CannaJam! Infused Jelly Recipe!

Hola Amigas!

We are back with a munchie monday video! We finally have the long awaited infused Jam recipe that I make basically every week.

This receta only has four ingredients and comes together quickly. Who needs store bought jelly when you can make your own that will get you elevated.

For this recipe you will need:

1 lb of strawberries, or other berry. Washed, cored, and sliced.

2 tablespoons chia seeds

3 tablespoons agave (non infused)*

1 tablespoon infused agave*

*You can also do four tablespoons of infused agave, just keep on very low heat and thinly slice strawberries to decrease cooking time.

Place the strawberries into a pot on low heat, add three tablespoons of agave, and let warm up. As the strawberries heat they will release juices, and I like to add the chia seeds once the natural liquids cover the berries. Add the chia seeds and let heat on low for 10-15 minutes.

Once heated, add your infused agave and remove from heat. Use an immersion blender or pour some of the mixture into the blender. This step is optional, but I think it makes all the difference.

Let cool to room temperature, before placing in the fridge. Let it cool for 3-4 hours or overnight as this will help thicken the jam.


You now have delicious jelly for all of your Baked PB&J’s! Or you can add this to oatmeal or however else you use jelly in tu casa!

I can’t wait to get back to making more recipes and I hope you enjoyed this one! Let me know down in the comments what other recipes and videos you would like to see!

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Authentically Yours,

Kelcie Kush

LEGALIZE! and Expunge


Today’s post, I will be focusing on an article by Tom Angell for Forbes. A quick summary is that this article focuses on Congress’ plan to vote on Legalizing Cannabis Federally! I am (obviously) a huge proponent on legalizing, however this official vote does bring insight to the divides and hidden intricacies of legalization. Let’s get into the nitty gritty friends!!

Firstly, the legislation is called the Marijuana Opportunity Reinvestment and Expungement (MORE) Act. This would be a huge win for the cannabis industry and is the only way we should progress as cannabis becomes less of a taboo. The MORE Act would not only remove cannabis from the Controlled Substances Act (CSA) but would also designate money to be used to benefit those affected by the “War on Drugs.”

If this passes, this would be the end of cannabis prohibition and the beginning of a whole new world!

That may seem a tad over-dramatic, but that’s how I roll. Seriously though this would really begin a whole new type of cannabis industry. It would allow states to decide how to regulate. It would affect how businesses work, it may allow for cross-state transportation; meaning my company in Colorado could ship products into New Mexican dispensaries and vice versa. Who knows, maybe with the entire country smoking or eating weed then we can all get along!

A lady can dream. Yes I am high whilst writing this, I mean its a cannabis blog, so now lets get back to the point at hand!

Legalization alone is not enough, we must also be mindful of the thousands of people who are incarcerated. The war on drugs, targeted black and hispanic people and are the ones who are sitting in jail due to possession. They also have a very difficult time to find jobs after jail, which leads to a never ending cycle. When cannabis becomes federally legal, it wouldn’t make sense to continue to incarcerate them and would not be fair for them to have a record for using something that is now legal, and shouldn’t have been illegal.

Yes you heard me right, cannabis shouldn’t have ever been illegal. This federal legalization is long overdue, and it is important that we expunge the record of all cannabis convictions as a result. Legalization and Expungement are like peanut butter and jelly or mac and cheese. Sure you could have one without the other, but it only combined that you experience a perfect harmony.

So there we have it, I also included sources if you want to read for yourself.

Do you guys want to more learn about the political side of cannabis, the daily lifestyle, or how to’s? Or all of the above! Let me know!

Authentically Yours,

Kelcie Kush

Angell, T. (2019, November 16). Vote To Federally Legalize Marijuana Planned In Congress. Retrieved from %1$s.

Resing, C. (2019, April 22). Marijuana Legalization Is a Racial Justice Issue. Retrieved from