1.6mg per piece
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Is there any flavor easier to love than black cherry? We don’t know one. And with a tart taste that’s so easy to adore, our Black Cherry CBD 2:1 Drops are an easy onroad for anybody new to the delicious world of edibles. With natural fruit puree and a light dusting of finishing sugar, they offer a deliciously decadent edible experience. Better yet, their 2:1 ratio of CBD to THC makes them a great edible for anybody who’s new to cannabis—or who’s looking for help with pain relief, inflammation, or managing anxiety.
Sugar, Morello Cherry Puree, Glucose Syrup, Citric Acid, Pectin, Natural Cherry Flavor, Fruit Flavor Enhancer, Red Food Coloring (Water, Citric Acid). Contains No Allergens. Manufactured in a facility which processes tree nuts, peanuts, milk, and wheat.
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There are a lot of factors that may explain why edibles don’t work for any one person. Their metabolism, digestive system, and other factors all play a role in absorbing cannabinoids. It is not uncommon for someone to find that edibles do not have much effect with their particular system. Some things to potentially try to increase the effect are consuming the edibles with a high-fat food and increasing your intake by a serving at a time.
Everyone responds to cannabis very differently. That is doubly true for edibles. For some people who are experienced cannabis consumers, edibles will still affect them very strongly, others have reported taking a larger dosage and feeling nothing. It is very dependent on your digestive system and other factors. Consuming flower is more consistent in how it affects people. You typically feel the effects within 1 to 15 minutes. With edibles the effects can be delayed up to two hours. We always recommend that you take it very slow. You can always take another puff or eat another serving, but you cannot undo one.
If you are new to cannabis, it is always a good idea to start off with a single serving. You can always have another serving but you cannot undo one. Tip: Edibles work more effectively when eaten with something a little fatty.
There are many different types of edibles. Some are formulated to be energizing, or sativa like, others are formulated to be more sedative. A hybrid edible is made to be in the middle, according to customers, it tends to be a more body focused experience for people.
A lot of our customers report that using an edible that has a good balance of CBD to THC for sleep. Some edibles formulated with THC and melatonin have also been reported to be effective for some people. Many people find that edibles work best when taken with fatty foods, typically about 2 hours before bed.
A lot of our customers report that they use an edible that has a good balance of CBD to THC for pain. Start with a low dose taken with fatty food to test the effects.
CBD is known to be an excellent anxiety reliever. Sometimes THC products can set off people’s anxiety, but CBD products are known to have a lower chance of this occurring. CBD is reported to raise your serotonin levels, making for a happy relaxing experience that is not inebriating. With that being said, some people report responding better to items with THC to resolve their anxiety, everyone is a little different in this respect. If you are new to cannabis, it is always a good idea to start off with a single serving. You can always have another serving but you cannot undo one. Tip: Edibles work more effectively when eaten with something a little fatty.
Sometimes people are known to respond differently to sugar based and fat-based edibles. A lot of customers report a sugar-based edible like a fruit chew can be good for mood elevation, instead of a fat-based edible like chocolate. Sugar-based edibles can sometimes take effect faster. However, if you are a concerned about the THC, try a 1:1 CBD to THC chew, as they tend to be less strong. In either case, make sure to start off with one serving the first time and wait a full 2 hours before having more to see how they affect you.
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