This cooking oil, has a moderate THC content and may contain CBD. It may give the impression of feeling stimulated, increase the appetite and alter creativity levels. Cannabis oil for cooking is obtained through a CO2 extraction process. It is then diluted in a neutral oil rich in triglycerides, a coconut oil. It should be noted that there is no added flavour and the oil will therefore have a smell and a taste of cannabis. This edible oil can be used for all the most common uses/applications of the kitchen. It can be added directly to food or heated, but it should not be heated to a high temperature and emanate smoke. It should not be used for frying. The recommended maximum cooking temperature is 350 degrees Fahrenheit (180 degrees Celsius). Cooking oil should be used with caution. In order to avoid an overdose, make sure that the oil is properly distributed between the portions. Effects can take 30 minutes to 1 hour to appear and can last up to 8 hours or more. It is strongly advised to start with a low dose and wait a few hours before consuming more, if desired. Don't smoke that oil!