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Anybody can whip up a batch of THC syrup (not to be confused with “lean”) in a matter of minutes, and it's a delicious and easy-to-make edible. Read on to find out what happens when you consume D8 Syrup and how to whip up a batch in your own kitchen.

One of the most common methods to consume edibles is by incorporating cannabis-infused oils or butters into culinary creations like baked goods and savoury entrees. But did you know that it takes only a few minutes to make a tasty Delta8 Syrup out of sugar and water?

In the following text, you will get an explanation of what THC syrup is and how to manufacture it in a few easy steps.


Using sugar, water, cannabis, and flavourings, Delta8 Syrup is a highly enjoyable consumable. This tantalising syrup can be used as a sugar substitute in hot beverages, drizzled over pancakes, or consumed on its own, and it will not only satisfy your taste buds but also provide that familiar and welcome THC high.

In contrast to the watery consistency of vape juice, cannabis syrups have a rich, thick consistency more akin to maple D8 Syrup or cough medicine. They have a pleasant sweetness and can be flavoured with a wide range of aromatic additions. Syrup containing THC is just as effective as traditional edibles, if not more so because it is much easier to stomach.

THC syrup is highly concentrated and should be used with caution and careful dose because to its high sugar content. Delta8 Syrup made from cannabis can take a while to take effect, but once it does, it lasts for quite a while. Always start slowly and wait at least an hour between doses so you can gauge how the syrup affects you and how well your body tolerates it (see the section on dosing below for more information).

One thing to keep in mind is that D8 Syrup is not the same as sizzurp or lean, which is a deadly and addictive codeine-based brew consisting of prescription-strength linctus, soft beverages, and fruit-flavored hard candies.

THC Oil vs. Syrup

Delta8 Syrup may appear and feel like canna oil, but they are not the same. True, cannabis oil can be the primary component of THC syrup. Nonetheless, canna oil is commonly used to infuse both savoury and sweet meals, whereas Delta8 Syrup is a sweet ingredient that can be made quickly and utilised in the same way as ordinary syrup.


It's easy to make D8 Syrup at home. In the following, we provide a simple recipe for a Delta8 Syrup, but we encourage you to play with with it. Cloves, star anise, lemon zest, fresh herbs (basil, rosemary, etc.), and many other spices and herbs can be used to enhance the flavour of your Delta8 Syrup.


  • Water, filtered and not chlorinated, enough for 3 cups
  • 2-tablespoons of vegetable glycerin
  • Amount: 2 grammes of finely ground cannabis buds (or 1 gramme of cannabis concentrate, such as BHO).
  • 3 cups sugar; you can use muscovado or brown sugar if you choose, but keep in mind that doing so will result in a cloudy, black D8 Syrup.


  • Saucepan
  • Strainer
  • Cheesecloth
  • storage bottle or jar made of glass for your D8 Syrup


  • Sticks of cinnamon
  • Beans of pure vanilla extract
  • Natural flavourings (such as cloves, star anise, cardamom)
  • Produce that's just been picked
  • Herbs


  1. If you're using cannabis flower, get the bud ground up, spread it out on a baking sheet, and bake it at 110 degrees Celsius for around 30 minutes. By performing a chemical reaction called decarboxylation, you can make sure that the cannabinoids in your dry flowers are fully activated and that your D8 Syrup is pleasant and strong. After 20 minutes, remove the bud from the oven and rotate the baking sheet to ensure equal decarboxylation. When your cooking space has a faint aroma of skunky marijuana, it's ready! 

It's important to note that different types of cannabis concentrate have different decarboxylation requirements. Whereas cannabis oils will likely already be decarbed, heating is required for concentrations like butane hash oil. If you're using BHO, heat it alongside the ground herb on a silicone mat or parchment paper in a heat-safe dish for the same amount of time.

  1. Over medium heat, bring a saucepan containing the water, sugar, and aromatics to a boil. Once the sugar Delta8 Syrup has come to a boil, turn the heat down to low and whisk constantly until the sugar has dissolved.
  2. For 30 minutes over low heat with frequent stirring, incorporate your decarbed bud or concentrate. Then, after 5 minutes, add the vegetable glycerin and turn off the heat.
  3. After infusing the cannabis D8 Syrup with your chosen aromatics, let it cool fully before straining it through a cheesecloth-lined strainer to remove the plant particles.



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