Medical Cannabis – Making Edibles Easily At Home

Medical Cannabis – One Year of Use

I’ve learned a lot about medical cannabis since I became a medical marijuana patient one year ago.  Making edibles become a weekly ritual.


Happy Weed-Aversary to Me!

For one year today, I’ve been using medical marijuana. MMJ is the best thing to happen to me since three years ago when a spinal injury stole my life.


But figuring out HOW to take medical cannabis isn’t always easy.  The world isn’t that friendly to cannabis users.

Fast, Easy, Cannabis Infused Chocolate Recipe.

Making Edibles

Making edibles at home is an absolute must in NJ.  My dispensary only sells cannabis flower.


I use my medical cannabis flower to make cannabis-infused coconut oil.  Do you know how to make cannabis coconut oil?  Watch the video tutorial:  How to Make Cannabis Coconut Oil


Canna-coconut oil is ideal for making edibles at home.


Making Edibles At Home Makes Mirodosing Easy.

Microdosing is taking small amounts of medical cannabis at frequent, regular intervals throughout the day.  The dosage is very small and produces few effects, but consistent dosing of medical cannabis can have an aggregate medicinal effect.


Microdosing keeps my pain from taking control.  When my pain levels elevate suddenly, vaporized medical cannabis quickly relieves the attack.



Making Edibles Easily:  Chocolate Canna-Cups Recipe

Cannabis-infused chocolate is a staple in my house.  Canna-cups are easy edibles to make and make discrete dosing easy.


Chocolate Canna-Cups Recipe

cannabis-infused-making-ediblesYields:  1 Canna-Cup

Making Edibles – Canna-Cups:  Ingredients

1/4 teaspoon of cannabis infused coconut oil

1 tablespoon chocolate morsels

Nuts & Fruit (optional)


NOTE: 1/4  teaspoon of my homemade canna-oil is my standard dose.  I then slice my canna-cup into 4 microdoses.



Making Edibles – Canna-Cups:  Directions

making edibles chocolate canna cup recipe


1.  Melt cannabis infused coconut oil & chocolate.

(NOTE:  I melt my canna-coconut oil of my in the Breville Smart Oven at a 120 degrees. The smart oven maintains a slow consistent heat the cannabinoids are not damaged.  Also, burnt chocolate is kind of gross.)

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2.  Mix WELL.  Ensure that melted chocolate and canna-coconut oil is combined well to result in consistent, even doses.


3.  Pour melted cannabis-infused chocolate into a lined mini muffin tin.


4.  Refrigerate until firm.

IMPORTANT:  If this is your first time trying edibles, READ my Canna-Banana Post for important tips on using edibles!


Written by Jessie Gill

Jessie Gill, RN is a cannabis nurse with a background in holistic health and hospice. After suffering a spinal injury, she reluctantly became a medical marijuana patient then quickly transitioned into an advocate. Her site, combines science with personal insight to educate about medical marijuana. She’s been featured on Viceland and bylines include GoodHousekeeping, Cosmopolitan, MSN, and more.

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