My mold has 30 cavities which each hold 1 tbsp or 15 ml (1 tbsp of chocolate chips equals approx 15 grams). For unfilled cannabis chocolates, I only use 1 tsp per mold (10 tbsp total) and 3-4 grams of concentrate. For filled chocolates, I use more chocolate, but the same amount of concentrate. This way, I know each chocolate will have about 75mg of THC.
3 grams into 70 bears equals 2250mg total.
Each of your bears has about 32mg THC.
Yea I got some baking chips. I followed your recipe and added the espresso powder, give it a little coffee after taste. I think next time I’ll leave that out. Other than that…it was a success. Maybe I might buy some molds that hold little more. These are only 3.5 mils but I guess I can always eat a few lol
3.5ml bear molds is what I use as well, 1g of wax to 3.5 oz chocolate. 30 bears = 750 so each bear has 25mg THC. fI make them for my hubby for his back pain and I am basically micro-dosing for him. He needs to stay functional as he is making cabinets and I really want him to have all 10 fingers at the end of the day (uses table saws, planers, routers, rip saws…)
My math came out a bit different from yours. I used the formula I always use to figure out doses. Find total THC in the batch, then divide by serving size. Each gram of clean oil has about 750 mgs of Cannabinoids (up to 900mg). 3 grams is 2250. Divide that by 70.
I think @Caligurl only uses 1g to 3.5 oz chocolate. So therefore she would only have 750mg for 30 bears. Am I reading that right? And also…the aprrox 750mg per gram, is that estimating with 15% thc cannabis? So obviously if the thc goes up…then the strength of serving would go up as well? Since we grow our own and don’t know the exact thc, You are just estimating at 15%thc…correct?
Yes. There’s a very informative post about 7 or 8 in, above.
3.5 oz of chocolate equals about 100 grams. I honestly don’t know what math you all are using, bc you’re not showing your work.
That 750mg per gram of clean, purged oil is a fairly consistent, accepted estimate across strains. Extracting is not the same as infusing, so the end product is tallied differently. The end product of this oil is called a concentrate for a reason. A 10% bud and a 20% bud might make different amounts of oil (the 10% bud will have significantly less), but gram for gram the concentrates will be of similiar potency.
Clear as chocolate LOL!! Just kidding… I really appreciate your knowledge I think you could teach classes… I would definitely attend! Seriously! Maybe a pay per video class? I’ve learned soooo much in such a little time from you and @Ladithief and @kabongster and so many others here.
Obviously I don’t. Dont know what to read up on, as I don’t see exactly where our “math” is different. I showed my work on how I came up with what I thought each serving was, and you agreed with that math earlier when you figured 2250/70. Which is like 32ish. Applying the same formula if caligurl used only 1gram of concentrate (750mg) and she had 30 servings. 750/30 is 25mg per serving. I can do just fine when it comes to math, obviously the numbers in your equation is different than mine. If I’m figuring it wrong then I’m not sure what you’re saying is so much different then the way you figured it. You never specified what/where our equation is different. You just said our math is different right after you did the same exact equation I did. 2250/70. Idk…maybe my calculator got a contact buzz from this mornings bowl . Thanks for the help.