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Another fantastic benefit of using coconut oil is it will remain solid at room temperature. This makes it a great medium for using as a topical agent. Furthermore, its solid state allows the oil to be easily stored via gelatin capsules, a widely popular and highly effective method of consuming cannabis.

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Coconut oil uses and health benefits

Once you’ve got an infusion of coconut oil, the uses are endless!

Coconut oil has a high concentration of fatty acids (saturated fats). The surplus of these fatty acids in coconut oil create a strong binding agent for cannabinoids.

For those who don’t want the effects of THC in their infused coconut oil, you can infuse it with CBD instead. Simply follow the recipe above but use CBD flower instead of THC flower to get the health benefits of CBD.

Everything begins with the hemp plant. But why hemp? The naturally growing cannabis Sativa plant contains a broad spectrum of cannabinoids, terpenes, and other compounds. That implies that when you extract CBD from cannabis, you will also extract THC, potentially in concentrations higher than the legally permissible 0.3% level. But hemp plants are varieties of cannabis bred for high CBD and low THC content. So, hemp-extract CBD is legal and easy to source from high-quality, organic, non-GMO, domestic plants.

Lastly, strain the oil through the cheesecloth and store it, preferably in an open jar to avoid condensation. Also, refrain from squeezing the cheesecloth as this will only add more chlorophyll to the oil. Discard the residuals of hemp plant material or use for the preparation of dishes.

What Do You Need to Make CBD Coconut Oil?

Coconut oil is a renowned skin-saving powerhouse that’s been celebrated by the beauty industry for years. Now, as CBD oil makes its way into the beauty space as well, being infused into creams, salves, and lotions, many products combine both elements, using coconut oil as a carrier for CBD. Given the benefits of these two, a CBD oil and coconut-based product is often described as the perfect combination. But you may wonder: why coconut oil and not any other oil? Allow us to explain.

Keep in mind that your CBD-infused coconut oil’s shelf life is about two months, but can be extended with refrigeration.

CBD coconut oil is made from high-CBD strains with minimal THC content. This means that using CBD coconut oil can’t result in the ‘high’ associated with THC. This way, you can use it by applying topically or in foods and drinks without experiencing any psychoactive effects.

Apply a generous amount to your skin to soothe and moisturize. Reapply as needed.

Apply a generous amount to your skin to soothe and moisturize. Reapply as needed.

We carefully formulate our CBD Coconut Oil in our facility through a vertically integrated process that delivers high-quality products. Using hemp grown on our own Lazarus Farms, we render CBD-rich extract from the plant using an ethanol-based process and then mix it with organic coconut oil. We make our coconut oil with whole plant extract containing a broad spectrum of naturally occurring cannabinoids. All of our CBD extract is third-party tested for potency, pesticides and heavy metals. Our testing process ensures we offer a product that is natural, safe and consistent. All test results are available under the Test Results tab.

We carefully formulate our CBD Coconut Oil in our facility through a vertically integrated process that delivers high-quality products. Using hemp grown on our own Lazarus Farms, we render CBD-rich extract from the plant using an ethanol-based process and then mix it with organic coconut oil. We make our coconut oil with whole plant extract containing a broad spectrum of naturally occurring cannabinoids. All of our CBD extract is third-party tested for potency, pesticides and heavy metals. Our testing process ensures we offer a product that is natural, safe and consistent. All test results are available under the Test Results tab.