In this video, I will show you how to make concentrate cannabutter. If you watched the first part In this video, I will show you how to make concentrate cannabutter. If you watched the first part of this video, then you already know how to decarb the concentrate. You do not have to solidify it to use it, it is ready to use right away. This method is super simple, but very effective. You can make your butter very potent because you could easily put 2 or 3 grams of concentrates in one stick. Just in case you missed it, I have place the video below to make sure you’re caught up to speed.
Now that you know how to decarb your concentrate, we now will take it and make some cannabutter with it.
To begin the infusion process, heat the butter in a saucepan over low heat until the butter begins to melt or show some steam, but without boiling. I recommend using a double boiler to ensure you do not burn your butter. Transfer your concentrate using a dabber or other kitchen utensils into the heated butter or oil. You can also lightly heat the utensil with a lighter or torch to melt the concentrate into the saucepan if need be. Gently stir the mixture to ensure your concentrates quickly become well-distributed into the warm butter. After a few minutes, you extract will be fully mixed with the butter and ready to be used in a recipe. I usually it combine for 5 mins on the stove before pouring into the mold. You do not have to solidify it to use it, it is ready to use now.
Note: Rather than using butter, many cannabis cooks recommend using coconut oil instead due to its high-fat content. Cannabinoids bind to fat lipids.
In this video, the the total THC is 72.62%. That means that this one gram of concentrates has 726.20 mg of THC in it.
When you use concentrates to cook with cannabis, its easy to calculate the THC percentage. You just move the decimal over and its done. If you want to learn how to calculate edible dosage, watch the videos below.