Like all of our other CBD products, our range of edibles includes options in a variety of different concentrations, allowing you to tailor your CBD consumption to suit your needs and experience level.
Choose from a huge variety of CBD edibles, ranging from CBD gummies to CBD honey sticks, dark chocolate bites, milk chocolate, lollipops and more. We even stock a selection of CBD-infused mints, allowing you to consume your CBD dose along with a refreshing peppermint scent.
From CBD gummies to CBD tea, our range of CBD edibles includes a huge variety of CBD-infused edible products and drinks, allowing you to effortlessly take in CBD without having to use a vaporiser or rely on CBD supplements.
CBD Edibles not suitable for you? Try our CBD E Liquids,CBD Oil, CBD Tinctures/CBD Oral Drops, or CBD Capsules for alternative CBD products
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CBD edibles are the most delicious and enjoyable way to consume high quality CBD, while providing you with long-lasting effects due to the way in which it is absorbed into the body. By ingesting CBD, the molecules are absorbed by your liver, creating an extended-release effect which allows the CBD to remain in your system for longer. Furthermore, these tasty treats are perfectly portable and are a great solution for maintaining your daily CBD regimen while on-the-go.
We produce the finest and purest CBD oils without ever compromising quality.
What should I expect from CBD?
Cannabidiol is a popular natural remedy used throughout history to assist with many common ailments. Better known as CBD, it is one of over 100 chemical compounds known as cannabinoids found in the cannabis or marijuana plant, Cannabis sativa. Unlike Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the main psychoactive cannabinoid found in cannabis which causes the sensation of getting “high” that’s often associated with marijuana, CBD is not psychoactive. This quality makes CBD an appealing option for those who are looking to supplement their wellness regimen without the mind-altering effects of marijuana or other pharmaceutical drugs.
While we proudly stand behind our products, and would love to explain all their benefits along with those of CBD use, unfortunately at this moment the US Food and Drug Administration currently prohibits all manufacturers of CBD products from making any claims about their ability to treat specific health conditions.
CBD has a wealth of benefits for you, many of which you will discover as you take the product. However, the Food and Drug Administration does prohibit CBD companies from making claims about any health benefits of CBD, as it is not an FDA-approved product. While clinical trials for CBD are going on all across the nation, we’ll just wait. Until then, we’ll say that CBD is amazing.
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Most cannabis oil recipes call for cannabis that has already been properly decarboxylated first. The most common and fuss-free way is to decarb cannabis in the oven, and then add it to oil over a very low heat afterwards – avoiding further decarboxylation. Some folks choose to decarb their raw cannabis on the stovetop simultaneously with the oil infusion process. However, that requires significantly more careful monitoring to hit that time-temperature sweet spot (and not ruin it).
Your choice! You can make cannabis-infused oil with hemp or marijuana, depending on what is legal and available in your area. Or, what you’re desired end-results are. Hemp oil will only contain CBD (or a very minuscule amount of THC), while marijuana-infused oil will likely contain both THC and CBD. The ratio and concentration of THC and/or CBD depends on the strain of marijuana and particular plant it came from.
The cannabinoid compounds found in raw cannabis (THCA and CBDA) are not the same as those found in cannabis that has been heated – such as those inhaled (THC and CBD) when you ignite or vaporize cannabis, or when cooking with cannabis. The process of heating and “activating” cannabis is called decarboxylation. It is what makes cannabis psychoactive, and also more potent for medicinal applications.
Why Make Cannabis Oil
Generally speaking, THC is psychoactive and CBD is not. But THC does a lot more than change your state of mind! Studies show that THC has even stronger pain and stress-relieving properties than CBD, which is known to help with insomnia, seizures and inflammation. While they each have notable and distinct stand-alone benefits, an oil or salve containing both CBD and THC has the highest potential for a wide array of health benefits (albeit illegal in some places). Known as the “entourage effect”, the synergistic combination of both THC and CBD through whole-plant cannabis consumption and extracts is more powerful than either one on its own.
Furthermore, making cannabis oil is one of the most reliable ways to create medicated edible cannabis products. Even so, it is extremely difficult to determine the exact potency of homemade edibles or cannabis oil. Because of this, it is suggested to consume with caution in very small doses at first. Cannabis oil can be consumed on its own, or added to other edible cannabis recipes.
Follow along with these step-by-step instructions to learn how to make homemade cannabis oil. We’ll also briefly discuss the science behind cannabis oil, and what types of cannabis to use to make oil. Finally, we’ll go over various ways to use homemade cannabis oil, including some notes about caution and dosing with edibles.
Yet when it comes to heating cannabis, it is best to do so low, slow, and methodically. There are time and temperature “sweet spots” where raw THCA and CBDA are converted into active THC and CBD. But without a precise process, over-heating or under-heating cannabis can lead to uneven activation of THC and CBD. Even worse, it may even destroy the THC or CBD altogether!