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The benefits of marijuana for treating symptoms of severe illnesses are immeasurable. People with AIDS, cancer, neurological issues, arthritis, anxiety, depression, glaucoma, and many other illnesses are turning to cannabis to avoid the powerful and unpleasant side effects that often come with traditional medications. An easy way to incorporate cannabis into your life is to include it in your everyday diet. You'll learn: How to make a wide variety of infusions using butter and oil as well as simple syrup, cream, flour, and honey How to use marijuana as a seasoning.
The differences among the various strains of cannabis Tips for storing and freezing cannabis and edibles Safe dosing (less is, in fact, more) You can make any meal a marijuana edible! Recipes include single serving dishes like Shrimp and Asparagus Stir-Fry and Bacon Mac and Cheese; entrees like Chicken Pot Pies and Fish Tacos; soups, salads, and sides like Creamy Carrot and Potato Soup, Watermelon and Feta Salad, and Cauliflower with Cumin; sandwiches, appetizers, and snacks like BLTs, Baked Camembert with Rosemary, and Madras Nuts; breakfast and brunch foods like Stuffed French Toast; sweet treats like Red Velvet Cupcakes; and even beverages like Blueberry Lemonade and Thai Tea. All of these recipes can be made unmedicated, with delicious results, simply by using the same amount of the un-cannabinated infusion ingredient!