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If you ingest edible cannabis that contains THC, it does take longer before the effects kick in, so be patient and start with smaller doses. You may be tempted to eat more. Before doing this, become familiar with your level of tolerance. All of our edible products come in various potencies of THC, so, take it slow and eat a little at a time. Batten down the hatches! You might try hanging with an experienced friend as well.
EAT CHOCOLATE LIKE YOUR ROYALTY!
300 MG FULL SPECTRUM
CHOCOLATE COVERED BROWNIES!
Gone Green is proud to be located on the Sunshine Coast of British Columbia, Canada. They are a locally owned and operated medicinal provider. They specialize in all things cannabis! They are people who are passionate about quality medicinal products and it shines through in everything they do! Their commitment to Canadians is superior, yet cost-effective products. Their objective is medicating the country one Canadian at a time!
Ingredients: Sugar, Gelatin, Adipic Acid, Sodium Citrate & Phosphate, Artificial & Natural Flavours, Colour, Cannabis Extract, Coconut Oil
WE ARE HYPED TO OFFER THE MOST LIT LINE OF CHOCOLIT EDIBLES IN CANADA!!
Try these crunchy and tasty chocolate nugz that look like real buds! Made using THC Distillate and RSO Oil =)
THIN MINT CHOCOLIT CHIP OR KUSH CARAMEL
Brownies are a real favourite. They are the most popular of all the edibles. Their flavour and effect can be a bit intense, especially when the experience continues to build after consumption. It all depends on how familiar you are regarding using cannabis as an ingredient in your cooking. You may even want to use different strains of cannabis to make a variety of flavours.
High Club also has cannabis cookies or pot cookies. With all of our products, they are graded for potency, so you know exactly what you’re getting. Although infusing food and beverage with cannabis goes back thousands of years, edibles are increasing in popularity of late.
Pot cookies are just what the name states–pot-infused cookies. What’s not to like? Aside from the “full-circle” aspect of the name, the other reason for the popularity is that there is an increasing number of people who would prefer to eat cannabis instead of smoke it.