Cannabis-Infused Bone Broth

Servings: 1 Large Pot
Time: 36 hours
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Prep Time10 mins
Cook Time1 d 12 hrs

Bone broth is a health-boosting, nutritious food that is made by boiling healthy animal bones with veggies, herbs & spices.
Due to its unparalleled flavor & culinary uses, it is included in almost all 5-star restaurants. Besides these properties, bone broth is also an incredible source of minerals, helps boost your immune system, and improves digestion. It is rich in calcium, phosphorus & magnesium, and has a high collagen content, which makes it great for bones, teeth, hair, nails & skin.
It’s best to use a slow cooker for making broth. It takes several hours to cook, and the longer you cook it, the better it is. As the water evaporates, you have to keep an eye on it, adding water when needed, every few hours or so.
I add decarbed cannabis to my broth, and it takes it to a whole new level of pleasure. It becomes a heart-satisfying food! Usually, some of the cannabis adheres to the collagen & gelatin contained in the fat present on the top of the cooking pot. When you skim off the fat, as the broth cooks, some cannabis also goes with it making the dish mildly high. So, if you want to have a stronger stock, add canna-infused butter or cannabis cooking oil to your cup before eating.

  • 5 lb. beef bones
  • ¼ cup cider vinegar
  • salt and pepper, use as per your preference
  • 2 scrubbed carrots cut into pieces
  • 2 peeled onions cut into wedges
  • 4 grams chopped cannabis
  • 4 peeled garlic cloves
  • 2 celery stalks cut into pieces
  • 2 bay leaves
  • Preheat oven to 240 °F. On a large baking sheet with sides, add bones, onions, carrots, garlic, cannabis & celery. Roast for 1 - 2 hrs. By heating at this temperature for this duration, the bones will be roasted, and the cannabis will be decarbed.
  • Shift the contents in the tray into a crock pot or large stock pot, on the stove. Add cider vinegar, salt, pepper & bay leaves. Cover the contents of ingredients with water. Cook for 24 - 48 hrs, on a gentle simmer.
    Note: Water should be at least 3 inches above contents.
  • Strain bones & veggies from the broth.
  • Use immediately, or keep in refrigerator for up to 1 week, or up to 6 months in freezer.

Cannabis-Infused Bone Broth by BMWO

cannabis infused bone broth recipe

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