Magical Butter Review – Does it Really Work?


by James Bickford

Updated: August 7, 2020

Magical Butter Review

Do you love marijuana-infused butter, but hate making it because of the annoying prep time, far-reaching strong smell and tormenting cleaning up after you’re done? If yes, you need to consider Magical Butter. This comprehensive MagicalButter review will get you acquainted with the machine, its pros and cons and everything in between that you need to know.

What Is It and How It Works?

The MagicalButter can make up to five cups of butter/oil per cycle, in as little as one to two hours. It has five different temperature settings and colorful LED lights that show the status. Basically, the machine has an immersion blender combined with a powerful, digital thermostat and a heating unit.

Without any labor required from your part, the machine blends, heats, stirs, grinds and steeps the materials at right temperature and right time intervals to yield perfect results, every single time.

Is It Really Expensive?

The machine is sold for about $175, which might sound like a major investment, and that’s what makes some people think it’s expensive. However, if you do a little math, you’ll realize that this machine can actually help save some real big bucks.

If you suck at math, let me do it for you. Let’s suppose you smoke high-quality flowers, three joints will cost you more or less $30 a day.

If you want to get the same potency by eating brownies that contain cannabis butter, it won’t cost you more than $3 a day. That means you will be spending a whopping ten times less. So, is the MagicalButter really expensive? You tell me.

Design – the Only Area of Concern?

The design is beautiful, compact and durable. In short, it will fit beautifully on your kitchen counter, will look good and will last many years to come. However, the only issue we have noticed and is reported by some users is a fragile handle, that can break apart. In fact, one of my friends had the MagicalButter and broke his machine’s handle only a week after the warranty had expired.

A broken handle might not be a big deal for some as it doesn’t impair the machine, but our friend wanted to get his favorite unit back to its original shape. Instead of trying to fix the machine himself, he contacted the customer service of MagicalButter, and guess what, even though his warranty had expired, they still sent him a brand new unit. Isn’t that crazy?

Magicalbutter Performance and Ease of Use

MagicalButter is extremely efficient and fast. As we mentioned earlier, you can get up to five cups of yield per cycle, in just about two hours. For example, we put two cups of flowers with some peanut oil and lecithin – the manufacturer’s recommended emulsifier – and we got almost one and a half cup of cannabis butter plus a lot of brownies.

The machine is designed carefully to extract the key nutrients and flavors from your favorite herbs and infuse them into anything from butter to olive oil to peanut oil to tincture, and whatnot. The butter and brownies tasted amazing, thanks to the smart technology that knows the right amount of blending and the right level of temperature.

All you have to do is make sure to put in the right amount of ingredients, choose the end-product you want, and that’s it, the machine will do the rest.

The biggest deterrent for anyone who loves cannabis butter is the lengthy and nerve-wracking process of making it. But the biggest selling point of MagicalButter is its ease of use. Forget about having to put all the ingredients in a food processor which takes forever, is super noisy and a pain in the butt to clean.

And then containing the smell is virtually impossible. But all these hassles are gone if you use the Magical Butter. It not only contains the smell but also makes the overall process so easy that once you set it up, you can do whatever you want until your butter is ready. Another amazing thing about the machine is its ability to clean itself.

Yes, just put some water and liquid dish soap into the machine, hit the Clean button and that’s it. Although the function works fairly well, just like with your favorite vape tank, you might have to clean it manually after using a few times.


If you’re a medical marijuana patient, this machine can be a godsend. If you smoke for just pleasure, you’ll love it even more, maybe even more than your best vape.

And if marijuana is illegal in your state, the machine can be used for making a variety of other oils and butter. Making cannabis butter was never easier, even the first-timers can expect great results. The only thing you’ve to make sure that you purchase the machine directly from the manufacturer. Even though you can grab it from Amazon, eBay and others, however, the manufacturer won’t honor their warranty, unless you purchased it from them directly.

Published: April 25, 2016Updated: August 7, 2020

James Bickford

My way of understanding the significance of vaping came not only through the disruption of smoking but its effects on society as a whole. Now I bring people to vaping and bring vaping to people. I love using new gear, writing in-depth reviews and generally nerding out about vaping to like-minded people.


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4 comments on “Magical Butter Review – Does it Really Work?

  • Kevin Wint

    April 5, 2021 at 5:15 am

    Hi is there supposed to be an alarm to let you know your cycle as finished please could someone let me know

  • Not coming back

    March 7, 2017 at 10:01 am

    no one ever comments about the strength of what the butter is.. how does it work without decarbing first? I don’t get it

    • Linda

      November 14, 2017 at 3:39 pm

      I have one of these and I think you might have misunderstood. With this machine, and even on their web site, they tell you to decarb first. You have to if you want to get the strongest THC. Have a look at their web site for more information. Good luck!

  • jim

    May 25, 2016 at 4:13 pm

    I love my Magical Butter Machine, best money I’ve spent all year, strongest edibles I’ve ever gotten! Set it and forget it, I prefer using coconut oil then using that in any recipe that calls for butter… it holds more thc and is much healthier, cant tell the difference when cooking with it.