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Cannabis Coconut Oil: Check Out This Easy To Follow Recipe And DIY Video

Cannabis infused coconut oil recipe For weed edibles

Cannabis Coconut Oil: Check Out This Easy To Follow Recipe And DIY Video

If you’re looking for a smooth, easy and fantastic edible option then let’s make Cannabis Coconut Oil: Check Out This Easy To Follow Recipe And DIY Video!

Cannabis Coconut oil only makes sense because together, these two ingredients make a fantastic collaboration. 

And if you’re looking to mask the flavour of weed, or add to your collection, THC oil + coconut oil is a simple and relatively easy addition. 

Table Of Contents

  1. Is Cannabis Coconut Oil Hard To Make?
  2. Why Should I Make Cannabis Oil?
  3. How To Use Cannabis Coconut Oil
  4. What Recipes Can I Make?
  5. The Recipe

Is Cannabis Coconut Oil Hard to Make?

Fortunately, this recipe is super easy to follow. In fact, it is made the exact same way as regular cannabis cooking oils and THC kinds of butter.

From prep to cook time, you’re looking at a short 47-minute process.

If you’re a novice cook, not to worry! We simplify the process so that these cannabis extractions can be made by anyone (of legal age, that is)!

Why Should I Make Cannabis Oil?

Nutritional potency is another characteristic of this unique oil.

According to this article, coconuts contain ingredients that support bone health and it may even assist in regulating blood sugar.

That sounds like a worthy addition to weed edibles!

And to add a little extra bonus – coconut oil is straight-up delicious!

The subtle hint of savoury cannabis mixed with sweet coconut rounds out dishes beautifully.


How To Use Cannabis Coconut Oil

There are so many to utilize your THC oil blend.

From sweet weed edibles to full meals, Weed Coconut Oil is full of cooking potential.

Consider adding a tablespoon of this oil to your coffee in the morning. It adds a fantastic splash of wellness to every cup.

This article (2019) suggests that adding coconut oil to your coffee may help you achieve ketosis while providing energy. Remember, this oil is packed with punch.

Be sure to enjoy Marijuana Coconut Oil responsibly. If you are dairy-free, consider replacing butter with this delicious option.

Another wonderful way to use coconut oil is for weed topicals.

Topicals include THC oils, cannabis-infused balms, THC creams, pain salves and beyond. This THC-coconut hybrid may act as a fantastic addition to your topical lineup.

Coconut oil may be instrumental in creating stronger, softer hair as well.

What’s even more exciting is that this article suggests that its healing potentials go far beyond the aforementioned benefits.

From weight loss to nail growth, this cannabis infusion is sounding pretty promising.

What Recipes Can I Make?

The possibilities are endless – anywhere you use oil in any recipe, you can substitute cannabis-infused coconut oil!

Try making your own coconut body lotion at home too.

Start The Recipe Below:

Once your canna coconut oil is ready you can start making delicious recipes with it. View our Cannadish cookbook here for more extraction methods and recipes!

Cannabis infused coconut oil recipe For weed edibles
A straight forward easy recipe on how to make cannabis infused coconot oil at home.
4.72 from 46 votes
Prep Time: 45 minutes
Cook Time: 2 hours
Total Time: 2 hours 45 minutes
Cuisine: European
Keyword: Cannabis, Coconut, Oil
Servings: 1 Cup
Calories: 188kcal
Author: Jacob


  • Mason jar


  • 1/4 to 1/2 Ounce Cannabis
  • 1 Cup Coconut Oil


  • Decarboxylate your weed by spreading your cannabis evenly on an oven tray And coat with aluminum foil.
  • Place in the oven on 240F/115C for 25 to 45 minutes, and then let it cool.
  • Grind your cannabis or chop it fine
  • Place the cannabis in a strong mason jar, add coconut oil and (1 tsp of sunflower lecithin)(optional)
  • Place your closed jar in cold water and let it come to a boil, Boil for 2 to 3 hours.
  • Strain through a cheesecloth or pantyhose.
  • Let it cool
  • Now you can use the Cannabis Coconut oil



Simply exchange the olive oil for coconut oil. 


Calories: 188kcal | Fat: 22g | Saturated Fat: 19g
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50 Responses

  1. 4 stars
    its so easy to make
    thanks for sharing this video
    i will try this for sure

  2. Jessica Vandenberg says:

    5 stars
    I’ve been using this recipe for years now. I have made brownies using 1/2c of canna-coconut oil and Ghirardelli dark chocolate brownie mix. I usually have had 12 brownies/batch and it’s great! I’ve also used the oil with other foods mixing it into pasta with some parmesan or with regular butter on mashed potatoes. My favorite ‘breakfast’ way is a teaspoon on a toasted toaster strudel with my coffee 🙂 LOVE IT!

  3. how long can this be stored and where?

  4. I have a question: how much of it can I use in cooking? Would the whole cup be too strong for a batch of cookies or brownies?

  5. I would suggest min 28g per cup if you are a heavy smoker.

    1. That’s awful advice. That’s how you get sick. Some people don’t digest thc that well when it’s ingested so they might need more. First time I recommend using 14 grams of quality flower per cup of oil

      1. I just did 10g into half a cup of coconut oil and they turned out beautifully nice and strong I’ve been putting oil into 00 caps
        So it’s easy to regulate your doses .. wondering does anybody know about coconut oil and it’s saturation of THC , I was thinking of running that same oil through another boil but with more fresh bud , wonder what the limits of this would be

  6. Thanks this seems fairly easy!

  7. Ferretninja says:

    5 stars
    Thanks, super easy and it worked.
    Yep,….. 8 hours later after throwing up and Sleeping (thank God) I woke up still gone out of my mind. I felt like a lost child. It took me so long to just get out the bedroom door. Felt like I didn’t know how to get out. Night of was the big one though. Thought I was dead and waiting for everyone else to hurry up and join me. I thought I was a skeleton in the clouds, like Dia de Los muertos.

    1. Lol hahahahahah I laughed so hard sorry it was the way you wrote it. I have had one of those night many years ago. It was a hard lesson that more is not always better.

    2. Walter Roeder says:

      Thank you for this inspirational and motivating review! Just made a batch fingers crossed he he

    3. volumatic says:

      hahahahahahaha….thank’s for the share and the laugh

  8. Does it fully boil or simmer?

    1. I bring it to a boil and simmer for 3 hours. When I cook or bake I use 1/3 cannibus oil to 2/3 of what the recipe calls for. This ratio always gives a nice smooth ride without loosing your mind.

  9. I want to make cannibis infused coconut oil for my body. I live in chronic pain. Rubbing it on the pain site seems to help. I’m not interested in getting high, I just want pain relief. How do I make it?

  10. PlumberSoCal says:

    4 stars
    Excellent recipe. I use the oil in 00 caps. High lasts for 5+ hrs.

    1. Ross Phillips says:

      I am using 00 caps too. Can you provide details of your recipe? Grass to oil ratio would certainly help.

  11. Is there any risk of the jar exploding when in the boiling water. Excuse my ignorance. OH & 1 American cup is 240ml.

    1. Use canning jars to insure there are no incidents and wasted product.

    2. Mine exploded

  12. Love you recipe!

  13. Zambilo76 says:

    The post author was not mistaking when he spoke about butter as anyone that already used Coconut oil would know that it comes in solid form hence explaining the term better….

  14. Zambilo76 says:

    The post author was not mistaking when he spoke about butter as anyone that already used Coconut oil would know that it comes in solid form hence explaining the term better.

  15. This is a great idea, especially if you don’t like the ‘smell’ of cooking cannabis! Can’t wait to try this out!

  16. Obviously the author made a mistake meaning to say “oil” and instead said “butter”. So sue em.. Jeez, like we don’t all F-up occasionally. Excellent recipe. Thank you.


    2. Jennifer Fitzgerald says:

      Exactly!! Always one person out there that tries to discredit others… Can’t imagine how someone who truly believes that they are perfect can co-mingle with imperfect people

    3. I did mine in a slow cooker. Came out really potent. Know I’m learning right dosage for my Fibromyralga cookies help a lot. I did mine with coconut oil and Cannabis and put it in slow cooker for 5hr and the rest the same cloth drain let it cool then. Put in fridge over night drain water ooff and you ready to use it.

      1. I have a levo 2. It does all the work for you. I put 10 grams of cannabis to 12 oz of coconut oil. The levo 2 decarbs it for you then you put the oil/butter/honey ect in and it will infuse it for you. Its really potent but really good. I dont have to use as much and it can last of to 1 or 2 years shelf life.

      2. Pauline, how do I use the infused oil in a cookie recipe pls. Can I share your recipe.

  17. Cooking on the stove with coconut oil.
    I just not sure weather to boil in hot boiling water or just low heat boil for 3hrs?

    1. Place jars in cold water and bring to a boil. then simmer for additional 2 to 3 hours. Works ell EVERY time

  18. Uhm, are you stupid? Recipe is for coconut oil. Ingredients call for 2 things canabis and coconut oil. Directions say use butter. Not even a mention of coconut anything

    1. May I suggest that you read the directions again, and then show us all where it says to use Butter, and no mention of Coconut Oil?. Maybe you have smoked to much weed before reading this? 😉

    2. Don’t be a fucking cunt

    3. LOL!! Your post doesn’t exactly make you look smart.

  19. LilliRaindrop says:

    I’m not sure why this post got such a low rating. Directions are simply put, easy to understand.

  20. Hi how big are the cups how many mls do they hold want to make sure I get it right

    1. A cup is 8 ounces. Surely there is an oz to ml conversion table on the internet somewhere.

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