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Jewish tradition suggests one should celebrate Purim by getting so drunk that they cannot tell the difference between Mordechai and Haman. But if you’re looking for a different kind of heavenly high this Purim, why not try a batch of cannabis-infused hempanteshen?
Selling marijuana edibles will not initially be allowed when cannabis is legalized this summer. But there will be nothing to stop people from making their own mind-altering culinary creations at home.
Eating cannabis is great for people who want the psychotropic effects, or medical benefits, of marijuana, without inhaling smoke (insert Bill Clinton joke here), but it is not as simple as throwing some dry herb into your favourite dish.
First of all, the THC in the cannabis plant, the chemical that gets people high, is inactive until it is heated to the right temperature for a sufficient amount of time. This process happens automatically when marijuana is burned or vapourized, but it takes a little more work to cook with it properly. http://crwd.fr/2GQh2dE