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CBG Oil Recipe (organic, paleo, vegan)

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When people start tossing around words like “freedom” and “independence” this time of year, I can’t help but roll my eyes.

Don’t get me wrong. I like those ideas.

I just can’t help but think about how ass-backward it is that those words will be playing on used car dealership ads while people are still going to jail for this plant.

Even though only 8% of people in the US think marijuana should be completely illegal, the most recent statistics show that someone gets arrested for a marijuana-related offense every minute (663,367 arrests in 2018).  

Over 90% of those arrests were for possession, and most were for small amounts. And let’s not forget who gets disproportionately arrested for cannabis possession.

 Let’s recap what’s happening in this country before we start tossing around words like “freedom” this weekend:

  1. You and the overwhelming percentage of your neighbors think we should legalize this plant either medically or recreationally.
  2. Research has shown that this plant has fewer side effects than many widely prescribed pharmaceutical drugs, decreases opioid overdoses when it moves into a neighborhood, and is “potentially” beneficial for many chronic health issues.
  3. You can still be put behind bars or have your children taken away for having a tiny amount of it in your pocket.

It looks like we’re free to be part of a system that wastes way too much time, money, and energy keeping this plant from the people who need it most.

The problem is obvious, but so is the solution. 

cbg oil recipe

It’s our job to keep doing the work to ensure people have access to safe and high-quality cannabis.

It’s our job to bust the stigma, share what we learn, and take action.

So when this weekend started creeping up again, I was reminded that it wasn’t just enough to sit back and wait for legalization to happen.

I realized how apathetic I’d been these past few years, just banking on the movement to keep going on without much effort since it was on such a roll.

I wasn’t putting much thought into winning the game we’re playing to end this war on plant medicine.

I’ve been lucky to live in places where what I do for a living won’t get my daughter taken away, places where I have access to my medicine without breaking the law.

I can only do this because of the people who have worked so hard to regain this freedom.

This realization brought on some feelings of guilt, but it also made me see how many recent wins there have been in this war on the war on drugs:

  • cannabis businesses being deemed essential this year
  • a growing wave of expungement, and social equity legislation that is finally putting this industry on the right track to level the playing field
  • the 2018 farm bill that made non-intoxicating cannabinoids like CBD and CBG widely available all over the US

And because of that last one, I’ve been able to buy organic CBG flower, grown on small family farms, and make affordable CBG oil instead of paying $180 a bottle for god knows what.

I knew that this recipe was something I needed to share with you because it has been so helpful to me and so many people I know.

But I wanted to make it more than just a recipe.

I want this to be a call to action to continue to work toward liberating this powerful and useful plant and freeing the people whose lives have been destroyed by its prohibition.

I’m laying in bed writing this post, drinking my coffee infused with this homemade CBG oil blended with a very helpful microdose of THC.

This simple act is legal in my state because many years ago, people did what I’m going to ask you to do today.

Just think about how many people this plant medicine has helped, and how many people it could help in the future.

And it won’t happen without your help.

So instead of putting you on the same guilt trip I’ve been on, I wanted to sweeten the pot. 

This weekend (July 3rd-5th 2020), I’m giving away one Complete Cannabis Kitchen Bundle that will free you up to make this CBG oil recipe and so much more. 

And don’t forget to share the contest so we can spread this information and call to action around as much as possible this weekend! [Update: CONTEST IS NOW CLOSED]

Why make homemade CBG oil?

making cbg oil

I didn’t hop on the CBG bandwagon because it’s the next big thing in cannabis (which it is).

I’m sharing it because I tried it for months and saw how good it made me feel, how powerful it was in my CBG oil blends and how helpful it was for people who didn’t get the effects they were looking for with CBD or THC.

So far, we’ve gone deep into the science and covered what CBG oil is good for and how to decarboxylate it, so now it’s time to put it all together and learn how to infuse things with CBG at home.

Making CBG oil at home is so much cheaper than buying it online.

And like all other homemade cannabis edibles and infusions, you get to control the ingredients, balance your ratios, and find what works best in your body.

If you’ve never made cannabis edibles or infusions at home before and you’re scared to try this recipe, I promise you – as a home cook that burned pancakes yesterday – if I can do this, you can do this.

Before we dive into the CBG oil recipe, I wanted to pull back from the data and research a bit and have a real talk about why I love CBG when it comes to using this plant for daily wellness, healing, and maintenance of chronic conditions.

Why I love this CBG oil recipe (and use it every day)

how to make cbg edibles

Like I mentioned in our science deep dive post, CBG may be useful for pain, brain health, depression, and inflammation.

I’ve personally noticed a big difference when I’m incorporating CBG into my routine when it comes to inflammation, pain, and mood.

One of the benefits of CBG that I didn’t mention in that post is that – like CBD – it makes THC less intoxicating.

While that may not seem like a benefit to everyone, if like me, you’re dealing with something like PTSD or anxiety, too much THC can be unsettling at best, and panic attack inducing at worst.

I love CBG not just for what it does, but also because it allows me to use small doses of THC for its pain-relieving and muscle-relaxing properties without spinning out or getting paranoid.

I also love this CBG oil on its own as a clear-headed, mood-boosting, daytime dose.

Because right now, we don’t have access to balanced ratio plant material when it comes to CBG, I’ve been playing with making my oil blends using material from different plants.

I’ve had great results blending CBD, CBG, and THC oils, and my favorite ratio right now is 2:2:1.

I’ll cover oil blends and ratios a post soon, sign up for the newsletter for updates!

Do you need to Decarboxylate CBG?

cbg decarboxylation temperature

I’ve been around long enough to know that you’re going to ask 😉

Yes! You do need to decarb CBG.

We did a whole post on why you need to decarboxylate CBG and different ways to do it here.

Where do you buy CBG flower?

organic cbg flower

I get mine from Sacred Smoke Herbals.

It’s affordable, grown using organic inputs and practices, sourced from small family farms. 

To make it even more affordable, you can use the code WAKEANDBAKE for 15% off your purchase.

Win, win, win, win.

Homemade CBG Oil Recipe

cannabigerol oil

Mason Jar Cannabis Oil Method

This method was tested in my oven and my crockpot. 

Note: Mason jars can break if they get too hot, so if you’re afraid of breakage, you can use the direct crockpot method or the FX. I try to keep the temperature around 180f (which requires some babysitting) and have never had one break, but it’s possible.

cbg oil in bottle

  1. Decarboxylate CBG flower according to these directions.
  2. Fill a crockpot about halfway with water (or just enough to cover the flower and oil) or preheat oven to 200f
  3. Fill a mason jar with 1 cup of MCT oil and 7 grams of decarboxylated CBG flower 
    1. (note: before you infuse, do dosage math on the Wake + Bake calculator and adjust to the desired strength of your oil. At 15% CBG, this makes oil that is about 20mg/tsp). 
  4. Cover with foil and poke a meat thermometer through so you can try to keep a consistent temperature
  5. Place the mason jar in the crockpot and put the crockpot on high or put the mason jar in the oven. Once the temperature reaches 160-180f, reduce the heat. Check every 20-30 minutes to make sure it stays in that range for about 2 hours. If the infusion gets too hot, remove from the heat and put your oven or crockpot on the lowest setting and try again.
  6. Strain with cheesecloth and save raffinate (the leftover plant material and oil) to make a not so high version of High Chai.

How to Make CBG Oil in the Ardent FX or Nova

ardent fx cannabis kitchen

Using the Ardent FX is my preferred method for all of my infusions.

With a few presses of a button, you get a 97-100% effective decarb, an easy infusion process, and a fast and straightforward cleanup—no more babysitting temperatures or wasting plant material.

If you already have an FX or a Mini, you can use it to make this CBG oil.

  1. Put your plant material in the chamber of your Ardent device. In the FX, press the a1 cycle to decarboxylate your plant material. In the Nova, run it through 1 cycle.
  2. Once the cycle is complete, add 1 cup MCT oil to the FX. (see dosage info above) If you’re using a Nova, transfer the decarboxylated material into an infusion sleeve and then add the oil.
  3. Do one infusion cycle.
  4. Strain with cheesecloth and save raffinate (the leftover plant material) to make a not so high version of High Chai.

If you don’t have an FX or Mini, you can go here and use the code WAKEANDBAKE for $30 off and free shipping.

How Can I Use My CBG Oil?

Now you’ve made this oil (easy, right? Told you so!), so what can you do with it?

The only limit here is your imagination. In the recipe, I state that you can infuse using MCT oil, but you can use any fat that you want.

This oil is perfect for making homemade edibles. CBG edibles are an effective way to stay consistent in your dosing and skip the overpriced (and gross) edibles at the dispensary.

I believe in the value of creating healthy edibles in your kitchen. My goal is always to help you save money and control the ingredients you put in your body, and that’s the easiest way to do it.

It’s the driving factor behind the experiments, recipes, and research we do here. 

After seven years of testing, I released the Cannabis Cooking Masterclass, where I show you how to make (almost) anything into an edible. 

The investment is less than one trip to a dispensary and will save you hundreds of dollars a year, and countless kitchen fails.

You can register for it here.

You’ll get instant access to the masterclass, and it’ll be yours for life.

Questions? Comments? Challenges? Amazing results? I love hearing from you, and we all learn better together, so share ’em below! 

And don’t forget to share this post with someone who may find it helpful!

With love,



Corinne Tobias

My name is Corinne Tobias and I’m the creator of this site that is all about cannabis and health (and having a good time combining those things!). Since 2013, I’ve helped millions of people on their cannabis journey and have been featured in publications like High Times, Merry Jane, Jezelbel, Westword, and Vice.

307 thoughts on “CBG Oil Recipe (organic, paleo, vegan)”

  1. I have a question. I have a Butter Brewer and its decarb cycle is only 35 minutes. I need to run that twice, or run it manually, to set it for longer, would that be correct? Is two cycles even enough?

  2. Hello! Just received my FX and ordered CBD & CBG from Scared Smoke. Looking forward to making my own oils. I’m looking forward to your post on oil blending to help with chronic pain & inflammation.

  3. Love the info on CBG, something I need to look more into.
    The info/facts surrounding Marijuana legalization and felonies is astounding and I agree. Let’s use plants and not synthetic drugs! We don’t have a Zoloft system, or vicotin system. Thanks again.-Julia

  4. Thank you so much for the calculator. It’s a life saver. I’m going to be able to be more consistent with my oils now!

  5. I’m up in Toronto Canada, we’ve been legal for a bit over a year but as usual it’s been handled really poorly by the provincial government. Not sure if any high CBG strains are available yet. Getting a new strain to market is prob very restrictive.

  6. I would love to see legalization for everyone in the USA! Freedom to live! Hailing from Oregon, I have been making “strong” oil from my legal homegrown and making cannacaps, very convenient, discrete, portable, healthier than the volcano, and strong enough for me…I have a high tolerance… my buddy, who also is a big stoner, had 2 and was still at 7.5/10 the next morning, whoops! 🙂

  7. I can’t wait to see how CBG affects me and my mother’s ailments! It is difficult to navigate the landscape of cannabinoid information, and I return to Wake and Bake over and over for recipes and honest reflection. I am excited to make some CBG oil for my mother, who needs her cannabis medicine for depression, sleep, pain and inflammation. She has been a victim of the drug war and carried the weight of being a loving mom who was also labeled as a criminal for growing the medicine she needed. Thank you for encouraging the end of a broken system that often causes those in need of cannabis medicine to seek more dangerous (and deteriorating) options.

  8. We live in Texas, so it’s still stone-age in more ways than one here, so I’ve been on a several-years mission to not only petition/call/etc. but also to find CBD/CBG products that work. I have several sucky things going on mentally and physically, And THC helps me tremendously, but it’s very tricky to get, so I have to make do with other cannabinoids in the interim. I’m still on all of my prescription meds, so it’s a day to day thing. Thank you so much for sharing this information!!! It’s incredibly helpful, and I’m excited to see what I can do! ✌️

  9. Hello. So I made the thc mct oil last week, now I will be looking for high cbg strain to try this oil out. Thank you for all you are doing for the movement!! I am experimenting with thc microdosing (with said mct oil) and was wondering what classifies a “micro dose” or does that kind of vary person to person? Thanks again! ?

  10. I have been loving CBG and what it offers for me and my medical issues. I have been off pills for almost 3 months with no side effects! It is amazing:)

  11. Thank you so much for recognizing the benefits of other cannabinoids besides THC and CBD. I am so excited to learn more about extracting for particular cannabinoids!

  12. this is very interesting, I am very good in this whole world of cannabis and it really changed my life, now I will deal with CBG oil thanks for sharing and leading us on this path ?

  13. I have learned so much! We have come far in our understanding of this plant and it’s many uses. Thanks for helping to demystify processes that can be intimidating.

  14. I love everything that your company stands for and its amazing all of the great things your trying to do

  15. Great blog post !! Your information on the relationship between Cannabis and Social Justice and the industrial prison complex is vital to getting reforms moving in the right directions. I signed the petition and will watch for more ways to help us regain our freedom.

  16. Thank you for making this post! I actually read it when you first published it, and not only has it answered all of my questions about decarbing CBG, but inspired me to work with the MCT oil solo! Can’t believe I didn’t think to infuse it by itself (because DUH!!); but I now also realize how badly I need the new Ardent FX. I need to make smaller & more potent batches most of the time than what my current machines allow. Regardless, CBG is simply amazing. Changed my entire “mental well-being” game, and I feel better than I have in a very long time. Being hopeful and feeling blessed while remaining grounded and focused, especially for the times in which we are living now, is such a blessing – and I owe it directly to my CBG/cannabis regimen (and you, too, Corrine!).

  17. How long should one keep oil going for if you’re using the crockpot/oven method? It says check every 23-30 mins for temp, but for how long?? Thanks for the tips!

  18. I’m so glad to see CBG getting some much needed attention! Unfortunately, brain inflammation makes it difficult for me to process the recipe steps. I’m in a catch-22 of needing CBG edibles to calm my brain down enough to make CBG edibles. ?

  19. So much information! I definitely will have to read this over once or twice more just to make sure all this info sticks:) Thank you so much for doing the research and sharing your information. I enjoy your posts.

  20. Thanks for making this so much easier!!!! I always learn so much from your posts!!! My state legalized awhile ago and you have reminded me that I need to help those struggling in other states use this sacred plant medicine legally! I love how you incorporate the known science and demythologize how to do this to get the most from this plant to support our health and wellbeing. And you help us find the tools and the products and the procedures to accomplish this in a way that anyone and everyone can do this with what they have.

  21. I posted a comment, but it does not appear, so again I want to thank you for bringing us this vital info in a way that is so easy and accessible! I appreciate the science and the art of how to make this healing oil using whatever we have so that anyone can do this! I bought the Nova and love it for making oil that I then use in healing balms. You have also reminded me that I need to help push legislation in other states as mine has already legalized, so that everyone can use this plant medicine for their health and wellbeing!

  22. I’ve made your Green Dragon before – and might I say Oh BoY! 🙂 This has been on my list to make so thank you for the push. I’m a California girl who now lives in Missouri (slow to get started Medical state) and found your site to be the best thing for me in learning how to create what I use to buy. Thanks for every thing you do Corinne! One day our paths will cross and I can’t wait!

  23. Thanks for your commitment. I just hope my state realizes the positive impacts cannabis has on the health of it’s residents soon. All of the information provided about making CBG oil was very helpful

  24. Thank you for sharing your knowledge. Your website has been a great reference for me. Your teaching videos are very clear too.

  25. This is awesome! I need to do some reading up on CBG. I just got into this plant medicine, and I’m so excited to doing some experimenting in the kitchen!

  26. This is so exciting! I love seeing more and more people educating on cannabis. I would love to learn more on cooking with cannabis and making my own edibles/food. As a medical patient, I’m finding that I want healthier options with larger doses to help treat my ailments.

  27. I love all the information you give us. I have your book bundle and can’t wait to try out your recipes and learn how to make my own oils and edibles.

  28. Thank you for bringing CBG to my attention. I have been making medicine for my friend using a 1:1 CBG:THC ratio and it has been working beautifully to manage her pain and depression. Love you, love your blog ❤️

  29. From southeast Wisconsin very close to Illinois border and not having it legal near so many Other surrounding recreational states This giveaway would change my life

  30. I do need to read more about CBG as this is brand new info to me. Just wondering why sunflower lecithin is not recommended for the CBG blend?

    1. Hey Danyell,
      With this particular recipe, we forgot to add the lecithin. Feel free to add lecithin to your oil, as it helps with absorption.

      I hope this helps!

      If you have any more questions feel free to reach out to [email protected]

      -Maddie (Team Wake + Bake)

  31. I feel like I will never stop learning when it comes to all that is involved with cannabis. I discovered it late as an adult, as I am not a fan of smoking. But edibles/micro-dosing/salves for medical help. And oh man life changing!! And I just found you, I can’t wait to learn more.

  32. Your site has been a great resource for me over the past few years, THANK YOU!

    Question… what do think about adding essential oils or flavorings to the oil and do you think that would have an effect on absorption?

    1. Hey Dame,
      Thank you for the positive feedback!!

      That is a GREAT question. Corinne doesn’t personally add essential oils to her infusions, but you are welcome to do what you like.

      We have a post coming up with this topic, so stay tuned!

      -Maddie (Team Wake + Bake)

    1. Hey Tiff!
      Maddie here…(Corinne’s assistant)
      Using a oil works pretty quickly, onset can vary from person to person.
      I wouldn’t recommend using vegetable oil, I would go with some type of extra virgin olive oil. If you are using the oil often it would be best to use the healthiest available 🙂

      I hope this helps 🙂

  33. Rebecca K Panitzke

    Thank you for being so down to earth. I live with chronic pain and inflammation. I found your blog/website because of the research I was doing and I am so glad I did.

  34. I own your other books and intend to purchase the video masterclass at a later date. Thanks so much for this bonus/preview/gift of one episode. Always learning new things. I only wish I wasn’t allergic to chocolate/cacao. Would all your chocolate recipients work with white chocolate? Thanks!

  35. Corrine – you are my people. You always provide great information/resources with humor and solid delivery. Dazed+Infused has become a go-to reference in my own journey. I appreciate what you do!

  36. Hey Corinne!
    I absolutely love your approach to freedom and the Fourth of July! So much good information here about healing and about how much more work have to around access to and freedom of use and users of this magical plant!

  37. Been using CBD oil & have been able to cut down & almost stop my Blood Pressure meds can’t wait to try CBG. Hope to win giveaway.

  38. First, I need to learn how to make THC oil. Never been a big fan of CBD oil. Seems like you get 5-10 minutes of relief, and then you’ve got to keep taking it again. That gets expensive. Just seems way too weak for me. But to be fair, I have never tried to make it myself.

    But now I have become interested in CBG oil, so I will research it and see if that is something that will help me with pain, inflammation, depression, and insomnia. Thank you Corinne, for your matchless dedication to teaching and being a cannabis advocate and activist.

  39. Thank you for this! I’ve been thinking a lot, lately, of how we can make legalization intersectional from outset…how do we make sure BIPOC can profit from legalization?

  40. I love the info you provide. I live in a state that has legalized medicinal use and im so excited to incorporate the info I’ve learned from you into my life, hopefully reducing chronic migraines and the need for big pharma!

  41. Thank you so much for all this useful info! I live in CA now and being in a legal state has made all the difference in my world. I’m using thc and other strains to help me stay alcohol free (it’s been 1 yr 3 mo!!)
    All for legalizing for EVERYONE and releasing anyone in prison due to weed charges. Peace and thanks!

  42. I have been making a topical and edibles using the recipes found here for the pain my wife has been dealing with after doctors pretty much just gave her pills that did nothing or left her where she couldn’t function,winning this ardent fx would be a god sent,been doing the oven method,its works consistent consistency is hard to achieve

  43. Just read the article and watched the video. Learned something new about decarbing in a mason jar/foil/meat thermometer! Will be trying that method out this weekend!! So glad to have found Wake & Bake blog/website when searching for alternatives to pain meds!! Your recipes and info/tips are great! Can’t wait to add CBG edibles to my arsenal of healing products! Thanks Corinne for your willingness to share your knowledge/research of the wonderful family of cannabinoids!!

  44. (Second Posting – can’t find the first one)… great video and article. So glad to have found your blog and website. Love all the recipes and tips! Am definitely going to make some infused oil this weekend using the jar/thermometer technique!! Thanks Corinne for sharing your research/tips/recipes for the wonderful family of cannabinoids!!

  45. I would like to know more about the differences with cannabinoid and hemp plants. I am trying to find a way to help my grandchildren with their anxieties, depressions. Sadly my husband had so many restrictions from the military that he could not relieve his chronic pains and succumbed to that. We did try some edibles but his addictions made it difficult to assist him. Now I want to help those veterans who could benefit more with more knowledge and less abuse with a safe way with in the military. A new path for me I guess.

  46. You always have great information that helps me out. I have been using CBD oil for pain and now it is time to try CBG.

  47. Just received my CBG flowers this week after being inspired by your initial blog about it! My husband has a benign tremor, and I’m hoping to make up an oil that could help him control his fine motor skills, and this blog was the perfect next step. We did an experiment with him, with very shaky hands, taking a couple of pulls off a little pipe with just CBG hemp in it, and besides making him relaxed (but not “altered” at all–not high), he found after a few minutes that he could hold a spoon without shaking as much and I’m hopeful.

  48. I ordered an Ardent FX from the link on your site, and once it arrives, I will infuse an oil for the very first time! However, thanks to your tips and watching your videos, I feel very confident and excited about it… almost like I’ve done it before ?. Thanks so much for everything you’re doing!

  49. Thank you, as always for sharing your knowledge and resources.

    That being said— I have a question. In what situations would you choose to use CBG over CBD? Or do you simply use it to enhance more of a “whole medicine” approach alongside the CBD and THC?

  50. Thanks again for the information – and very helpful to have another source of CBG and some suggestions for its use. Good to know that like CBD, it minimizing (balances out) the psychoactive effects of THC.

  51. Yes, we do need to push forward, so that people who have a criminal record from cannabis possession can enjoy the freedom America is known for!

    It is very sad that someone could become a felon, losing their ability to get good jobs in the future, to have custody of their children, to vote, etc all because they were seeking to self medicate with a harmless plant!

    Thank you, as always, for your helpful videos and blog posts! I’ll be excited to experiment with CBG soon!

  52. Thank you for Wake and Bake. I always look forward to your blog post but especially this one. I’ve had trouble understanding the difference in cbg but your explanation was great. Thanks for all you do!

  53. Corrine!! I have been following you for years now and have benefited from your extensive knowledge on using cannabis, I can’t wait to start applying CBG health and wisdom to the regime! Thank you for this awesome post- bookmarked!!!

  54. I love geeking out on all things cannabinoid! Cannabigerol sure is showing to be a powerful anti-bacterial & anti-inflammatory, with various studies showing that it is also a great neuro-protective & effective for treating glaucoma. Maybe my eye sight will improve too with CBG, that would be awesome! Thanks for all the great up-to-date info & deets, keep it coming!

  55. Thank you Corinne, I’ve used cannabis for a long time for it’s medicinal properties, but my state has only had medical use for a few years and it’s nice to have your site to get reliable information to share.

  56. This is perfect for my mom to try out. She is very sensitive to THC. But using CBG would hopefully be able to help her with some pain, without having to worry about the THC kickback! I’m definitely bookmarking this! Thanks!!

  57. Prohibition of the cannabis plant has caused so much distrust and misinformation over the years. Hearing stories from my mom about how she was horrified when a family friend showed off their attic nursery years ago, then fast forward to 2017 and my mom is telling me about the CBD oil that she’s starting taking on the advice from a friend and the wonders it’s doing. This is, of course, the same information that I had given her years before. I’m glad that people’s minds are changing, I just want faster change is all. I’m excited to try this new recipe and gift some to my parents for them to try as well.

  58. Corrine, thanks as always for your informative and well-written articles! I appreciate the introduction to CBG, and have ordered from Sacred Smoke- again, thanks to you ? ??

  59. Thank you for this information. Read the article few days ago on CBG and was so excited to read possibilities of helping with dysfunctional bladder!! I will be heading to Sacred Smoke site this weekend to give this recipe a try!!

  60. Thank you for the informative videos! I have only ever known about THC, and very little knowledge on CBD. I look forward to experimenting with CBG.

  61. Not sure if it’s posting? Just thanks for another amazing article. In such a hard time you are being so generous with a giveaway. Am very glad I found your site. Also I almost wished you happy Independence Day, Corrine (I deleted) lol…I meant it as being we are nearly there. Then I read the article..whoops!

  62. My husband and I are literally on the Sacred Smoke Herbals site to get some CBG now. As always, thank you for being such an incredible wealth of knowledge!

  63. Definitely a new pursuit CBG! Thanks .. Really great points & truth .. Encouraged to not sit idle, much appreciated

  64. I am SO curious to try CBG! I love cooking with infused oils! I make your chocolates a lot! They’re delicious & fit in my keto diet quite well! Thanks for enlightening us all, Corrine!

  65. This is exactly the kind of info I’ve been searching for. Thank you for what you are doing to bring healing to all!

  66. This is great info on CBG. It’s good to have alternatives for anti depressants. I will pass this on. Your tutorials are always precise and easy to follow. And Sacred Smoke is another great resource. Thank you.

  67. Great information! I have been Microdosing for over a decade and I wish I had this kind of information back then. Thanks for helping others do their own, they’ll save lots of money. Thanks for all you do… 71+ your old man.

  68. I love your thoughts on freedom. It is time to recognize the right of adult sovereignty over consciousness or we cannot claim to be free in any way.

  69. Thanks for all the knowledge you share, this recipe refreshed my memory on oil making, I always read the recipes when you post because if you find a better way to do something you share it!

  70. Totally agree with you! It’s insanity for the government to continue ignoring the benefits of this wonderful plant and stop ruining people’s lives!

  71. I love your recipes, and you insight into using these medicinal oils for the wide variety of uses you promote is unparalleled. Thank you so much Corinne!

  72. Amazes me how much information is out there. I’m so happy that we are in a place where we can learn and help heal!

  73. Thanks for the great and educational article. Using natural plant materials as opposed to supporting BIG PHARMA with high costs and placing toxic ingredients in your body…definitely makes it an easy decision and much healthier way to go. Thanks again for sharing the knowledge!

  74. I use the Ardent machines (have both) and they have been game changers. I did want to mention that if you decarb in the oven, you should calibrate your oven before putting in plant material in. Calibration is easy. Take an oven thermometer set your oven to desired temperature and check against the thermometer. If Thermometer is 10 degrees lower, increase oven temp by 10 degrees. If thermometer is higher, reduce heat by how ever much higher it is. This way you know for next time on your decarbs, and you can adjust for anything else that requires an oven.

  75. When it’s this easy to make your meds, thanks to Wake and Bake, you’ve got to give it a try. The Ardent Nova and FX takes the worry out of the preparation too.

  76. Just bought the farm….literally. Am so excited to experiment with making my own edibles. Perhaps growing my own plants. You are going to be the greatest help; everything I have read/seen so far is so well explained- I can’t wait to start!!!

  77. Thank Corrine for all the info, without it I would be totally lost! I finally have started to make edibles and MCT oil tinctures that taste good AND are strong enough…I have made a lot that tasted strong and barely worked.

  78. Totally agree. It’s time people stop waiting around and start advocating for common sense reform that advances the medicinal use of cannabis. Thanks for taking a leadership position on this issue.

  79. Have been using Synergy it is 50%CBD & 49% THC for pain. Would love to make CBD pain medication for myself and save money. Saving to by Ardeny FX or the Nova

  80. Brenna Colleen Dee

    Thank you for working so hard to spread knowledge…. cannabis and social. We need national legalization!! <3

  81. Thank you for another incredible article. All of your research saves me time and worry! I appreciate your work. I have also purchased your e-books and they have been very helpful also.

  82. Charlie Crockett-Tatro

    Thank you for posting this tutorial. 🙂 CBG is is new to me. Gonna check out Sacred smoke. Their website is beautiful.

  83. Love all the recipes and ideas you have. Made a batch of your gummies yesterday and enjoying them on this Covid 4th of July! Thanks for the research and info you provide us.

  84. Thanks for the teachings that you share, I find this very informative and I would like to know if I make a large batch how should this be stored? (fridge, dark cool place etc.)

  85. You are right about the dosage vehicle – using tincture and a dropper is easy to miss/delay/etc., But I will always find time for a piece of chocolate!

  86. Thank you for sharing your knowledge! I tried your CBD oil and homemade gummies recipes this week. They turned out great even with just having an oven and crockpot.

  87. Thank you so much for putting together all this info on CBG. I’m excited to order some CBG flower from Sacred Smoke as soon as I can so I can experience it for myself.

  88. I love the Ardent Nova and the Flex. They both work great and have become my go to decarb way of choice

  89. I’m looking for something to help with inflammation in my joints……like my hands and knees. Just gotta get my hands on some CBG.

  90. Can wait for my country to at least depenalize cannabis, since here CBD is “legal” but we can grow the plant so we have to import from other european countries…

  91. I love your blog! So much helpful, understandable information. I try and soak up all the info I can and your blog makes it super easy for this to happen! Thank you! I’m heading over to check out the CBG site now. Thanks!

  92. Thanks so much for sharing your knowledge in such a fun and thorough way! Looking forward to learning more about and trying CBG oil

  93. I’m just getting into making my own edibles, smoking is getting to be too harsh for me, so I’m so glad I found your blog! There is a ton of helpful info and I’m definitely going to be purchasing your masterclass!

  94. It’s crazy how widely accepted cannabis has become in our society, to the point where I sometimes forget how illegal it still is. It’s 2020! It’s time for the legal system to catch up. And if not us taking action, then who? Love this article! Also, I highly recommend and love Sacred Smoke Herbals too. 🙂 I’m a local Arizonan and I love their products

  95. I am loving the CBG info and am going to order some. Can’t wait to work with it and incorporate it into my apothecary ?

  96. you’ll really never know how much your site has meant to me and my cannabis for chronic pain journey. Between all your geeky science post to your dosage calculator I am completely comfortable with the process of making my own cannabis edibles and sublingual drops. I already am a huge CBD/THC fan but now I’m super excited about cooking with CBG! Like really, really, really excited! Did I mention I’m excited? Thank you for putting yourself out there to bring knowledge to people like me!

  97. This is amazing!! Thank you for the opportunity to win!! My husband is a disabled veteran and this would really be awesome to use to help him.

  98. Thanks so much for all the education about cannabis that you make available!! It continues to change my life and help me to have a life again.

  99. Thank you for taking a stand for those arrested for marijuana possession! Keep it up!

    I knew nothing about CBG before, so excited to try it!

  100. You have been a mentor and a hero, and this is best explained by your words here from your post” “I want this to be a call to action to continue to work toward liberating this powerful and useful plant and freeing the people whose lives have been destroyed by its prohibition.

    I’m laying in bed writing this post, drinking my coffee infused with this homemade CBG oil blended with a very helpful microdose of THC.

    This simple act is legal in my state because many years ago, people did what I’m going to ask you to do today.”

    And that’s precisely how I feel. I just got back to my prohib state from a legal state, and I’m more struck than ever at how patently wrong, unjust, and unfair it is………and Corinne’s passion just gives me the knowledge and the strength to be part of the solution!

  101. I was just coming here to see what I could find out about making CBD oil for my (seems like almost daily) headaches. But here you are taking about CBG now, and i also have glaucoma, so now I’m wondering if maybe I should get both and try making a combo CBD/CBD butter…

    Thanks for all you do. You’ve helped me come a long way with my cooking. I discovered in the last few months that it works better to use a meat thermometer in the crock pot while making cannabutter – because the LOW setting is usually too high & I hafta toggle back & forth between LOW & WARM.

    My stuff is so much tastier now that it’s not burned!

  102. Thanks for a great article, excited to experiment with CBG! Love all of the new info coming out on this amazing plant

  103. Interested in the info on CBG, something I need to look more into.
    The info/facts surrounding Marijuana felonies is horrifying. I do hope current statics are dropping from the Washington 2013 article. Lets work on the legalization

  104. I’m loving the CBG oil I got from Sacred Smoke, which I learned about from Corinne. I’d love to make my own.

  105. I’m so happy I stumbled upon this post from Sacred Smoke Herbal’s page! Big fan of Andrea’s and now I’m excited to learn more from you! Working CBG into my everyday routine is a goal of mine and this post makes it attainable for me.

  106. I made the cbg oil In the Ardent FX ( got flower from Black Tie) and it has been a game changer for me. I use it 2x a day and it has helped with my aches and pains. I just ordered more flower from Sacred Smoke. Can’t wait to make another batch!

  107. Legal here in SK but the shops are way over priced with limited stock and still stigma but hopefully things will turn around. Would like to find something for headaches kind of hit and miss. Sometimes it works sometimes not.

  108. I am sooo excited to try out CBG now!! Always looking for the best natural medicine to manage my side effects of oral. Hemp and leukemia. Cannabis is the best medicine?

  109. Thank you for the link for CBG flower and the information; I love creating my own infusions and edibles and I am excited to try making some CBD and CBG oil!

  110. Great Info..I just started using CBD and making my own oils,tinctures & medibles…learned decarbing using Mason jar method. Now I know about CBG I will definitely be heading over to Sacred Smoke to purchase it. I’ve been looking into and drooling over the Ardent FX ever since I learned about decarboxylators. Ardent is noted to be the best! Thank you for the great info & links. Totally appreciate it!

  111. Love reading your blog! There is so much I need to learn starting with how to lose weight using marijuana!? You are just as beautiful as a soul now as you were then! Glad you are doing so well❤️

  112. Thank you for this informative post (as usual!). Super excited to try CBG. I’ve been making my own CBD oil in my Nova for awhile and it works great. Definitely considering the FX!

  113. I have a medical card but low THC formulations always come with high CBD, which gives me uncomfortable ‘aspirin head’. Discovered CBG and it is my wonder drug! For me, it does all the good things others say, plus my bladder feels like it’s 30 again. I can hold my water like a regular person. Seems like the hemp farms are getting it right (proper testing and paying attention to other CBs besides CBD) where Utah’s pharmacies are getting it wrong.

    I dream about a tincture with 10% THC, 60% CBG and 30% CBC. I think this may help stave off post-menopausal breast cancer that runs in my family, and maybe help with osteoporosis according to online research. I’ll call it ‘The Old Lady’s Friend’.

    I’ve been lucky, only known one friend who was jailed for cannabis. He wasn’t in for long, and we’ve suspected it was because his skin was light enough to pass for white in the courtroom.

    Thank you for existing, just found your site a few days ago. Bonus that you’re friends with Sacred Smoke, she is cool. Just got your email sent last night (July 12) about the contest. Is it too late to enter? Not sure if I followed the instructions since they’re not coming up on the page. Being too sick to hold down a job, this prize would be an answer to my prayers for learning and making medicine.

    1. Hey Beth! The giveaway ended on the 6th. However, we had SO much fun hosting this giveaway, we will definitely do more in the future 🙂

      -Maddie (Team Wake + Bake)

  114. Hi Corinne,

    We are a small time CBG farm, we had about 4500 plants last year. I am just now experimenting with our product and our decarb machine. I am currently making salve, but I plan to make a MCT oil tincture infused with our CBG flower next, and an alcohol elderberry tincture for cold and flu season. What would your ratios/recipe be for making a tincture? Thanks for your help!

    1. Hi Shanna!

      Do you know how strong you would like your tincture to be? You might be interested in our dosage calculator. HERE

      A good starting point would be,

      – 1 cup of MCT oil
      – 3.5-7g decarbed cannabis (depending on the density and dosage of your plant material) with at least enough oil to cover the cannabis completely
      1 teaspoon – 1 Tablespoon sunflower lecithin

      Also, you can read more about it HERE if you would like.


      – Victoria (Team Wake + Bake)

      1. I don’t know how strong I want it to be, I did follow your dosing for my first batch. Now I’m unsure how many drops to take a day. Our plants are 12% CBG, I did pull out all of the stems. So The bulk of it was just good cured flower. I’m just looking for a daily maintenance dose for long term use. I’ve been trying roughly 5 drops a day. Thanks so much for your knowledge.

        1. Hi Shannon!

          How many grams and oil did you use?

          You’ll need to know how much CBG is in your drop. A drop is about 0.05ml. Let’s say you have a 10ml bottle of CBG oil that contains 200 drops. And that 10ml bottle contains 1,000mg of CBG, each drop will contain about 5 mg of CBG. I’d be happy to help explain this more if unsure how much CBG you have. It’s recommended to start with 20mg to 40mg a day and increase it to 5mg a day.

          I hope this helps and let me know if you have any questions!


          – Victoria (Team Wake + Bake)

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    Wonderful site, so much good information, thank you for all you do. I don’t see the entry form for the contest?

  116. I’m a complete canna-newbie, but I am an herbalist so the amazing info you’ve laid out so clearly for us is extremely helpful. I do have a question on the cannabis dosing calculator. I know this sounds a little nerdy, but does the calculator have a print button somewhere I’m not seeing? Once I’ve put in my THC, CBG and CBD numbers I’d like to print it off to refer back to later, especially if I purchase a lot of CBG/CBD cannabis, but only process 4-6 grams at a time. I know I could put the info in again, but if I have notes or other comments about the flower, it would be easier to refer back to my print.
    Thanks again for ALL of the information. I feel like I’m becoming more knowledgeable and comfortable with cannabis each time I use it or infuse it. It’s definitely a healthy journey!

  117. Tobias Weinberg (Tobi)

    Hi Wake+Bake folks,

    Some questions: In looking at the analyses of CBG and CBD flower I’ve noticed that the % of the acid forms CBDa and CBGa are multiplied by .877 to get the effective yields. Why is this? Is this loss due to decarbing? If so would an Ice Dragon extraction yield the full amounts of CBDa and CBGa?

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