Marijuana Coffee – An amazing recipe for the brain

Recipes involving marijuana have increased in popularity over the years. With the growing trend of cannabis consumption among the millennials, cafés have become very innovative with menus. Regardless of this, marijuana tea and marijuana coffee continue to be two of the most consumed beverages. While it is said that tea and coffee are the most popular hot beverages in South Asia, the trend is catching up in the west as well. Learning how to make cannabis coffee isn't rocket science and is very similar to making cannabis tea.

The idea behind making cannabis coffee is primarily to extract THC or Tetrahydrocannabinol from the plant, which isn't completely soluble in water. THC requires a fatty substance to cling on under conditions of high temperature. Under conditions such as boiling water and the presence of a fatty substance like butter, THC can easily be removed from marijuana for safe consumption.


½ gram of sativa, indica or a combination of both
3 – 3 ½ cups of water
2 Tbsp of better
1 pack of instant coffee or any blend of your preference

How to make?

You'd have to start off with ½ gram of your favorite weed and grind it as fine as possible
Take a small heating pot and fill it with the required quantity of water (as suggested 3 – 3 ½ cups)
Heat the water until it comes to a complete boil and then add 2 Tbsp of butter
Now, add the group up marijuana to the pot
While the stove is at its highest setting, stir occasionally, making sure the cannabis doesn’t stick to the sides of the pot
Let the liquid boil for about 30 minutes
After 30 minutes, you may run this water through a strainer into a coffee mug
You may now add instant coffee of your choice and let it cool for about 5 minutes or until you're comfortable drinking it

It is worth mentioning that even ½ gram of this recipe may have an incredible affect on you. People have felt the affect for more than 12 hours after having a cup of marijuana coffee. It is suggested, you alter the quantity of marijuana combination depending on the affect it has on you. There are multiple reports that suggest a combination of caffeine and THC has a positive impact on the brain, however, this continues to be a debatable topic for many. While many neuroscientists haven’t really concluded on this, it is best left to the discretion of consumers on whether or not they should take it and how often.