Sieve and cheesecloth
The quantities of each ingredient will largely depend on your tolerance.
As a general rule, 0.5-1g per 1/4 litre of milk will be sufficient for most.
If you use more than this in a regular joint, then up the dose per 1/4 litre proportionately.
Important: The milk used must be full fat. Fat is required to bind the cannabinoids from your cannabis into the milk.
Choosing a low-fat milk will be much less efficient.
1Grind up your cannabis into a fine powder. The finer you grind it, the better it will infuse the milk.
2Pour the milk into a pan and place it on a medium heat so that it begins to simmer, but not fully boil.
3Add your cannabis to the milk and stir everything together thoroughly.
4Allow the mix to continue bubbling away for another hour, stirring every now and again.
5Be sure to keep a close eye on it to make sure it doesn’t boil over.
6 After an hour, turn off the heat and allow the milk mix to cool.
7Strain the mix through your sieve and cheesecloth into an airtight container.
8This will remove the plant matter and leave you with some ready to use cannabis infused milk!
9It is as simple as that! Just be sure to store your cannabis milk in the fridge, and use it before the milk’s original expiry date.
10It is the perfect ingredient to make so many other tasty treats with, to dip cookies in, or just use as a refreshing, yet buzzing drink!