Known for its medical benefits, other people found ways on how to consume marijuana without having to smoke it. From then on, a growing number of medical marijuana users are finding the advantage of marijuana infused food called “marijuana edibles” to treat their medical conditions.
Seeing marijuana as one of the ingredients on recipes from your cookbook or on labels of your favorite snacks may seem quite unusual. But trying these marijuana edibles might make you rush to your local stores or raping your buy button for purchasing online because you’ll be wanting more.
What makes marijuana edibles seem edible or enjoyable to eat? Aside from not having a strong or even a noticeable taste, it must be easy to break in pieces so that you would know how much marijuana you’re taking in.
What’s one thing that almost everybody likes eating at any given day, whether the season is hot or even cold? That would be ice cream. But if there’s anything more that pops into your mind other than ice cream, well you probably are not an ice cream lover.
Dixie Elixirs & Edibles introduces their Dixie Chills medicated ice cream. This delicious frozen treat contains medical marijuana with over 80mg of active cannabinoids per 3.5 ounce container. This ice cream comes in rich chocolate and creamy vanilla flavors. It is even lactose-free, gluten free and vegan.
Kush Cake Pops
Kush Cake Pops is marijuana-infused cake on a stick covered with frosting and sprinkles. They come in a range of flavors and colors to tickle your fancy – from Chocolate Thai, Blue Dream, Strawberry Cough and Purple Haze just to name a few. Each cake pops offer 2-4 doses, making it ideal for sharing.
Who would know that these four small packed wafers are filled with 100 mg of active THC? They come in a flavor of vanilla and could be a nice snack for any given day. It is recommended for chronic pain and insomnia.
Toast or pancakes drizzled with your favorite honey is probably your breakfast on-the-go during busy mornings. But this kind of honey will surely not be an ideal one on your breakfast table. It is highly concentrated, making it four times stronger than the cannabis it was made from and consuming it should always be in moderate amount.
No, it isn’t misspelled, it’s a different ice cream treat. Though this ice cream bar was derived from the classic childhood favorite Klondike bar, this Krondike bar is definitely not for children and would really get you stoned.
These ice cream bars are rare to find and it’s only available in dispensaries. Each coated with chocolate and comes in flavors of chocolate, white chocolate, vanilla, cookies and cream, peanut butter and banana nut brownie.
As much as you crave for the said marijuana edibles, a lot of recipes can be found on the internet if you want to make your own. Time will come when marijuana will be legal all over the world, maybe somebody can make a whole cookbook full of “pot” recipes.