CBD Turmeric Bone Broth Recipe

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I spend a lot of energy promoting a plant based way of eating but that conversation shifts when we start talking about bone broths.

I swear by taking bone broth for improving immunity, moods, brain function, digestion, and reducing inflammation. A good bone broth is full of health boosting minerals, gelatin, collagen, glutathione, glucosamine and packaged in a form that is easy to swallow and absorb.

About once a month I will cook a whole organic chicken, debone it, and put the carcass and any parts that won’t be eaten into the crockpot and brew a big batch of bone broth.

Once made it can be used in all sorts of recipes or easily frozen for later use. One of my favorite ways to take it is simply to sip it plain with a little hot water, salt, and pepper.

During this month’s batch I decided to try infusing it with a high CBD (cannabidiol) cannabis kief and powdered turmeric. The results were great. I’ve had it first thing in the morning, in the middle of the day, and for dinner and no matter what it feels like I have done something good for myself.

CBD Turmeric Bone Broth

-bones and scraps from 1 organic chicken

-1T apple cider vinegar

-1 gram kief

-2T turmeric, or more

  1. Put the chicken parts in a crock pot and fill to about an inch from the top.
  2. Add apple cider vinegar and let sit over night on low. (This helps to bring nutrients out of the bones.)
  3. Remove all chicken parts and separate the liquid through a strainer.
  4. Return the liquid broth to the crockpot, add kief and turmeric, and let sit on low overnight.
  5. Use immediately or freeze individual portions for later use.

Notice that I did not decarboxylate my cannabis, which is something you may want to do before you add it to the broth. I didn’t feel the need to do so with this recipe or this particular strain of CBD (cannabidiol) rich kief.

If you are new to taking turmeric, feel good about adding lots in as it is beneficial for reducing inflammation, improving digestion, lowering blood sugar, increases bile production. It is mild in flavor and a bright yellow color that will bring extra life to your food.

Eat well.

-TwiceBakedinWA

 

2 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by Chrystal on April 25, 2016 at 8:27 am

    Thank you. This is exactly the type of recipe I’ve hoped to find today.

  2. Cheers to your health Chrystal! Cook on! -TBinWA

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