We tried it: Pantry's Good Day Bites


Since I learned how to use cannabis as a tool for productivity, I’ve been gravitating toward products that make me feel good, as opposed to those that make me feel intoxicated. Part of my journey in becoming a more effective stoner has been incorporating adaptogens like ashwagandha and functional mushrooms like Lion’s Mane or cordyceps into my morning routine.  In addition to a little bit of weed in the morning, I’ve found this combination to be extremely effective in managing stress throughout the day and helping me achieve the flow state where productivity happens. When you think about the similarities between cannabis, adaptogens, and functional mushrooms, it’s surprising that there aren’t more products that incorporate all three.  Enter Pantry’s Good Day Bites, 5-milligram 1:1 THC:CBD superfood bites that check each of these boxes. When I came across this product, I was intrigued. After experimenting with them over the past month, they’ve become a permanent fixture in my morning routine.  Good Day Bites are part of a new line of superfood bites from Pantry, an edibles company that calls on Michelin star chefs like Michael Magliano to create its posh, holistically formulated edibles. With high-end infused olive oils, superfood bites, and a heavy catering angle, the brand goes beyond the role of yet another luxury cannabis brand.  This innovation is specifically evident in Pantry’s line of superfood bites, which include Good Day Bites, Nite Bites, and Cacao Keto Bites. Each product pairs functional mushrooms and adaptogens with cannabinoids like CBD, THC, and CBN, and were created by a team of chefs and nutritionists with a chief medical officer.  Put simply, they’re good for you and they make you feel good. So, let’s talk about my favorite of the bunch: Good Day Bites.  First impression  Where have these been all my life?…

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