Dosing will depend on 3 variables:
STEP 1: DECARBOXYLATION
If you’re looking for an effective and efficient way to orally dose your cannabinoids in a manner that’s free of unwanted calories and unnecessary ingredients, then cannabis capsules may just be your answer. Canna caps, as they are often referred to, have become a staple across the cannabis industry as they offer a safe and effective oral delivery method that can be easily dosed and optimally metabolized. Most dispensaries carry some variation of the canna cap, and depending on where you purchase them, they may differ in their potency and ingredients.
Ingredients and Materials Required for Cannabis Capsules
Once the oil has cooled to your desired temperature, it’s time to fill the syringe. Do so by following your syringe’s instructions, and make sure the oil remains warm enough to stay liquid. Use the syringe’s tapered deep reach tip to feed the oil into the gelatin capsules, one at a time, until you run out of oil; repeat this process accordingly. Once finished, use the instructions on your filling machine to close each capsule. During this process, you may find that you have over filled a few caps. Use a hand towels or tissue to wipe the remaining residue. The finished caps can be store in a cool, dark place (like a refrigerator) until you are ready to use them. If done properly, this recipe will produce around 45-50 capsules (this amount is only an estimate and will depend on the ratios of starting material and oil you used).
Our recipe utilizes an infusion derived from coconut oil and soy lecithin. Combined, these two act as a terrific metabolizing agent for the cannabinoids as they pass through our digestive systems, enabling us to get more bang for our buck when dosing orally.
While your oil is finishing in the oven, prepare the size 00 empty gelatin capsules and capsule filling machine by following the instructions on the package. These devices are designed to make capsule filling a much easier, more streamlined process, though the machine is not required — you can always poke some holes in a cardboard box with a pen to help hold the capsules in place while you fill them. (In my opinion, the small amount you will pay for the machine is worth the convenience.)
Filled with potent cannabis-infused coconut oil, canna-caps are a convenient and discreet way to enjoy your infusion. While they may be a bit fiddly to begin with, the consistent dose makes them worth the effort.
Packed full of healthy fatty acids and antioxidants, it’s the ideal complement to a heavy indica or uplifting sativa. In fact, cannabis-infused coconut oil and capsules work with any strain, so as long as you’ve got roughly 50g of dried bud to spare, it’s time to get started.
Creating cannabis coconut oil takes 2–3 hours for a decent infusion, but the longer you leave it, the stronger the oil or capsules become. With that in mind, make sure you leave yourself enough time to complete the recipe from start to finish.
How to Make Coconut Oil Canna-Caps
In just a few hours, you can create potent infusions (up to four times stronger than smoking) that’ll keep for months, while remaining convenient, straightforward, and, most importantly, discreet! There’s also the value of highly nutritious coconut oil to consider.
If you need to fill capsules by hand, you will have to think about a way to hold them in place for filling. A filling machine will cost about €15, making it worth the expense, and you can familiarise yourself with the machine while your oil is infusing.
It is best if you store your cannabis-infused capsules in the refrigerator, but any dark and cool place will do.
Broad-spectrum Hemp Extract, MCT Oil, Sunﬂower Lecithin, Beta-caryophyllene, Sorbic Acid, Gel Shell (Gelatin, Vegetable Glycerine, Water).
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By Davies Media | Published Jul 29, 2021 12:59 PM