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With the legalization of recreational cannabis in Missouri and other states nationwide, many people are turning to the convenience of edibles when seeking out how to fit cannabis into their lifestyle. Lots of folks who don’t want to smoke or vape but do desire the benefits of cannabinoids love the discretion and long-lasting effects of different types of THC edibles.
However, with all the types of weed gummies and other edibles on the market, it can be overwhelming to decide which edibles are right for you. Confused about which edibles to opt for? Keep reading! In this blog post we’ll discuss the different types of edibles and their effects, and help narrow down which types of gummies or other edibles might be right for you.
Types of Edibles and Their Effects
There are so many different types of THC edibles available in Missouri. Most edibles are infused with a THC distillate which gives them their powerful effects. While a wide range of dosages are available on the market, a typical dose of THC found in edibles is 10 mg / piece. High-dose edibles may contain 20 mg or more of THC per piece.
Some edibles contain other cannabinoids along with THC, like CBD, CBN, or others. Taking other cannabinoids along with THC may help tamper the psychoactive effects of THC, enabling you to enjoy its potential effects while maintaining your energy and focus. Other cannabinoids may have other benefits as well, such as potential anti-anxiety or anti-insomnia effects. Taking more than one type of cannabinoid helps provide the “entourage effect.” Cannabinoids work best as a team!
What are all the different types of edibles?
There is a huge variety! Lozenges or hard candies allow you to enjoy quicker effects since the THC can be absorbed sublingually, bypassing your digestive system. Other edibles that do need to be digested before effects are felt include cookies, crackers, chocolates, beverages, and more!
Nevertheless, the most popular type of edible continues to be weed gummies. When it comes to marijuana gummies, types include a wide variety of flavors, potential effects, and cannabinoid ratios. Gummies are quick and discreet to eat, and very easy to cut in halves or fourths if you want to microdose. Read on to learn more about cannabis-infused gummies!
Types of Weed Gummies
The types of gummies created by Illicit Gardens come in three main categories: daytime, nighttime, or anytime!
Our delicious Boosted Gummies contain specially formulated ratios of THC to other cannabinoids, giving you synergistic effects. All of our other tasty gummy options are THC-only, created with concentrated extracts from Illicit’s award-winning cannabis strains.
All Illicit Gardens gummies contain either 10 mg or 20 mg of THC per piece. Keep in mind that the milligrams listed on the label tell you how much THC is in the entire package. To find out the dosage per gummy, simply divide the total milligrams by the number of pieces per package.
Illicit’s line of daytime gummies have been thoughtfully formulated with sativa-based THC and/or balanced with CBD to give you pure and potent effects that won’t interfere with your focus and productivity. Our daytime gummy options include:
Boosted Gummies: Wild Strawberry 5:1 ratio of CBD to THC - 100 mg THC, 10 pieces
Super Sour Tangie Gummies - 100 or 200 mg THC, 10 pieces
High Frequency Gummies: Have a Grape Day - 300 mg sativa THC, 15 pieces
High Frequency Gummies: Orange You Glad it's Cheery? - 500 mg sativa THC, 25 pieces
Our gummies that have been designed for nighttime use contain indica-based THC and/or CBD & CBN in a careful ratio that could potentially help you fall asleep faster and stay asleep longer. Get your zzz’s with one of these:
Boosted Gummies: Peaches & Dream 2:2:1 ratio of CBN, CBD, & THC - 100 mg THC, 10 pieces
Slaughtermelon Gummies: 100 or 200 mg THC, 10 pieces
High Frequency Gummies: Have a Grape Night - 300 mg indica THC, 15 pieces
High Frequency Gummies: Berry Blackout - 500 mg indica THC, 25 pieces
No matter the time of day, one of these versatile gummy options from Illicit will fit the bill:
Boosted Gummies: Mango 10:1 ratio of CBD to THC - 100 mg, 10 pieces
Fruit Punch’d Gummies - 100 or 200 mg THC, 10 pieces
Still have questions about cannabis gummies? Check out our answers to these frequently asked questions:
Is a 10 mg edible too much for a beginner?
It depends what effects you are looking for, but if you have not taken weed gummies before, 10 mg will probably be quite a potent dose for you. If you are just starting out with edibles and would like to experiment with how THC affects you, starting with a dose of 5 mg or less is probably a good idea. It is very easy to cut a 10 mg gummy in half or fourths in order to do this.
Additionally, trying THC gummies that also contain CBD is a good way to minimize the psychoactive effects of THC while enjoying the potential benefits of both.
What is a good mg for weed gummies?
As mentioned above, 10 mg of THC per piece is the most common gummy dosage, though the amount of THC varies greatly by gummy brand and type. The best dosage for you depends upon your desired effects.
While beginners should take less than 10 mg, experienced cannabis users or medical patients might prefer a stronger dose. If this is the case for you, Illicit’s High Frequency Gummies which contain 20 mg of THC per gummy may be a good option.
How to buy edibles?
Are you ready to try out some marijuana gummies or other cannabis edibles? Here’s what to look for when buying weed edibles:
Do not take homemade edibles– they have inconsistent dosing and unpredictable results
Tell your budtender what effects you’re seeking so they can recommend the right product
No matter when, where, or why you want to try cannabis edibles, Illicit Gardens has a high-quality weed gummy product on our menu that’s right for you and your goals. Find a Missouri dispensary near you that carries Illicit’s premium products and enjoy your edibles experience!
About the Author:
David Craig is the VP of Marketing for Illicit and From The Earth. Craig has been on the ground floor of developing multiple lifestyle and retail brands in the cannabis, fitness, and entertainment industries from Las Vegas to New York City.