Cooking with CBD(Isolate)

 

How to Cook with CBD Isolate

Cooking with CBD isolate is a lot easier than you might think, and a lot of fun too. Those boring meals that once inspired you to order in suddenly seem more interesting. To turn any recipe into a cannabidiol masterpiece using CBD isolate powder you’ll need to know a few basic things: How to use the “Double Boiling Method.”,What a Carrier oil is,
CBD & Temperature.


The Double Boiling Method

The double boiling method is a simple heat control technique used in cooking. This method is typically used for ingredients you wouldn’t want to be exposed to high heat – such as cannabidiol. Whenever we cook with CBD isolate, the FIRST thing we do is use the double boiling method to infuse the isolate with a carrier oil. The double boiling method is important because it is how we turn the pure CBD isolate powder into an ingredient that can be used in just about any recipe.


How to Use the Double Boiling Method

To infuse isolated cannabinoids with a carrier oil – use the double boiling method as described below. Keep in mind that you’ll want to use an appropriate amount of carrier oil to match your dose. As you experiment you may use different doses, but we are going to keep things simple. If you are cooking with 1 gram of CBD isolate powder, you’ll want to use 1-2 teaspoons of carrier oil.

Fill the larger pot about a quarter full with water – you’ll want the water to sit about an inch below the smaller pot.
Place the smaller pot on top of the larger pot sitting above the water. You do not want the smaller pot to be directly affected by the boiling water.

  • Bring water to a low boil at a medium-low heat
  • Add your carrier oil to the smaller pot
  • Add your isolate powder to the carrier oil
  • Stir for 10-15 minutes. Be sure to blend your isolate with the carrier oil well – you shouldn’t be able to see any of the isolate once combined.

Once cooled – pour your CBD infused carrier oil into a container that’ll work best for whatever you’re trying to do.


What is a Carrier Oil?

A carrier oil, which is also known as a base oil, is a plant-derived oil which is used to “carry” essential oils and plant supplements. Essential oils and plant supplements can be overly potent or difficult for us to absorb directly, so carrier oils are used to help facilitate the process. Some carrier oils have benefits of their own and each work differently with the different plants they are mixed with. For example, studies show that unrefined coconut MCT oil provides better absorption of CBD than other carrier oils.


CBD & Temperature

When cooking with CBD one thing, you’ll need to keep in mind is the temperature. High temperatures will cause you to burn off the cannabidiol that you’re trying to infuse into your food. To avoid losing potency, you’ll need to keep an eye on the temperature or use the cannabidiol in your food a bit differently.For example, if you want to enjoy infused grilled chicken, you can’t really just put CBD into the chicken. Instead, you’ll need to infuse the cannabidiol with a sauce to put on the chicken once it has finished cooking. This is why recipes for pasta sauces, barbecue sauces, smoothies, and other low heat recipes are so popular. Sauces and other cold-prep recipes ensure you aren’t losing CBD while you cook. However, you can bake with CBD as well. Baking with CBD requires a bit more mindfulness. Your cannabidiol will be in direct heat, so you’ll want to be sure to keep temperatures below 320 degrees.

Now that you’re familiar with the basics of cooking with CBD, go forth my friends and create tasty cannabinol infused treats!

Source:https://www.cbdschool.com/cbd-isolate-cooking-recipes/

CBD Capsules

Made in Beautiful British Columbia, Organa’s CBD Infused Capsules are a superior, natural pain reliever. With CBD to help combat inflammation and irritation, our Capsules starts working fast to relieve your worst arthritic, joint, muscle, and chronic pain.

Our CBD capsules contain:

  • Vitamin B12 – increases red blood cell production, supports bone health, improves mood, prevents neuron death, increases energy, improves heart health, beneficial for hair and skin.
  • Vitamin C – helps high blood pressure, reduces risk of heart disease, prevents/treats iron deficiency, boosts white blood cell function, helps maintain memory with age
  • Vitamin D3 – supports bone health, improves mood, reduces risk of flu, diabetes and cancer.
  • Hemp CBD – reduces pain and inflammation, improves mood, regulates apatite and sleep schedule, improves skin health, improves heart health.

CBD Capsules can be taken everyday as a daily vitamin or just for certain occasions that you feel you may need pain or anxiety relief.

 

Benefits of CBD Edibles

BENEFITS OF EDIBLES:

Depending on what effect your after CBD edibles can have several benefits over tinctures or inhaling a CBD vapourizer pen. When you take a tincture or inhale CBD, effects begin within a minute. CBD edibles on the other hand can take up to an hour to kick in which could be a downside depending on your situation. In a CBD edible, the active compound (CBD) is combined within the food therefor causing a slower release process as you digest the food, because of this edibles can last up to 4 hours longer than inhaled CBD.

Another benefit of using edibles is that they are discreet and you can plan in advance and take one before work or before a flight for example. It is also very easy to control exactly how much you take, from a low dose 10mg gummy to 240mg chocolate bar, you will be able to play with your dose and slowly find what is the perfect amount for you.

Though the popularity of vaporizer pens is massive and still on the rise, the long-term health consequences of inhaling hot oil is still undetermined. Plus, many vape pens also possess thinning agents including propylene glycol (PG) and polyethylene glycol (PEG) which could potentially produce harmful carcinogens when heated to temperatures above 224℃. This makes edibles a much better option for your lungs. 

ORGANA CBD EDIBLES:

CBD Infused Gummies: $15.00/5 or $60.00/30 

Ingredients: Glucose Syrup, Sugar, Gelatin, CBD Blend Oil, Citric Acid, Natural Flavours, Caranuba Wax.

10mg CBD per candy

CBD Cocoa Cookie: $7.00

Ingredients: Organic Flour, Organic Cane Sugar, Organic Butter, CBD Oil, Cocoa, Cinnamon, Egg, Vanilla Extract.

50mg CBD

CBD Trail Mix Cookie: $15.00

Ingredients: Organic Flour, Cane Sugar, CBD Hemp Oil, Semi-Sweet Chocolate, Cocoa, Cinnamon, Eggs, Vanilla Extract.

50mg CBD

CBD PMS Pain Pack: $34.00

Ingredients: Organic Cacao Butter, CBD Hemp Oil, Organic Coconut Oil, Organic Cocoa, Cane Sugar, Milk Powder, Almond Bark

240mg CBD / 40mg CBD per piece

Edibles: How Do They Work?

The primary psychoactive chemical in cannabis is THC, a cannabinoid. However, when these leaves are left raw and are un-aged, the cannabinoid found in them is THCA, which isn’t psychoactive at all. THCA only becomes THC — the stuff that gets you high — after it’s aged or, most effectively, exposed to heat. It’s a process called decarboxylation.

When looked at solely from the perspective of biochemical composition, raw cannabis leaves are excellent sources of certain vitamins, minerals and fiber. If that sounds surprising, keep in mind that even though they get you stoned, they are still green leafy plants. Raw cannabis is high in:

-Vitamin K (Essential for blood clotting) -Vitamin C (Essential for immune systems) -Iron (Essentialforbloodoxygenation) -Calcium (Essential for bones)

-Folate (Essential for DNA repair)
More specifically, cannabis is super high in fiber. So, if yourdietislacking,itcouldbethe answer.

Antioxidants are essential to our bodies because they protect us from stress and other damage, as well as against things like blood vessel disease and cancer. They’re also our body’s only defense against “free radicals,” which are highly reactive molecules that can wreak havoc on our bodies over time.

Cannabis, whether raw or cooked, is chockfull of antioxidants that our bodies need. So, whether you’re infusing weed into brownies or juicing raw leaves — you’re going to get the stuff you need.

Edibles aren’t particularly useful for sudden relief because they can take 90 minutes before they s tart having an effect, and unpredictable bouts of it. However, if you know when to anticipate them—for things like menstrual cramps, after chemotherapy, etc.—consuming marijuana is an excellent way to curb nausea, stomach pains and more.

People who ingest cannabis often experience a more intense and longer lasting full-body high than people who smoke it. You can experience a high that typically lasts one to two hours (while smoking). So, if you’re smoking medical marijuana for pain relief, cooking with it won’t just help locate and neutralize the pain you’re suffering from, but it’ll also provide more relief and for a longer duration of time.

A known fact is that you can’t really get all the benefits from smoking because it’s close to impossible to smoke a clinical level of the needed cannabinoids.However, when made into highly concentrated oils, you can get the recommended dosage in just a drop or two.