Friendibles was started by friends Evan and Ciprian after hearing one bad story too many about overly potent edibles.
- Mystery brownies at a backyard BBQ that leave you glued to your chair and unable to follow a conversation.
- A casual cannabis user consuming a concentrated gummy bear that causes them to collapse while taking the ferry to Nanaimo.
Evan and Ciprian are both passionate about spreading enjoyment of cannabis and wanted these bad stories to become history. Not only for their friends, but for everyone. Friendibles was founded on the mentality that edibles should be friendly and to remove the stigma of both cannabis and edibles. Every time you eat cannabis infused food should be a safe and pleasant experience. Knock out treats shouldn’t knock you out.
Cannabis Oil and Butter Infuser
Grind It. Bake It. Steep It. Done.
It’s time to choose your own strength. Personalize the concentration of THC in your infusion and infused foods. Reduce the extraction of cannabinoids to 2 hours and learn to make cannabis infused butter and oils. The Friendibles Cannabis Infuser is designed to combine the best of ease and cost while promoting smarter THC concentration dosing. Simple and effective for both beginners and experienced users. The Infuser comes with a 2″ aluminum grinder, filter bags and a labeled infusion container to help you keep it separate and safe.
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Fivepoint Cannabis Bridgeland
From micro-dose to mega-dose, the Friendibles oil and butter infuser is the best product on the market for getting it right everytime.
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KKE’s Sensi-star is quite strong compared to some oils on the market. Ranging from 25-28mg of THC per mL, it can get you where you want to go, even if you have a high tolerance. But what has been great for me is using the syringe to dose out in 0.1 mL intervals. That has allowed me to feel relaxed and ready to enjoy my evenings without the stress of taking too much.
If you’ve ever put raw marijuana on a cracker and tried to eat it, you probably didn’t feel a darn thing. The sublime effects of edibles can’t be achieved by eating cannabis raw. It is missing a very important step.
Back in 2004, it was Kelis’ milkshake that was brining all the boys to the yard. In 2020, it is Kelis’ cannabis infused milkshake. We did a three episode review of Cooked with Cannabis, providing detailed coverage of each episode. Cooked with Cannabis delivers low key infused foods, with individual dishes often not exceeding 5 mg THC. There is a focus on smart integration of THC into the meal. The goal of the food is to be delicious. The side benefit is that they’ll get you a little high. Perfect for infused food beginners, but we suggest you skip to episode two.
Synopsis and review of episode three of Cooked with Cannabis, “I Do Cannabis”. Chef’s were limited to 8 mg THC for the whole 3-course meal they need to design and cook for a fictional wedding reception. This leads to some very innovative dosing strategies that open up new channels of culinary creativity. Oh, and everyone’s dessert must be their take on a wedding cake. Yum!
Synopsis and review of episode two of Cooked with Cannabis, “Global Eats”. We provide a breakdown of what was made for each course in this cooking competition. In this episode, chefs are challenged to adopt a cultural cooking style for their cannabis infused dishes. The diverse group of chefs deliver tasty dishes inspired from Mexico, West Africa and Europe. Leather’s personality starts to shine through and guest judge Flula Borg steals moments of the show with his dry humor.