Getting high with haute cuisine.

Using cannabis-infused butter or oil to make your edibles is easy. But using a tincture simplifies things even more.

The dropper makes it super convenient and easy to measure doses, whether you want a microdose or melt-your-face-off experience.

All you need to do is read the label on your product and dose your meal based on how you want to feel. Unlike infused butter and oils, however, tinctures should not be cooked because the heat will destroy the cannabinoids. 

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K. Astre ~ HighTimes.com

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