Medical relief from the Canny Bus Trip Kit
Jay R. Cavanaugh, PhD.
dilemma in making medical cannabis edibles. In general, the stronger they are
the worse they taste. Who wants a bitter tasting cookie? Who wants a great
tasting cookie that doesn’t work? Compounding the dilemma is the fact that the
stronger the cannabutter used in baking, the more the butter acts like oil
which dramatically alters the baking properties.
Wife co-cook and I have come up with a modified cookie recipe that seems to
solve the dilemma. WARNING: These cookies are not called “Coma” for nothing.
They are very strong potent medicine used to treat severe muscle pain and
cramping and insomnia related to chronic pain. Do not drive for at least 8
hours after ingestion.
made Black Out Butter from high grade trim. This is nasty tasting stuff but has
the needed potency. It is estimated that each cookie made from this recipe has
from 0.7 grams to 1.5 grams of cannabis. Second, we didn’t combine our
cannabutter with dairy butter as we usually do in our recipes. We used pure
cannabutter. Third, we reduced the amount of additional ingredients to further
increase the relative amounts of cannabinoids in the cookie and to keep the
2 cups all
1 ˝ cups of
steel cut oats
1 ˝ cups of
light brown sugar
1 cup of
1 cup of
Black Out Butter derived from approximately 50 grams of ground trim/flowers in
1 lb of Strauss Organic butter (86% butter fat) slow cooked and frequently
stirred for 4 hours
organic dried cranberries
of baking soda
tablespoons of Bourbon vanilla
of ground nutmeg
tablespoon of ground cinnamon
together the dry ingredients (except the steel cut oats) and set aside. Cream
the cannabutter and sugars then add the vanilla and mix in the eggs. Don’t
overwork the butter and sugar or it will break down. Mix (we used an electric
mixer) the set aside dry ingredients into the creamed butter. Mix in the oats
with a heavy spoon and blend. Fold in the currants, cranberries, and pecans.
Chill the batter (we made two portions and froze them). With the batter still
cold roll the dough into balls about golf ball size.
cookie balls on a greased baking pan and bake at 300 degrees for 15-17 minutes.
cookies will flatten out and not rise as usual. They will be chewy and crispy
at the same time. Keep the cookies in an airtight container (they should stay
fresh a month that way).
You may use raisins instead of currants. You may also want to add a teaspoon of
lemon zest and/or some allspice or ground cloves.
beverage: Guatemalan Antigua coffee
Eat one whole cookie, sip coffee, and relax. You are now on a pain free
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