Cannabis is a very versatile plant and can be used in a variety of ways. Today we’re talking about some Interesting Ways To Use Leftover Cannabis Pulp.
One way many people use the leftover cannabis pulp from making hash or oil is to make edibles.
This pulls out all the goodness from crusher-bag packing the weed and extracts it into tasty treats.
1.Freeze It: Cannabis pulp can be frozen and used as ice cubes for drinks.
You can even add it to your beer or whatever else you are throwing back without anyone noticing.
2.Make a Dope Smoothie: If you’re feeling a bit more health-conscious, or just want to try something different, grind up the cannabis pulp with some other healthy ingredients like blueberries, kale, apples and whatever else you like.
Check out some of these THC Smoothie ideas and just sub in your pulp!
3.Give It Away: If there’s too much leftover cannabis to find any other useful purpose for it, just save it for friends or family!
4.Mix It: If you aren’t a smoker and are looking for a way to consume cannabis, try mixing it with peanut butter.
There are a few things that you should know about using cannabis pulp in edibles.
The first is that it’s extremely potent, so you can’t just start out with a tiny amount (unless you want to get very stoned and possibly nauseous).
The second is that it will take a little longer to make the edibles as it’s a thick pulp and consistency.
The third thing that you should know about using cannabis pulp in edibles is if your recipe calls for an activated oil or shatter, use cannabis pulp instead.
Eating cannabis pulp is just one of many ways that you can use it.
You can put it in capsules, smoke it (you will have to grind up the leaves into a coarse consistency), or mix it with tea.
You can also put a little bit of it into your brownies for a late afternoon or evening munchie attack too!
The point is, cannabis is a very versatile plant and there are tons of creative ways that you could use the cannabis pulp that comes from making hash or oil.
Yes! You can store it in the freezer for longer than a week or more.
Freezing doesn’t dilute any of the remaining potency, and if anything, helps to keep it.
You can store pulp for months!
You may like to portion it out, and store it so that when you want to use it, it’s measured and ready to go.
Cannabis Pulp Recipe Idea: Weed Pulp Dough
1 Cup Cannabis Pulp
½ Cup Canna Oil or Butter
½ Cup Powdered Sugar
¼ Cup Cocoa Powder
2 Cups Flour (All Purpose)
Pinch of Salt
Using a food processor, mix the first five ingredients together to make a crumble or crumbs.
Next, add the flour and salt. Knead everything together until it makes dough, and now you can roll it out with a rolling pin.
Make cookies, or biscuits and enjoy!
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