Grab yourself a decent-sized saucepan, and toss in roughly a quarter to a half-ounce of ground cannabis flower.
Make sure that the heat source never exceeds a temperature of 240 °F. This low and slow approach to heating will decarboxylate your bud, thus activating their psychoactive THC components.
This process also readies your bud to transfer its powerful potency into any substance it happens to join forces with. In this case, it’ll be some generic, non-medicated coconut oil.
Of which, you’ll want to add in a little over a cup’s worth to the saucepan after 20-30 minutes of the bud simmering on its own.
Stir those suckers together until you feel like you’ve evenly distributed the THC into the oil. Then, through a cheesecloth, and into a bottle for storage, gently pour out the contents of the saucepan.
Once the cheesecloth has done its job of separating the floral chunks from the mix, you’ll be left with a bottle of freshly-infused coconut oil that you can use in any recipe that you’d like.