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Buy Cannabis Edibles Online in Canada

Cannabis edibles come in many different shapes and sizes but they all share two things in common- they’re infused with cannabis and you can eat them. We’ve come a long way since the days of edibles that were honestly kind of gross or had an overpowering weed taste to them. We only stock quality edibles at XpressGrass.

Due to culinary advances and the use of potent cannabis distillates, we’ve seen a breakthrough with weed-infused foods.  Now, you can find delicious edibles like gummies, candies, and chocolate that are so tasty that you need to be careful not to eat them all in one sitting!

Most Popular Weed Edibles

Cannabis Gummy Bears

DOSE Gummies

MOTA Chocolate Bars

Benefits of Cannabis Edibles

Edibles are great for people who dislike smoking or vaping their cannabis. Instead of potentially damaging your lungs, edibles provide an alternative option that makes cannabis accessible for everyone.

Since edibles have to pass through your digestive system to become active, the onset of effects can take anywhere from 30 minutes to three hours. Many things can affect this, from how empty your stomach is when you ate the edibles, to your tolerance to cannabis in general.

While edibles take longer to kick in, they can also last a lot longer compared to other methods of ingestion, especially if the edibles are strong. If you’re using edibles for pain or anxiety, you’ll most likely appreciate the more extended relief.

Another benefit of edibles is that you can precisely control your dose, which is almost impossible to do with smoking flower. You can get a rough estimate on how much THC is in a joint or bowl by looking up the strain’s THC content, or using this Smoke Calculator by the L.A. Times, but it’s far from exact, especially if you’re smoking socially.

Meanwhile, every edible will have a concentration or total dose printed on the packaging, so you can quickly work out how many mg of your favorite cannabinoid you’re ingesting.

How to Use Edibles

The tricky part of using edibles isn’t the ingestion; it’s working out your preferred dose. Some edibles will have a total dose of CBD/THC printed, while others will have a dose per serving, and it’s important to distinguish between the two. Mixing the two up can result in either far too much or too little THC.

For example, if the label says there’s 100mg THC per package, and there are 10 candies in the package, that means each candy will have 10mg THC. Which is a small, easy dose for regular users.

If the package said it was 100mg THC per candy, on the other hand, buckle up and prepare for an intense, long lasting high that could be overwhelming, especially if you’re not used to edibles.

If you’ve never used edibles before, it’s a good idea to start slow. 

A common mistake when taking edibles for the first time is being too impatient. You should take a small dose and wait at least an hour to see if you feel any effects before taking more. You want to wait and not take another dose too soon, or else you could end up getting way too high.

Due to the prolonged effect duration, if you start too high, you may end up spending the next few hours regretting your decision. Start with a 5 mg dose and wait up to three hours. If you don’t get the experience you want, increase your dose until you start feeling the effects you desire.

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