Learn how to make delicious, versatile cannabis salt using a cannabis alcohol tincture and your choice of salt for an easy staple recipe that can be used to microdose throughout the day with a wide variety of recipes.
Add the salt to a glass baking dish. Pour the tincture over the salt.
Use a spatula to stir the salt and tincture together, ensuring all of the salt is coated. The mixture will resemble wet sand.
Cover the baking dish with a breathable fabric and place in a safe area to air drying. Allow the mixture to dry for 48-72 hours, stirring every few hours.
You will know when your salt is ready when all of the alcohol has evaporated off and the mixture again resembles dry salt.
Place the infused salt in an air-tight jar and store it in a cool, dry place.
You can not make cannabis-infused salt without the alcohol tincture You can not make cannabis salt with butter, oil, or any other type of fat.
You absolutely do not want to put a solid top or a lid on the pan while the sugar is drying.
If you do not stir the salt enough, it will harden together on itself and create a hard chunk. If this happens, you can use the food processor or a ziplock bag and a rolling pin to break it back up into granules again.
If stored properly, the cannabis salt should last at least 3 months, if not longer.
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