edibles

  1. bitbob

    Major Consumer Packaged Goods Manufacturers Looking to Develop Marijuana Edibles

    Snack makers are the latest group seeking to partner with marijuana companies to create edible cannabis products for consumers. Deepak Anand, Vice President of Business Development at Cannabis Compliance Inc., said in a televised interview with BNN Bloomberg that his company is being approached...
  2. C

    How to make CBD + THC oil?

    Hi, After ruining most of my weed after burning it I have managed to dry my last plant and now have 3oz (90g) of dried, ground and decarboxylated bud. I want to make an oil based ticture something similar to the CBD oils you can buy online but much stronger and with THC in it too and without...
  3. Ron Strider

    California Prepares For Marijuana In Wine, Trail Mixes, Tacos And Other Edibles

    The sauvignon blanc boasts brassy, citrus notes, but with one whiff, it's apparent this is no normal Sonoma County wine. It's infused with THC, the psychoactive ingredient in marijuana that provides the high. Move over, pot brownies. The world's largest legal recreational marijuana market...
  4. A

    Questions related to decarb and edibles as sleep aid

    Hi, im looking to take edibles to help me stay asleep throughout the night. Would the decarb time have any affect on this? Thanks
  5. Ron Strider

    Cannabis Edibles: 5 Potent Tips To Make Your Experience More Enjoyable

    Edibles. For many the word alone conjures up images of chocolate brownies and tales of awkward experiences. Self-regulating markets vary in labeling and serving size recommendations, concerned parents think they look too much like candy, and the government moves slowly on how to best regulate...
  6. Ron Strider

    Is Cannabis Toxic To Dogs

    It is surprisingly easy to fall into the trap of believing that something is true if you hear it repeated often enough. For instance, I had often heard that cannabis is toxic to animals, dogs in particular, which I accepted as a truism since I didn't have any evidence to contradict the premise...
  7. Ron Strider

    In States Where Marijuana Is Legal, Users Prefer The Edible High

    In states where use of marijuana for recreational or medicinal purposes is legal, some consumers prefer eating their marijuana as opposed to smoking or vaporizing the drug. A new study by RTI International examined consumer perceptions of edible marijuana products, including why users prefer...
  8. Ron Strider

    In Canada, Marijuana Edible Sales Delayed Even As Interest Among Canadians Grows

    Canada continues to move forward on national legalization of marijuana, which is set to happen in July 2018. But, one product will have to wait a year beyond that date: edible marijuana. While the wait will delay what has been a profitable business in U.S. states where cannabis is legal, it's...
  9. Ron Strider

    Marijuana Company Nudges Florida Regulators To Allow Pot Candies

    In Colorado, California and other cannabis hotbeds, marijuana "edibles" are big business. That's not the case yet in Florida, a state that technically allows edibles but where regulators have yet to set rules for cannabis candies. In a move to spur the state to allow cannabis candies...
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    Making edibles with kief? Not to sell

    I want to make some edibles for personal consumption, and have some kief lying around. Most recipes online yield a pound of cannabutter, but given how this is going to be a fairly small project, I would need much, much less. If I were to make a pan of brownies, just once, how much kief–and...
  11. Ron Strider

    Medical Marijuana Edibles Sold Without California Regulations

    Tucked away in a nondescript strip mall off Northgate Boulevard in Sacramento is Heavenly Sweet, a commercial kitchen and bakery serving up one award-winning specialty since 2008: medical marijuana edibles. Owner and president Sheila, who did not want her last name to be used, got into the...
  12. Ron Strider

    WA: Modern Consumable Cannabis Provides Expanded Flavor, Quality

    The sometimes illicit relationship between brownies and pot has weathered decades. But now cannabis has begun expanding its horizons and has added all sorts of other partners. As laws and social acceptance of marijuana changes, possible culinary pairings now include caramels, cookies, mints...
  13. Ron Strider

    CA: Chef Finds A Higher Calling With Cannabis

    Flourish, Payton Curry's edibles company, is only a few years old. But the restaurateur and cannabis chef says he has been cooking with marijuana almost as long as he has worked in professional kitchens: two decades. The 39-year-old Curry points to his cargo pants, uneven where they brush his...
  14. Ron Strider

    ME: Edibles Grab Larger Share Of Medical Marijuana Market

    Every few days, Chad Crandall and Emily Isler take a break from tending to the chickens, pigs and crops and head to the kitchen to cook up their weekly supply of marijuana-infused maple sugar candies. The soft-spoken caregivers sell their sweet little confections, which are made from their...
  15. beachbumcindy

    Is there any equipment to test the potency of a new batch of homemade edibles?

    Just made small batch coconut infused oil last week and I am hating yet another day of guinea pig dosing. I got couch-lock a few weeks ago from a store bought edible and I do not want to go there again so I'm small dosing but I do not want to do this every time I make a batch. I have to make...
  16. Ron Strider

    Foodies Feast On Organic, Gluten-Free Edible Marijuana Treats

    Adding cannabis to everything from iced coffee to breath mints, startups are jockeying for a bite of California's growing marijuana edibles market as the state gears up to allow recreational pot sales. The industry that barely existed 10 years ago – apart from a few bakers making pot brownies...
  17. Ron Strider

    Edibles Are Gobbling Up California's Marijuana Market

    Adding cannabis to everything from iced coffee to breath mints, startups are jockeying for a bite of California's growing marijuana edibles market as the state gears up to allow recreational pot sales. The industry that barely existed 10 years ago – apart from a few bakers making pot brownies...
  18. Ron Strider

    Why Weed Feels So Much Stronger When You Eat It

    Of all the ways to consume cannabis, pot brownies are probably the most misunderstood (and, yes, delicious). As a new video from AsapSCIENCE explains, that's because a brownie's effects take a while to come on and can be pretty darn overwhelming – especially if you're a first-timer. First...
  19. Ron Strider

    Jamaica: Ban On Cannabis Infused Edibles Retrograde Step - Ganja Association

    The Ganja Growers and Producers Association of Jamaica said the recent ban on the sampling and sale of all cannabis infused edibles at entertainment events is a retrograde step and not one forthcoming with the emergence of Jamaica's cannabis industry and the development of the human resource...
  20. Ron Strider

    Cannabis Entrepreneurs Introduce "Rapid-Delivery" Edibles That Are More Like Alchohol

    Marijuana edibles can be tricky. Candies, brownies, teas or other THC-infused foods and beverages can take an hour or more to have the desired effect and a typical "newbie" mistake is to take a second dose because the first one "doesn't seem to be doing anything." When both doses kick in, the...