Video: How to make CBD-enriched coconut strawberry chia yogurt
Cannabidiol, otherwise known as CBD, has been an ongoing craze among the wellness industry with more studies revealing its healing properties, aiding conditions from inflammation to anxiety. Next it’s coming for the culinary world, as new ingredients to prepare homemade canna-concoctions hit the mainstream market: enter Tantalus Labs’ Cannatonic strain.
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Deemed the “Kitchen Aid of Cannabis” by Forbes, they’re helping the everyday consumer get crafty in the kitchen. Meesh Coles, a Vancouver-based holistic nutritionist, demonstrates how to infuse coconut oil using Tantalus Labs’ Cannatonic. Cannatonic is a high CBD, virtually no THC strain, making it the perfect flower to infuse this recipe.
CBD’s absence of psychoactive effects make this dish perfect for first thing in the morning or just before bed, as you won’t feel a “high.”
Undertones of earthy cedar and fresh rain personify the lush BC climate it hails from. It’s a great choice for an uplifting, mellow high without sacrificing rich aromas or fluffy, soft buds; the best BC cannabis has to offer.
CBD’s absence of psychoactive effects make this dish perfect for first thing in the morning or just before bed…
Combine the infused cannabis oil with chia seeds, salt, sweetener, bananas, and strawberries into a blender. Blend all ingredients on high until the chia seeds break down to make more of a yogurt-like texture (about a minute), versus a traditional chia pudding. After refrigerating to set, take on-the-go or decorate with fresh fruit for an acai bowl alternative!