Edibles and Cannabis Info
Eating THC/CDB infused edibles may not have the same effects as smoking cannabis. Start slow, our low dose recipes are ideal! Expect a delay of 1-2 hours before feeling the effects of eating an edible.
How much will I need to feel a buzz?
How much is the equivalent of a drink?
Everyone’s body will respond differently to the same amount of THC/CBD. Low-dose edibles are the best way to figure out where the limit of your fun lives.
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.
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