Making Myrso Chocolate
MYRSO Chocolate Bars.
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These post are just suggestions for you to better utilize and understand your medicine.
Speaking for myself i am not a professional chocolatier or culinary genius. That being said “if I can pull these recipes off, I am confident anyone can.”
I find full spectrum medicine like Myrso as the only relief that truly helps treat my ailments, most edibles in the industry contain only distilled THC, which is one of the 100+ cannabinoids found in cannabis. Those other cannabinoids contain psychoactive, non psychoactive, and therapeutic properties. Think of it like the story of Humpty Dumpty, it took “all of the kings horses and all of the kings men” they did not send just one strong horse. Many edibles today are using the one horse approach, I personally prefer the kingdom.
If you feel like i do then have I got a treat for you.
What you’ll need
1 Gram of Myrso
Chocolate chip of your choosing (i did dark and sweet)
Chocolate bar molds
Pot for boiling water
Place glass bowl on top of the boiling water
(It is important not have the water touching the glass bowl, we are relying on the steam to melt the chocolate)
Add cocolate chips to melt
Warm your Myrso syringe under a warm tap
Add desired amount of Myrso to The melted chocolate
I say commit to the mix, stir stir stir.
pour your chocolate into your mold/molds
Refrigerate over night
Use caution when licking the spatula
“In this recipe i used a quarter of the one gram syringe which is roughly 200 milligrams of THC divided that by the 21 chocolate pieces each would be 9.5 mg I round up and call it 10.”
If you wanted stronger bars then simply use more Myrso
”I find the fat in chocolate acts as the perfect carrier for this medicine and allows our body to receive more of the therapeutic effects plus the power of delicious chocolate.”
I do hope this is helping you put your health into your own hands and allows you to safely medicate and heal.
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