I’m pleased as punch to see companies in the cannabis industry begin to embrace the low-dose patient, and Stokes Confections is doing just that, with their “Stokes Micros” line of
This post will take you through an extended journey of the entire 4.20 Bar product line. You’ll get to know each flavor individually and gain a better understanding of the Venice Cookie Co., the company who produces this delectable edible.
Some attributes are shared across all flavors. The first is consistency. Each 1 ounce bar has
There’s something exciting in the air, and by air, I mean your mouth. That’s because the days of “classic” cannabis edibles — those fat-filled, calorie-laden chocolate pot brownies and cookies — are officially gone. Sure, you can still find the traditional marijuana desert edibles, but they’re quickly being replaced by more exciting, exotic, even healthy cannabis treats. This post won’t cover the new-age healthy options (you can check out our post on vegan marijuana edibles for that),
Whether you are an animal rights activist, allergic to dairy, or simply just watching your weight; you’re probably wondering where all the vegan marijuana edibles are, right? Some certainly have “vegan” printed in bold letters on the packaging, but for the most part it’s hard to tell which edibles are actually vegan, and which ones are filled with animal byproducts. Your budtenders MIGHT be able to help you, but I wouldn’t count on it, and don’t be
KIVA Confections™ is a California based not-for-profit collective. They make only the highest quality medical edibles for patients, crafted from all natural ingredients and skillfully combined with cannabis. They lab-test every batch to ensure consistent THC potency. In this review, we’ll explore a
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When I was given one of Miss Mary Jane’s Chocolate Caramel Cake Pop Edible, it was alluded to that they would be fluffy, moist, and delicious. But somehow being told doesn’t fully prepare you for reality.
Sliced thin with flecks of dill peeking out, the salmon looks like any other of gravlax you would have for brunch. But put it on a bagel with a schmear of cream cheese, and you will get pretty stoned eating this delicacy.
The mastermind behind the THC infused salmon – cured in salt, dill, lemon, sugar and a weed tincture – is Josh Pollack, owner of Rosenberg’s Bagels and Delicatessen in