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How to Make CBD Honey

how to make CBD honey

Infusing honey with CBD is a fast and easy process that creates a CBD sweetener that can be added to a range of food and beverages to make your own DIY CBD edibles. 

Looking for a sweet way to use CBD for daily wellness, try infusing CBD with honey. CBD honey is great on its own as a CBD sweetener swallowed from a spoon, but it can also be used to create CBD edibles like CBD yogurt parfaits, CBD tea, CBD smoothies, and more. 

You don’t have to be an expert in the kitchen to make your own CBD honey. With just a few simple steps, you could be adding this CBD infused sweetener to your foods and drinks at home. 

Making CBD Honey

This recipe will provide about 16.5 mg of CBD in each tablespoon serving, but the recipe is easily altered to meet your preferences. 

Each mg of powdered CBD isolate is approximately 1 mg of CBD. It is easy to modify this recipe to use more or less CBD, making it a snap to adjust the amount of CBD per serving to best fit your needs. 

You can also adjust how much CBD honey you make at a time. This recipe uses a full 24 oz bottle of honey (available in any grocery store). However, you can make as much or as little as you want in each batch. 

This recipe calls for using a double boiler or slow cooker that will keep the honey from burning. If you don’t have access to a double boiler, then you can use a saucepan. When using a saucepan, use low heat and stir regularly to keep the honey from burning. 

What you will need:

  • Double boiler (or similar heating method)
  • Honey – 24 oz (or preferred amount)
  • RSHO™ CBD Isolate – 500 mg
  • Glass jar for storage


  1. Combine honey and CBD isolate in double boiler. 
  2. Heat to a temperature of 95 degrees Fahrenheit. 
  3. Stir constantly as CBD dissolves into honey. 
  4. Once CBD is fully dissolved into honey, remove from heat.
  5. Before fully cooling, transfer CBD honey into glass jar for storage. 

If you follow this recipe as written, 24 oz of honey will provide about 30 servings of one tablespoon each. There will be just over 16 ½ milligrams of CBD in each serving.  

You do not need to keep your CBD honey in the refrigerator. Simply store in an airtight container at room temperature. 

Why CBD Edibles

Infusing foods and beverages with CBD is a great way to add the benefits of hemp derived CBD into your diet. When CBD is taken with food, the body is able to more efficiently absorb the CBD and other cannabinoids before transporting throughout the body. 

Here is more about why you should take CBD oil with food

You can use our 99 percent pure CBD Isolate from RSHO™ to infuse your edibles like our CBD honey. This pure CBD powder can be blended into foods and beverages to create any number of CBD edibles. 

There are literally dozens and dozens of possible recipes. Use our CBD recipes to stimulate your creative cooking juices. Keep in mind that it isn’t suggested that you cook with CBD, especially at high heat, as doing so can diminish potency.

You can also use RSHO™ CBD concentrates to create your CBD honey. Because these pure CBD oils are full spectrum, they offer more than just CBD, infusing your honey with all the same beneficial nutrients, terpenes, flavonoids, and cannabinoids that are present in the hemp plant. 

RSHO™ CBD concentrates come in a wide range of CBD concentrations, so some math will be required to formulate a serving size that works best for you. Simply divide the amount of CBD you add by 30 to get the amount of CBD per one tablespoon serving. 

Learn More

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You can also find more recipes like this on our CBD Oil Recipes page.