How to make legal marijuana edibles in California | GreenState

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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