We tried it: Kiva Lost Farm chews review

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Kiva Confections has been in the edible game since 2010, and over the last decade, it has secured a spot at the top of its trade in California’s cannabis scene. My experience with the brand has always been overwhelmingly positive. With its flavor consistency and winning 3:1 CBD:THC ratio, Kiva’s Camino Sparkling Pear gummies have become a bona fide staple in my stash, an essential treat for easing into a weeknight and drifting to sleep without overdoing it on the THC.  There’s always an elegance and palpable confidence with which Kiva pairs quality flavors and non-cannabis ingredients with a strong, nuanced cannabis effect. Call me crazy, but regardless of the type of cannabis plant I’m consuming, I like to feel that my experience is rooted in the plant. What I mean is, a half-assed gummy sprayed with cheap weed oil is not my idea of a great time, no matter how potent the “high” is. The more of the integrity of the plant you preserve, the more nuanced the high, and the closer you are to a physical and psychotropic experience authored by Mother Nature. Kiva Confections’ new Lost Farm line seems to doube down on this concept, boasting strain-specific, plant-based gummies and chews infused with 100% live resin. Advertised as “full-sensory, ultra-fresh, and extra-strength,” the Lost Farm gummies and chews are clearly meant to denote a powerful edible experience that permeates the senses since there’s minimal barrier between you and the source plant material.  So let’s unwrap some Lost Farm chews and see how they measure up to Kiva’s other top-notch edibles. For this review, we’ll be looking at the Lost Farm watermelon and blueberry flavors, made with live resin from Gelato and Blue Dream strains, respectively. First impressions Visually, the Lost Farm Fruit Chews are immediately attractive. The…

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