Cannabis Edibles: What’s Your Flavor?
Who says cannabis is only for those who enjoy a bong and a cloud of smoke? And who says weed cannot be as flexible as potatoes that you can mash, bake and fry? Not us, that’s for sure.
With the right preparation, you can eat marijuana. If you need edible buds in BC, here are some flavors you can choose from:
Life is like a box of chocolates, Forrest Gump says, you never know what you’re gonna get. But with cannabis-infused chocolate, you’ll know exactly what to expect: bliss.
Here at WBUD, our team prioritizes maintaining the potency of the weed. We remove whatever compromises the quality of cannabinoids (CBD) and tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), like pesticides and other plant matter, before infusing them into our chocolate bars, peanut butter cups and butter dough drops.
They’re right: chocolate does make a person happy.
You’ve heard of Chewbacca. Now, get ready for ChewBUDCA – Chew your bud in Canada.
WBUD offers a selection of weed-infused gummies, which come in a variety of flavors, such as key lime, apricot, mango, pineapple, strawberry and orange, to name a few. Not only will these gummies bring you to nirvana, but they also help relieve muscle pain and stress, as well as uplift your mood when the weed takes effect.
Speaking of taking effect, don’t expect these gummies to work instantly. Unlike when you’re smoking cannabis, eating cannabis edibles means you have to wait a little while. Your digestive system has to process them first, and this could take about 45 minutes to one hour, depending on your weight, metabolism and weed tolerance.
You’re not the only one getting baked here – our cannabis edibles also come straight out of the oven. With cannabis, pastries bring more joy.
Our cannabis brownies and cookies are packed with 55mg to 300mg of Sativa or Indica. And we don’t only bake them for you; we also deliver these snacks right at your doorstep. We have chocolate chip cookies, fudge brownies, caramel pecan cookies and Twonkie sponge cake. While you might mostly taste the luscious, chocolate-y or caramel-y flavor, you’d get the same wonderful high you were seeking.
Making your own?
Do you use your pots to cook? Now, you can actually cook, bake and eat pot. However, while baking cookies is easy, making them weed-y is tricky.
The first step is to get in touch with your feelings: do you want to experience a high or do you want to just relax? For the former, you need Sativa, but if you only want to relax, Indica is recommended.
Once you have your strain, it’s time to decarboxylate it, which means you should convert CBD into THC. During the process of decarboxylation, make sure you don’t burn the stash to preserve the potency. Otherwise, you’re pouring strain down the drain.
It’s also important to monitor the dosage – only use what you can handle – before infusing marijuana into your goods.
If you’re not sure about it, it’s best to purchase ready-made cannabis edibles, which are just as good and euphoric.
Happiness comes in all shapes and sizes, and so does cannabis. You don’t have to smoke a joint if you don’t want to, but you can take a bite.
Need some edibles? Get in touch!