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These delicious fruit gummies are made with just 3 whole food ingredients: fruit, water, and gelatin. They contain no dyes or artificial flavors​ and can be easily infused with CBD or THC concentrate for a relaxing, healthy edible experience.

Healthy Homemade CBD Gummies by Emily Kyle Nutrition

Why Healthy Cannabis Gummies

These healthy cannabis gummies are made with just 3 whole food ingredients: fruit, water, and gelatin and are perfect for supporting a cannabis lifestyle paired with healthy eating.

Unlike traditional cannabis gummies, these gummies contain no artificial dyes, no artificial flavors​, no artificial sweeteners, and no added sugar.

If you don’t have cannabis concentrates available or are looking for a more traditional cannabis gummy alternative, we also have these different gummy recipes available:

What Are CBD or THC Gummies?

CBD, also known as cannabidiol, is a cannabinoid taking the wellness scene by storm, and for a good reason.

Δ9-THC, known as Δ9-Tetrahydrocannabinol, is a cannabinoid loved by both medical and recreational cannabis consumers.

Many anecdotal and evidence-based theories have demonstrated both CBD and THC’s therapeutic value for anxiety, pain, and inflammation.

Consuming CBD or THC gummies may help to improve your physical and/or mental health by interacting with our body’s endocannabinoid system.

The endocannabinoid system is meant to help maintain homeostasis, or balance in the body.

One way we can support our endocannabinoid system is by nourishing it with the powerful anti-inflammatory and neuroprotective properties found within the cannabis plant.

CBD is not intoxicating, meaning it does not give the feeling of intoxication or ‘being high’, while THC can be intoxicating and induce a high feeling.

Both offer many therapeutic health benefits, making them a favorite choice for many of my Cannabis Compass Course students.

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Why CBD or THC Gummies?

Consuming cannabis edibles is a way of consuming CBD or THC other forms of cannabis in food.

For many people, the thought of cannabis edibles conjures up stereotypical images.

Just imagine a friend accidentally eating too much of a ‘special brownie’ and subsequently freaking out or passing out.

Thankfully with the rapid legalization of cannabis, talk of CBD or THC edibles has become much more educated, informed, and diverse.

Along with brownies and cookies, gummies and gummy bears seem to be among the most popular edible choices on the market, especially for first-time consumers.

Gummies continue to be a consumer favorite because they are relatively easy to make, enjoyable to eat, and easy to dose once you know how they affect you personally.

Healthy Homemade CBD Gummies by Emily Kyle Nutrition

Why Homemade Edibles Are Better Than Store-Bought Edibles

As a Holistic Cannabis Practitioner and registered dietitian, my clients come to me looking for ways to improve their health through a holistic lifestyle approach.

An individually designed cannabis regimen is an excellent addition to any healthy lifestyle; however, pairing the perfect regimen with a healthy diet can be tricky.

Unfortunately, many of the cannabis-infused products on the shelves today are filled with ingredients that don’t support good health, including high fructose corn syrup, artificial food dyes, artificial sugar, or tons of unnecessary added sugar.

Like you, many people I’ve worked with are managing their health and wellness with diet and lifestyle changes, which means these products are not right for you or them.

By making your own Healthy Cannabis CBD or THC gummies at home, you will have more control over the ingredients you use, the quality of the ingredients, and the final dosages.

Cannabis Gummies

What is the Right Gummies Dosage?

Properly dosing cannabis is the #1 question I continue to receive on Instagram, in my Well With Cannabis Facebook Community, or real life.

The answer to the dosing question is not cut and dry and is not the same for everyone.

A starting cannabis dosage should be made on a case-by-case basis for each individual, but no matter how you start, it is always recommended to start low and go slow.

There are different concentrations of CBD or THC oil and different situations for which various concentrations would be appropriate.

Thus, different dosages are required for different individuals.

That is why I offer my in-depth Cannabis Compass Online Training Course to help individuals like you determine your own perfect dose. 

Estimating Your Final Dose

Because there is some variability with this recipe, it will take a bit of math to determine how many THC or CBD milligrams are in your final product.

This is because THC or CBD oil can come in many different concentrations, and the mold wells are all different sizes.

To estimate your final CBD gummies dose, you will need to know:

  1. What concentration of cannabis oil or concentrate you are starting with?
  2. How many final gummies did you end up with?

This recipe calls for 1mL of CBD or THC concentrate. Your concentration will determine how strong your final product is.

For example:

You will divide your concentration by the total number of gummies you make.

For example, if your mold yielded 50 gummies, you will get:

  • 16.6mg of CBD oil divided by 50 gummies = 0.33mg per gummy
  • 500mg of CBD concentrate divided by 50 gummies = 10mg per gummy

See the difference? Concentration matters.

This is the formula for determining your final dose:

  • Total milligrams of CBD or THC used divided by the final number of gummies = amount of CBD or THC per gummy

How to Make CBD Gummies At Home

Luckily, after weeks and weeks of testing, I have finally locked down a healthy homemade CBD-infused gummy recipe that I am happy with.

This recipe tastes amazing, it can easily be customized, and all of the ingredients have a health-benefiting property.

Made with real fruits and/or real vegetables, these gummies have a vibrant color, a delicious taste, important vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and even dietary fiber – without anything artificial.

Important Tools to Make Homemade Gummies:

If you are like me, you might want to make your gummies RIGHT NOW, but there are a few things you’re going to need before you can make this recipe.

You can certainly opt for alternatives, but to make these the right way, you’re going to need to order a few things first:

Tips For Making Healthy Cannabis Gummies

  • Set your intention first; how much CBD or THC do you want to use?
  • Do you want to eat the entire batch in one sitting, or do you want to take two-a-day like a supplement along with your daily multivitamin?
  • Using molds, using different shapes or sizes will result in different dosages per gummy, even for a single batch.
  • When making your fruit puree, your fruit puree of choice can be either fresh or canned or frozen and thawed.
  • Depending on the fruit, peel or remove any seeds first as desired.
  • Avoid choosing the following fruits: pineapple, kiwi, ginger root, papaya, figs, or guava.
  • These fruits contain an enzyme that will break down the gelatin protein structures and ruin the recipe.
  • To make your own customizable version with vegetables, use 1/2 fruit paired with 1/2 vegetable puree of choice.
  • While having a dedicated gummy bear mold may be cute and helpful, it is not necessary. You can make this recipe in just about any container you have and cut it to the desired shape and size once the mixture is set. 
Healthy Homemade CBD Gummies by Emily Kyle Nutrition

Frequently Asked Cannabis Gummy Questions

Below are answers to some of the most important frequently asked cannabis gummy questions that were not addressed above.

How To Store These Cannabis Gummies?

Once removed from the gummy molds, you can choose to either air-dry these gummies or simply store them in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to two weeks.

How To Air Dry Cannabis Gummies

If you want to enjoy the gummies right away, they do not need to dry out on the counter or in a dehydrator, but many people prefer to air dry them for enhanced texture and less moisture.

To successfully air dry, or cure the cannabis gummies, you first need to remove them from the molds.

Once free from the molds, you can place them on a wire baking rack, parchment paper, or a paper towel.

Allow these gummies to dry at room temperature for at least 24 hours.

Many people will drape a cheesecloth piece over the gummies to prevent any contaminants from falling on them.

If you do this, ensure you are using a breathable fabric.

If you have a food dehydrator available, you can place the gummies to speed up the process.

Finally, some people prefer to lightly dust their air-dried gummies with a small amount of cornstarch to remove any last bits of moisture.

Can You Freeze These Cannabis Gummies?

If you don’t plan on consuming your gummies within two weeks, you can easily freeze them.

Freezing gummies does not alter the potency of the gummies, and in fact, may even help preserve potency over time.

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Printable Recipe & Instructions

Healthy Homemade CBD Gummies by Emily Kyle Nutrition

Healthy CBD or THC Gummies Made With Concentrate

Yield: Approximately 50 gummies
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 5 minutes
Additional Time: 30 minutes
Total Time: 45 minutes

These delicious fruit gummies are made with just 3 whole food ingredients: fruit, water, and gelatin contain no dyes or artificial flavors​ and can be easily infused with CBD or THC concentrate for a relaxing, healthy edible experience.

Ingredients

Instructions

  1. If you haven't already, puree your fruit of choice in a small food processor or blender until smooth. Set aside.
  2. In a small saucepan over no heat, add the water or juice.
  3. Evenly sprinkle the gelatin over the liquid. Set aside, do not stir, and allow it to stand, or "bloom" for 2 minutes.
  4. After standing for 2 minutes, place the saucepan over medium-low heat. The mixture will be very thick at this point.
  5. Allow the mixture to become liquified. Once liquid, gently stir the mixture until it reaches a temperature of 165°F. Turn off the heat.
  6. Pour the reserved fruit purée into the liquid gelatin, whisking well.
  7. Add the lemon juice and concentrate you are using and stir the mixture well until all ingredients are well combined.
  8. Working quickly using a small pipette, fill your mold with the mixture.
  9. Refrigerate for 30 minutes.
  10. Remove the molds from the refrigerator and count how many total gummies you have made. This will help you determine how many milligrams of CBD or THC are in each gummy.
  11. Carefully pop the gummies out of the mold.
  12. Leave the gummies to air dry for 24 hours or store the gummies immediately in the refrigerator or freezer.

Notes

Lemon juice acts as a natural preservative and mold inhibitor. It does not lend a strong or noticeable flavor to the gummies.

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Nutrition Information:
Yield: 50 Serving Size: 1 gummy
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 10Total Fat: 0gSaturated Fat: 0gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 0gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 0mgCarbohydrates: 0gFiber: 0gSugar: 0gProtein: 0g

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