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The Cannabis Spa Book
The Cannabis Spa Book
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‘The Cannabis Spa at Home” came out earlier this week, which I wrote about here, and I highlighted it as a welcoming addition to a marketplace that has until recently had been dominated by machismo-focused marketing. But what makes a book good for beginners? The need-to-know facts are presented quickly and succinctly, and the recipes offer steps that are easy to follow and don’t expect you to use obscure kitchen tools. Author Sandra Hinchliffe also addresses concerns about psychoactivity and other pertinent questions a reader may have.

Thank you to Ladybug Estates in Humboldt for contributing some potent OG trim for this project!

I gave three of the recipes a try to see if a beginner could manage to put together these recipes simply. While I have made infused butter before, I had never personally made salves or other infused products (I usually rely on the Bud Sisters salves). There’s a photo gallery for each recipe — check out the following pages or jump to one:

  1. Healing Spice Trinity Quick Start Cannabis Ointment
  2. Cooling Herbs Healing Quick Start Salve
  3. Basic Cannabis Bath Base
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  1. Allison–your bath base looks pretty good from the photo…are you having trouble with emulsification after putting it in the bathwater? Ring around the tub or floats? This is really the most important part of this–the recipes are meant to have a little fudge factor–I’d like to hear more about the experience using the powdered lecithin and bottled aloe.

    Feel free to heat those bath concentrates up again and add more aloe and powdered lecithin and then boil them down to gravy-like consistency to see if this will firm the emulsions if you are having trouble with it in your bathwater.

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