homemade marijuana cannabis soup

Homemade Cannabis Soup

  • Just as gazpacho, fruit juices and ice cream are the kings of the summer, now that we are entering the winter season there is nothing more appealing than a delicious  homemade soup. Who does not fancy a warm broth on those cold nights, snuggled under a blanket and watching the rain patter against the glass?
  • An essential dish, also perfect to combat colds and the flu, these endearing companions that usually stop by this time of year. 
homemade marijuana cannabis soup

As always, we suggest adding a nice twist to your homemade soup with a special ingredient able to liven up many recipes: cannabis. This delicious "green soup" will warm you up in a snap. We do recommend that you never overdo it with the quantities of cannabis, in order to prevent negative experiences. Remember that cannabis, when ingested, also produces psychoactive effects, and you will need to keep this in mind when using marijuana in this way, or inviting others to do so. This dish is an excellent choice if you are on a diet to lose weight, because, in addition to its plentiful vitamins and minerals, it is low in fat. 

Let's see what you need to prepare this homemade cannabis soup ...


  • 2 tablespoons cannabutter
  • 2 carrots
  • 1 large onion
  • 2 garlic cloves
  • 1 stalk of celery
  • 1 bell pepper
  • 1 red pepper
  • 2 potatoes
  • 2 leeks
  • ½ cabbage
  • 1 tomato
  • 3 tablespoons oil 
  • Salt
  • Black pepper

Omnivorous option

  • 1 chicken carcass
  • 1 white bone
  • 3 beef meatballs


1- Prepare the vegetables: wash them, peel them and slice them into small pieces. Be sure to remove the seeds from inside the peppers. 

2- Place a large pot on medium heat and add the oil. When it is nice and hot, pour in all the vegetables, and sauté for 5-10 minutes.

3- While you toss and turn the vegetables with a wooden spatula so they don't stick to the pot, add salt and pepper to taste.

4- Add water to fill ¾ of the pot, and turn up the heat to bring it to a boil. Then lower it to a simmer and leave for one hour. 

Omnivorous option: add the chicken carcass, white bone and meatballs.

5- When there are 10 minutes left to turn the heat off, add the cannabutter and stir it with a wooden spatula until it has dissolved completely. 

6- After the 60 minutes have elapsed, remove the pot from the heat, close it with a lid, and let the soup rest for at least 30 minutes before serving. 

Omnivorous option:

Before serving, remove the chicken carcass and white bone.


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