ChooseThe Best Hemp Edibles
We’re here to help guide you on your edibles journey.
We’re here to help guide you on your edibles journey
and make sure you find the best edibles for your needs and lifestyle. With a
little effort and determination, you’ll have a favorite product you can count
on as your go-to infused edible
When searching for the right edible for your needs, several factors must be
considered. First, think about the type of experience you’re
after. Are you looking to chill out and reduce stress? Or maybe relieve some
pain throughout the day? Depending on your specific needs and purpose for consuming edibles, there are a few
products that may work better than others.
For example, if you’re looking to relieve pain but stay uplifted and active
throughout the day, you might want to try an edible that’s high in CBD and low in THC, such as Stratos CBD pills. Products that contain high
amounts of CBD can help mitigate and relieve pain, anxiety and
other negative effects that may hinder your lifestyle. Because they’re low in
THC, you’ll be able to function and accomplish daily tasks.
There are many edibles companies that make strain- or species- (indica,
sativa, hybrid) specific products nowadays, allowing for you to better
understand the high that will result after consumption.
Those seeking relaxation or sleep aid might have success trying an
indica-dominant Cheeba Chew. Or, if
you’d like something with less sugar, Julie’s Natural Edibles make
granolas and seed mixes that are all strain-specific.
Silver Stem is a great dispensary to visit for these events, as they
regularly have vendor days at
their stores. Not only do they have a great selection of vendors cycling
through, they also have great relationships with these brands which results in
great savings, deals and promotions for you.
Tips to Avoid Low-Quality Edibles
- Ask questions about the brand
- What is the dispensary’s relationship with
- Look at the cannabinoid percentages
- High CBN means older flower
- Ask about what type of weed product
was used for infusion
- Trim, whole flower and distillate yield
best results usually
- Watch out for infusions made with stems and
other undesirable by-product