New from Korova’s Organik line, their Chocolate Peanut Butter Bar is bringing Korova’s “unrivaled potency” to a healthy new level. Being driven by a much more health conscious patient, these Organik edibles are geared for the hiking, biking, Bikram yoga set and offer a much more reasonable approach to using edibles for daily medicating.
To craft these new wholesome treats, Korova started by sourcing all organic ingredients that are naturally vegan and gluten free, including oats, coconut flour, brown rice cereal, and sea salt. Korova’s new Chocolate Peanut Butter Bar is also low in sugar thanks to their use of an agave based sweetener. However, their effort for a more healthy edible doesn’t stop there. The solventless extract in their infused coconut oil is tested for mold, fungus, and pesticides, along with potency — an extra step that demonstrates Korova’s mission for a safe and pure edible.
I loved the light consistency of this edible. Thanks to the brown rice cereal, these Chocolate Peanut Butter Bars are airy and crispy and won’t weigh you down. However, the peanut butter and oats are hearty enough to help energize your activities. The chocolate is a sweet afterthought, a thin layer across the top, instead of a thick saccharine cocoa barrier.
Korova’s edibles tend to get me into trouble because they are both tasty and potent. Packed into each modestly sized treat are 300 mg THC and 3.6 mg of CBD: the equivalent of 6 grams of dried cannabis. Dosing in baked goods is not exactly precise, especially when trying to eyeball it, but Korova suggests a split of 6 doses per bar or 50 mg per dose. Certainly a moderate dose for many users, rookies may want to use significantly less, breaking the suggested dosing at least in half. Although the full weight of the effects take some time to kick in, there is no letdown to this high. Instead, I found it to be sociable and giddy and increasingly uplifting. For daily users, more modest doses can be a great companion for weekday chores, but be careful not to go overboard, lest you become the object of Korova’s moral — “You can always eat more, but you can’t eat less.”
For more information visit the Korova website.