3 CBD Edibles You Should Know

by Marshall W. Writer
The market for edible products with CBD in the United States is increasingly surprising. We present 3 new alternatives to the typical consumption. 

With the emergence of the new legal market in many parts of the United States, edible products with CBD that have both THC and CBD ingredients are multiplying. 

There is a growing and varied list of novel foods, with which we can acquire all the benefits of the two most famous cannabinoids, sometimes to get drunk on their effect, and other times, to acquire the non-psychoactive benefits of CBD. For this reason, today I wanted to present 3 different ones, selected for their originality. The only bad news we'll give you is that to try them out, you'll have to cross the puddle to one of the cities in the North American country where this market is regulated. Let's get started.

Ginger Snaps: Gingersnaps with CBD 

Who doesn't like cookies? Every now and then we all have that little worm that hits our stomachs in search of a snack for lunch or a snack. The North American company Sow Eden, brings us among its wide range of products with CBD some magnificent gingerbread biscuits with 10mg of CBD and less than 0.5mg of THC.

The good thing about these cookies is that they do not have a psychoactive effect but they do have all the benefits of cannabis, accompanied by vitamins and minerals. We'll have to try them.

Sauce Marinara Pizza: The sauce to add THC or CBD to your favorite foods

We already knew that there were pizzas with THC in the United States, but we were not aware of the existence of this magnificent sauce. Thanks to her, you could now make in your own home (if you lived in a state with legalized US cannabis) a pizza with all the effects of both THC and CBD.

Clean Healing sells this sauce in two formats; one with THC (with percentages ranging from 150mg to 500mg), and the other with CBD (100mg). A very good idea.

Paradise Caramels: Never before it has been so easy to take THC or CBD

The North American company Paradise, has been dedicated to the creation of foodstuffs containing cannabinoids for some time. Now, they have just developed the quickest and simplest way to ingest them: candies. With different flavours (lemon, watermelon, pineapple, etc.), these sweets have just been launched on the market and are intended to be a discreet way of consuming cannabis.

Whether you want them with CBD, THC or both, they are available, and if that's not enough, you can also choose the degree of strength you want them to have. 

They are available with up to 50mg per caramel or 10mg.

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