We’ve all heard stories of grandmas accidentally taking their grandson’s weed stash and then making one hell of a teacup.
If you think that would make an awesome movie, you should probably go watch Grandma’s Boy (2006) right now.
All jokes aside, we are here today to talk solely about the fine art of brewing the most epic pot of weed tea, so let’s jump right in.
As simple as it may sound, the only goal of making weed tea is to administer cannabinoids (like THC and CBD) into your system.
If you make it right, weed tea has a normal taste—just like any other tea.
Drinking weed tea makes consumers abnormally uplifted and ready to tackle all daily chores.
It will give you the energy you need to get through rough mornings and take you to sleep after exhausting days.
Weed tea has double the effect when combined with some delicious and tasty weed cookies or weed brownies.
The “tea brownie” experience is very extreme and beginners in the world of cannabis should not be experimenting with cannabis tea and edibles at the same time unless they have the explicit desire of waking up 12 hours later with a black hole in their stomach and an empty fridge.
Potent weed tea is made by using the most potent weed strain you can find.
If you want to measure the dosage of THC in a single cup, the math is pretty simple:
If you are using a strain with about 15% THC, one cup made using one gram of that cannabis strain will have about 150mg of THC.
As with any tea, the strength of the infusion will depend on how long you allow it to steep—longer equals stronger tea.
If you aren’t familiar with the process of steeping weed tea, this means that the longer you leave the weed to soak in your cup, the stronger will be both the taste and the high.
Weed tea can be mixed with a variety of condiments, just like regular tea.
Adding honey, milk, lemon or other spices will not change the chemical composition of cannabinoids, which means that it won’t affect your high.
Weed tea has been known as a cure for several conditions and symptoms, such as morning sickness for example.
If you are new to using cannabis, here’s something you should know before drinking your first cup:
The effects of marijuana-infused tea generally manifest slowly.
People report that they usually start experiencing effects 30 to 60 minutes after drinking the tea.
However, this depends also on your metabolism, the potency of cannabis used to make the tea, your THC tolerance levels, and other factors.
Here are the necessary tools and ingredients that you will need to make a batch of weed tea.
Preparation time: 10 minutes
There are many misconceptions surrounding weed tea, how it’s made and which effects it produces on the human body and brain.
Here are some of the most frequently asked questions you have to know the answers to before making your first pot of weed tea.
Yes, weed tea can get you very high. Some users report liking this high more than the sudden, invasive high when smoking.
Yes, weed tea can be kept in a fridge for several days, or even a week, if you don’t put any sugar or milk in it.
Weed tea doesn’t lose potency over time, although it shouldn’t be kept outside the fridge for too long.
There isn’t any proof that weed tea can go bad, but it can have a much stronger taste and smell after a few days.
Yes, weed tea can make you sick if you drink too much, or your stomach isn’t really taking it well.
It tastes a lot like soaked and squeezed weed, but also it’s a little buttery. Weed tea has a very unique taste to it.
Yes, weed tea often has a very strong smell of weed. The longer you keep it, the stronger the smell might become.
Depending on how much you’ve consumed, THC from weed tea stays in your body from several days to several weeks. Check out this graph for more info.
One medium cup (2 dl or 6-7 Oz) is about the right measure, but depending on your size and tolerance you can make adjustments. Never drink more than 2 full cups though.
It takes about 30 to 60 minutes for weed tea to kick in.
Weed tea can be a good way for asthmatics to consume cannabis, as it does not irritate the airways like smoking and vaping.
Weed tea is healthy as much as cannabis is—there are plenty of studies that show the health effects of cannabis, depending on the strain. In the right dosages, weed tea can help relieve anxiety, nausea, stress and many more symptoms and conditions.
Drinking weed tea will give you a long and balanced high, however, it is not as strong as when smoking.
Yes, you can, but make sure to do this for each cup you make and not the whole tea, as it can significantly shorten the tea’s “best before date”.
Yes, this will make it taste less like weed and much more sweet than just drinking it straight, but I wouldn’t recommend putting any sugar in.
Yes, there are other techniques for making weed tea. Mixing weed with coconut oil instead of cannabutter will have the same effect.
Yes, in the sense that it gives you the same long and powerful high. An empty stomach will also make the tea much more powerful.
Weed tea can be stronger than edibles, depending on how much tea you drink, and also what you ate that day.