How to Make THC Syrup

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There are lots of ways to enjoy cannabis. Smoking marijuana is a traditional way of enjoying the effects of weed while others use vape pens for more vapor. For those who are not fond of inhaling smoke, marijuana can still be enjoyed through the use of edibles or even cannabis syrup. Get to know more about how to make THC syrup by understanding what marijuana can do and how it can be made in the comfort of your home.

What is THC Syrup?

A THC syrup is a liquid substance that is made of sugary sweet and is infused with cannabis. It is typically high in natural compounds known as cannabinoids. A certain cannabinoid found in cannabis is called THC. THC is the psychoactive compound that causes the high and other mental and physical effects you typically experience when you smoke weed.

THC syrups have grown in popularity over the years. One thing that is great about marijuana apart from its effects is that it is a very versatile plant that can be used in different ways. Through the use of THC syrup, one can enjoy homemade beverages or baked goodies. Others use cannabutter or other edibles to infuse food with THC.

How To Make THC Syrup

Before making your THC syrup, you will need to gather a few things and understand how THC works first. Cannabis normally contains enough THC to get you high. However, it will have to undergo a process called decarboxylation wherein the compounds from the plant are “activated” through the use of heat. By then, it can be readily absorbed by the body thus the manifestation of effects.

To know how to make THC syrup, you will have to prepare the following first.

1. Filtered water.

2. Sugar.

3. Vegetable glycerine.

4. Cannabis.

5. Jar.

6. Saucepan.

7. Cheesecloth.

First, you need to add the water into the saucepan and bring it to a boil. Add the sugar and stir it until it is dissolved properly. Once the sugar has fully dissolved, add the cannabis and stir for a while. Lower the heat of the saucepan but still enough to bring the water to a boil. Let it sit for 20 minutes. This is where cannabis undergoes the process of decarboxylation.

However, you should be very careful not to put too much heat on the saucepan or it will lower the quality of the cannabis. Add the vegetable glycerine after 20 minutes and mix thoroughly. Let the solution simmer for a couple of minutes to ensure that the glycerine is incorporated properly within the mix. Keep on stirring the mixture.

Turn off the heat and transfer the mixture to the jar through the use of the cheesecloth. The cheesecloth will strain the cannabis from the syrup. Be careful to secure the cheesecloth and avoid getting scalded. Once everything has been strained, let the solution cool down for a while. And there you have your THC syrup.

Uses of THC Syrup

If you want to go beyond the usual THC syrup, there are certain things that you can do to extend its taste and quality. For a healthier syrup, you can use brown sugar instead of white sugar and add a bit of honey when you are adding the vegetable glycerin as well. You can also make your syrup lighter by holding off on the sugar and instead use honey.

Add more flavor to your syrup by infusing it with either lemon zest or vanilla extract as you are stirring it after introducing the vegetable glycerin. Through the use of this THC syrup, you can add it as toppings on your food or have it for breakfast and add it to your pancake or cereal. 

You can also make cocktails and drinks using this syrup. Simply replace the sweet ingredient of your favorite cocktail with this syrup and you are good to go. You can even give your usual drinking water a boost of THC by adding a few teaspoons of the syrup to your drink. Tea time is more fun when you add a teaspoon of the syrup and make your afternoons more enjoyable.

Health Benefits of THC Syrup

There have been countless studies that pinpoint the health benefits of smoking marijuana but how about consuming it in syrup. The best part about consuming THC in syrup form is that it is infused with flavor apart from the usual cannabis taste. You get to experience getting high without the smoke or the earthy woody flavor.

Certain health benefits are also acquired when you consume THC syrup using different food and drinks. Since THC is a great stimulator, it also helps increase your appetite and with all the food that’s infused with the syrup, you finally have a solution to your eating disorder. THC syrup also helps relieve the feelings of vomiting in patients with cancer treatment. The sweet flavor of the syrup masks the bitterness that can be tasted in the tongue during treatment.

It is also known to provide pain relief as with many other THC-derived products. The use of THC syrup as a means of helping you cope with pain and stress has been highly suggested by many. And while it has a lot of health benefits, you still need to control the amount you consume. It is best to avoid consuming more than 10mg of THC syrup to prevent adverse effects from happening.

Conclusion

The sudden increase in drinkable marijuana has gained popularity over the past few years. Smoking cannabis usually kicks in after a few minutes of toking. The high lasts for about 2 to 3 hours depending on the strain being used. THC syrup and much other drinkable variety take a while to take effect. It usually kicks in within 30 minutes to an hour but what truly makes it wonderful is that the effects last for more than 4 hours up to 8 hours in some cases. This should be a good enough reason for you to start learning how to make THC syrup.

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