Before cannabis was legal in Michigan, our friends and I used to bake up weed brownies.
They weren’t undoubtedly good.
They had a unusual taste and texture. The people I was with and I didn’t know anything about the potency of the weed and so had no clue about dosing. The people I was with and I occasionally ate way too much and had a disappointing experience! Because of this, I was reluctant to try the cannabis-infused edibles at the dispensary, but now that recreational cannabis is legal in Michigan, I’m able to shop for a wide variety of products in Ann Arbor. I tried out the dried flower, pre-rolls, vapes, concentrates, extracts and tinctures. The budtenders kep recommending the cannabis-infused edibles. I finally admitted that I was concerned about disappointing flavors and textures. They assured myself and others that the process of infusing cannabis into edible treats has come a long way, and when I finally agreed to give them a try, I was amazed. I’ve now become a fan of edibles. I love that I don’t need any specialized skills or accessoriesâ€¦ Edibles are incredibly simple to consume. They don’t create any odors, ash or odors. The local dispensary carries a big menu of options. I can choose from traditional brownies, gummies of all flavors and cookies. There are also milk, dark and white chocolates, hard candies, peanut butter cups, popcorn, mints and capsulesâ€¦ Just recently they have added a selection of beverages. There are cannabis-infused tonics, colas, root beers, lemonades, mocktales and cannabeers. There is a line of cooking oils, butters and marinara sauces. I am having a lot of fun trying out the odd options. I love the intensity and delayed onset of effects.