Cannabis Oil Suppository Tutorial

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Overview: For liver cancer, colon cancer, vaginal cancer and tumors, ingest orally and use a suppository.

For serious conditions and for those with late stages or aggressive cancers, tumors, rectal or vaginal suppositories provide the greatest amount of medicine delivered with little or no head high. Cannabis suppositories deliver around 80% of the medicine, while taking cannabis orally delivers about 35% while smoking only around 15%. In addition to being a possible option for patients who can’t ingest or inhale cannabis, cannabis suppositories also begin to work quickly and last a long time, providing maximum absorption with maximum relief and no known negative side-effects.

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Dried Flower or Favorite Concentrate

151 Everclear

Baking Sheet

Aluminum Foil

2 x 1 qt. Glass Canning Jar

Double-Boiler or Rice Cooker

Glass or Stainless Steel Bowl

Candy Thermometer


Coffee Filters

Dosing Syringe

Oven Mitts

Cooking Oil

Cacao Butter

Suppository Molds



Fire Extinguisher



Spread ground flower over baking sheet, cover with aluminum foil, preheat oven 220 f

Place baking sheet in oven during preheat, set timer 20 minutes once preheated

Cool to room temp, place flower and 151 alcohol in freezer 24 hours, minimum 3 hours

Combine flower & alcohol in jar, shake 5 - 10 minutes, place in freezer 6 hours, minimum 1 hour

Strain into second jar through cheesecloth, discard flower, re strain through coffee filter

Set up double-boiler using a rice cooker or electric stove and glass or stainless bowl

Fill bottom of double-boiler with cooking oil, Weigh your glass or stainless bowl on top with a scale, take note for later

Pour cannabinoid saturated alcohol into top of double-boiler leaving room to boil off without splashing over

Using candy thermometer to regulate temp around 175F/80c add more solvent oil mix as it boils away

Fan alcohol fumes towards open window, avoid open flame, breathing fumes, and keep fire extinguisher close just in case

After most of the solvent evaporates off, use oven mitts to gently swirl the oil while reapplying to heat to keep temp

When bubbles stop forming and you can not smell alcohol fumes the oil is ready to be weighed

Place glass or stainless bowl containing oil on scale and subtract its empty weight you took note of earlier

Add cacao butter to cannabis oil, refer to Tips for mix ratio, swirl the oil while reapplying to heat to keep temp

Once oils are completely mixed together, cover with aluminum foil, place in freezer for 24 hours, minimum 3 hours

Thaw and heat oil mix for 20 minutes in oven at 200 f, cool to room temp

Carefully fill suppository molds using a dosing syringe

Keep suppositories in the refrigerator, once they become hard they're ready to use

Refer to Tips for mix ratio, Increase the dose according to tolerance.



Start with 1 - 2 grams of cannabis oil per 10 grams or 2tsp of cocoa butter, thats 0.1 - 0.2 grams of oil per suppository or 100mg - 200mg each, Increase the dose according to tolerance up to 5 grams of cannabis oil per 10 grams or 2tsp of cocoa butter, thats 0.5 grams per suppository or 500mg each

1oz flowers will generally make 4g - 6g concentrate

Tylenol 3 and Celebrex will block the cabinnonoid receptors


When choosing oils and edibles, please be aware that dosage depends on many factors including: height, weight, tolerance, previous usage, health issues, and current state of well-being. We encourage a caregiver to take care of patients requiring more than the recommended dose. The state of Colorado recommends 10mg of THC.


The statements made within this website have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. The efficiency of Cannabinoids have not been confirmed by FDA-approved research. This website and or Cannabinoids are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. All information presented here is not meant as a substitute for or alternative to information from health care practitioners. If you are taking any medication or are under treatment for any disease, please consult your health care professional about potential interactions or other possible complications before using Cannabis. The Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act requires this notice.