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Oh, the weather outside is the weather. Come on now, it is Colorado, so we are never sure what the weather is going to be doing at this time of year. What we can tell you is that it is going to be cold and likely icy with sprinkles of snow. With the cold creeping into your veins, what can be better than warming up with a nice soup?

Here is the secret, in this article, we are not going to necessarily talk about the type of soup you are going to make. I am going to leave these choices up to you because truly, there are so many soup recipes out there it is crazy. With the right crock pot and a few ingredients, you can be well on your way to having a nice boiling pot of some kind of stew ready to go at the drop of the, well, broth. Instead, my focus is on what you can do to make most of your soups have the little extra cannabis bite.

If you want to include some cannabis in your soup, here is the best way to do it.

Cannabis butter and some well ground up cannabis or a nice little oil-based tincture to add the zest.

Here is what you need to do.

Before you even start the soup, melt about one tablespoon of cannabis butter in the pot. Don’t let it boil or become too hot, but once it is nice and heated, add the rest of your ingredients, including your broth, and stir away.

Then once all the ingredients are there, you are going to add in your tincture (a few drops) or your ground up cannabis (a few grams finely ground). At this point in the low boil process, it becomes like a nice little spice you can use to compliment the taste.

The combination of the butter and bud produces a nice high.

Other people would recommend a few tablespoons of olive oil so really, many times it can be your preference.

Overall, the choice is up to you in how you do it, although cooking with olive oil in soups can be a bit more complicated.

Experiment and explore and figure out what works best for you. You cannot go wrong.