Not all high THC edibles are created equal
In fact edibles made by the same company, in the same packaging can be wildly different in terms of the amount of THC per edible. The reason for this is simple: a lot of companies are lazy.
To make an edible with the right amount of THC, a person or company needs to know how to mix their ingredients properly.
In our online market, we only deal with vendors who understand this concept so our customers can expect a high quality product that won’t get them too stoned or not stoned at all when they consume an edible we sell.
When it comes to high THC edibles, there are a few extra factors one needs to consider. First and foremost, reliable potency is obviously the number one thing we consider when choosing a product to sell. High THC edibles are dangerous if mixed improperly. Imagine biting into a 2000 mg edible and all the THC is in that single bite. You might not be too happy about that so we make sure the edibles we get from vendors have an even consistency in terms of THC distribution. Only pro and proper machines are used.
For an expert crafter high THC edible, we recommend trying the 1000mg THC green apple puck that can very easily be subdivided into smaller portions.
After reliable potency, we consider flavor. Like the top selling 1200mg THC Peach Mango mini pucks.
High THC edibles that are made poorly can taste like you are eating a piece of THC. That isn’t typically what people want to taste when they are expecting some kind of fruity flavour. Getting the flavour to shine thru while maintaining a high amount of THC is not just hard it’s downright impossible if the right machines aren’t used in the mixing process. The utilization of high precision mixing equipment is essential for getting the flavour right.
High THC edibles are great because you can usually save some money while getting pretty darn stoned. Just make sure you are only dealing with a high quality, well-made option.
What are Cannabis Edibles?
Cannabis edible products (edibles for short) are products containing cannabinoids that you eat or drink. Cannabinoids are chemical compounds found in cannabis that can affect your mind and body when consumed. THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) is a cannabinoid that makes an individual euphoric and intoxicated (or high). CBD (cannabidiol) is a non-intoxicating cannabinoid that might have some therapeutic benefit, although more research is needed to confirm its potential medical use. There is a wide range of edible cannabis products. Although some edible cannabis products might look like normal food items, they are not food and are not intended to provide any nutritional value.
Edible cannabis products provide an alternative method of cannabis consumption to smoking and vaping. If you are interested in trying edible cannabis, here are seven things you need to know.
It Takes Time to Feel the Full Effects of High THC Edibles
With edible cannabis, the intoxicating effects or “high” do not kick in for about 30 minutes to two hours and peak at about four hours. The effects can last up to 12 hours after use and residual effects can last up to 24 hours, so you could be affected into the next day. This timing differs from smoking or vaping cannabis, where the effects start to be felt within a few seconds or minutes and peak at about 30 minutes. When you ingest edible cannabis, the THC first travels to your stomach and then to your liver, before making it to your bloodstream and brain. This process varies across individuals, making it difficult to predict when you will actually feel the full effects of edible cannabis. Because it can take up to four hours to feel the full effects, consuming more cannabis within this time period can result in over-intoxication. Over-intoxication can take the form of anxiety and panic, nausea and vomiting, and symptoms of psychosis (paranoia).
Be patient and go slow, ingesting edible cannabis with no more than 2.5 mg of THC at a time.
Be Sure to Properly Store Your Cannabis Edibles
Chocolates and brownies with cannabis in them look like chocolates and brownies without cannabis in them. In other words, they appeal to both adults and children. In fact, unintentional ingestion of edible cannabis by children and pets is more common than you might think, and can lead to severe health problems. If you have edible cannabis at home, including edibles you made yourself, be sure that they are properly labelled, stored in child-resistant containers that are re-sealed after use, and stored out of the sight and reach of children and pets. It is also a good idea to invest in a lockbox or to make your own. If you or someone you know has accidently consumed cannabis and is not feeling well, contact your local poison center or seek medical attention.