Edible hard candies need a thermometer

I love being able to use medical and recreational marijuana products.

I have the worst anxiety and it causes me to stress out and go crazy.

The smell and taste of marijuana makes me feel uplifted before I even get high. I didn’t know how hard it would be to make hard candies at home. It looked pretty easy when I watched the online tutorial. I wanted to make hard candies so I could infuse them with marijuana. I bought all of the ingredients that were necessary for the recipe including sugar, corn syrup, and flavorings. I didn’t know I would need a thermometer for the project. The person online told me to wait until the candy was at a stage called hard crack. He said to put the liquid into a glass of water and if it got hard then the candy was at the right temperature. I tried this four different times and every time the candy was soft and lifeless. I posted my troubles on facebook and one of my friends suggested using a candy thermometer. It was only ten bucks for the candy thermometer at the grocery store. I waited until the candy was at the precisely correct temperature next time. I got exactly what I wanted. The candy pieces turned out hard and brittle. After all of the attempts, I finally realized that it was going to be easier to buy edibles from the dispensary going forward. There’s no reason to spend that much time and energy making cannabis candies when they don’t cost that much in the store.

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