What Are Edibles?
Edibles are food and beverage products that contain cannabinoids. In other words, they are consumable food and drinks infused with the active cannabis ingredients of delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), which allows users to experience the psychoactive high that is commonly associated with cannabis, and cannabidiol (CBD), which is a nonpsychoactive ingredient that has a range of health and medical benefits, including pain relief and calmness. Often taking the forms of candy and chocolate sweets, baked goods, as well as hot and cold brewed drinks, edibles offer a fun, tasty and much more discreet way of consuming cannabis! With different types of edibles in a wide variety of flavours, Green Society offers an excellent array of edible choices for everyone!
What Are the Benefits of Edibles?
Edibles are super convenient as they are often already pre-packaged and dosed into serving portions for individual immediate personal use, or you can save some for later! These divided portions also make it easy to evenly share amongst friends. Typically more concentrated than cannabis flowers, edibles provide users an efficient and discreet way of consumption, especially for those who don’t enjoy the act of smoking, or prefer to keep their cannabis usage private. Consuming edibles is also basically a two-in-one treat as you get to indulge in great tasting snacks and beverages while reaping the benefits of a cannabis high!
Which Edibles Should I Try?
Chocolates, gummy candies, brownies, cookies, caramels, marshmallows, iced tea, hot chocolate, fruit drinks, you name it! There’s a bit of variety for everybody. Available in dozens of different flavours and types, it’s almost impossible not to find something or two that will tickle your fancy! Doses for each edible can vary, and edibles are infused with THC isolates, CBD isolates, or a hybrid of both, so that you can pick and choose what works best for you and your needs! Not sure what you should start with? Start browsing Green Society’s large collection of edibles now! Alternatively, if you’re looking to create your own edibles, you can also use cannabis oils to infuse with your home-made goods! You can shop from available concentrates and oils here!
How Do I Use Edibles?
As each dosed edible can vary in terms of potency, it is best to review the contents of each package you’re looking to consume. If the edible is pre-dosed and divided into portions, we always recommend starting with one serving or around 2 mg of THC or less no matter your tolerance level, and then slowly building up from there as they can be more potent than if you were to smoke cannabis flowers. This is because edibles are more concentrated in THC and/or CBD, and can take at least 30 minutes to an hour to kick in before you notice any effects. For the same reason, you should wait at least 2 hours before consuming more edibles. If you’re still unsure of where to start, feel free to contact us and we can help make some recommendations!
Why Buy Edibles from Green Society?
Always restocking the best of the best classics and forever keeping you up to date with the newest and most exciting products, Green Society has a huge collection of delicious, quality edibles that will cater to just about anyone! Whether you’re shopping for yourself or for a friend, you’ll be bound to find the perfect edible and more! Not only is there an excellent variety of choices for you to choose from when it comes to cannabis and cannabis products with Green Society, but we also provide super fast shipping via Xpresspost with discreet packaging for your convenience and privacy. Get your edibles delivered straight to your door in no time from Canada’s Top Online Dispensary!
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