Category: THC

Chocolate Dipped Weed Cherries

Chocolate Dipped Weed Cherries

Yields 24 Chocolate Cannabis Cherries

Ingredients:

  • microwave safe bowl
  • 1 cup dark chocolate chips
  • 1 cup milk chocolate chips
  • ¼ cup Cannabis Coconut Oil
  • 24 cherries w/ stems (washed and dried; if you use fresh cherries remember the pit!)
  • wax paper lined plate

Directions:

  1. Heat milk chocolate chips, dark chocolate chips, and Cannabis Coconut Oil in a microwave safe bowl. Remove and stir every 20 seconds until melted. Chocolate should be warm but not hot.
  2. Dip dry cherries by the stems in chocolate one at a time allowing excess chocolate to drip back into bowl.
  3. Sit cherries on a wax paper lined plate to dry. Repeat until all cherries are coated. Save extra chocolate on the side (you will dip the cherries again.)
  4. Chill cherries in the refrigerator for 1 hour.
  5. Warm the chocolate sauce back up and remove cherries from the refrigerator.
  6. Dip each cherry in the chocolate sauce for a second time. Return cherries to the refrigerator to chill for 1 hour before serving.
  7. Store extra cherries in the refrigerator.
Difference Between THC and CBD and how to Use Them

Difference Between THC and CBD and how to Use Them

If you have been wondering the difference between THC and CBD there are very bid differences. THC is psychoactive and CBD is non-psycoactive meaning it is not mind altering.  Cannabidiol (CBD) and tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) are the two main ingredients in the marijuana plant. Both CBD and THC belong to a unique class of compounds known as cannabinoids.

While many strains of marijuana are known for having abundant levels of THC, high-CBD strains are less common. But CBD has recently started to draw attention from the medical community, who seem to prefer CBD over THC. Here, we explain the differences between these two compounds.

1) The High from Marijuana

THC is probably best known for being the psychoactive ingredient in marijuana. CBD, however, is non-psychoactive. In other words, CBD can’t get you high. While disappointing to recreational users, this unique feature of CBD is what makes it so appealing as a medicine.

Doctors usually prefer treatments with minimal side effects, which has been a major barrier to the acceptance of medical marijuana. Likewise, CBD has been used to treat younger children with various ailments.

2) Anxiety from THC

THC is known to cause some people to feel anxious or paranoid. But CBD is believed to have the opposite effect. In fact, studies show that CBD works to counteract the anxiety caused by ingesting THC. A number of studies also suggest that CBD can reduce anxiety when administered on its own.

3) Balance of Not getting Too High

In addition to being non-psychoactive, CBD seems to have antipsychotic properties. Researchers believe that CBD may protect marijuana users from getting too high by reducing the psychosis-like effects of THC.

4) Getting Better Sleep with THC not CBD

One of the most common uses of marijuana is as a sleep aid. THC is believed to be responsible for most of marijuana’s sleep-inducing effects. On the other hand, studies suggest CBD acts to promote wakefulness, making CBD a poor choice as a sleep medicine.

Reference for the Article is from http://www.leafscience.com can read more there.