Edibles and Cannabis Blog
In Canada, the creation and consumption of THC infused edibles is currently legal for private use only. This means you are permitted to make them at home but you can’t buy or sell them. In the US, it depends on what State you’re in. In either case, this post provides you with some guidelines and a quick understanding of the legality of edibles.
Cannabis edibles, also called weed edibles, marijuana edibles or simply edibles, are THC infused foods. THC is the active ingredient in cannabis that give people that “high”, the calming and uplifting feeling of euphoria or state of relaxation. THC is most commonly infused into butter and called “Canna-butter”.
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.
In this post we provide a buying guide for at-home DIY tools for making edibles. Starting with a discussion of the three key steps of making cannabis infused foods. The article then reviews products that are designed to improve the process of making edibles, either one of the three key steps or all. We’ll help you to make a choice to decide whether you should consider one of these products and which one would best fit your needs.
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