Using math. If you know the % thc and weight of your extract, divided by the number of gummies the batch yields.
When that is mixed so there aren't any clumps take a predetermined amount (I usually use 3.6g) of warm, decarbed hash oil and add it into the gelatine mixture along with 1-3T of vegetable glycerin to emulsify the oil so you're not biting into chunks of hash oil. Drop a T of soy (or sunflower) lecithin into the mixture, whisk it all together and pour into molds. Refrigerate the molds for 40-60 minutes for beautiful gummy edibles.
100mg? I understand there will be a natural variance in recipes. I'm just genuinely curious as to how people that make cookies/gummies/chocolates have xx amount in each piece.
I have been smoking daily for probably about six years now. I live in a non-legal state, and at my local tobacco shop (or headshop) they have packs of CBD gummies for sale. A quick Google search gave me the basics, its anti-anxiety properties seem to be the most emphasized.
Do these make you feel high, or just give you the benefits of CBD without a high feeling? If not, is THC exactly what gives you the "high" feeling? Lastly, how are these legal in my state where medicinal marijuana is very hard to get (you must have a disability or disease on the list, which only qualifies a select few), and where it is not decriminalized or in any way recreationally legal? To my understanding they come more from hemp, but I thought hemp was illegal regardless of its male-plant properties?