Colorado is building a reputation as the national laboratory for getting marijuana mostly right, and the edible side of the industry is no exception. However, edibles present their own set of challenges from the regulatory perspective. Challenges range from the agricultural to the pharmaceutical to child safety.
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When Colorado legalized recreational cannabis eight months ago, no one was really sure how it would all turn out. Despite doom-laden prophecies from prohibitionists, cannabis legalization in Colorado has been a huge success.
Auntie Dolores cooks up great tasting edibles without all the calories, and the company offers products for those with dietary restrictions, including sugar-free, vegan, and gluten-free treats.
Sensi Products creates innovative edible medicine for cannabis patients, products include small chews and THC shots.
Paradise Candy Company makes rancher style candies, pops, and caramels in small batches to ensure the most quality and consistent edible products.
Two well-known companies in the cannabis industry have resolved a year-long legal dispute. Dixie Holdings – which owns Dixie Elixirs and Edibles – and Medical Marijuana Inc. announced that they have agreed to settle a lawsuit over their joint company, Red Dice Holdings. VIEW FULL ARTICLE
Colorado-based edibles company, Incredibles, is home to a variety of tasty chocolate bars. Each chocolate bar contains 100mg or more of THC made from in-house hash oil, green butter and bubble hash.
Healthy High Edibles helps you lose weight while you medicate, as most of their products are cooked with pure coconut oil, which is proven to aid weight loss.
2013 Seattle Cup winner, Day Dreamers Chocolates, is a medicinal cannabis treat that comes packaged in a variety of ways–indica, sativa, hybrid and high CBD.
Casa Luna sells some of the most wholesome medical cannabis chocolate on the market, the product is made with organic cocoa and is gluten free, sugar free, vegan and kosher.
BlueKudu prides itself on cooking up the most quality edibles, as their cannabis chocolate creations are made with natural and organic ingredients. BlueKudu caters to both recreational and medical marijuana users.
Big Pete’s Treats puts a new meaning to the word “baked”. With nearly a dozen different types of THC-infused cookies for its customers to choose from, Big Pete’s is baking up a variety of cannabis treats and caters to 29 different dispensaries in California.
Bhang Chocolate strives to incorporate the finest chocolate and medical cannabis, providing its customers with a high quality medicinal treat.
How do you like to take your marijuana? Do you like to smoke it, vaporize it or take it in an edible form? If you answered edible, then you are not alone. Many individuals prefer edible marijuana for the relaxation it produces, while others prefer edibles because they don’t involve inhaling carcinogenic smoke. Plus, sometimes it’s just easier to pop a cannabis cookie into your mouth.
Cannasseur is more than a dispensary, it is a lifestyle. In Southwest Colorado, Cannasseur provides the highest quality cannabis, ultra-premium concentrate, edibles and more to the public 21+.
Naturally, with the proliferation of pot in the United States, it was only a matter of time until someone made cannabis culinary. If you are a cannabis enthusiast, at some point in your life you likely cooked up some gnarly version of a pot brownie and choked it down to get a buzz.
Put down that pot brownie. In a bid to join the mainstreaming of marijuana, chefs and caterers are pairing cannabis with cuisine—not just to keep up with the times, but to create a high-end dining experience.
A Seattle food truck hopes to sell marijuana-infused treats around the city, but as KIRO’s David Ham reports that may be only a pipe dream – for now.
Whereas 21 U.S. States have legalized medical marijuana and customers are queuing up to buy it, the same is not true of financial institutions. They complain about the heavy fines they could incur if they so much as touch a banknote that smells of pot. This has caused Walgreen, CVS and Rite Aid to stay clear, but it has left the field wide open for new entrants.
Pot leaf symbol: Could it be used as a label to warn children not to consume medibles?Colorado hopes so. Dispensaries are required to provide patients and recreational users with childproof labeling and packaging upon checkout. The reason for this is quite obvious: to prevent children from accidentally eating these enticing treats, and, consequently, getting high.
State regulators in Colorado wrestle to control the surge in medibles. Labeling system proposed. Colorado Symphony Orchestra hosts Classically Cannabis on May, 23, 2014.