This is the first #EdibleSunday. I have been trying and using a lot of Edibles in the last year. Now that I have my Cannabis Card, have access to a lot more edibles. I wanted to share my experiences, and get experiences and recommendations from others..
“YOU CAN ALWAYS EAT MORE, BUT YOU CAN’T EAT LESS”, is the first thing we saw on the back of the Korova packaging, and it is definitely a good motto for edibles.
With that, the first of these I tried, was the, Korova ‘Fifty One Fifty‘ Unrivaled Potency Bar, which has 500 mg THC and 5 mg CBD. Made with Hybrid Cannabis. It is described as a chocolate chip cookie baked on top of their Triple Chocolate Brownie. With my dosage being 40 to 60 mg, I had the bar cut into 8 pieces. With it being a brownie/cookie, cutting it, made it a little messy with the crumbs, but the large amount of chocolate helps keep it together. I am a chocolate person, and it had a lot and tasted great. These are made with hybrid cannabis strains, which have been working good for me lately. They are as described, and I was happy with the hybrid effects. 500 mg is already crazy to most people, and now I see they have their ‘Black Bar‘ at 1000 mg. Having to cut up stronger/highly potent edibles such as this, might take a minute, and make a little mess. But at the same time, they are priced the same or similar to the normal lower dosage edibles. And that makes this medicine cheaper for those of us on a budget.
The next one, was Sensi Chew ‘Insomnia‘, Medicated Chocolate Caramels. Each packages contains 100 mg (4 chews x 25 mg). An edible dose for me these days, is 40 to 60 mg, so I ate 2 chews. My first thought was on the flavor. I could really taste the cannabis in the chocolate. I liked the flavor and how the active ingredients made my mouth tingle. The flavor was not too sweet or rich, which I particularly like. I also like how fast they dissolved in my mouth, and did not get stuck in my teeth. They started kicking in within the hour. I could feel the strong indica effects, and they definitely lived up to their name, ‘Insomnia‘. I was asleep within a couple hours, and was knocked out solid, well into the morning..
Next, I tried the Bliss Peanut Butter Squares. Their name name does not do them justice, although their description helps. Made with layers of crunchy, salty peanuts, hand-made caramel, peanut butter cream, and rich milk chocolate. The packaging came with 120 mg THC (30 mg x 4 pieces). I had 2/a 60 mg dose. I am not a big fan of peanut butter cups, but these where very good, having that crunch, I feel is missing from most others. From their ingredients and packaging, they seem to be more gourmet. They have gluten-free and vegan options for those that prefer. May have also won awards, including 2nd place from High Times in 2010 for their German Chocolate Truffles.
Let me know your thoughts or recommendations on these or other edibles..