Make Better Edibles
Friendibles was started by friends Evan and Ciprian after hearing one bad story too many about overly potent edibles.
- Mystery brownies at a backyard BBQ that leave you glued to your chair and unable to follow a conversation.
- A casual user consuming a concentrated gummy bear that causes them to collapse while taking the ferry to Nanaimo.
Evan and Ciprian are both passionate about spreading enjoyment of edibles and wanted these bad stories to become history. Not only for their friends, but for everyone. Friendibles was founded to remove the stigma and with the mentality that edibles should be friendly. Every time you eat infused food should be a safe and pleasant experience. Knock out treats shouldn’t knock you out.
From micro-dose to mega-dose, the Friendibles Oil & Butter Maker is the best product on the market for getting it right everytime.
Cannabis Oil and Butter Infuser
Easily make infused foods at home with the Friendibles Oil & Butter Maker. This product combines the best of ease and cost while promoting smart concentration tracking. It’s time to choose your own strength. With this Oil & Butter Maker, you can portion you oil or butter by the teaspoon so you can personalize the strength of your herbally infused foods. Quickly make delicious treats for a fun and relaxing time!
Butter, Cream, Milk, Coconut oil, Olive oil, Sunflower oil, Canola oil, Beef tallow, Duck fat and Bacon fat.
- Instructions with dosing chart
- Extraction pot – stainless steel
- Aluminum spice mill – 2″ diameter
- Filter bags (10) – biodegradable cotton
- Air tight silicone container – with warning label
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