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Cannabis Cookbook: How High SHOULD Taste, Without the Smell! Featuring Weed Recipes for a Blazing Breakfast, Loaded Lunch, Smoking Dinner, Ganja Dessert & Drinks! Exciting Appetizers, Soups & MORE

Cannabis Cookbook: How High SHOULD Taste, Without the Smell! Featuring Weed Recipes for a Blazing Breakfast, Loaded Lunch, Smoking Dinner, Ganja Dessert & Drinks! Exciting Appetizers, Soups & MORE

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Cannabis Cookbook: How High SHOULD Taste, Without the Smell! Featuring Weed Recipes for a Blazing Breakfast, Loaded Lunch, Smoking Dinner, Ganja Dessert & Drinks! Exciting Appetizers, Soups & MORE

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105 pagine
32 minuti
Pubblicato:
Nov 3, 2015
ISBN:
9781519998132
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Cannabis Cookbook: How High SHOULD Taste, Without the Smell!

Featuring Weed Recipes for a Blazing Breakfast, Loaded Lunch, Smoking Dinner, Ganja Dessert & Drinks 

Including Exciting Appetizers, Soups, Sauces & Spreads

Your go to cannabis cookbook for 50 easy and convenient weed recipes, for all of your breakfast, lunch, dinner, dessert and drink needs AND MORE. These recipes are perfect for taking any meal to higher levels, while still being tasty, easy and fulfilling enough to satisfy the biggest munchie appetite.

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Pubblicato:
Nov 3, 2015
ISBN:
9781519998132
Formato:
Libro

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Introduction

Marijuana contains more than 400 active compounds – called cannabinoids. These cannabinoids, particularly Deta-9-Tetrahydrocannabinol or THC, works by blocking the action a neurotransmitter in the brain called GABA, which dampens the effects of dopamine. At the same time, the THC increases the release of another neurotransmitter– dopamine.

Dopamine, one of the many chemicals in the brain, is the neurotransmitter which is directly responsible for the feelings or reward and pleasure. Dopamine is one of the four feel good or happy chemicals, together with serotonin, oxytocin, and endorphin, which are associated with the regulation of mood, movement, learning, attention, appetite, sex, and sleep.

In fact, dopamine has played a very important role in the evolution of organisms and the chemical is responsible for many survival functions such as attentiveness, memorization, learning, and motivation.

These chemicals are also the neurotransmitters responsible in the unconscious memorization of signs associated with rewards, such as food and water.  Scientific studies, as a matter of fact, have established that every substance that triggers dependency in every human increases the release of dopamine. For example, feeling good after you have indulged a bite or two of your favorite food, having sex, the feeling of love, and all the things that make you feel good.

But dopamine isn’t only responsible for happy feelings. They are also responsible for heightened awareness or vigilance when there is danger nearby.

The complexity of dopamine effects has led to the exploration of the marijuana’s medical potential. Just recently, it was discovered that destruction of dopamine neurons in the brain is what causes the symptoms of Parkinson’s disease.

This development holds therapeutic promise and treatment for a wide range of anxiety and mood disorders, and to name just a few, Huntington’s disease, neuropathic pain, multiple sclerosis, spinal cord injury, glaucoma, and stroke.

Cooking with cannabis is the most effective and efficient way of receiving the plant’s medical benefits. As a matter of fact, incorporating marijuana in your food and eating allows your body to intake a lower dose of THC but with a longer lasting effect. Especially when you are using it for medical purposes, the effects or relief can last from 4 hours or more.

Chapter 1 – Preparing the Cannabis Ingredients

Cannabutter/Cannamargarine

The general ratio of ingredients for this recipe is 1 lb. butter (or 4 sticks) for every 1 oz. (or 28 grams of cannabis. If you are planning to make a larger batch, then simmer for 1 hour for maximum results. 

Ingredients:

1/4 oz. cannabis buds; finely ground

1/2 cup (or 1 stick) salted butter or margarine

Directions:

Over low heat, melt the butter in a medium-sized saucepan.

A little at a time, add in the cannabis buds into the melted butter, stirring in between.

Simmer over low heat for 45 minutes, frequently stirring. You will see small bubbles gradually forming on the surface.

Strain the butter through a metal strainer to remove the ground buds.

Press the spoon against the buds in the strainer to release all the butter.

Storage: Use immediately or in the refrigerator for later use.

Canna Oil

Unless otherwise stated,

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