How To Make Cannabis-Infused Syrup

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How To Make Cannabis-Infused Syrup

How about deliciously refreshing canna-cocktails? With our simple cannabis-infused syrup recipe, you can make canna-cocktails easily and in no time!

Delicious canna-cocktails aren’t just an awesomely refreshing way for getting a dose of your favourite herb in the summer. You can enjoy great canna-cocktails in any season and they can be just the right thing for your next party! With our simple cannabis-infused syrup recipe, you will have the base to make canna-cocktails quickly and easily - at any time you want!


4 Grams finely ground cannabis

3 Cups water

3 Cups sugar

3 Tablespoons vegetable glycerine (you can get this in well-sorted health food stores, vaping shops or at the pharmacy)

1 Measuring cup with spout

1 Small strainer cheese cloth

1 Glass jars with lid


In a sauce pan, bring the water to a boil. Once the water is boiling, turn the stove down to low to medium heat.

Add your finely-ground weed to the water in the pan and stir frequently while you do that.

Add the sugar and continue stirring the mix.

Cover the sauce pan and have the mix boil on medium heat for about 20 minutes.

After 20 minutes, remove the cover and add the vegetable glycerine to the mix.

Continue boiling at medium heat for about 7-8 minutes and make sure you stir constantly. You will notice the mix to thicken.

Take the pot off the stove and allow the syrup to cool off. When the syrup has cooled enough, pour it into the measuring cup.

Use a small strainer or cheesecloth and strain the cannabis syrup into glass jars that have a lid.

Close the jars with your syrup tightly. It’s best when you keep your cannabis-infused syrup in the fridge.



Written by: Georg
Based in Spain, Georg spends a lot of his time not only geeking out at his computer but in his garden as well. With a burning passion for growing cannabis and researching psychedelics, Georg is well versed in all things psychoactive.

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