CBD Infused Ceviche

Feel a little fishy/shrimpy? then how about some CBD infused Shrimp Ceviche? No cooking required. Simple and easy to make. The hardest part is the cleaning of the shrimp. You could circumvent that by buying shrimp that has been pre-cleaned. For more information on the helth benefits of CBD, click here.

Serving: 2

Ingredients

  • 1 lb shrimp
  • 1 small onion, minced
  • 1 clove of garlic, large, minced
  • 1 jalapeno minced, seeds and veins removed
  • 5-6 nice sprigs of fresh cilantro (coriander), leaves removed from the stems and finely chopped
  • 1/4 teaspoon sea salt
  • Fresh squeezed lime juice to cover the above – it should take 5-6 large limes
  • A few grinds of black pepper
  • 2 Tsp CBD oil

Instructions

  • Peel, de-vein, rinse and drain shrimp
  • Juice the limes, straining out the seeds and pulp
  • Cut the shrimp into 1/2″ pieces
  • Add the  CBD oil
  • Mix all ingredients together well
  • Place in a sealed container
  • Chill for 3 hours

Simple shrimp ceviche, infused with CBD oilNot a ton of preparation, with the exception of the shrimp if you’re cleaning it yourself. You could choose to boil the shrimp a little or just clean and season with lime juice and have it raw. Up to you.

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9 Comments

  • Anthony says:

    It is nice to see CBD infused food. It looks so delicious. The most important is that it contains CBD which has has so many health benefits. It is very nice to see food with CBD.

    You could do this at home. Do restaurants allow to add CBD in the food they sell. I just know it is banned in the New York city. The law is confusing right now and I don’t know where I could consume CBD openly.

    Thanks for sharing the innovative dish and I may try this weekend. By the way, where do you buy the CBD oil?

  • Wilson says:

    Oh, I love infused foods. I would definitely make this with raw shrimp instead of boiled as ceviche should be ;P Maybe add some THC in it instead of just CBD.
    Thanks for the great recipe idea! You should include your name in your article so we can address you better. It’ll also create a greater sense of community on your website. Which is a great idea, by the way. I know I’ll be coming back for more “medicinal” inspired recipes!
    Wilson

  • Aaron Skudder says:

    Hi.  The recipe looks delicious.  I will save this to my recipe list and make it when I get a chance.  I have a question, what is CBD?   I cannot seem to find on your site what the acronym stands for.  Is CBD a type of oil?  I see that you have a suggestion of eating the shrimp raw.  Personally, I would prefer to boil the shrimp for fear of bacteria.

    Great recipe.  Thanks.

    Aaron

  • Jordan Smith says:

    Yummy!! I love this style of ceviche and the only thing that changes always is the type of seafood I use. I do use raw fish, scallops or shrimp and let it “cook” in lime juice and though none of my siblings have any issues about eating seafood prepared in this way. I’m only surprised why many people still view it as raw and don’t want to try it.

    Thanks for this post.

    Regards

  • Russ Green says:

    What a brilliant idea this is, I had never thought about adding CBD oil to your food and I must admit it looks absolutely delicious, I could just eat that right now, I think we all know the health benefits of cannabis derived products such as CBD oil because they are very well documented, however this is probably the best way I’ve come across for taking it, it’s a better idea than swallowing tablets or smoking it, thank you for sharing. 

  • Pentrental says:

    Wow CBD infused ceviche, looks delicious and interesting at the same time. I like spice so this is right up my alley. The instructions are easy to follow and the ingredients look delicious. I’ll definitely be trying out this recipe and and saving your links to reference. This looks like a wonderful concoction, especially for summertime, well done!

  • Nuttanee says:

    Omg 2 of my favorite food combine, I love shrimp and I am currently taking CBD, this is exciting! Thank you for sharing this recipe. I will be sure to use this recipe for some sea bass ceviche as well, I bet this will taste amazing. I think I am going to use this recipe for a house party that I am attending this Sunday. 😊 

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