When I visited my local cannabis shop, I was surprised by the number of edibles around, and because of all the regulations for ingredients, packaging rules and dosing caps, I had read the companies were struggling to comply, then despite that, there is a wide selection of cannabis infused gummies, hard candies, baked goods, beverages and pop, white white and dark chocolate, I was a little intimidated by all of the choices and 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 one of the safest ways to control the level of the high, however they have very strict dosing rules and supply clear and informational labels.In my local state there is a 10 milligram per serving dosing limit and a ban on any edibles with dairy or that require cooling, and one of the most crucial factors in selecting an edible is dosting. I started out with products that offer one to 5 milligrams of THC per serving and I carefully follow guidelines. I want to take the edge off after a long day at work yet not get obliterated. I make sure to wait numerous fifths before consuming another dose if needed. On the rare occasion 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 sizable fan of the pure cannabis flavor. I care about when there is a higher profile of chocolate, mint, caramel, fruit or other added flavors. I pay close attention to the ingredients included in the edible. If I can’t pronounce what’s in it, I don’t buy it.