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What is Kief, How Do You Smoke It & 5 Other Amazing Ways to Enjoy It!

If you’re still kind of new to the weed wide world, then you might be wondering ‘just what is kief’? What’s the big deal anyway about some weed dust in the kief catcher at the bottom of your weed grinder? What to do with kief, other than toss it in the trash bin, might be another mystery to you. You should know that the kief, made up of those wonderful weed trichomes that fell off your nug of ganja when you were grinding, has massive amounts of cannabinoids like THC saturating it – more concentrated cannabinoids than the pot plant itself! Where do you think that precious crystal resin goes when you grind your cannabis flower? Our point is, you definitely do want to collect kief!

We’re gonna show and tell you exactly what to do with kief; we’re gonna explain how to smoke kief, how to make hash from kief; we will compare hash vs kief, as well as kief compared to wax, hash and dabs, we’ll discuss cooking with kief, and we’ll show you all kinds of kief uses! Get your scrolling finger ready and prepare to be educated about kief, that powerful cannabis pollen renowned by those in the know!

Any true toker knows that the best way to capture every treat of the cannabis flower is to have a trust worthy herb grinder.

Ensure your grinding process nets you as much kief as possible with this 4-piece grinder from Santa Cruz Shredder. Known for their durable build, you’ll get a fine grind every time and your precious kief will store in the grinder’s pollen catcher.

The stock photos from Dankgeek.com will show you every fun color this herb grinder is available in!
(A jar of kief weed trichomes, image from Ponch Hemece on Instagram)

Background: What is kief, really?

Cannabis kief, also known as keef or kif, is the fluffy stuff that gathers in the bottom of your weed grinder’s cannabis kief catcher. These resin trichomes of pot potency get filtered away from the ground cannabis plant leaf via kief screens separating the middle ground bud chamber and the bottom kief collection chamber, or kief catcher. Kief, also known as weed dust or weed crystals, contains a far more formidable concentration of psychoactive cannabinoids, especially THC (or tetrahydrocannabinol), than even the nugs or buds that are coated in sparkling cannabis pollen. All cannabis plants offer the chance to collect kief, whether you’re smoking powerhouse strains like OG Kush, Sour Diesel, White Widow, or Blue Dream, or you’re just toking the best plant matter you can get your hands on that day.

If you know how to use a weed grinder then you know that normally kief separates from ganja plant matter when you shred marijuana plant flower in your grass grinder; the kief catcher tray in the bottom of your grinder slowly fills with green powder over time as you mulch more and more cannabis flowers.

Beyond grinding, cannabis plants have for centuries taken many different forms – hash hashish, kief cannabutter, moon rock weed, essential oils – you name it. Starting in the Middle East and India, then spreading to the rest of the globe, kief has been heated and pressed with some kind of keef press into hashish cakes, or hash bricks, stacked for storage, then vaped or smoked in pipes or hookahs as one of the original weed concentrates.

When kief is pressed, whether into loose kief pucks or heated and pressed into hash cakes, the trichome heads and cannabinoid-rich resin, or terpenes, are crushed together and blended, turning into a sort of trichome powder. Bubble hash is made when cannabis leaves and weed flowers are soaked in ice water until the trichome heads become frozen and brittle; the trichome heads detach and fall from the plant matter and are gathered via a fine kief screen at the bottom of the water reservoir. Hash, wax and dabs result from collecting and processing the resin of pot plant materials to produce potent pot concentrated solids and oils with hefty percentages of coveted cannabinoids such as THC and CBD.

How strong is kief? Generally, your ganja may be from 15 – 25% THC; usually, kief is infused with around 40% to 60% THC, but more refined kief extractions using the ice water extract method, bubble hash – where frozen trichome stalks separate from the plant material and are harvested – have been found to have concentrations of up to 80% THC! Use kief sparingly, for these shredded cannabis crystals are potent no matter which way you consume them.

Surely it’s not just us who dream of sprinkling kief on our bowl before lighting up for a nice smooth, extra potent toke, right?

Make that dream a reality with this super sturdy Grav Upline Steamroller. Let it do the filtering – and boy does it filter! – as you enjoy every last bit of your cannabis flower.

All rights reserved on the stock photos from Dankgeek.com.

Fan of Grav’s quality glass creations, but looking for something more portable?

Toke on the go with Grav’s 5″ Upline Spoon Glass Pipe. It’s the pinched mouthpiece that we really love, as it prevents any unwanted materials from being inhaled. All you’re going to get is the smooth vapour of your kief kief as you puff puff it up up and away!

All rights reserved on the stock photos from Dankstop.com.

Here is a vid where this guy uses dry ice to extract kief, or cannabis pollen, from marijuana nugs:

(Grinder kief catcher full of cannabis pollen, image from Wiill Esquire on Instagram)

Some Good Kief Weed:

We have learned that those wondrous weed crystals, the cannabis trichomes, are the major source of terpenes and cannabinoids in the cannabis plant and that the weed dust that is sifted from your nugs and buds in the process of grinding up your ganja is called kief. Because the greatest concentration of potent cannabinoids – like THC – infuse the trichomes, or cannabis pollen, cannabis cultivators and pot farmers are continuously selectively crossbreeding phenotypes and new hybrid weed strains with more and more trichomes per pot flower. Some strains certainly produce more trichomes than others, and thus more potent trichome powder. As such, the potency of the kief is related to the overall potency of the marijuana strain itself – but at 40% to 60% THC, or even higher for more refined kief extractions, your kief THC is going to give you some powerful effects!

Use kief from these weed strains, which are known for having lots and lots of cannabis pollen:

The Best Kief Weed Strains By Type

Sativa Kief Weed Strains

Hybrid Kief Weed Strains

Dreamcatcher (or Dream Catcher strain)

Indica Kief Weed Strains

For the those who enjoy smoking kief and the rest of their cannabis flower on the go, but don’t want to compromise the quality of their experience, a super fine vaporizer is a must.

The Pro 50 Combustor Dry Herb Vaporizer from Mig Vapor is well engineered so you never compromise your toking experience. It heats up almost instantly and you have full control over what temperature to vape your plant material at.

Thank you, Mig Vapor for the quality stock image.
(A brick of heated and pressed kief known as hash or hashish, image from Weeds Finder on Instagram)

How to Smoke Kief:

Can you smoke kief? Oh, yes, but it’s a hard and powerful hit because of the intense concentration of kief THC! First and foremost, the easiest way to consume (we’ll let you decide for yourself what the “best way” is to toke this plant matter) kief is to sprinkle some grinder kief catcher goodness, powdery weed trichomes, over a weed bowl – this is also known as ‘crowning your bowl’; kief also works well sprinkled in over some shredded weed leaf in a joint or blunt. Bowl, blunt, joint – all are sure fire ways to enjoy all of the fine cannabis crystals your flower has to offer.

What about those asking about the hash plant? Fear not! Kief also can be pressed into a kief puck, or disk, and you can then crumble some into a pipe from there. If can also be heated and pressed into hashish or hash oil then you can smoke the hash in a pipe, smoke it rolled up in a hash blunt (or joint), or dab rig. Heating and pressing your kief hash can be as simple as using some parchment paper and a hair straightener. You need a lot of plant material, but it’s not impossible and you get fun new cannabis products to try once you’re done! That is also one way to smoke bubble hash or dabs. Moon rocks (or moonrocks), or moonrocks stix, are more great ways to smoke kief; moonrocks and moonrocks stix are buds or spliffs that are dipped in hash oil and rolled in kief. You can also smoke dabs or wax dipped in kief.

Kief can be collected from your weed grinder’s kief catcher, from the bottom of marijuana dispensary nug jars, by dry-sifting frozen marijuana flower on a silkscreen, by using a blender, by straining cannabis submerged in ice water through mesh bubble bags, or whirled in a mechanical drum – then the kief can be sifted through a silkscreen into airtight containers for storage in a cool, dark place.

Give your plant materials the farewell they deserve by sending them up into smoke in style!

The Turbine Tornado Percolator “Mig Tornado” Water Pipe from Mig Vapor is engineered so that heat and pressure sends your water and smoke swirling in a tornado action. Besides being fun to watch, it also does you the favor of cooling off the smoke before you inhale it. It’s easily one of the most fun way to consume cannabis plants around!

Thank you, Mig Vapor for the quality stock image.

Making Hash from Kief:

We talked a little bit about how to make kief hash above, and there’s a whole other blog about ‘How to make Hash Oil’ but let’s go over the basics of how to turn kief into hash.

  • Balling Kief into Hash – When you handle lots of cannabis buds and trim while harvesting, the resin glands of the weed trichomes will stick to your hands and fingers as dark brown sticky goop. You can rub your hands together to form small balls of hash, forming instant pressed kief, that you can now pop into a hash pipe to dab away! You can also make scissor hash similarly, by scraping off the shears or scissors that you use to trim pot plants and rolling the sticky resin into balls. So, can you dab kief? Yeah, just roll it up into a little sticky ball with your fingers, drop it into a hash pipe and have yourself a dab bowl!

Two other methods of making hash from kief include:

  • Using brute force. Simply load your cannabis kief into a premanufactured Rosin press and press it into a nice, firm block. If you don’t own a hash press and only want to process a minor amount of marijuana kief, you can also wrap the weed dust in baking parchment paper and press it together firmly with your fingers or between two books.
  • The second method of pressing kief into hash uses both heat and pressure to transform the resin glands into proper, smokeable hash.

(Pressed kief pucks or disks, image from Rosinsmith710 on Instagram)

By the way, if you were wondering about the difference between hash, wax and dabs; dabs are made by extracting THC and other cannabinoids using a butane solvent or CO2 which results in resiny oils also commonly referred to as wax, shatter, budder, and butane hash oil (BHO). Hash is pressed and heated kief. Because they are all basically cannabis concentrates, there is no real difference in how to smoke hash, how to smoke wax or how to smoke dabs. Most vaping and dabbing rigs can accommodate hash, wax and dabs. If you want to know how to smoke dabs without a rig, there are hash pipes, bongs, hot knives (heat up a knife, place the concentrate on the hot knife and breathe the vapor in through a straw), vapes – and you can even eat dabs like you would a weed medible. If you collect kief, it can be included in all of the above in one way or another for a more potent high thanks to its high count in cannabis crystals.

If you’ve ever wondered can you snort kief, the answer is no. Well, technically you can, but if your end goal is to get high then snorting your trichome powder won’t do you any good. Kief is heat-activated, and snorting it wouldn’t trigger the cannabinoids like THC in the trichomes, that’s why you can touch it and you don’t get high from weed crystals on your skin.

Other Kief Uses:

Okay, so you’ve smoked it, or you’ve dabbed it, but we’re not done yet showing you what to do with kief!

1) Kief in Coffee – Ganjava! We have melted cannabutter in our own morning coffee cups; for even more potency, we could use hash butter, or kief butter (more on that below)! This is similar. Hot coffee decarboxylates and thus activates the cannabinoids infusing your kief. Just add about a half gram or so to your steaming morning cup of caffeine! Caffeine seems to enhance the high, though it can add to jitteriness if you’re using a sativa-heavy strain. Both caffeine and cannabis increase dopamine secretion in your brain, stimulating your mental pleasure centers. Just remember that kief is STRONG and so a little goes a long way!

2) Cooking with kief Kief makes a great addition to any meal. But you have to do a bit more than just sprinkling weed dust on your omelet or oatmeal.

  • The easiest way method of cooking with kief is to add a teaspoon or two to some hot oil in a saucepan on your stove top, with the burner on low to medium heat. As the veggie or olive oil becomes hotter and hotter, stir in your kief, and let it saturate the oil for 20-40 minutes, depending on the potency that you are going for. Then you add in the other ingredients of your meal, stirring the kief oil and ingredients together to mix them thoroughly.
  • You can use kief to make yourself some kief butter, which – like hash butter – is a more potent form of cannabutter. Melt some butter in a crockpot or saucepan on low heat, and pour your kief into the butter once it’s completely melted. Stir the kief oil mixture every 10 to 15 minutes, keeping the kief simmering in butter for 4-5 hours to ensure proper potency as the weed pollen binds with the fat molecules in the butter. In an airtight container, your kief butter should keep for several weeks to a month; if you freeze it, then kief butter will be good for about six months.

(Making kief butter, image from Shrug This Life on Instagram)

3) Kief Tea (or kief chai, which is kind of tea):

  • Spoon a quarter, half or full teaspoon of kief into a metal tea ball or pack it into an empty tea bag or folded coffee filter.
  • Place the container kief filter into a coffee mug.
  • Then boil some water in a kettle or saucepan.
  • Once the water is at a low boil, pour the hot water into the coffee mug with the ground kief and steep for five minutes – adding steeping time to increase the potency of your kief tea.
  • Enhance your kief tea with a blend of your favorite regular tea and sweeteners for flavor; add milk or creamer to boost the psychoactivity of your kief tea (because cannabinoids like THC bind with fats in foods like dairy products)!

(Cannabis kief coconut oil, image from Cannacoco 420 on Instagram)

4) Kief Coconut Oil – Why is kief coconut oil a big deal? Because, pot learners, coconut oil has a very high concentration of saturated fats and is thus a most excellent binding agent for THC and other cannabinoids. Veggie oil and olive oil both have saturated fat contents of less than 20%, however coconut oil contains over 80% saturated fats – so using coconut oil to bind the cannabinoids from your kief will yield some phenomenally potent and psychoactive oil.

Making kief coconut oil requires only a couple of ingredients:

1 – 2 tbs of kief (more if you’re adventurous, but this kief coconut oil will have high potency, so be aware)

1 cup of coconut oil

You’ll also need:

A strainer or piece of cheesecloth

A double-boiler, crockpot, or saucepan

Directions:

  • Combine coconut oil and your kief in the double-boiler, pan or crockpot and heat the two together on low or warm heat for 2-4 hours, allowing for decarboxylation – the activation of kief THC.
  • If using a crockpot then set it on low and stew your kief coconut oil mix for 4-6 hours, stirring occasionally; in a double-boiler simmer your kief coconut oil mixture on low for at least 6 -8 hours, stirring occasionally; or in a saucepan on the stove put the burner on low for at least 3-4 hours, stirring frequently. In each of these you should add a small amount of water to help avoid burning. For each of these methods, if you have a confection thermometer, check to make sure the temperature of the oil does not exceed 245°F/118°C.
  • After you’re done cooking, strain the kief coconut oil through the cheesecloth, drain it into a resealable canning jar or other airtight container, and store the oil in the refrigerator. The kief coconut oil should be good for up to two months, up to six months if you freeze it. You can use it in anything that you would use regular cooking oil for – load yourself up on lots of potent medible treats!

Here is a variation where a dude makes infused coconut oil with both dry sift weed kief and bubblehash:

5) Kief Gummy Recipe – Yes, you read that correctly, one of the things that you could make with your infused kief coconut oil is ganja gummies!

Ingredients:

1 large pkg. orange Jell-O

1 1/2 cup orange juice divided

1/4 cup kief coconut oil

4 packets of gelatin

Instructions:

  • First, combine the Jell-O and 1 cup of oj in a medium saucepan, then you add your 1/2 cup of honey and your ¼ cup kief coconut oil and heat your mixture slowly, stirring frequently.
  • In a small bowl, mix the gelatin with the remaining orange juice and allow the gelatin mixture to sit for five minutes.
  • Next add the gelatin mixture to the Jell-O and cook it all over low heat for about 5-7 minutes. Whisk the ganja gummies mixture continually, scraping the sides of the pan.
  • Pour the ganja gummies mixture into silicon candy molds and let it cool down to room temperature, then put the filled molds in the refrigerator to set.
  • Remove the ganja gummies from the molds, dust with some cornstarch to prevent sticking.
  • Enjoy some infused kief gummies as a treat!

(Weed shaped kief gummy, image from Dank Doll on Instagram)

Summary: What is kief?

There you have it, the answer to what to do with kief is definitely do not throw cannabis pollen away! Can you smoke kief? Yes, it is great sprinkled over a weed bowl – or just as a kief bowl by itself, though it’d be much more potent than a plain pot bowl burning some leaf. Can you dab kief? Yes, you can dab kief as kief oil or as hash oil, or even as solid hash. Can you vape kief? Sure, pretty much any way that you can smoke dry herbal weed or any way that you can vape any other oil or solid cannabis concentrate, you can smoke kief or dab kief, or smoke or dab hash made from heated and pressed kief.

If you know how to use a grinder and know what a kief catcher is for, then you can get ahold of your own kief weed dust, no matter which zip code you live in. You can smoke the kief loose or compress it into hash if you know how to make hash from kief. A homemade or commercial kief press and some heat will turn kief or even pressed kief into hash. If you know how to smoke hash in a pipe, if you know the different between hash vs kief, then you can knowledgeably decide whether to smoke or dab kief or even smoke a hash blunt!

Eating kief is a matter of making some kief butter or maybe some kief coconut oil, that you can then use to make nummy treats like kief gummies and other kief edibles – we have even given you a number of kief recipes. Thirsty? You can brew up some kief coffee or kief tea.

How strong is kief? Much stronger than weed, because most of the cannabinoids in kief weed are found in the weed trichomes – and more glittery weed crystals fall through grinder keef screens into the kief catcher; pot farmers are growing more plants with lots of weed dust because they are a much more potent smoke. Whenever you are grinding you are making kief; and there are many kief uses from smoking kief, to eating kief, to drinking kief and other amazing ways to enjoy that potent cannabis pollen known as kief! So make sure you dry sift through each grind for the precious cannabis crystals hiding away in your kief kief!

And finally, here is a video review on how to use and smoke kief (just in case the article was TLDR):

If you’re still kind of new to the weed wide world, then you might be wondering ‘just what is kief’? What’s the big deal anyway about some weed dust in the kief catcher at the bottom of your weed grinder? What to do with kief, other than toss it in the trash bin, might be another mystery to you. You should know that th

7 Ideas for When You Don’t Know What to Do With Kief

See all that fine powder at the bottom of your grinder? Well that my friends is Kief, and it is a THC goldmine! Also known as ‘dry sift’ or ‘pollen,’ this crystallized treasure is actually the most important, and potent, of the marijuana plant. So now that you know what it is, here are 7 ways to get the most out of this potent little treat.

  • Kief, Trichomes, and Cannabis
  • How to Collect Your Kief
  • What to Do With Kief
    • 1. Top off bowls and joints
    • 2. Press Your Own Hash
    • 3. Use a Pollen Presser For Easy Storage
    • 4. Vaporize it
    • 5. Have a Powerful Morning Drink
    • 6. Make E-Cig Juice
    • 7. Make Edibles
  • Your Favorite Way to Use Kief

If you’re a regular smoker, it’s safe to say that you’re used to using whatever you can and don’t waste anything. Stems will promptly be thrown into whatever you’re using for cannabutter, and seeds are made into oil for cooking and moisturizers.

Whenever you grind a new batch, you may notice that crystals slowly accumulate at the bottom. Aside from having it sit there, you don’t know what to do with kief. You don’t really know what it is or what can be done with it, so you don’t pay much attention to it.

If you don’t know what to do with kief, you’re missing out on a THC goldmine. Kief can do a lot more than make your grindings dustier, and once you learn about what it is and what you can do you’ll be eager to spread the word to your friends.

Kief, Trichomes, and Cannabis

Take a look at your grinder (or the bits and pieces of things at the bottom of where you store your weed). The fine powder you notice is probably a little sticky to touch, smells potent, and is what is known as “kief”.

Kief (also known as pollen or dry sift) is actually the most important part of the marijuana plants you smoke. Essentially kief is a concentrated part of the best thing about cannabis: the THC (not to be confused with CBD).

The term “kief” specifically refers to the resin glands that have the terpenes and cannabinoids that help you feel high. Kief is made up of trichomes. They’re those small hairs you see on buds that occasionally look crystallized.

The term “trichomes” isn’t unique to cannabis plants. Trichome can appear on plants, algae, lichen, and even protists. The crystals and “hairs” you see coating your weed are trichomes, and they contain a good amount of THC. The cannabis plant will always contain a concentration of THC, but the trichomes happen to contain much more of it.

We clearly know the benefits of trichomes on cannabis for humans, but you may be a little curious about what these small hairs and crystals can do for the plants. Marijuana plants aren’t using the trichomes the way we use them. In fact, they’re a way for the plants to defend themselves against pests and the environment.

The trichomes taste bitter and produce a strong aroma that makes them nearly unpalatable to animals. They also help shield some sensitive parts of the plant from the sun and can help protect it against harsh winds.

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How to Collect Your Kief

Now that you know how powerful kief can be, it’s time to start putting it to good use. If you want to get the most our of your kief you need to learn how to properly collect it.

After you’ve been grinding weed for a while, you’ll notice that kief will start to appear in your grinder. If you just have a regular grinder you could be missing out on harvesting a lot of kief.

The classic three-chamber grinder is the preferred way to harvest kief, and using it is very easy. All you have to do is grind your buds like usual, and the kief will fall to the bottom. After a while you’ll collect a considerable amount of kief.

There’s also something else simple you can do to maximize the amount of kief you can get. All you’ll need to utilize it are a coin, access to a fridge, and a little bit of time.

First, you need to empty out the kief that’s there. Find a coin that can fit easily inside of the middle chamber and move around. Something as small as a dime or as big as a silver dollar can work depending on the size of your grinder.

After you’ve done that it’s time to reassemble your grinder and put it in the fridge. It’s important to remember that you don’t want to let a lot of moisture in, but you do want it to be nice and cold.

Once you’ve placed it in the fridge wait 20 or so minutes. You want to give everything enough time to chill evenly. One you feel like everything is nice and cold, you can take it out.

The cold temperatures will have greatly reduced the stickiness of the kief, and the coin will help easily dislodge what’s in there. Now all you have to do is shake it up and let the kief come free. When you empty the chamber you should see a considerable amount of kief ready for you.

What to Do With Kief

Now that you have some kief to experiment with, let’s start to have some fun with it. There are many answers to the question what to do with kief, and the right one depends on your style.

Are you more of a smoker, or do you like to vape? Would you rather eat an edible than load up anything to smoke? We have answers that can fit every cannabis consumption style!

1. Top off bowls and joints

This may seem obvious, but after you learn the sheer amount of things you can do with kief you may feel like sprinkling it on top of a bowl or joint is wasting it. There’s nothing wrong with the classics, and the simplest way to use kief is to utilize it is to just add it to what you’re already smoking.

If you haven’t been collecting kief, you’ve already probably had some kief gently sprinkled in what you already smoke. Using it on top of ground bud lets you utilize THC, and also gives the kief something to grip onto.

This method lets you use a little bit of kief, and doesn’t necessarily have to pack a big punch. If you just want a little kick, just sprinkle a bit on top of your bowl or joint buds and you’ll be set.

If you want to get really fancy, make a layer of pure kief in the middle of your bowl or towards the end of your joint. Once you hit that layer you’ll have a little treat!

This way is simple and effective and can be done pretty fast. If you want a no fuss answer to the question of what to do with kief, this is it.

2. Press Your Own Hash

If you’ve ever wanted a simple way to make hash, all you need is kief and a few things you probably already have around your house. This is a popular way to make hash because it can be done relatively quickly if you have kief on hand.

Nothing can beat brewed hash oil, but this method will still give you enough usable hash. To utilize this method all you need is kief, parchment paper, and a hair straightener or an iron.

Simply fold your parchment paper and put the kief inside. When you’re ready, use your straightener or your iron. Don’t use it for so long that it burns the paper, only long enough to let the kief heat a little and compress.

After that, you should have a little hash brick you can use. If you’d like you can smoke it like usual, but if you want to do something different you could always cook with the hash.

3. Use a Pollen Presser For Easy Storage

You don’t know what to do with kief now, but you still want to have kief for later. You could always put it in its own little container, but there are tools you can use to make storage more efficient.

A pollen presser container is two small metal containers that screw on both sides and are designed to create a lot of pressure. If you use one you’ll be able to pack your kief into tight round disks that you can easily store.

You can use this method on a small amount of kief or several grams of it. This is ideal for people that accumulate kief fast and a simple way to store it and keep it fresh.

4. Vaporize it

Do you have a vaporizer you use for flowers? Have you been looking for a vaporizer and want to find different ways to use it? If you want to know what to do with kief, simply put some in a vape.

It’s important to remember that kief is much more powerful than regular buds, so you may want to use just a small amount. Pack it how you would any other vaporizer, then just sit back, relax, and enjoy your harvested kief!

5. Have a Powerful Morning Drink

Do you not know what to do with kief, but love coffee? If you have some kief you want to use and want to have an especially good morning, you can use your kief to spice up your favorite beverage.

This will only work on hot beverages, so don’t waste good kief in a cold brew or iced coffee. The heat will help activate the highly concentrated cannabinoids and can start working in as little as 15 or 30 minutes.

Think of it as a simple way to eat to edibles, but not as strong as your average brownie or cake. This is a simple way to figure out what to do with your kief, and it’s a great way to share with friends for a special cup of coffee.

6. Make E-Cig Juice

Want to know what to do with kief and also need a way to spice up your e-cig? If you like to vaporize there’s a way you can make kief infused juice you can fill empty cartridges with. This method is simple, and all you need to use it are a few supplies.

First off you’ll need propylene glycol and vegetable glycerin. You should be able to find this easily on Amazon or a different online retailer. A double-boiler and a few syringes are also needed, and if you’d like you can even add something for flavor.

Add your glycerin and glycol (a 1:1 to ratio is usually best) to the double boiler, then add your kief. Let it cook until the kief melts away and your liquid is at an even consistency. If you want to add flavoring, put it in the mixture once it evens out and let it cook for a few more seconds.

Now that it’s ready you’ll want to pour the mixture into a coffee filter over a mug or pot so you can sift out any remaining plant material. Once it cools you’ll have kief infused vape juice!

7. Make Edibles

If you love to cook, the answer to the question of what to do with kief is to add it to your favorite recipes. Kief will have more of a subtle flavor than buds, and you may find that you prefer to cook with it.

Edibles have become a popular way to consume marijuana. And almost every recipe you’d use with buds you can use with kief.

The easiest way to use kief is to make cannabutter, then use the cannabutter whenever you’d us regular butter. You could have simple cannabutter and toast, or you could add it to pasta.

Your Favorite Way to Use Kief

You should know what to do with kief after reading this post. We mentioned a lot here, but we haven’t mentioned everything you can do with kief.

Did we miss your favorite way to use kief? Tell us about it in the comments! If you have any questions about kief or our products, contact us so we can start a conversation.

When you don't know what to do with kief, you can get pretty creative. Here are 7 of our best ideas for when you have a full kief catcher.