A cannabis-infused baked good is a common type of cannabis edible, which may include hash cookies, brownies, and “space cakes”. One may not be able to distinguish between regular baked goods and those containing cannabinoids which tend to have a slightly green tinge and often emit a faint cannabis smell. A mild grassy or cannabis flavour might be detectable if sufficient cannabis quantities are used.
Cannabis-infused butter, or cannabutter, is a cannabis-infused product used for flavoring cannabis edibles. Cleaned and dried buds are steeped in melted butter, oil, or dairy substitutes in preparation for consumption.
Cannabis oil is a product based in cooking oil that has been infused with cannabinoids by mixing cannabis with the heated oil. Cannabis cooking oils are available to medical cannabis patients in a variety of blends for various cooking applications.
Cannabis tincture is an extract of cannabis contained in oil at room temperature. Generally, stems and leaves of the cannabis plant are used as source material because they contain high amounts of cannabinoids and some claim that they are undesirable to smoke. When infused in high-proof grain-based alcohol, the tincture becomes what is commonly known as green dragon. Creme de Gras (a play on the English “grass”, as creme de gras translates literally as “cream of fat”) is a flavoured liqueur made from cannabis. It can then be added to coffee and other beverages.