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Kaneh Co Chocolate Chip Cookie Review by OCWeedReview.Com

A new line of cannabis baked goods has been finding its way into the coolers and fridges of Orange County dispensaries, and it’s high time we reviewed them for our readers.  Kaneh Co. produces a range of edible potencies in a list of over 20 flavors, meaning that there is likely a favorite Kaneh Co flavor out there for you, but for this review, we were lucky enough to try their chocolate chip cookie.

Kaneh Co. bakes a large, flat cookie, just like it was fresh from your grandma’s cookie jar.  There are no fancy bells and whistles, just a basic but enticing chocolate chip cookie.  Much of this is due to Kaneh Co.’s use of natural, made-at-home ingredients, like eggs, butter, brown sugar, and vanilla.  Light and airy, patients needing the full potency will find it easy to complete in a single sitting.

For our review, we tested the 100 mg cookie.  However, stronger potencies are also available in Kaneh Co. edibles, ranging all the way up to 1000 mg.  Although clearly aimed at the high dose user, the relatively large size of the Kaneh Co. edibles means that the 100 mg versions can effortlessly be split into smaller doses for those new to edibles and unsure of their baseline potency.

I had my sample cookie early in the evening after a long day of work.  Physically and mentally fatigued, the Kaneh Co. chocolate chip cookie hit me with a strong, stoney high.  Physically relaxing and mentally distracting, it provided all the effects I needed after a high stress afternoon.  Paired with a favorite TV show, video game, or hobby, this is the way to unwind and end your busier days.  Just don’t forget a glass of ice cold milk in which dunk your cookie.

For more information, visit Kaneh Co. online.

Kushy Punch Edible Review by OCWeedReview.Com

Few companies have managed such universal brand recognition as Kushy Punch has in our industry.  They seem to have an ad in every magazine and a booth at every event.  Around for as long as I’ve been a patient, it was a recent revamp in their product that has drawn me back in for a much closer look.  No longer the sticky, taffy like consistency they used to be, making cutting them to smaller servings difficult at best, the new and improved Kushy Punch is a pre-sliced gummy that is ready to dose right out of the package.

Conscious of the varied needs of their patients, Kushy Punch is available in a range of effects, each with its own flavor.  Coming in 80 mg of cannabinoids per pack are the strawberry sativa, raspberry hybrid, and cherry indica.  Each is true to its label.  The bright and euphoric sativa is excellent for mood enhancement, while the more sedative indica is great for pain and anxiety.  If you need a more rounded edible, the hybrid encapsulates the best of both for a balanced effect profile.  Kushy Punch also offers a lime flavored TKO version packing 200 mg for the high dose patient, and a 60 mg CBD for specific pain and anxiety relief with less psychoactivity.  Each of the unique and tasty flavors was true to form, and made with just a touch of organic sugar, each serving has just 7 calories.  However, there was a trademark bitterness in the throat after consumed, as is common with small but potent edibles.

I found these small, portable edibles to be incredibly convenient.  This starts with their portability.  The square box is just larger than a quarter and fits conveniently into your pocket, purse, or bag.  Through my product testing, I kept a box on me at all times so that the real world application of Kushy Punch could be examined.  Never caught without my medication, these tiny edibles were discreet enough to be used anywhere.  Fresh when first opened, they get a bit chewy if not consumed within a few days.  But even weeks after unwrapping for the first time, they were manageable, if not a bit gummy.  After having Kushy Punch available to me whenever I was caught needing to medicate, it is going to be hard imagining transitioning away from this innovative little edible now that we have completed our review.

Visit the Kushy Punch website for more details.

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Scoobie Dewbie Snacks from Incredibles Medibles Review by OCWeedReview.Com

It became painfully obvious, as we eventually grew up, that Shaggy and Scooby were potheads, and much like myself, they really aren’t fooling anyone.  Really, it is little wonder they were always so hungry for sandwiches.  So in appropriate fashion for these icons of marijuana, Incredibles Medibles has named one of their most addictive and satisfying edibles after everyone’s favorite stoner dog with their Scoobie Dewbie Snacks.

From out of the masses of overly sweet cannabis edibles comes an enjoyably different savory snack, saving my poor teeth from yet another sugary edible.  Starting with a base of standard hard pretzel bites, Incredibles Medibles adds their own cannabis oil and an infusion of dried garlic and an herbally blend of spice.  The taste of these Scoobie Dewbie Snacks continued to grow on me over the course of my test, and by the end, plain hard pretzels were forever ruined by this delicious flavor variant.

As with all Incredibles Medibles products, each pack of Scoobie Dewbie Snacks includes 160 mg of THC, more than enough for most patients.  Perfect as a munchable, each pretzel is low dose, meaning you can nosh your way through quite a few to achieve a moderate level.  But watch out: together and over time, it can add up to a torrent of potency that leaves you more medicated than originally intended.  Prevent this by portioning your doses ahead of time.

Scoobie Dewbie Snacks are a fine compliment to an evening entertaining guests, assuming no one eats too many, and can easily be mixed with other Incredibles Medibles savory edibles to make a tasty party mix.  Afraid of over medicating your guests, cut the infused pretzels with some non-medicated cheeze-its or Combos to increase munchability.  Whether enjoyed alone or with company, Scoobie Dewbie Snacks are a variable dose savory edible to fit your specific needs.

Find more information on this and other Incredibles Medibles products by visiting their website.

Dark Chocolate Mint 710 Bar Edible Review by OCWeedReview.Com

There is no shortage of medicated chocolate bars on the market today: probably because of the insane margin to be made.  But how does a company separate itself from the pack?  Some choose to go the high potency route, loading as many as 800 mg into a bar of chocolate.  Others go craft, making delicious confections that often come with a hefty price tag for the consumer.  The 710 Bar, given to us for review by the Royal Trees Collective, goes for both, ambitiously finding a way to include a pleasing taste into a 400 mg bar.

The 710 Bar is made with honey oil to achieve high potency without affecting taste, while organic coconut oil is used to bind the cannabinoids, assisting in absorption.  Any trace of cannabis taste is covered with the peppermint oil used for flavor.  The dark chocolate perfectly complements the cool peppermint, and the texture is creamy, almost buttery, similar to a minty hershey’s kiss.  The effect is a very natural tasting mint chocolate that stands above the typical medicated bar.

The packaging indicates a serving size to be the full bar.  At 400 mg, that is probably too much potency for most users.  However, a little math determines that each segment has 66.666 mg of THC.  This places it in a much more manageable category and a single segment dose is pretty comfortable for a moderate user like myself.

One of those powerful, red-eyed highs, the 710 Bar will have you in a comfortable haze about an hour after consumption.  Hold the chocolate in your mouth longer to promote sublingual uptake and faster effect onset.  Excellent for unwinding from a stressful day or to treat minor to moderate aches and pains, the 710 Bar provides a body melting high and accompanying mental disconnect that acts to soothe away a day’s worth of wear.

Available from Royal Trees Collective.

Terra Bites Chocolate Covered Blueberries from Kiva Confections Review by OCWeedReview.Com

Kiva Confections hosted the most impressive booth at the recent Cannabis World Business Expo in LA.  Resplendent in richly colored wood panelling and sporting the atmosphere of an exclusive boutique shop, the booth attracted visitors in droves, including yours truly, to sample their world-class chocolate and was a solid expression of Kiva’s brand at the Expo.

Here at the Review, we have been enormous fans of Kiva since our earliest days, regularly buying their tangerine chocolate bars from the now extinct Second Story dispensary in Santa Ana, so it comes as little surprise that we were just as pleased with their Terra Bites chocolate covered blueberries as with their chocolate covered espresso beans from our previous review.

One of the chief reasons for our love of these Terra Bites chocolate covered blueberries is their consistency, not just tin to tin, but from blueberry to blueberry.  For those patients who need low dose solutions to their medicating needs, Terra Bites are just what you are looking for at 5 mg of THC each.  Higher dose patients will also enjoy the ease of precise dosing these edibles allow.  Regardless of how many you enjoy at a time, you can trust in proper dosing in every bite.

The next factor to be considered, of course, is the Kiva chocolate’s taste.  As they were featuring at their well conceived booth, the chocolate used in their medicated bites and bars is decadently delicious and velvety smooth in the mouth.  A complexly flavorful creation, these Terra Bites start with dried blueberries generously dusted in cocoa powder.  After a layer of white chocolate is added, they are dusted again with raspberry and blueberry powder before a final layer of polished milk chocolate completes the effect.  Deceptively simple in appearance, the patience and attention to detail presented in these Terra Bites will keep you craving them again and again.

The low THC content per bite-sized piece means more control over your medicating.  At 5 mg of THC per bite, even beginners with the lowest tolerance can medicate safely with Terra Bites.  And at 120 total mg of THC per tin, there is value for the low dose user.  Those of us with higher tolerances will have to munch on quite a few more to reach our desired effects.  I found them most convenient when I needed discrete but continuous medicating, say at the office or while travelling.  Kiva uses a blend of indica and sativa strains in their edibles, creating a hybrid, full effect high to meet a range of patient needs.

From the informative packaging and trusted consistency to the inventively dynamic sweet and tart flavor, Kiva has provided us with a top of the line edible with their Terra Bites line of products.

For more information, visit the Kiva Confections website.

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Banana Spliff Cake from Incredibles Medibles Review by OCWeedReview.Com

As anyone who follows the Review probably already knows, I’m a big fan of banana bread.  And submitting banana bread samples is probably the most surefire way to get a glowing review.  There is simply no bad banana bread.  However, there is great banana bread: ones that are capable of putting others to shame.  Incredibles’ Banana Spliff Cake, an interesting take on a classic comfort food staple, is one of those banana breads.

The Banana Spliff Cake uses traditional banana bread ingredients, like walnuts and bananas, but is then accented with sweet chocolate chips.  My love of bananas is the key to my fondness of banana bread, so I was pleased to find the banana taste is delightfully present in every bite of the cake.  At first I thought the chocolate would clash with the banana bread motif, but like anyone who has had a frozen banana near Newport Beach, I soon realized the advantages of Gob’s “double chocolate, double nuts”.

As I described to one of my writer’s when I passed them an Incredibles Medibles cake, “Be careful; this high hits you like compound interest.”  Translation:  it builds and builds and then builds again.  More than once I was fooled by its slow come on into sampling just another few bites.  As always with edibles, be patient.  “You can always take more. You can’t take less.”  And you won’t need much of this 160 mg treat.  Even proficient edibles users will agree that high potency treats like this need to be shown respect.

The effects of the Banana Spliff Cake start as a social and outgoing high, making it great for depression, especially when tied to chronic pain.  That is because, before long, a strong physical buzz catches up, soothing pain in muscles and joints, and in one case for me, in my head in the form of migraine relief.  Eventually, the whole works leaves you stoned and comfortable, with far fewer negative effects than your traditional pain medication.

For more information, visit the Incredibles Medibles website today.

The Herbal Chef THC Infused Cuisine Review by OCWeedReview.Com

For the longest time, cannabis and food meant skunky brownies and rice krispy treats, made at home or bought out of the back of a van at the Phish show.  However, as the industry matures, they are slowly learning that you can put cannabis in just about anything that uses butter or oil, opening up a world of infused culinary possibilities.  This, of course, culminates in the work of Christopher Sayegh, The Herbal Chef.  Creating fully serviced multi-course, cannabis infused meals, he is putting a whole new twist on the catered dinner party.

Coming from a family that embraced cooking and eating together, a career as a chef was a natural undertaking for Chris.  However, it wasn’t until his technique was hardened in the kiln that is the kitchen of a Michelin rated restaurant that Chris became the chef he is today.  Training extensively under James Beard Award winning head chefs, the gratifying experience is recalled fondly by him as, “the hardest time of my life.”  Since then, Chris has been bringing his skill and passion to medicated fine dining, cooking under the Herbal Chef brand for the past six years.

Preparation for Chris’s meals begins months in advance with visits to the event’s location to begin searching for his ingredients from neighboring farms.  Truly adopting a locally sourced attitude, Chris pulls his seasonal menus from the event’s surrounding area to put the diner in touch with the region.  Ingredients not obtained locally are brought in from carefully selected vendors, such as certified Wagyu beef from Japan, fine imported caviar, and prized truffles.  Doing whatever it takes to craft the perfect culinary experience, Chris is not above foraging for his own culinary elements, including perfectly paired wines and liquors from Napa and beyond.

Each The Herbal Chef meal is customizable, though Chris works best when kept off a tight leash.  Surprising even the pickiest of palates, he uses his extensive training in taste and texture to craft adventurous menus, often featuring methods that Chris himself refers to as avant garde.  Even just a glance into his favorite courses reveals this bold spirit: options include fennel panna cotta, apricot gele, and smoked pepper; locally sourced seasonal vegetables, basil and cayenne oils, and a mozzarella “cloud”; or leg of lamb, escargot, foraged mushrooms, and an arugula “moss”.  Creativity in craft and presentation allows Chris to conceive breathtaking meals.  The dinners themselves can be medicated at varying doses for individual guests, meaning everyone at the table is able to enjoy the entire meal, regardless of their tolerance level or usage.

From planning to execution to cleanup, Chris and his team take care of everything, leaving guests to enjoy the experience worry free.  The Herbal Chef events include an educational session about cannabis dosing and edibles, pairing information about wine and liquor choices, and detailed descriptions of each course, making these catered dinners accessible to all levels of patient, regardless of their experience with either cannabis or cuisine.

For more information or to book The Herbal Chef for your next event, visit theherbalchef.comor follow on Instagram @the_herbal_chef.

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Stokes Confections Watermelon Micros Review by OCWeedReview.Com

I’m pleased as punch to see companies in our industry come to embrace the low dose patient, recognizing that a 5 mg baseline is recommended as the average psychoactive dose for beginners.  For those patients who only require single digit THC numbers, products like Stokes Watermelon Micros are the perfect low dose choice.  And with packaging similar to a pill bottle, Stokes Micros are a fitting match to your medicine cabinet at home, your desk at the office, or anywhere else you keep your pharmaceuticals.

Stokes Micros are not much bigger than a tic tac or Starbucks mint, making them discreet and unobtrusive.  Because they are fast acting, thanks to sublingual uptake, they are an efficient way to medicate.  Each bottle of Stokes candies contains 20 individual micros at 5 mg each, for a total of 100 mg per package.

Mercifully sugar free and less than 3 calories per micro, they won’t leave you pudgy like more saccharine sweets.  Stokes are available in a range of flavors, like Honey Lemon Ginger and Mint, but we tested the subtly sweet watermelon.  They are just a bit sour in the back of the throat, especially if chewed up.  But the watermelon flavoring is spot on and did all it could to cover the cannabis.

Stokes are made with a solventless extraction of organic cannabis, so you can be sure you are medicating safely and are lab tested to guarantee potency.  Patients who need to closely manage their intake will appreciate Stokes’ reliability: no more trying to pull off tiny pieces of a 250 mg brownie and guessing the milligram count.

As a moderate patient who enjoys 35-70 mg per dose, I found that these tiny mints can also work to accent or maintain an existing high, magnifying and extending effects.  Long after a high should wear off, Stokes Micros can keep it going.  Kept conveniently at hand, these tiny candies are excellent for times when open medicating is impossible and discretion is necessary.

Regardless of tolerance, all levels of patient can find a place for Stokes Micros, delighting in their ease of precise dosing, low calorie flavor, and unassuming use in public.

Visit getstokes.com for more information.

Deez Nutz Cookie from Super Baked Review by OCWeedReview.Com

As the edibles industry rapidly grows, we here at the Review have become increasingly vigilant in discovering companies that we feel are, if you will, “doing it right”. Creativity in design, lab tested numbers, and socially ethical ingredients all contribute to an industry leading edible, and Super Baked displays each in spades.

The Super Baked consideration for detail begins with their ingredients. Locally sourced, sometimes obtained as close by as right in their backyard of Oceanside, they create an important link between Super Baked and their community. Organic ingredients like unbleached whole wheat flour, cane sugar, and coconut palm sugar are combined with cage free eggs, hemp seed hearts, and flax meal to create a wholesome and socially responsible edible.

But the real stars of the Super Baked Deez Nutz cookie are, of course, the nuts. Well, only the hazelnuts are true nuts. Technically speaking, almonds and pistachios are drupes, like the cherry, but no one would buy a cookie called Deez Drupes and a Nut. I was especially excited by the interesting combination of rarely used cookie nuts, like the hazelnut, and shows the way in which Super Baked is willing to think outside the typical edible to craft their cookies.

The 125 mg of THC in the Deez Nutz cookie is backed with testing done by PharmLabs, so you know exactly what potency you are receiving. Dosing out baked goods can be difficult, and I was content to just nibble and munch. However, I found the high to be engaging and productive. After eating nearly the entire cookie in a few hours in the office, I was still able to complete quite a bit of work. Eventually, the effects peaked, leaving me stoney and creative. There is plenty of residual body buzz to help combat mild to moderate pain, while the calming sedation soothes away stress.

Visit superbaked.com for more information.

The Herbal Chef THC Infused Cuisine Review by OCWeedReview.Com
For the longest time, cannabis and food meant skunky brownies and rice krispy treats, made at home or bought out of the back of a van at the Phish show. However, as the industry matures, they are slowly learning that you can put cannabis in just about anything that uses butter or oil, opening up a world of infused culinary possibilities. This, of course, culminates in the work of Christopher Sayegh, The Herbal Chef. Creating fully serviced multi-course, cannabis infused meals, he is putting a whole new twist on the catered dinner party.

Coming from a family that embraced cooking and eating together, a career as a chef was a natural undertaking for Chris. However, it wasn’t until his technique was hardened in the kiln that is the kitchen of a Michelin rated restaurant that Chris became the chef he is today. Training extensively under James Beard Award winning head chefs, the gratifying experience is recalled fondly by him as, “the hardest time of my life.” Since then, Chris has been bringing his skill and passion to medicated fine dining, cooking under the Herbal Chef brand for the past six years.

Preparation for Chris’s meals begins months in advance with visits to the event’s location to begin searching for his ingredients from neighboring farms. Truly adopting a locally sourced attitude, Chris pulls his seasonal menus from the event’s surrounding area to put the diner in touch with the region. Ingredients not obtained locally are brought in from carefully selected vendors, such as certified Wagyu beef from Japan, fine imported caviar, and prized truffles. Doing whatever it takes to craft the perfect culinary experience, Chris is not above foraging for his own culinary elements, including perfectly paired wines and liquors from Napa and beyond.

Each The Herbal Chef meal is customizable, though Chris works best when kept off a tight leash. Surprising even the pickiest of palates, he uses his extensive training in taste and texture to craft adventurous menus, often featuring methods that Chris himself refers to as avant garde. Even just a glance into his favorite courses reveals this bold spirit: options include fennel panna cotta, apricot gele, and smoked pepper; locally sourced seasonal vegetables, basil and cayenne oils, and a mozzarella “cloud”; or leg of lamb, escargot, foraged mushrooms, and an arugula “moss”. Creativity in craft and presentation allows Chris to conceive breathtaking meals. The dinners themselves can be medicated at varying doses for individual guests, meaning everyone at the table is able to enjoy the entire meal, regardless of their tolerance level or usage.

From planning to execution to cleanup, Chris and his team take care of everything, leaving guests to enjoy the experience worry free. The Herbal Chef events include an educational session about cannabis dosing and edibles, pairing information about wine and liquor choices, and detailed descriptions of each course, making these catered dinners accessible to all levels of patient, regardless of their experience with either cannabis or cuisine.

For more information or to book The Herbal Chef for your next event, visit theherbalchef.com or follow on Instagram @the_herbal_chef.

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Old Fashioned Lemonade Cannabis Quencher Review by OCWeedReview.Com

Few things say summer more than an ice cold glass of lemonade.  And here in Southern California, the heat is just starting to build, making the need for a shady refreshment all the more important.  So as the sun peaks in the sky, duck for cover and pour out an old fashioned lemonade Cannabis Quencher for a medicated mid-day break.

Before opening your Cannabis Quencher, be sure to give it a vigorous shake, not just to mix up the sediment, but also to evenly distribute the medication.  Although refrigeration isn’t required, I highly suggest keeping your Cannabis Quencher chilled, as ice cold is the way to go for an improved taste.  We were able to split the bottle into two glasses filled with ice for a perfect 8 ounce dose to share under the shade of the porch.  At 75 mg per 16 ounce bottle, each glass comes to an easy 37 mg or so.

At 110 calories, a full 16 ounce Cannabis Quencher has fewer calories than most sodas.  The all natural ingredients include cane sugar, lemon juice concentrate, and organic lemon flavor.  A puckeringly sour lemon is balanced by the saccharine natural sweetener for a fine complement to the mild cannabis flavor.

Great for a trip to the beach, a bike ride down to the park, or just lounging in the backyard, Cannabis Quenchers are a refreshing and convenient way to medicate during these dog days of summer.  With potency to share, they make a good addition to any picnic or social gathering, and when served over ice, the classic lemonade is a cooling way to endure Southern California’s heat.

Get yours from PSA Collective today.

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Pot Stix from Goodies By MaGooch Edible Review via OCWeedReview.com

As a professional reviewer of edibles, it is an absolute relief to have a product come across my desk that isn’t a case of cannabis infused diabetes waiting to happen.  Made with Goodies By MaGooch’s medicated olive oil, the same they now offer in the shops, their Pot Stix medicated pretzels are the savory edible snack you’ve been hoping for.  Healthier than sugar loaded candies, and unlike fancy baked goods, there is no need for refrigeration.  Versatile and lasting, Pot Stix are ready when you need them.

Unlike many infused edibles, even ones at this potency level, you simply cannot taste the cannabis in these Pot Stix.  Not normally a fan of pretzels, myself, I took to these immediately, enjoying the addition of the mild olive oil flavor.  One of my favorite methods for using these medicated pretzels is mixed in with other treats to make a tasty, low dose party mix.  Or if the crowd is right, double up by adding other medicated Goodies by MaGooch, like their cheez-its, for a non-alcoholic alternative to party supplies.

Tested at 117 mg of THC per bag, there is enough potency for even moderate users.  However, it is tough to dose out into accurate portions without counting and mathing out the the number of pretzels in the bag.  Rather, I found them best for casual munching here and there, to bring on a soft, enduring high.  But they are great by the handful as an addition to your lunch, as a mid-hike snack, or blended into a snack mix for the game.  Regardless of how you eat them, Pot Stix from Goodies By MaGooch offer a consistent full body medicating experience.

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S’mores Bar from TKO Edibles Review by OCWeedReview.Com

There is just something about a s’more.  Tied to the specific necessity of an open fire, to make them is an experience, an event.  Friends and family gather in a circle to help each other toast the perfect marshmallow or clean sticky hands and faces.  But unless you have access to a fire pit year round, it can be a rare occurrence to savor these gooey treats.  Thankfully, TKO Edibles captures everything you love about the s’more in a convenient and mess free package for enjoyment anytime.

Fitting in with their line of cereal bar edibles, the TKO Edibles S’mores Bar, like a traditional Rice Krispy bar, is a combination of marshmallows and, in this case, Golden Grahams cereal, coated with chocolate and topped with mini-marshmallows for flair.  Undeniably chewy, this treat is a workout for the jaw and the tastebuds.  Pro-tip:  Use your food safe torch on low to toast and melt the marshmallows for the full s’mores effect.

We tested our S’mores Bar, where else, but around a campfire on the beach.  A fitting match for the crisp, salty air and crackling logs, we felt all 100 mg of THC in this edible by sundown.  A burbling and talkative come on early in the night transitioned into a comforting, body buzzing high that became quite tweaky towards the peak.  Sensory engagement is intensely heightened: a welcome sensation to some, but uncomfortable for others.  Beginning or even moderate users will want to portion this potent edible out into smaller doses.

Visit TKO Edibles for more information.

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Red Velvet Cookie from TKO Edibles Review by OCWeedReview.Com

Across their product line, TKO Edibles carries one of the highest THC counts per dollar that money can buy.  Clocking in at a more than capable 160 mg, their line of cookies sells for just a pittance of eight bucks a piece.  Throw in TKO Edibles’ consistent freshness and taste, and you get one of Orange County’s best values in edibles.

Although I never bought into the red velvet craze myself, I certainly understand the popularity.  The addition of cocoa gives the batter a mild chocolate flavor, while the red color gives them a visual twist on most other baked goods.  TKO Edibles adds to this a flair of white sprinkles to give their cookies a personality of their own.  The cookies had a grainy, sugar cookie like consistency and a buttery flavor.  The mild cannabis scent and flavor is nearly unavoidable at this high a concentration of THC, but the cocoa works to complement, not mask.

As we’ve come to expect from TKO Edibles, this medicated treat brings with it a soaring high.  It is a paradox of reposeful mellowness and intense stimulation.  This one was tested on the beach just before sundown, and the high carried over into a night wandering downtown.  As the edible took hold, the social, talkative high transitioned into one of body buzzing relaxation.  Nearing the peak, sensory engagement was heightened: lighting effects were more pronounced; music was more rousing; even wind on the skin felt more pronounced.  Wonderful for the end of the week or to improve a melancholy day, TKO Edibles red velvet cookie is the way to enjoy your day.

Visit TKO Edibles for more information.

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Trikom Treats Triple Chocolate Brownie Review by OCWeedReview.Com

I’ve had many a brownie in my day, medicated and otherwise, and this Triple Chocolate Brownie from Trikom Treats is one of the most scrumptious.  I’ve remarked in the past that a well made brownie can be a finer thing than one complicated with bells and whistles.  In this edible from Trikom Treats, you get just that: the kind of delicious medicated brownie that your talented friend or family member might make, but none of the wildly varying potencies that come with homemade medibles.

My sample Triple Chocolate Brownie had just about 100 mg of total cannabinoids.  And unlike other popular brands that test once, if ever, to obtain their potency numbers, Trikom Treats tests every batch of oil, so you know the numbers listed on the package are the actual numbers received in the edible.  I cannot stress enough that this should be the industry standard, and Trikom Treats is singular in their dedication to precise dosing.

When flying, I have gotten into the habit of using an edible to make for a more enjoyable flight, easing any stress and anxiety caused from traveling.  Trikom Treats Triple Chocolate Brownie was reviewed in just that setting.  Eaten with a hot latte while waiting at the gate to board, by the time my group is called the tension easing and sociable high effects begin to settle in, allowing for a more comfortable boarding experience.  The easy aura given off allows for a friendly engagement with fellow passenger and crew alike.  Once in the air, a calming body high washes over me, mixing with the mood elevation for a euphoric trip.

Trikom Treats takes commercial edibles to a professional new level.  Their packaging contains nutritional values and ingredients, user warnings, and testing numbers so recent that they have corresponding born on dates.  Our Triple Chocolate Brownie had its infused coconut oil tested on the 14th and was baked just three days later on the 17th.  Our review took place a scant week later.  There is little doubt that Trikom Treats takes your experience very seriously, and that begins with proper dosing and accurate packaging and continues through their line of delicious and fresh products.

Visit Trikom Treats for more information.