Cannabis Infused Fruit Flavored Gummy-Candy Shapes Recipe.

Fruit Flavored Gummy-Candy Shapes are easy to make at home and if you are prescribed medical Marijuana then you may well like to try making these tasty cannabis infused gum candies for yourself.

Simple, tried and tested recipe for making gummy-bears or any fruit flavored cannabis infused gums. I have tried several methods for making these and found to save time and make a large batch of different flavors that the boxed Jello from Walmart or similar store works very well.

However should you prefer a healthier option I include the details to make them from scratch.

First chose a mould to set the candy in, I purchased several moulds, from bears to smiley faces.

I find the silicone moulds work the best, shot glasses or similar will also work.

X3 Gummy Bear Moulds and Droppers

Prepare your cannabis tincture well in-advance and allow to cool.

There are several methods and recipes for making tincture suitable for making gummy candies.

Using a quality bud green dragon tincture with a high CBD and low THC vary the strength to suit your requirements and availability. If your budget doesn’t stretch as far as quality green, then it can also be substituted with leaves and stems, taking into account the better the green the stronger the tincture and finished product.

I chill my silicone trays in the freezer, it keeps them sterile and helps the liquid candy set faster, place a chopping board beneath the silicone tray for added support.

On a low heat add flavored Jello or similar to 3/4 a cup of water, stir and add 2-3 teaspoons of gelatin (more gelatin chewier candy) allow to dissolve throughly over heat.



• 1 cup natural fruit juice

• 2 tbsp honey

• 2 tsp lemon juice

or buy a pack of Jello and 3/4 cup of water for ease.

• both require 2-3 teaspoons of gelatin or vegetarian alternative.


• Place chosen molds on a chopping board.

• In a small sauce pan over medium-low heat add juice and honey or sugar or Jello and water.

• Add gelatin slowly and stir to combine avoiding lumps.

• Use a low heat and stir until throughly dissolved. Remove from heat.

• As the liquid begins to cool stir in the GD tincture

• Quickly place cooling liquid in molds using a dropper.

• Ensure each mould cavity is full and free from air-holes.

• Refrigerate for 20 minutes or overnight

• Pop out of moulds and enjoy.

I purchased several moulds and spend an afternoon making several batches changing the flavor for each batch.

Interested in other tried and tested recipes then drop me a message.

Enjoy and consume responsibly.








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Gardening was never a factor in my youth other than watching my Grandmother bent over (Mooning half the neighborhood) weeding. I do remember asking her about the “Lilly of the Valley” and Tulips (Tulips are by far my all time favorite flower). I wanted to know if we could grow them all year around. My Grandmother laughed and explained to me how flowers and vegetation work and how each season produced different flowers. I never had a chance to thank her so I’ll take this moment to say Thank you Babciu (Grandmother in Polish)! The list goes on. It turns out cannabis was the first plant seed I’d ever sown. It was in my grandmother’s garden to the point of flowering. I was 16 and the Police knocked on our estate in Poland and asked my mother if she knew she had a cannabis plant growing in her front garden. My mother still talks about it to this day. Cannabis has always been a part of my life. A while before I started using it for Medical and CBD Oil purposes. Marijuana help with my Parkinson’s Disease symptoms immensely. It subsides my tremors, dyskinesia, bradykinesia, dystonia…etc. In 2009 I moved to the Rolling hills of Wales to be with my husband, we were literally starting our life together. I agreed and that I would work with him in his profession which was garden design and gardening. As many times as I moaned and complained about my back, I would actually come home with the feeling of satisfaction for fulfillment. We had accomplished something. We made someone's garden shine (even though it was in the U.K. and it’s always raining) after a few days work, sometimes after days work. The appreciation would receive after a hard days work would make it worth the while. So my surroundings changed completely from “Concrete Jungle” (Philadelphia) to the rural rolling hills of Wales. I mean, fall asleep to complete utter quiet with the occasional sheep in the background. That took a while to get used to, I must admit. I look back at that time in my life a think to myself, there was no place I’d rather be at that time. My husband Stephen spoiled me for the first two weeks there meeting everyone in the family, the village and my head was spinning. Two weeks of heaven had past and it was time to slowly introduce me to my new career as a gardening “apprentice”. Of course, I had to fly back and forth to the UK and Poland up to three times a year due to my Parkinson’s Disease. It was easier for me to fly back and forth then to wait for months for an appointment to see a Neurologist in the United Kingdom.

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