The Best Edibles in 2019

Let’s say you’re a young adult and that you love cannabis, but smoking it, isn’t something you necessarily want to do anymore. Maybe it’s because you have virgin lungs and are prone to coughing a lot after a bowl hit. Or maybe you just don’t like the taste of cannabis. Well great news for you, there’s another way you can get into your happy zone.

Try an edible. They’re an excellent alternative to smoking or vaping. Always read the dosing recommendations and that will explain how much THC is in the edible. Different doses affect people differently, and each person can have a unique tolerance level.

There is a plethora of edibles to choose from, that you can buy online, or go to a dispensary. Brownies are a classic choice. Watermelon and strawberry gummies are delicious as well. A new edible is the lollipop.

It’s important to know your history, in order to pay respects to the people who came before you. Did you know there’s an entire timeline for edibles? 15th Century BCE, is when the Chinese first manufactured and consumed cannabis tea. Later on, in 1000 BCE, India cultivated cannabis and produced it in something called Bhang, which is generally known as the oldest recipe for cannabis consumption. During the 1840’s, the French indulged in eating hash with their coffee and tea. And in 1996, California became the first state to bring in “commercially made edibles”.

What’s the difference between smoking cannabis and eating cannabis? Potency is a significant factor that distinguishes the two. That’s why it’s always a good idea to start at a low dose for edibles, and then work your way up. There’s no rush, and no competition with your friends—even if there is an infinite arm wrestle contest—so have fun. Here’s Bonus Video for you all:

Some benefits of taking edibles include:

  1. Measured dosage
  2. Better and more complete body high
  3. Tastes extremely good
  4. And you don’t need to bother with lighters, or other tools.

And if you consider yourself to be a chef, you can even make your own edibles. It’s pretty simple, once you get the hang of it. Edibles are usually made from putting in cooking oil with activated cannabis. Cannabis compounds will melt into fatty substances, because they’re fat soluble. Used low-heat when making your edibles, overheating is not recommended, and will most likely damage your treats.

Cooking at temperatures below 340 F (177℃) are your best bet.

The best part about taking an edible is enjoying the company of friends. It’s an experience, meant to be shared with others. But, if you’re introverted, it’s totally fine to enjoy an edible by yourself. However, there’s something about that communal environment, something about having a long day at work and kicking back in your futon, and taking an edible with your good friends.

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Some other great dispensaries to buy edibles include: Cheeba Chews, Baked By Charlie, and Iris Gummies.

There are many different kind of edibles that are becoming popular in 2019.

These include: Cannabis beverages, Cannabis chocolates, and Cannabis Gummies. Colorado features dispensaries that sell cannabis cola and fruit punch.

Doesn’t that sound amazing? Coffee shops in NYC, sell coffee infused with cannabis, if you’re more of a morning person. Companies like Kiva and Defonce sell Cannabis chocolates. These are gourmet treats that come with hazelnut, whole roasted almonds, and espresso beans.

THC potency begins at 5 MGs for these goodies. Gummies are another awesome favorite You can get worms, bears, etc.

A fantastic and easy solution to access these edibles is to acquire a Medical Card. Veriheal is one of the up and coming companies that sell cards. They help patients purchase medicine legally and at an affordable rate. They’re an online recommendation service that points you to the right physician who will help you decide if medical marijuana is the right option for you. Try it for yourself and you can learn more about the company here.

Hopefully, by the end of this article, you will have learned the benefits of edibles. You know the history of it as well. And you can even try to make your own treats, if you so desire. Remember, life is long, but it’s also short. Work hard every day. Then at the end of it, treat yourself. With an edible. And relax, sit back, watch some Netflix, letting the relaxation hit you.…

Guidelines For Living A Healthy Lifestyle

Have you ever felt confused about what to eat, how to eat, when to eat it and how much to exercise on top of everything else? Or are you having a hard time keeping track of it all? Well, here’s great news for you!

The lovely family behind Jazzercise created this beautiful infographic that compiles a ton of healthy living information. From building a healthy plate to controlling portions and being active, this infographic has it all.

Follow these guidelines to make healthy food choices and to feel the best in you every day.


You’ve reached adulthood and you probably feel like you definitely have a handle on your daily activities.

Getting to work on time? Check. Working out in the evenings? Check.  Brushing your teeth? Not so fast. Most of us never give it a second thought, but as it turns out, a huge number of adults brush their teeth incorrectly, putting their mouth at risk of tooth decay and preventable tooth erosion.

It’s not a science, but there is a technique to it.

It’s normal to hold your toothbrush at a 90° angle to your teeth, but that’s a big no-no since you are more likely to damage your gums this way. To properly brush your teeth, tilt the brush at a 45 angle away from the gum line and use a gentle circular motion, paying extra attention to the hard to reach areas around fillings, crowns and back teeth.

Can you spare 120 seconds for tooth brushing?

Proper brushing takes at least 2 minutes and most adults do not spend nearly as much time brushing their teeth each day. To properly remove cavity-causing bacteria, one should brush more than a minute at a time thoroughly cleaning each section as follows;

  1. Target the outer and inner surfaces of your upper teeth
  2. Clean the inner and outer surfaces of your lower teeth
  3. Gently clean the chewing surfaces
  4. Brush your tongue for fresher breath

Consider replacing your toothbrush

Old toothbrushes are ineffective and you should consider replacing your toothbrush every 3-6months. Your old toothbrush is like a disease magnate, especially after you’ve been sick since the bristles can collect germs that can lead to reinfection.