How to make legal marijuana edibles in California

Auntie Dolores' discontinued line of cannabis edible products are displayed in the company's offices in Oakland, Calif. Edibles licenses are few and far between in California. | Photo: Michael Short

Auntie Dolores’ discontinued line of cannabis edible products are displayed in the company’s offices in Oakland, Calif. | Photo: Michael Short

Making cannabis edibles used to be easy. All you needed was a home kitchen, some marijuana, some recipes and some moxie. But under California’s new legalization law Proposition 64, and the Medicinal and Adult Use Cannabis Regulation and Safety Act (MAUCRSA) — things are much more complicated.

To make a personal cannabis edible, you need to: be 21 years of age or older; extract cannabis resin; infuse it into butter or oil; use the canna-butter to create infused food or drinks.

But making commercial edibles requires first obtaining both local and state edibles

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