Dosing with edibles

When I visited our local cannabis store, I was surprised by the number of edibles available… Because of all the laws for ingredients, packaging laws & dosing caps, I had read the companies were struggling to do this.

Despite that, there is a wide selection of cannabis infused gummies, candies, baked goods, beverages & booze, white & dark chocolate.

I was a little intimidated by all of the choices & some of the horror stories I’ve heard from people who have accidentally ingested too high of a dose, but according to the budtender at the dispensary, edibles are a single of the safest ways to control the level of the high, however they have entirely strict dosing laws & deliver clear & informational labels.In our local state there is a 10 milligram per serving dosing limit & a ban on any edibles with dairy or that require refrigeration… One of the key factors in selecting an edible is dosting. I started out with products that offer a single to five milligrams of THC per serving & I carefully follow directions. I want to take the edge off after a long day at work yet not get obliterated. I make sure to wait numerous hours before consuming another dose if needed. On the rare opportunity that I’m OK with getting a bit stoned, I might splurge on some chocolates with 5 to 10 milligrams of THC. I’ve noticed that the higher the THC content, the more the edibles taste like cannabis. I am not a big fan of the pure cannabis flavor. I like when there is a higher profile of chocolate, mint, caramel, fruit or other added flavors. I pay close attention to the stuff included in the edible. If I can’t pronounce what’s in it, I don’t buy it.

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