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These days, with all of the new information about CBD and THC making it into the news, infused edibles have become more popular than ever. But if you’ve never tried them before, you’re probably wondering how they’re made and the effects they can have on you. That’s why the team from What’s Your Treat has collected all you need to know about them here, so read on!
How They’re Made?
Infused edibles are made in a variety of ways. But first, it’s important to note that edibles are, as the name implies, everyday food products infused with THC or CBD. Some are created with tinctures that are added to food and beverages. Other edibles are made using a CBD/THC concentrate and a fat agent in the recipe to ensure that CBD/THC molecules can bind to the fat molecules to produce the effect you’re looking for. Lastly, they can also be made with powdered sugar concentrates, like in the form of gummies.
What Types of Edibles Are Out There?
There are a host of different edibles you can try, some of the most popular being fudge or brownies, which are always a favorite and easy to make. They’re also versatile in terms of taste, texture, and color, making them a good option for those that want to try a host of different flavors. Candies are also a great option and come in the form of toffee, hard candies, lollipops, mints, caramels, gummy bears, chocolates, and many more.
Lastly, one of the newest CBD/THC products recently introduced is dissolvable powders, which are made from CO2 concentrate and are water-soluble. This means that it’s now possible to make infused cannabis products that are odorless and flavorless, meaning they won’t have that traditional oily flavor today’s common infused products have because it doesn’t need a molecular fat agent for the CBD/THC to take effect.
How Potent Are Edibles?
Just like normal cannabis, infused edibles vary in potency depending on the product and can include anywhere from 1mg-200mg of THC/CBD. This makes it somewhat difficult to gauge the right dosage for you when beginning to try edibles. There are no hard and fast rules because of factors like your metabolism, what you’ve eaten, and the length of time it takes for the THC/CBD to kick in. That’s why most people you ask will tell you that slow and steady wins the race. This means starting out with a small amount or even micro-dosing until you find the right dosage for you.
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