7 Ways To Eat Cannabis You’ve Probably Never Heard Of
We’ve all heard of weed brownies and candies, but have you ever tried infused almond milk? As more states legalize, cannabis companies are creating a variety of edibles unlike anything you could score in your college dorm.
Though it doesn’t actually contain alcohol, Ceria Brewing Co’s cannabis-infused beer is the perfect way to unwind after a long day. Each bottle contains 5mg of THC, providing a mellow high that can be enjoyed socially (and not just from your couch).
Spice up a childhood favorite with a Kandy Care’saward-winning Cotton Kandy, available in Phaded Pink and Blazed Blue. Each package contains 55mg of THC, which is approximately 4 servings depending on your tolerance.
Are you nuts for nuts? Kush Nuts has you covered with their healthy blend of almonds, cashews, rosemary and garlic, infused with quality cannabis. They come in three sizes ranging from 45mg to 180mg of THC and each bag is strain specific so you know what effect to expect.
If you’re looking to get away from sugary edible options, check out Love’s Oven’s savory cheddar crackers. Each package contains 10 crackers dosed with 10mg of THC each, or you can opt for 20 microdosed crackers which have 10mg in the whole package.
Pura Vida’s medicated granola packs a punch with 250mg of THC in each bag, which they recommend should be taken in 10 doses. It comes in yummy flavors like Cinnamon & Coconut and Dark Chocolate & Cranberry, plus it’s organic, vegan and gluten-free.
With THC and CBD-infused options ranging from 1mg to 5mg, Mr. Moxey’s Mints offers a minty fresh variety for cannabis consumers looking to microdose. Each artisanal blend is loaded up with other good-for-you herbs like ginseng, chamomile, and echinacea.
Perfect for your morning coffee or cereal, Mary Jane Juice Co.’s Vanilla Almond Milk is infused with 100mg of THC in each bottle. For people who want to wake and bake without smoking, this is an awesome and versatile option.