Cannabinoids and where it is legal, THC are trending this Thanksgiving. People all over the country are praising the benefits of CBD, so it is no surprise to see it on the dinner table Thursday.
Kiva Confections launched a cannabis-infused gravy available for a limited time this holiday season. The gravy comes as a powder containing 10mg of THC and is made with turkey stock, salt, onion, and garlic. To prepare, heat to a boil in a saucepan and stir with a whisk.
While cannabis is not legal everywhere or either medical or recreational use, there are plenty of ways to incorporate the benefits of cannabis with CBD.
Adding CBD to food is a fun, easy, and tasty way to take your daily dose, and share with family and friends. A survey conducted by the American Psychological Association revealed 38 percent of respondents experience increase stress during the holidays. Reduce stress this Thanksgiving by adding some CBD to your favorite holiday dishes. Here are a few ideas to get your CBD fix, relax, and have your turkey dinner.
Gravy and Sauces
If you can’t legally purchase the now Internet famous cannabis gravy, try adding CBD to yours. The oils and fats in gravy help CBD distribute evenly. CBD has a low boiling point, and gravies and sauces are not cooked on high heats making them the perfect dish to add CBD to.
Oils and Fats
CBD is best used when added to oils and fats. A popular way to cook with CBD is by making CBD butter. This quick and easy recipe can be used in a variety of dishes, including on your Thanksgiving turkey!
Perhaps the easiest and most effective way to add CBD to food is with a beverage. Add CBD to your coffee after dinner with some pumpkin pie, or try this CBD-infused apple cider.
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