Posts in Category: cannabis edibles

Bhang Cannabis Infused Ice Chocolate Bar (2018 Review)

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It may sound weird coming from a cannabis-lover, but sometimes I want an edible without the overpowering marijuana taste–I know, I know. Sue me. (If you’re new to the cannabis world you might want the opposite as that distinct flavor might initially be off-putting.) Read More

Kushy Punch Plum Flavored Indica Gummy (2018 Review)

 

We all have go-tos that never let us down: watching Friends for a laugh, having a martini for breakfast, dining at the local Mexican place for dinner. For me, it’s my favorite pair of perfectly worn jeans. Every time I put the soft, light blue denim on I know exactly how they’ll fit. While

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Get Baked With These 3 Spooky Edible Recipes

 

The spirit of Halloween is based on do-it-yourself creativity. From homemade costumes to a spruced-up trick bag, the more handmade a prop is, the more authentic the experience feels–especially if it looks and tastes memorable. 

Rather than making cannabutter from scratch, you can use cannabis-infused treats (chocolate bars work best) and melt them down,

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KIVA Blackberry Dark Chocolate Bar (2018 Review)

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When I’m looking for great edibles, I know the devil’s in the details (as well as in the calories, but I choose to ignore that). There are many brands with great marketing and branding yet lackluster products. Others are so focused on the product that they completely miss the mark on

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Flav Cocoa Nibs Dark Chocolate (2018 Review)

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Heath bars are one of my all-time favorite sweets. Growing up I’d start every family road trip by spending my hard-earned babysitting money on a Heath bar from the first gas station along the way. And by hard-earned, I mean sitting kids in front of the TV while I talked to

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Défoncé Chocolatier Vanilla Chocolate Bar (2018 Review)

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The first time I watched “Willy Wonka and The Chocolate Factory” as a child I could feel the excitement as Charlie unwrapped his golden ticket–followed by feelings of terror thanks to a certain boat ride in the movie.

 

I still get a tinge of that same rush when I unwrap a Défoncé

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