One of the most popular oil for cannabis infusion is coconut oil. In fact, it is one of the most in demand products in the industry of cannabis today. Coconut oil got to infused its way to other products as well, including topical and edibles. The reason behind this is because of the different factors that surround it. 

One of the factors that I am asking about is the high concentration of saturated fats that coconut has. This then create a great binding agent for cannabis. In fact, coconut oil contains almost 80% oil saturated fats. 

Here’s Patrick Bennett’s article wherein he talks about the goodness of coconut oil and how you can create an infused cannabis coconut oil:

Coconut Oil Uses and Health Benefits

Coconut oil also contains other sets of beneficial acids that have been known to have a list of potential health benefits. Lauric acid is a great example — when digested, lauric acid creates a monoglyceride that acts as an antimicrobial. These fatty acids are found in abundance in coconut oil, making it a top contender for those looking for a healthier oil base than butter or canola oil.

Another fantastic benefit of using coconut oil is that when you use it to extract cannabinoids, your end product will remain solid at room temperature. The versatility of a cannabis-infused product that remains solid at room temperature is paramount when considering its use as a topical agent. Furthermore, its solid state allows the oil to be easily stored via gelatin capsules, a widely popular and highly effective method of distributing cannabinoids. See full post here…

With the many benefits of coconut oil and cannabis, it won’t be surprising if these two will become a big thing in the future.