When I started using cannabis products, I loved to buy edibles from the cannabis dispensary.
The dispensary always has a huge selection of edibles.
They always had something on sale and a huge selection of products like space cake, pot brownies, and cookies. After using cannabis products for a couple of months, the 10 mg edibles barely do anything anymore. I don’t get high on a 10mg edible and I don’t feel any pain relief at all. I’ve had to up the dose 250 mg at a time if I want any type of relief. This means it is no longer cost effective to buy edibles from the cannabis dispensary. I can’t afford to spend $50 or more for a single daily dose of cannabis. I had to start making my own cannabis products at home. I thought it would be easy. I even thought I would make it a business and sell stuff to all of my friends. I can honestly say that the process is much more difficult than I anticipated. I’ve tried a number of ways to make edibles at home. I even tried to buy a cannabutter machine, but I had a difficult time using it. I tried to infuse candy with distillate, but I didn’t let the product cook long enough and I ended up with a sticky mess. I was wasting lots of money, so I stopped thinking about edibles altogether. Now I simply vape concentrate. It’s a lot cheaper and still very tasty if you buy strains with heavy terpenes. My favorite are the live resin strains that are thick like badder.