On the fence about cannabis edibles? Try these low-dose gummies from Denver.

On the fence about cannabis edibles? Try these low-dose gummies from Denver.
Denver Post

Editor’s note: Each week in Staff Favorites, we offer our opinions on the best that Colorado has to offer for dining, shopping, entertainment, outdoor activities and more. (We’ll also let you in on some hidden gems). It was mere months ago that I used this column to tout my favorite vape pen. I went so far as to tell you, dear readers, that my preferred way to consume cannabis was by vaporizing it. Since then, however, I’ve had numerous reasons to take a break from smoking weed, including a mild case of COVID-19 last September and another close call when my husband contracted the virus in December. While I still love my Seed & Smith vape pen – it’s seriously the only one I use – these breaks have inspired me to embrace another form of cannabis: edibles. RELATED: Marijuana edible trends: Where to find rapid onset and CBG/CBN gummies in Colorado Everyone, including comedian Chelsea Handler, has a story about eating too much THC and feeling uncomfortably or uncontrollably high. For the most, this was my experience with edibles, be it gummies, chocolate, taffy, what have you. Simply put, 10 milligrams was too much for me to ingest at once. Then I tried Coda Signature’s line of Fruit Notes, which comes in the traditional, 10-milligram serving size and also a lower dose of 5 milligrams of THC. The latter is what changed my perspective and transformed me into an edibles evangelist. Related Articles Cannabis | PHOTOS: Mile High 420 Festival returns Cannabis | Method Man announces new cannabis edibles, concentrates in time for 420 concert in Denver Cannabis | The city of Denver would like to remind you it’s illegal to smoke pot at 420 fest Cannabis | Denver’s Mile High 420 Festival to institute age restrictions in 2023…

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