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7 Ways to Use Cannabis Infused Coconut Oil

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7 Ways to Use Cannabis Infused Coconut Oil

Here are seven ways to incorporate cannabis coconut oil into your life.

The health benefits of both cannabis and coconut oil are remarkable. Coconut oil has a very high saturated fat content for a plant-derived oil, making it an ideal candidate for cannabis infusion that can create an incredibly versatile product with all the benefits of both. Cannabis coconut oil can be applied in so many different ways and part of the fun is experimenting and finding out what works for you. Check out our easy recipe for cannabis coconut oil here.

1. Relieve muscle aches

When cannabis is infused into the right substance, it can be absorbed through the skin when applied topically. Apply cannabis coconut oil on sore muscles or feet and it will work quickly to reduce aches and pains.

2. Replace ingredients in a recipe

Coconut oil can replace butter or other cooking oils in your favorite recipes by simply replacing the amount of oil that the recipe with coconut oil instead. You can also get creative and just add the infused oil to anything you think could be interesting – a spoonful in an otherwise unmedicated dish will definitely be the cherry on top.

3. Soothe a sunburn

While the healthiest thing to do is avoid sunburns all together, it’s summertime and sun happens. Coconut oil infused with cannabis is a great way to help a sunburn heal and minimize skin peeling in the following days.

4. Medicate a massage

Use cannabis-infused coconut oil as massage oil for a whole new level of relaxation. Make sure to find a masseuse or friend who is also a fan of 420 as the cannabis will be absorbed through the skin (unless gloves are used).

5. Make coco-capsules

The amount and quality of fat in coconut oil means that it becomes quite saturated with cannabis when infused. Empty capsules can be filled with the liquid oil by using a dropper.

6. Have a cup of canna-coffee

You can use coconut oil as a creamer by blending it the oil with hot coffee. Just stirring the oil into the coffee won’t achieve the creamy texture and frothy top – you’ll need a blender to create that smooth effect. It’s almost like a latte, but with none of the milk and much more marijuana. Just combine a cup or two of coffee, a spoonful of cannabis coconut oil in a blender, pulse until frothy, then enjoy immediately.

7. Moisturize your skin

Do you deal with chapped lips, hands or feet? Cannabis-infused coconut oil is great for helping the healing process, as well as alleviating the discomfort of dry skin. Apply directly to the afflicted area or use preventatively to avoid dryness in the first place.

Do you use cannabis infused coconut oil? Tell us about your experiences in the comments below.



  1. Connor

    April 29, 2018 at 1:26 am

    For sleeping, I like to liberally apply bho infused coconut oil on my feet and cover with socks. This can really be done on any joints that are aching. With the hash oil infused coconut oil I also get a wonderful sedating body high. I highly recommend trying this when you have plenty of time to rest and recharge 😉

  2. Erica

    May 17, 2017 at 3:51 pm

    I have a wicked sunburn at the moment. Not only has it tanned my skin almost overnight but after applying it, I was able to sleep comfortably even with my lobster arms, neck, shoulders and back! It eased the pain significantly. My burning skin hasn’t caused me to lose any sleep. It’s day 3 and everyone has mentioned how quickly my skin has healed. Coconut cannabis oil!

  3. Mary Lucas

    May 14, 2017 at 11:11 pm

    I love using cannabis coconut oil in my cooking, as well as in my daily morning coffee. Thanks for these useful tips! I never realized I could use it for sunburn too.

  4. goldilocks19

    April 26, 2016 at 10:02 am

    I have used cannabis coconut oil as a skin moisturizer. Believe it or not, it has not only left my skin looking really, really nice, it has also made fine lines and wrinkles disappear. I am 61 years old, but my facial skin looks like it’s 40. People are surprised when they find out my age. I don’t use many other products on my skin, because it’s sensitive, so I’m not sure what else could be the reason. Anyway, I won’t use anything else now, on my skin.

  5. Cannabis N.I.

    December 28, 2015 at 2:29 pm

    Nice write up guys, thanks for the info. Nice tip about the coffee.

  6. Martin ross

    July 3, 2015 at 9:49 am

    They should legally allowed weed to American so we can stop drug dealer

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