Expect to see coconut oil remain a staple in future cannabis infusions across the market. As major brands continue to innovate, coconut oil should thrive on the ingredient lists of more products to come.
These fatty acids are found in abundance in coconut oil, making it a top contender for those looking for a healthier oil base than butter or canola oil.
Coconut oil has a high concentration of fatty acids (saturated fats). The surplus of these fatty acids in coconut oil create a strong binding agent for cannabinoids.
How to use cannabis coconut oil
If, however, you don’t have access to a dispensary near you or want to try a fun DIY with your own material, you can always make your own at home. Trust us, you’ll go coconuts for this stuff!
Coconut oil has managed to infuse its way into some of the cannabis industry’s most sought-after products, including edibles and topicals, but why?
Coconut oil also contains other sets of beneficial acids that have been known to have a list of potential health benefits. Lauric acid is a great example—when digested, lauric acid creates a monoglyceride that acts as an antimicrobial.
Vermont Farmacy Certified Organic CBD flower is infused into organic coconut oil to create our CBD Coconut Oil. Simple organic ingredients make the best products. Our CBD Coconut Oil tastes earthy and sweet. This delicious CBD product can be used in place of regular coconut oil.
Dosage: 1/4 teaspoon = 10mg CBD
Take under the tongue, add to tea or coffee, apply topically.
This product should be kept refrigerated so that it can retain its solid state.
There are two main ways to make CBD coconut oil at home.
At 150 milligrams of CBD per jar, this oil isn’t that concentrated. But, you prob won’t need as much as other brands. The company uses proprietary colloidal technology which helps the CBD absorb faster and more efficiently.
CBD-infused coconut oil is versatile AF.
This is the wham-bam-thank-you-ma’am of CBD coconut oils — you get 123 milligrams of CBD in just a quarter teaspoon!