On my most recent trip to the dispensary, I was looking for an edible with which to spend my day. I picked out one of Edipure’s 100 mg packages, which gave me four pieces containing 25 mg of THC each. Being a larger candy, these jelly pretzels bring some punch. Patients should begin with a third to a half piece for lower tolerance. If you are more experienced, you will find that these 25 mg pieces are perfect for single use or can be stacked for more potent symptom relief.
The candies have a generic fruit flavor, but the main focus seems to be the sour coating used to mask the cannabis taste. Expect a dense, chewy gummy texture. Each of these jelly pretzels contains 150 calories and a substantially high sugar content. For obvious reasons, diabetics should avoid this medium for their medication. For the rest of us, Edipure’s evenly distributed THC coverage of each candy means careful medicating when preparing doses. There was a very strong cannabis smell out of the bag with an equally strong cannabis taste. There is even a greenish tint to the sugary sour coating, speaking to the potency of each piece.
These edibles brought forth a breezy day of a high. I was feeling a bit uptight when I opened this sample, and a recent back injury didn’t help my maudlin mood. The pain management was minimal, even for an edible, but the mood elevation was superb. As the sun eased across the afternoon sky, I sat contentedly in my glow. Increased sensory stimulation brings about a psychedelic effect. As with other edibles, the profile of the high is affected by the dose. Productive and creative at low doses, this same edible can produce an overwhelming “lock” after the peak with higher doses. This versatility means that Edipure products can be kept in your medicine cabinet for relief from multiple symptoms, though I don’t imagine you’ll want to save them for later.