Making edible gummies is a fun way to turn your favorite concentrates into a tasty treat that can be ingested rather than inhaled. The process is simple, and you can use almost any type of concentrate.
What is Concentrate?
A concentrate is a potent form of herbal extract that has been processed and concentrated to increase potency and flavor. Concentrates can be made from the resin glands, or trichomes, of the plant. They usually come in the form of oils, waxes, and other types of extracts.
Why Make Gummies With Concentrate?
Concentrates are most often inhaled, but can also be ingested orally as long as they are decarbed first. Gummies offer a tasty way to enjoy the effects of your concentrate without inhalation, and they also offer a convenient way to dose accurately and prolong the effects.
Concentrate Gummy Recipe
Combine Maestrodose DIY Gummy Mix, liquid ingredients (per recipe), and your concentrate in a heat-resistant container and whisk thoroughly.
Heat and stir for 8 minutes, adding sugar at the 1-minute mark.
Fill each chamber of the gummy mold to the first shelf, then top up with the remaining mix.
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More than a gummy-making kit, Maestrodose is an edible gummy system designed to be easy-to-use and customizable.
Source your own concentrate and use our calculator to deliver the dose that’s ideal for you.
Our citrus-flavored gummy mix acts as the foundation for various recipes — simply combine with water and sugar, or try other ingredients to alter the flavor profile of each batch:
Frequently Asked Questions
What kitchen equipment do I need?
Just a few common kitchen tools are required to prepare a batch of edible gummies:
What is the maximum volume of concentrate I can add to a batch of gummies?
We recommend a maximum of 21 mL per batch — that's 1 mL per gummy — otherwise your gummies may not set properly.
Can I add multiple concentrates to one batch of edible gummies?
Yes, as long as the total volume does not exceed 21 mL per batch.