Frequently Asked Questions
Many of our shoppers enjoy using weed gummies because of the long-lasting benefits and relief they deliver. A single 10mg dose can often be enough to counteract issues such as pain, inflammation, headaches, migraines, and stress for many hours.
Weed gummies also make it easy to control your dosage, and you can reduce the intensity of the effects by reducing your dosage. Our edibles often come in small servings of around 10mg of THC. By dropping your dose down to around 2.5-5mg of THC, you can microdose with edibles for mild and manageable effects.
Using our gummies and candies is as simple as eating one and waiting for the effects to kick in. Since the effects are so strong (your liver converts THC into a molecule that's 5x more potent), a dose of 10mg is enough for most users. You might even want to take a lower dose of 2.5 - 5mg for milder effects. Edibles are usually split into small servings, making it easy to control your dosage.
You can expect a much stronger high from weed gummies than you'd get from other methods of consumption. Your liver will convert the THC into a stronger chemical known as 11-hydroxy-THC. The result is a molecule that's 5x more potent, giving you an incredible mental and physical high that can last for many hours.
While smoking or vaping marijuana gets you high instantly, edibles can take 30 - 90 minutes to kick in. However, the high can last for anywhere from 4 to 12 hours. Whether you're looking for the strongest effects possible or you want long-lasting medical relief, our weed gummies are carefully selected to help you make the most of your experience.
To level up your gummy game, look for any one of these three things when scanning ingredient lists and packaging.
1. A ratio of cannabinoids
Adding CBD or another cannabinoid to a THC gummy can make for a more interesting or targeted experience - even if both the THC and CBD extracts are stripped-down distillates.
We're introducing more and more edible brands that are going this rout. For low-dose consumers like ourselves, the explosion of gummies featuring a 1:1 ratio, 3:1 ratio, and 5:1 ratios of CBD:THC have been a godsend. We've found these balanced highs to be infinitely more soothing than an edible with either THC or CBD alone.
But it isn't just about tempering the experience for low-dose users like ourselves.
There is some evidence that low doses of CBD can actually enhance a THC high. If you've ever taken a 5 milligram CBD gummy after getting too stoned only to find yourself even more faded, then you know what we're talking about. So mega-stoners take note: a little bit of CBD may actually give you more bang for your buck.
2. Added terpenes
Similar to a ratio of cannabinoids, added terpenes can dictate whether your gummy high takes a turn for the energetic, buzzed, or sleepy. Terpenes are organic compounds that give cannabis and other plants their aroma and flavor, but they also interact with cannabinoids to influence your high. Linalool, for example, is also found in lavender and can send your high in a more relaxing direction, while limonene adds a citrusy aroma and a boost of energy.
3. Full-spectrum cannabis oil
While full-spectrum oils may result in an experience that's hard to replicate precisely batch to batch, it does mean you can expect a far more nuanced high. That's because full-spectrum oils are designed to retain as much of the original plant's natural cannabinoids and terpenes as possible.
You can count on these types of gummies having earthy undertones, but in my humble opinion, it only adds to the complexity of the flavor. If you're looking to replicate the high you get from smoking flower, these are the kind of gummies you should look for.