Why Choose edibles?

If this is your first time considering using cannabis you might be wondering if edibles are right for you and your lifestyle. Edibles have been consistently gaining popularity for the last few years and for good reason! Not only are they cost effective but they are discreet and delicious. You can feel comfortable knowing that at just 5 milligrams of THC in each medallion that you are able to control the exact amount of THC you take.


The golden rule for trying edibles is to start low and go slow. That translates to eating one (5mg THC) medallion or even a half of a medallion (2.5mg THC) and waiting until you can fully feel the effects before having more. The edibles high can last for up to 6 hours and can sometimes take a while to kick in but generally you will feel the effects for about 3 or 4 hours and they will start to kick in around the half hour mark. 

how much should I take?

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Follow our signature Dose Calculator to figure out your dose for the first time. After your first time it should be easier to figure out how many medallions you want to eat. Remember to start low and go slow since the effects of edibles can vary widely between people.

edibles vs smoking

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Edibles vs. Smoking


Edible cannabis travels first to your stomach then to your liver before getting into your bloodstream and brain.


Edibles are easy to dose.

They taste delicious

one dose lasts longer (6-8 hours)

The downside is that it is easy to take too much if you are not careful. 

Edibles vs. Smoking


Smoking from a joint or a pipe is the easiest way to consume cannabis. Cannabis smoke delivers THC, the chemical that gets you high, into your lungs where it passes into your bloodstream and then your brain.

The downside is that smoking can cause damage to your lungs and it also stinks! 


Edibles vs. Smoking


Smoking from a vape is the newest  way to consume cannabis. Cannabis vapor delivers THC, into your lungs where it passes into your bloodstream and then your brain. It is discreet and 

The downside is that vaping is a new technology and the long term effects of vaping are still unknown. Also vape cartridges can be expensive. 

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Edibles vs. Smoking


Using topicals is great when you have a very localized pain such as sore knees or a sore back. Topicals absorb into your skin and interact directly with nearby endocannabinoid receptors for direct, targeted relief.

The downside is that they are non mind altering so you will likely not feel high or more relaxed.