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How to Make THC Infused Tea in 7 Easy Steps

Want to get the most out of your bud? Keep your stems and make Cannabis Tea with them! That’s right, another cool way to get stoned. Marijuana infused tea is a smoothing and relaxing drink that enjoyable any time of the year! This recipe is really simple and only takes 30 minutes.

 

Ingredients:

  • 2 cup water
  • 1 teaspoon butter
  • 1 gram marijuana stems
  • 1 gram loose leaf tea OR 1 Tea bag

 

 

Step 1: Save the stems from your nugs.

You are going to need at least a gram of stems.  Start collecting the stems ahead of time so you have a bunch!
 

Step 2: Grind your stems.

Cut up or grind your stems until they are finely chopped, but not powdery.
 

Step 3: Mix the stems in butter.

In a bowl, mix together the butter and the ground stems to make a mixture.
 

Step 4: Add the mixture to a teabag.

If you are using loose leaf tea, add the butter mixture and a gram of tea into a tea-steeper, metal tea ball, or an empty teabag. If you are using a teabag, cut a small slit in it and spoon the butter mixture into the bag. Fold over many times to close it back up.
 

Step 5: Boil the Water.

In a pot or pan, bring 2 cups of water to a boil.
 

Step 6: Add the teabag to the Pot.

Add the Tea Bag you made to the water in your pot or pan.
 

Step 7: Simmer

Simmer for at least 20 minutes on low heat.
 

Step 8: Enjoy.

Put the tea into a teapot. Pour yourself a cannabis tea and relax! If you are someone who likes sweet tea, try adding honey or sugar to your cup.

 

If you know someone that would love to make weed tea, share this article with them! 

 



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  • Dusty on

    Tasted like garbage. I honestly probably messed up somehow doing it thought.

  • paul on

    the idea is a great oldy and works well if you have a cold and need a way of removing the symptoms then this is ensure you add honey to the mix and it works well

  • Rick on

    I Infuse . A half pork loin..by injecting it with infused Creole butter seasoning and Cajun rub.. smoke it at 250 degrees for 2.5 hours with Apple and hickory woods..


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