How much weed do you need for 1/4 cup butter?

How much weed do you need for 1/4 cup butter?

How much weed do you need for 1/4 cup butter?

Here is how it works: Our CannaButter is 188 milligrams of THC for 1/4 cup of butter. If your recipe calls for 1/4 cup of butter, you would simply divide 188 by the number of servings (i.e. cookies, brownies, etc.). This will give you each doses edible.

How do you make cannabutter with 1 cup of butter?

Additionally, when making weed butter, if the 1:1 ratio of weed to butter seems too strong, you can use half as much cannabis flower—try 1/2 cup of ground flower, or 3-4 grams, to 1 cup of butter. Likewise, if you want stronger cannabutter, you can add more: Try 1 1/4 cups ground flower to 1 cup of butter, or more.

How much butter does an eighth of weed make?

Most cannabutter recipes will tell you to use between an eighth (3.5 grams) and a quarter (7 grams) per cup (2 sticks) of butter. By this math, you would be able to make a full pound of butter with an ounce of cannabis flower.

How much is an ounce of butter in weed?

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.

Is 3.5 grams enough to make edibles?

If you’re making 12 cookies, adding 3.5 grams (one eighth) of cannabis will give you 12 cookies of about 29.1 mg each, or 24 cookies with 14.5 mg each. If your cannabis is 24%,, you’ll have 240 mg of cannabis in one gram. This would yield 12 cookies of 60 mg per cookie, or 24 cookies of 30mg each.

How much weed do I need for 250 grams of butter?

Ingredients and Equipment

28g of cured trimmings Preferably the small, sugary bud leaves
14g of cannabis blossoms Choose the quality you like
250g of salted butter Salted butter = higher melting point
300ml of tap water Plus approximately 50ml for every hour of simmering)
1x cooking pot Pan works fine

How much butter is 30g of weed?

3 cups unsalted butter. 17-30g cannabis flower, depending on strain potency and preference.