Milk extracts are helpful in processing Hemp flowers for use in cooking. Even milk with 2% fat will work in dissolving the cannabinoid glands. This is because, even though there is only a small amount of fat in the milk, it is evenly distributed, and will surround and dissolve the CBD glands, especially when heated. This is due to Lecithin, found in both cow milk and soy milk. It is a natural product, high in certain B vitamins and is an emulsifier, preventing oils from separating from other liquids. In some countries preparations combining cannabis (hemp) and milk have been used for centuries. Bhang, for example, is a concoction of this nature which can be cooked down and added to food or used immediately as a drink.
2.5 grams of ground Raw Hemp Flower; 1 quart of organic milk
First, bring to a boil 1 quart of organic cow or soy milk. Stir in 2.5 grams of Raw Hemp Flower. Sweeten to taste with either raw honey or cane sugar. Simmer (don't boil) for 30 minutes. Then strain and press the remaining liquid from the plant material, using either a baby food sieve or potato ricer. Once the milk is placed in a container it can be stored in a refrigerator for about a week. For longer storage it can be placed in the freezer. This will make approximately 30 moderate doses. A dose would be about 1 fluid ounce per serving.