Edibles: in it for the long haul.
With the age of dodgy hash brownies firmly behind us, cannabis edibles have become the ultimate way to consume for those who want long-lasting effects without smoking or vaping.
And the new array of products and flavors available (Grape licorice! Pineapple-habanero gummies!) make finding your ideal enhanced snack an even tastier prospect. From low-cal gummies that promise quick cannabinoid absorption to gourmet granolas with full-spectrum rosin infusions, cookies and chocolates worth lingering over, edibles options have never been more delectable or diverse.
The guesswork is gone.
Today’s precision infusion methods and rigorous testing also mean dosing is reliable and predictable — no more eyeballing what you think is half a brownie and hoping for the best. Modern edibles are clearly measured and dosed to guide your experience.
That said, everyone responds differently, and edibles can take up to an hour to produce an effect, so it’s wise to start small. Different formulations— isolates versus full-spectrum extracts, for example — also affect an individual’s response.
So. Many. Great. Choices.
Whether you’re into chewy sweets like licorice and gummies or richer treats like chocolate and cookies, Eaze delivers. Check out all the ways you can kick off this 4/20 and keep the vibes going whenever, wherever, and for as long as you like.
A pioneer in cannabis confections, Kiva chocolate bars have been top sellers in California dispensaries for nearly a decade because they’re consistently delicious and high-quality. The same can be said for the microdose-friendly Terra Bites: dark chocolate espresso beans with 5mg of THC apiece.
Other sophisticated cannabis chocolatiers have recently joined the marketplace. Satori also specializes in microdosable milk- and dark-chocolate bars and bites, including THC-infused chocolate-covered raisins. Punch, on the other hand, lives up to its name by packing lots of cannabinoids into its many flavors.
Even cannabis cookies are microdosable— if you can resist the homemade richness of Dr. Norm’s Chocolate Chip Therapy. Based on a treasured family recipe and chock full of yumminess like pecans and toffee bits, each cookie is precisely dosed at 10 mg of THC, but it’s almost too easy to eat more than one.
Like all edibles, cannabis gummies have evolved with the times. The latest are fast-acting and come in a range of fresh flavors with varying levels of terpenes, THC, and CBD. Kiva’s new line of gummies, Camino, incorporate terpene and flavor profiles to evoke a California state of mind.
They’re available in CBD-forward Sparkling Prosecco, uplifting Pineapple Habanero and laid-back Wild Berry.
The low-calorie and low-key gummies from Plus are as discreet as a pack of breath mints and perfect for microdosing, with 5mg of THC per piece. Fun flavors like Sour Watermelon Sativa and Blackberry & Lemon Indica are infused with a patent-pending cannabis formula that allows for ultra-quick absorption.
It’s takes a skilled confectioner to make licorice — not to mention expensive equipment — which is why Emerald Sky stands as the lone cannabis-infused licorice on the market. Made by the same guy responsible for Trader Joe’s and Whole Foods’ licorice brands, Emerald Sky is available in 5mg and 10mg THC doses, in Ruby Fruits and Grape Noir.
As innovative as they are delicious, Altas Edibles’ crunchy granola clusters can best be described as elevated edibles. Created by a chef to help a loved one through cancer treatment, these infused yum nuggets are made with fruits, nuts and full-spectrum roisin from compressed cannabis flower. The sativa cluster blends apricot, caramel and cayenne, while the indica is a spiced chocolate with pepitas.
Also from Atlas Edibles comes an equally inventive drink mix infused with the same full-spectrum roisin. Available in three sophisticated flavors — Raspberry & Hibiscus, Pomegranate Green Tea and Lemongrass & Ginger — these CBD-forward formulas dissolve quickly in water for a fast-acting dose of wellness anywhere.
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