Marijuana Chai Drink Recipe

 Posted by at 11:24 AM on August 31, 2014  Marijuana Recipes
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 August 31, 2014

chai drink marijuanaWhen you’re trying to relax, or just need a dope drink for your daily grind, the chronic chai is sure to be a good choice. The drink can either boost your mood or chill you out, depending on what situation you’re in and can be served both hot and cold. The recipe is super simple and you can multiply or divide the recipe as you need to, in order to make ore of less of this delicious drink (but of course you’re making double, right?!).

What You’ll Need:
1 tbsp instant coffee
6 cardamom pods
1-2 grams finely ground hash
4 cups of milk
3 cinnamon sticks
1/8 teaspoon grated nutmeg
1/4 cup brown sugar
1/8 teaspoon allspice

Take all of your ingredients and put them in to a medium sized saucepan. Simmer everything together, making sure to avoid the liquid boil. If it does boil, you risk losing the effects of the hash that you’ve added, therefore making your drink less potent. Only keep it on the heat for about 5 minutes and be sure that the burner is on low while you do this. After the 5 minutes is up, let the mixture steep for 25 minutes, letting everything soak together. Then strain everything through a clean strainer. You can either store the mixture cold or drink it hot, whichever you prefer. Enjoy!

Source: THCFinder.Com

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  • Danielle Rhéaume

    Interesting recipe. I would offer for medical patients–many of which don’t consume coffee, dairy or sugar–that they could make it with black tea, especially since Chai is traditionally made with tea anyway. Honey or stevia could work well instead of brown sugar and coconut milk would work well in lieu of cow’s milk. Almond, hemp, or rice milk could also work well.

    • Danielle Rhéaume

      If people want to avoid caffeine altogether they could use rooibos tea. (I suppose that if someone really wanted the flavor of brown sugar like they use in the recipe that they could add a tiny bit of molasses, since all brown sugar is is white sugar with molasses!)