Purple Queen Hindu Kush x Purple Afghani 450 - 500 gr/m 2 80 - 120 cm 7 - 8 weeks THC: 22% (aprox.) / CBD: Low 25% Sativa, 75% Indica, 0% Ruderalis 650 - 700 g/per plant (dried) 175 - 210 October Relaxed and Euphoric. Hindu Kush x Purple Afghani 450 - 500 gr/m 2 80 - 120 cm 7 - 8 weeks THC: 22% (aprox.) / CBD: Low. 25% Sativa, 75% Indica, 0% Ruderalis 450 - 500 g/per plant (dried) 175 - 210 cm October Relaxed and Euphoric.
Royal Cookies will add some serious kick to your space cakes. This potent lady produces THC levels of 23%, enough to satisfy the most veteran of cannabis users. This indica-dominant specimen is the result of a breeding project involving parent strain Cookies Forum, and contains 80% indica genetics and 20% sativa genetics. Her flowers give off scents of sweet nectar, adding such sugary tastes to the mix when used in baking. Eating a space cake loaded with Royal Cookies will produce a deeply stoning high that is both relaxing and euphoric—effects that will last for hours. Royal Cookies yields up to 525g/m² when grown indoors, reaching a height of between 80–110cm.
Outdoor plants will achieve 500g/plant and stretch taller to 180cm, with flowers ready to harvest during the middle of October. Royal Cookies Cookies Forum x Cookies Forum 450 - 525 gr/m 2 80 - 110 cm 8 - 9 weeks THC: 23% (aprox.) / CBD: Low 20% Sativa, 80% Indica, 0% Ruderalis 450 - 500 g/per plant (dried) 175 - 210 Middle of October Relaxed and Euphoric. Cookies Forum x Cookies Forum 450 - 525 gr/m 2 80 - 110 cm 8 - 9 weeks THC: 23% (aprox.) / CBD: Low. 20% Sativa, 80% Indica, 0% Ruderalis 650 - 700 g/per plant (dried) 175 - 210 cm Middle of October Relaxed and Euphoric. Eating space cakes isn’t just about getting super high, it’s also about therapeutic effects for many users. This interesting specimen is incredibly rich in CBD, with almost no THC present. She features around 21% CBD alongside 1% THC, allowing users to experience the beneficial effects of CBD without getting high in the process. These values have created an industry-leading CBD:THC ratio of 21:1. Eating these space cakes will offer a clear and relaxing sensation. Solomatic CBD flowers contain terpenes that create scents and flavours of sweetness, fruit, ginger, and pine—amazing additions to any space cake. Solomatic CBD is very easy to grow and, as an autoflowering variety, does not require a change in the light cycle to induce flowering. Growers will be rapidly rewarded with a handsome yield as this strain springs from sprout to harvest in as little as 9 weeks. With the general public’s stance on marijuana decidedly different than it was a decade ago thanks to changes throughout the US, allowing both medical and recreational usages in various states, a happy byproduct is that we have better information than ever when it comes to making weed edibles — a delivery system that continues to reinvent the way that people get high. While weed edibles these days run the gamut from Thanksgiving recipes to cupcakes, there is no denying that baking cookies or brownies remains an all-time classic. However, knowing how to make edibles requires a certain amount of knowledge, both of cooking and marijuana, to craft the perfect batch. After all, people are looking for something that both tastes good and is potent. Unfortunately, you can’t get that by simply slapping some pre-bought mix on a cookie sheet, adding crumbled weed, and lobbing it in the oven. We’ve got you covered when it comes to how to make weed edibles and the perfect edibles recipe. So you’ve got some weed and want to start making edibles. In fact, many might be more at ease handling the marijuana aspect of this gambit than the cooking. But rather than think of your weed edible’s potency as the number one goal, instead think of getting some quality chocolate, such as Guittard or Scharffen Berger. From there, you’ll want to also pick up six large eggs, two sticks of unsalted butter, vanilla extract, sugar, all-purpose flour, baking powder, and kosher salt. From a utilitarian perspective, you’ll also need a cookie sheet lined with parchment paper, a weed grinder, food processor, wooden spoon, cheesecloth, and two large pots. Then let’s learn how to make edibles so that these weed cookies can eventually turn into weed cake in the future. Like with junk food, picking the right strain for making edibles depends on the mood you’re in and the social situation you’re planning for. A simple question to ask is, “Daytime cookie or nighttime cookie?” Although weed impacts everyone differently, sativas give users energy and indicas are better for relaxation and sleep.
Want your cookies to make you want to get up and conquer the world? We suggest Sour Diesel, White Widow, Casey Jones, Golden Goat, or Lemon Skunk. But if you prefer something for you, your Netflix account, and a planned rendezvous with your bed, opt for strains like Bubba Kush, Granddaddy Purple, or White Fire Alien OG. There’s a reason why marijuana is most commonly smoked rather than eaten. Without heating it up or burning it, raw weed is actually non-psychoactive, chock full of THCA, and actually considered a “superfood” by some, who note 400 different chemical compounds inside the plant, including vitamins, essential oils, and acids. Thus, to begin the weed edible process, a chef must prepare the weed so the elements that make a person feel high are present in the pastry. As High Times noted, “If you want to get high, you’ll need to cook it, and you’ll need to do it right so you don’t waste it.” The boiling temperature for THC is 314ºF, and heating your cannabis too much for too long will result in lowered potency. The process itself, however, is rather straightforward: 1. If you have an oven thermometer to gauge the oven’s true temperature, even better.
Break the leaf down into more manageable pieces and place on a cookie sheet as if toasting spices.