How to make cannabis cooking oil (2023)

Tired of dispensary-bought edibles? Cannabis cooking oil is versatile, easy to make, and allows you more control of your cannabis cooking experience. You can infuse any type of oil, including canola, vegetable, olive, peanut, sesame oil, and others—all you need is some weed, a cheesecloth, and a saucepan or slow cooker.

Consuming food made with cannabis cooking oil has a lot in common with consuming edibles or baked goods made with cannabutter—compared to inhalation methods, effects will take longer to kick in, and they tend to last longer and feel stronger.

As will all cannabis edibles, we always recommend you “start low and go slow. Unlike products from licensed dispensaries, homemade edibles are nearly impossible to dose accurately. Eat a little bit and wait at least 45-60 minutes until the effects kick in; only eat more if you want stronger effects. Better to be safe than sorry.

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Benefits of using cannabis cooking oil

The appeal of using cannabis-infused oil while cooking lies in its versatility: you can use it to sauté some veggies, fry up some morning eggs, mix it in a salad dressing, or whatever else you can think of.

Cannabis-infused oils, unlike cannabutter, don’t contain any animal products, making them vegan and kosher. Making your own infused cannaoil also allows you to create the perfect amount you need, and experiment with different recipes, consistencies, and flavors.

Keep in mind that the amount and potency of the cannabis you use will determine the potency of the oil—but you won’t be able to measure exactly how much THC is in it. Exposing it to high heat, such as in a pan while cooking may degrade some of the potency versus using it as a dressing.

However, compared to other cannabis infusions, such as cannabutter in a batch of brownies, the consistency of cannabis cooking oil makes it easier to measure out. You can add a lot to a salad dressing or just drop a little bit in a skillet to cook with your whole meal.

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Types of base oils to infuse with cannabis

Picking the right oil for infusion comes down to your flavor preferences and the dishes you plan on cooking. Oils vary in consistency at room temperature, so think about how you plan to store and use your oil.

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There are many types of oils you can infuse with cannabis:

  • Canola
  • Vegetable
  • Coconut
  • Olive
  • Avocado
  • Sesame
  • Peanut

Canola and vegetable oil have more neutral flavors, whereas sesame, olive, or peanut oil will taste more distinct and might not suit your intended dish.

For something a little more robust in flavor, infuse olive or avocado oil with cannabis. Both stand up well to the grassy, skunky cannabis flavor and store easily in your pantry.

Many oils work well with baking too! You might find one that can do it all, or that you prefer certain oils for specific recipes.

If you want a versatile oil that works well in a stir fry as well as a pie crust, coconut oil is a great option—it adds great flavor to veggies and remains solid enough at room temperature to hold up as a pie crust.

Finding your perfect oil is half the fun. So feel free to get creative!

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Recipe for cannabis cooking oil

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  • Baking sheet
  • Parchment paper
  • Oven or toaster oven
  • Mesh strainer or cheesecloth
  • Cannabis grinder (optional, but blenders and coffee grinder pulverize the cannabis, resulting in edibles with bad-tasting plant material)
  • Saucepan, stock pot, double-boiler, or slow cooker
  • Glass container for the infused oil

When making cannabis cooking oil, we recommend a 1:1 ratio of cannabis to oil. If you want milder effects, use less cannabis.


  • 1 cup (7-10 grams) of ground cannabis flower
  • 1 cup of cooking oil of your choice


  1. Decarb the cannabis. We recommend decarboxylating your weed first, and then putting it in oil. Decarbing your weed turns the non-intoxicating THCA in the plant into THC, the psychoactive compound that will get you high.
    • Set your oven to 245ºF and preheat.
    • Grind or hand-break your buds on the parchment paper on a baking pan. Don’t grind it too finely into a powder, as it will pass through the cheesecloth or strainer and affect the oil.
    • Heat for 30-40 minutes.
  2. Heat oil and decarbed cannabis. Add oil and decarbed cannabis to a double-boiler, slow cooker, or saucepan, and simmer on low heat for 2-3 hours. Make sure the temperature of the oil stays between 160-200ºF.
  3. Strain and store the oil. Put a mesh strainer or cheesecloth over the container for oil and pour the oil/cannabis mixture through it. Do not squeeze it out—this will add more chlorophyll to your oil and make it taste more vegetal. Discard the plant material. The oil will have a shelf life of at least two months and can be extended with refrigeration.

Note: Be cautious when using the oil to prepare dishes that require heating. Do not microwave, and choose low heat whenever possible.

Tips and tricks for the best THC oil

The best THC oil for you will depend on your tastes, preferences, and tolerance. Oils that have a higher fat content, like coconut oil, may bind to your cannabis better than thinner oils.

Adding lecithin when heating and infusing your oil can also increase its potency.

Store your oil in a cool, dark place, ideally in a glass container, to preserve it for as long as you need.

Dosing cannaoil

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Dosing homemade edibles gets tricky—there is no way to know the exact potency of your infused oil without lab-testing it. However, you can make estimates based on the flower you use.

For example, if you are using 7 grams of OG Kush that lists 20% THC, that’s a potential potency of 1400 total mg—though it’s likely that not all of the THC will get activated during decarboxylation and won’t all infuse to the base oil.

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You can dilute your cannabis oil with other oils to ensure you ingest a low dose, and gradually increase your dose as your tolerance and comfort allow.

Why you have to decarb your weed before infusing cannaoil

If you want to feel high, you will need to decarboxylate your weed before making your cannaoil. Simply heating the cannabis in the base oil on the stove isn’t enough heat to activate the THCA into THC. While raw cannabis has many antioxidants and health benefits, you won’t get the plant’s full scope of effects without decarbing.

Tips for reducing odor when making cannabis oil

As it takes hours to infuse coconut oil, a weed odor may build up in your kitchen via steam and the decarbing process.

The trick for reducing odor is using the right equipment for decarboxylation. and maintaining ventilation.

Turn on a vent or fan while infusing the oil to keep the smell down, or open a window. If you’re concerned about the neighbors smelling it, stick to the fan or vent.

But accidents happen! If you find yourself in a situation where your space is too pungent, check out our article on how to get rid of the cannabis odor.

How to cook with cannabis cooking oil

Now that you have successfully infused your oil of choice, be sure to try a little before you make an entire meal. You want to make sure the dosage is right so the meal is delicious as well as enjoyable afterward.

Also, be sure not to heat the infused oil too hot when cooking a dish, which can burn out the THC, leaving you with plain cooking oil.

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Now get cooking! Leafly has an ever-growing list of cannabis recipes that call for cooking oil that you can substitute with your new infusion. Consider trying:

Tips for reducing odor when making cannabis oil

As it takes hours to infuse coconut oil, a weed odor may build up in your kitchen via steam and the decarbing process.

The trick for reducing odor is using the right equipment for decarboxylation. and maintaining ventilation.

Turn on a vent or fan while infusing the oil to keep the smell down, or open a window. If you’re concerned about the neighbors smelling it, stick to the fan or vent.

But accidents happen! If you find yourself in a situation where your space is too pungent, check out our article on how to get rid of the cannabis odor.

How to cook with cannabis cooking oil

Now that you have successfully infused your oil of choice, be sure to try a little before you make an entire meal. You want to make sure the dosage is right so the meal is delicious as well as enjoyable afterward.

Also, be sure not to heat the infused oil too hot when cooking a dish, which can burn out the THC, leaving you with plain cooking oil.

Now get cooking! Leafly has an ever-growing list of cannabis recipes that call for cooking oil that you can substitute with your new infusion. Consider trying:

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What’s best: Cannaoil or cannabutter?

Cannaoil and cannabutter can serve similar purposes in your cooking, but you may find that one suits your preferences better. Cannaoil is easier to store and dose, but cannabutter may suit the consistency of the dish better than oil. What’s best depends on what you plan to cook up.

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What is the best homemade cannabis oil? ›

Cannabis is fat-soluble, which means it must bind to fat molecules in order to be digested; it's not possible to make fat-free edibles. The best oil for making cannabis cooking oil is olive oil, coconut oil, or avocado oil.

Can cannabis oil be used for cooking? ›

While not as soluble and potent as it is in beverages, CBD still has effectiveness in food. Most of the time, cooking with CBD oil won't alter the taste or texture of the dish, allowing you to freely add the potential health benefits of CBD to whatever you're making.

How long should I cook my cannabis oil for? ›

Let the cannabis infusion cook for as long as you can. We recommend 4 – 6 hours in a slow cooker, 6 – 8 hours in a double-boiler, and at least 3 hours in a saucepan. Once the time's elapsed, let the cannaoil cool so that it's safe to handle.

Can you mix cannabis oil and vegetable oil? ›

First thing you can do is add the cannabis oil to another fat, such as a neutral flavored oil like vegetable oil. This helps thin out the very viscous THC and CBD oils. To do this gently heat the two oils together and allow them to cool to make sure there is no separation.

Is it better to make cannabis butter or oil? ›

Toklas.” Objectively, the most common way to make weed-laced snacks is marijuana butter, but baking with cannabis oil can be even more effective. While these two products have many similar uses and come from the same cannabis plant, they're produced and used in very different ways.

What is the ingredient in cannabis oil? ›

Cannabidiol (CBD) is a compound found in marijuana.

CBD can be derived from hemp or from non-hemp plants. Hemp is defined as any part of the cannabis sativa plant with no more than 0.3% of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the mind-altering substance in marijuana.

Does cannabis oil get stronger the longer you cook it? ›

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With cannabis, the key is not to heat it above a specific temperature. If time wasn't a factor, you could decarb it under the broiler and finish it in 5 minutes. When infusing your oil on the stove, ensure that your oil never goes above 200ºF.

What are the benefits of cooking with cannabis? ›

It contains hundreds of cannabinoids that interact with the endocannabinoid system (ECS) in our bodies, which in turn repairs imbalances in biochemistry and neurochemistry, and produces wonderful effects like relief from chronic pain, nausea, muscle spasms, and loads more.

Does cannabis oil have a taste? ›

There are various factors that affect the taste of CBD oil, but in its raw, unprocessed state, the flavour tends to be hempy, earthy and bitter. (Translation: not great.) However, when properly processed and mixed with delicious flavourings – like citrus or mint – it becomes the best part of your day (or night).

What happens if you over cook cannabis? ›

Overcooking your cannabis at any part of the process can damage or diminish its potency, making the final edible less impressive.

What color should cannabis cooking oil be? ›

As we've mentioned above, in its natural state, the Cannabis sativa L. plant matter contains chlorophyll so with less filtering, the colour will be green like the plant. If it has been filtered to remove the phytocomplex, the oil may appear more golden coloured.

How do you make strong canna oil? ›

  1. If your cannabis is not yet decarboxylated, grind or tear it up into fairly small pieces. ...
  2. Add water to the bottom pan of your double-boiler. ...
  3. Stir in 7-10 grams of decarboxylated cannabis into the melted oil. ...
  4. Continue to heat the cannabis and oil over a low heat for 30 to 60 minutes, stirring occasionally.
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What is cannabis oil equivalent to? ›

The equivalency factor is based on the quantity of dried cannabis that is required to produce 1 mL of cannabis oil. It takes approximately 1 g of dried flowers to produce 4 mL of cannabis oil. Thus, the equivalency factor is 4:1. Each bottle of oil (40 mL) is equivalent to 10 g of dried flowers on your authorization.

Can you infuse oil too long? ›

IMPORTANT: Cooked oils will go rancid if left out too long.

Use within three months.

Is cannabis oil the same as Marijuanas? ›

Cannabis oils are extracts from cannabis plants. Unprocessed, they contain the same 100 or so active ingredients as the plants, but the balance of compounds depends on the specific plants the oil comes from.

How many sticks of butter for 1 ounce of cannabis? ›

The amount of cannabis used will vary depending on how much butter you would like to make. Typically, 1 ounce of flower to 6 sticks of butter (3 cups) will yield approximately 4 cannabutter sticks.

What color is potent canna oil? ›

It should appear darker in color – usually light brown or yellow, and not as green as fresh cannabis.

How much cannabis do you need to make a pound of butter? ›

Depending on your ratio, an ounce of weed could make one to two pounds of cannabutter. People seeking especially strong concentrations might use a 1:1 ratio — one ounce of cannabis to one pound of butter. The more typical ratio, however, is 1/2 ounce cannabis to one pound butter.

What are the two most active ingredients in cannabis? ›

The two main cannabinoids are delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and cannabidiol (CBD). The most commonly known of the two is delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), which is the chemical that is responsible for the psychoactive effects of cannabis.

Is cannabis oil different than CBD oil? ›

The key difference between CBD oil and Cannabis Oil is that the latter often contains far more THC – sometimes up to 90% THC. This is worth bearing in mind, because substances that exceed the 0.2% level are illegal in the UK, and those that exceed 0.3% are illegal in much of the USA.

Is hemp oil the same as cannabis oil? ›

CBD oil and hemp oil are both derived from the plant cannabis sativa, but they're not the same thing, and they won't have the same effects on the body. Hemp oil comes from industrial hemp, which is the term used to designate cannabis grown for food and fiber (not weed).

How long will 1 gram of cannabis oil last? ›

What about 1 gram? If you're sticking to puffs under three seconds, most 0.5-gram carts will last between 80 and 160 puffs. A typical 1-gram oil cart should keep going twice as long—for 160 to 320 puffs. Based on these numbers, a weed cart can last for as little as a week or two with frequent use.

Why is my canna oil so dark? ›

Every time you vape, the oil is subject to the application of heat and oxygen which leads to the oxidation process. This causes a change in the color of the oil. The older the vape oil, the more likely it has gone through the oxidation process and the darker the oil.

How long to decarb cannabis for oil? ›

Now, decarboxylate the cannabis on 250°F for 25-30 minutes. You could also use a lower temperature for slightly longer time to preserve more terpenes (e.g. 230°F for 45 minutes).

Are the chefs high on cooked with cannabis? ›

Do the people really get high during the filming of this show? Yes, and many of the judges make references to showing up to the taping already high. Each episode has a “THC timeout” after the judges sample the dishes so that they can let the cannabis do its thing.

Are there any benefits to eating raw cannabis? ›

Studies have also shown that consuming raw cannabis has the potential to treat lupus, arthritis and neurodegenerative diseases, help stimulate appetite and decrease nausea, prevent the spread of malignant prostate cancer cells, and prevent cell damage that can lead to serious illness and poor health.

Is cannabis a superfood? ›

Cannabis can be grouped as a superfood because of its health benefits, nutrient value, and chemical compounds. Cannabis seeds, specifically Cannabis sativa (hemp), contain many amino acids, proteins, and healthy fatty acids. Hemp seeds contain iron, calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, zinc, and folate.

Why do you put cannabis oil under your tongue? ›

Sublingual administration refers to when a person places a drug under their tongue, which allows the drug to absorb directly into the bloodstream. As such, this may allow the compounds of CBD to enter the bloodstream rapidly and directly because there are numerous blood vessels under the tongue.

What is the best flavor of cannabis? ›

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  • Sour Diesel Lemon Kush. Diesel is one of the strongest, most flavorful strains out there, but some complain that it's a bit heady and strong to smoke. ...
  • GSC. Girl Scout Cookies is everyone's favorite strain, and there's a good reason. ...
  • Zkittles. ...
  • Papaya Punch. ...
  • Island Sweet Skunk: ...
  • Dutch Cheese.
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How long does it take to cook cannabis? ›

If you're using a slow cooker, you'll want to cook on low heat for at least 6 to 8 hours, but as long as 2 or 3 days if you want it really well infused and potent. If you're using a saucepan, you'll want to heat it for about half that time, but at least 3 hours.

Why is my cannabutter so green? ›

The stronger the weed, the stronger the pot butter, so plan accordingly. If your tolerance is low, then you can use and eat less. Finished cannabutter ends up being lightly green, which also serves as a visual cue that the herb has been melted, cooked, and whisked appropriately.

How often do you stir cannabis oil? ›

Don't forget to stir the bud every 10 minutes or so, to ensure it cooks evenly. While it's common sense to want to use a high-quality flower to make your canna-oil, you don't necessarily have to pick up a fresh batch each time.

Does cannabis need dark or light to dry? ›

The ideal drying room must be dark, as light can damage the THC in your buds. While it does not hurt to have a light source inside to check on the progress of your buds, you should keep it off most of the time, and block all other passages of light that can enter the room.

Should cannabis oil be dark or light? ›

Oil Quality

Color – The best oils are light amber, yellow, or gold color; stay away from odd colors or oils that are exceptionally dark.

What is more potent canna oil or cannabutter? ›

Because cannabutter doesn't dissolve solubilized THC as efficiently as oil (because they contain different ratios of cannabinoids instead of non-cannabinoid plant material), the butter is typically used in higher quantities when cooking; it's simply less potent than cannaoil.

Does coconut oil make edibles stronger? ›

Move over, cannabutter. Weed-infused coconut oil packs the potency without the animal fat for plant-based edibles. Nearly pure fat, coconut oil effortlessly binds to the cannabinoids in weed and has a higher smoke point than some other oils.

What is the best thing to mix canna oil with? ›

Cannabis oil mixes very well with mango because they share a compound called myrcene. Simply add a few drops of your cannabis oil into your favorite smoothie recipe and enjoy. Cannabis tea is becoming increasingly popular.

Is cannabis oil better than flower? ›

In most cases, choosing cannabis oil or flower is really a personal choice. Oils offer a more potent product, while flowers is a more traditional, natural option.

How many types of cannabis oil are there? ›

There are three main types of CBD oil that you'll hear about: Isolate (CBD) Full Spectrum CBD oil. Broad Spectrum CBD oil.

What is the shelf life of homemade infused oil? ›

Other methods of infusing oils involve using fresh herbs and refrigerating the product to use within 2 to 4 days or preparing the oils using dried herbs and refrigerating the oil for up to three months.

Does infused oil need to be refrigerated? ›

Keep in mind that all cold infused oils need to be refrigerated. Moisture that's found in fresh ingredients may cause bacteria growth if left at room temperature. Keep your oils safe by refrigerating them shortly after you make or use them.

How do you know how strong your infused oil is? ›

The only way to know precisely how much CBD or THC is in your infusion is through lab-testing.
Before you try to guess your infusion's strength, you'll need to ask yourself a few questions, such as:
  1. Did you decarb your cannabis well?
  2. How long did you infuse your carrier?
  3. How well did you strain your mixture?
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Is cannabis oil illegal in the United States? ›

If CBD oil comes from hemp, it is federally legal. If CBD oil comes from marijuana, it is federally illegal. State laws, however, vary widely. Every U.S. state allows for the use of cannabis in some form, but each state's laws are different.

Are edibles made with cannabis oil? ›

Cannabis oil

A stepping-stone to all kinds of yummy edibles is cannabis-infused oil. It forms the foundation for gummies, chocolates, and treats galore. Also known as canna oil. Any oil you have on hand—such as olive or coconut oil— can be infused with flower or concentrate and used for cooking.

What is the best solvent for cannabis oil? ›

The most commonly used alcohol-based solvent for cannabis oil extraction is ethanol. Ethanol possesses inherent polarity which enables it with the propensity to mix in water for dissolving chlorophyll-based molecules that are water-soluble.

What is the best oil to use for making CBD oil? ›

MCT oil is the most common carrier oil for CBD products. It can be derived from coconut or palm kernel oil, but coconut is the most common source. On labels, it's sometimes listed as fractionated coconut oil, which means it contains more liquid than solid compared to normal coconut oil, thanks to fatty acids.

What is the easiest cannabis concentrate to make? ›

Rosin is one of the simplest forms of concentrate production. With low heat and high pressure, you can extract a concoction of the easily accessible psychoactive and non-psychoactive compounds cannabis has to offer.

What is the best oil to infuse for cannabis gummies? ›

Opt for MCT oil or coconut oil. Why? MCT oil is tasteless and remains liquid at room temperature, giving your gummies a more jiggly consistency. It's full of health benefits, such as boosting the immune system, promoting healthy gut bacteria, and maintaining healthy hormone levels and weight.

What is culinary solvent for cannabis? ›

Be sure to use source only non-denatured food grade ethyl alcohol (ethanol) to make your cannabis tincture. Beware of alcohols containing additives including methanol, benzene, hexane, or other toxic denaturants.

What emulsifier to use for cannabis oil? ›

Emulsifier: Lecithin, which is available in powder, granules and liquid form, is an emulsifier, which is suitable for food and medical products. For cannabis oil emulsions, lecithin is one of the most common emulsifiers. Other emulsifiers, which give good effects are gum arabic or starch-based emulsifiers.

What ratios for cannabis oil? ›

Ratios of CBD:THC can range between >20:1 all the way to 1:10. As a general rule of thumb, anything higher than a CBD:THC ratio of 10:1 should not elicit a high.

What is the strongest cannabinoid? ›

THC-P. This brings us to the last and most potent psychoactive cannabinoid on the market. THC-P is derived from the hemp plant and also extracted similarly to Delta-8 THC, but it's wildly potent. THC-P is 30x stronger than Delta-9 THC, but some research indicates that it's actually 33x stronger.

What strain has the highest CBD? ›

High CBD Cannabis Strains
  • Harlequin. Perhaps the most famous high-CBD strain, Harlequin typically comes in at roughly a 5:2 CBD/THC ratio. ...
  • ACDC. Another fan favorite, ACDC averages around a 20:1 CBD/THC ratio. ...
  • Cannatonic. ...
  • Ringo's Gift.
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What is the most potent CBD flower? ›

If you feel like needing to start your day on a high note, Skywalker OG is the perfect choice of flower for you. The total CBD content in this flower comes around to be 20.94, making Skywalker OG one of the most potent flowers on the market. Cherry Wine is one of the customer-favorite CBD flowers from Cheef Botanicals.

Which preparation of cannabis is most potent? ›

Hashish, named after the Persian founder of the Assassins of the 11th century (Ḥasan-e Ṣabbāḥ), is the most potent of the cannabis preparations, typically being at least twice as strong, but sometimes being as many as 10 times as strong, as marijuana.

What is the best mix for cannabis? ›

Loam is a mixture of clay, sand, and silt, bringing forth the best qualities of these disparate types of soil while minimizing their worst attributes. The optimal ratio for loam is 20% clay, 40% silt and 40% sand. Most folks think a pH of 6.0 is best for cannabis, with a range of 5.8 to 6.3 being acceptable.

What is the best organic mix for cannabis? ›

Loamy. Loamy soil is a combination of sand, silt, and clay soils with added organic compounds. It is one of the best soil types for growing cannabis as it offers optimal water retention and drainage, and it's rich in nutrients and oxygen.

How much cannabis for 2 cups of oil? ›

Cannabis oil only requires two ingredients: 1 cup of ground cannabis and 1 cup of the oil of your choice. Items needed: a strainer or cheesecloth.

Is coconut oil good to infuse cannabis? ›

Weed-infused coconut oil packs the potency without the animal fat for plant-based edibles. Nearly pure fat, coconut oil effortlessly binds to the cannabinoids in weed and has a higher smoke point than some other oils. Use refined coconut oil for a more neutral flavor.


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