC gummies!
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