Making THC-O Edibles

THC-O is a very desired cannabinoid these days. It is super potent and ingesting it will definitely get you zooted! You can make a variety of edibles with THC-O, so take a minute to read a little more about THC-O, then give the edible recipe a whirl.

What is THC-O and What Makes it Different From Other Cannabinoids?

-THC-O is a unique cannabinoid. It is not a naturally occurring cannabinoid. Rather it is considered a semi-synthetic cannabinoid.
-When the Acetate molecule is added, it changes the structure and effect to the cannabinoid. At this point, it is no longer a naturally occurring cannabinoid.

What Do I Need to Know About THC-O?

-THC-O may provide a psychedelic effects.
-THC-O can be up to three times as potent as Delta 9 THC.
-THC-O is not activated until after it is metabolized by the liver.
– It can take up to 1 hour to feel any psychoactive effects from the THC-O.


  • ●  Distillate
  • ●  Melted Butter
  • ●  Lecithin
  • ●  White Chocolate
  • ●  Food coloring


    Prepare the Cannabutter

  • ●  Add vial of distillate to a bowl
  • ●  Pour in hot water
  • ●  Measure out some melted butter
  • ●  Place the bowl of butter in a pot and simmer it for a few minutes
  • ●  Squeeze in the distillate
  • ●  Add the lecithin
  • ●  Stir the mixture thoroughly

    Infuse the Chocolate

  • ●  Place white chocolate chunks into a bowl
  • ●  Microwave the chocolate for about one minute
  • ●  Mix the chocolate
  • ●  Microwave the chocolate for another minute
  • ●  Mix well until the chocolate is creamy
  • ●  Mix the cannabutter in and stir well
  • ●  Squeeze in a couple of drops of food coloring and mix well

Prepare the Molds

  • ●  Pour the infused chocolate into a silicone mold
  • ●  Place the mold in the refrigerator
  • ●  Once the chocolate is fully cooled, take out of the fridge and pop each chocolate piece

    from the mold

    THC-O is a powerful cannabinoid and a little bit goes a long way. You can always have some on hand to make your edibles which may help with pain and other non-pleasant ailments. Don’t forget it takes a bit of time to feel the effects of THC-O, so start off slowly so you don’t get undesirable effects.  I personally don’t consume THCO but this is for people who like THCO.

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