How to Make Homemade Cannabis-Infused Bone Broth
It’s cold and flu season. Here’s a recipe for bone broth that can be enjoyed by itself or used as a base for soups and sauces. Bone broth can be made with chicken, lamb or any combination of bones.
Using a slow cooker allows you to go about your business while cooking your nourishing broth for hours. And hours. The longer you cook the broth the better it will be. You need to remember that the water evaporates, so check it every few hours and add water as needed. Adding decarbed cannabis adds a whole new level of enjoyment.
Although you skim the fat off the top as it cooks, enough of the cannabis adheres to the gelatin and collagen resulting in a heady, mildly high-making broth. If you are interested in a more potent stock, add cannabis oil or butter to your cup before eating. Roasting the bones and vegetables before cooking will result in a deeper, more complex flavour.