It’s easy to accidentally eat too many cannabis candy products

I hate that I am so addicted to eating candy.

It probably started when my grandparents would give me Snicker’s bars whenever my parents left me at their house for the afternoon.

Now I have such a serious problem with candy that I’m having to brush my teeth more than a normal person to keep my oral hygiene in check. But beyond my teeth, these candies are simply empty calories. I really need to lose a few pounds, but eating all of this candy every week is preventing that from happening. I might go for a bike ride and burn off calories only to get them back later in the evening with my mindless snacking. With this in mind, I have tried to avoid any delicious tasting marijuana edibles out of fear that I won’t be able to control myself once I taste them. I was particularly worried about this happening if I ever started buying cannabis candy products like THC and CBD gummies. My worry was eating one piece of candy and then going through an entire package of cannabis candies before realizing my mistake. If you have gummies with 10mg of THC inside and you eat over 10, that’s a massive dose of THC! People with insane tolerances for cannabis might be able to handle that, but over 40mg of THC is already too much for me. I’m going to stick with smoking and vaping cannabis to avoid this problem altogether, and because cannabis flower products are cheaper in my state than most cannabis edibles. In terms of how much THC you get in a package of flower buds, there’s just no comparison. Using cannabis flower products is not only better because they’re full spectrum, but because they’re more economical as well.

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