Quick & Easy Cannabis Chocolate Recipe

Have you ever tried cannabis chocolate?

Infusing edibles with cannabis is a long-standing tradition. The earliest mentions of cannabis-infused foods go as far back as 2000 B.C! People have used cannabis in food for a long time, be it for recreational or medical purposes, but it’s only recently that the practice has been legalized. 

Back then, mixing cannabis with food and drink was largely reserved for tradition and ritual. These days, it’s coming back in full swing, not in the least because of multiple health benefits and critical popularity that has become associated with the use of cannabis. 

The main problem many have found with using marijuana is the taste. If you’ve ever tasted pure cannabis oil, then you know it has a strong, pungent taste that’s hard to reconcile with. Over time, cannabis enthusiasts came up with a way to improve upon it by reviving the almost-forgotten tradition of infusing edibles with cannabinoids.

And what better product to infuse with cannabis than chocolate!

What is Cannabis Chocolate?

While the term cannabis chocolate sounds pretty self-explanatory at first glance, it’s a tad bit complicated in reality.

Mainly because when people hear cannabis chocolate, they either think of “weed got mixed into the chocolate” or, if they know a bit more about edible infusion, think THC (and associated side-effects – i.e. getting high).

In reality, while edibles are often infused with THC when aiming for purely recreational effects, chocolate edibles can also be infused with CBD and have next to no trace of THC. Unlike THC, CBD doesn’t have the ability to make people euphoric. In other words, you won’t get high when consuming CBD chocolate. 

That being said, chocolate can be infused not only with THC but also with cannabinoids such as CBD, cannabis oils and tasteless THC distillates.

Additionally, cannabis chocolate is also available in a variety of forms. The most popular, of course, is the chocolate bar! This classic confectionary is a time-tested classic that we’ve taken many creative liberties on in the Sugar Jack’s lab. 

However, for those erring on the extra cozy side, cannabis chocolate can also take the form of a hot mug of weed hot chocolate, an impressive hot chocolate bomb or other chocolate-infused cannabis drinks

What are the Benefits of Using Cannabis Chocolates?

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People start using cannabis-based products for various reasons. For example, cannabis chocolate is a good mood stabilizer. It’s chocolate, after all! When has anybody failed to perk up after a few decadent squares?

Additionally, cannabis chocolate is also a tasty way to alleviate depression and anxiety, helps with insomnia and chronic pain, and recent research has shown its potential with certain chronic diseases like multiple sclerosis and diabetes.

But why cannabis chocolate specifically? Why do people choose it over other CBD and THC-based products?

1. Great Taste

The biggest draw of cannabis chocolate is its taste. Many people already love chocolate and consume it with pleasure before adding cannabis into the mix.

And when choosing between the oily hemp taste of pure CBD/THC and sweet chocolate, it’s not unsurprising that people choose the latter. Chocolate taste usually completely covers up the pungent taste of weed, letting consumers obtain all the benefits without any of the strong taste!

2. Dosage Management

To gain maximum benefits from cannabis use, you need the correct dosage. With pure THC and CBD oils, this is simple. You just need to know how many drops to use how many times a day.

But with most other edibles, it can be hard to control the dosage.

However, it is simple with cannabis chocolate! Usually, the package provides accurate information about the amount of CBD or THC in each portion, which lets you know just how much and how many times a day you need to eat for the most optimal results.

For example, our chocolate bars can be easily proportioned into squares for easy dosing and consumption! Each chocolate bar contains 500mg of THC with each square containing 33.3mg per piece. 

It’s the best way to dose for both accuracy, taste and potency! 

3. Portable and Simple

And all you’ll need to do is just put it in your bag and have it on the go whenever.

If you’ve ever had to take medication (especially liquid medication) on public transport or in the street then you know how uncomfortable it can get.

But with chocolate, it is easy! You can just pop it in whenever you want and go on. Not to mention the added benefit of not having anyone judge you over it. 

Cannabis chocolate looks like every other chocolate – no one will look at you funny, and you won’t have to go through any awkward conversations explaining that no, you’re not actually getting high right now but consuming CBD.

How to Make Cannabis Chocolate

Now is the fun part!

Cannabis chocolate is pretty easy to make if you wish to try your hand at it. All you’ll need are either dark or milk chocolate chips (or baking chocolate), some CBD/THC tincture, and a mould.

Melt around 10oz of chocolate in a large bowl over a water bath (double boiler), mixing every once in a while. 

When the chocolate starts getting runny, add your tincture (calculate the amount based on your required dosage), and mix very well while continuing heating the chocolate until it’s fully melted and can be poured into a mould.

Transfer into the mould, let it cool at room temperature and stick it into a fridge until it hardens and can be taken out of the mould without falling apart. Voila! Your cannabis-infused chocolate delight is ready to be enjoyed!

Or, if you want to avoid the DIY process altogether and want to enjoy cannabis chocolate as fast as possible, you can pick some of Sugar Jack THC Chocolate Bars at our partner online dispensary vendor! 

Cannabis Chocolate – A Sweet Way to Medicate

Cannabis-infused edibles are becoming more and more popular these days due to potential health benefits and ease of use.

However, as cannabis oil is known to have a very unpleasant, heavy earth-like taste, people usually prefer to avoid using it by itself and turn to infused edibles to rip the benefits and avoid disadvantages.

Cannabis chocolate is among them, potentially being the most popular cannabis-infused food these days. 

They’re popular for multiple reasons, not in the least due to their convenience in use and consistently dependable good taste. 

In addition, cannabis chocolate is easy to transport, easy to consume, and usually makes it easy for the consumer to control the dosage, which is another benefit, especially when one is on the go.

If you are looking to give cannabis chocolate a try, don’t wait for it anymore! 

We, at Sugar Jacks, created for you an ultimate set of cannabis-infused chocolates to try. We offer five chocolate bar flavours such as white chocolate & praline, milk chocolate, mint dark chocolate, raspberries and cream and finally, Japanese matcha ice cream. 

Each chocolate bar contains 15 pieces of Belgium’s finest chocolate infused with 33 mg of our filtered, house-made THC tincture. Isn’t it delicious? Be sure to check us on our vendor’s website and let us know if you have more questions about cannabis chocolate!

How to Make Homemade Cannabis Cookies

Who doesn’t love cookies? There are few things in this world as wonderful as the smell of freshly baked cookies. What makes them even more special? Add cannabis.

Today, we are going to combine cookies with another one of our favourite aromas – cannabis. 

Discover how to make delicious infused cannabis edibles, and let’s explore together the importance of decarboxylation and picking the right strain.

Without further ado, let’s get started!

Things to Know Before Cooking Cannabis Cookies

Before we get started on the actual baking, there are some important topics to discuss. First, we have to all get on the same page about picking your bud, determining how much to use, and what to do about decarboxylation. 

What is Decarboxylation?

Cannabis flower (dried flower, bud, marijuana) is filled with cannabinoids capable of beautiful things. That said, the majority of the cannabinoids inside your bud are in their inactive form. 

And by inactive, we mean that cannabinoids are not yet capable of acting on our endocannabinoid system. At least not in the way required to produce a cannabis high.

To help you understand, let’s focus on the primary cannabinoid behind the cannabis high, THC. Inside dried flower, what you find are Δ9-tetrahydrocannabinolic acid (THCA) compounds. 

After THCA is decarboxylated, it becomes THC and can potently target our cannabinoid receptors. It’s kind of like how you need to pop your popcorn before you can enjoy it.

What about CBD?

The story is similar for CBD, except without the high. Inside cannabis plant material, we find cannabidiolic acid (CBDA). 

After undergoing decarboxylation, these compounds convert to the more familiar CBD. While CBD does not make us feel high like THC, it affects our central nervous system when decarboxylated.

Practically speaking, you normally don’t need to worry much about decarbing when smoking, vaping, or dabbing. In all of these situations, the heat provided converts the acidic compounds into their active counterparts. 

That being said, if you want to make edibles, you will need to focus on decarboxylation. If you were to eat dried flower, the THCA compounds inside would not get you high. Only after the dried flower has been properly heated, the converted THC is ready to be enjoyed.

To decarb your cannabis, you can lay your bud on a baking sheet and place them in the oven. Here’s a good guide to decarboxylation to make sure you decarb your bud perfectly.

Picking the Perfect Strain

cannabis cookies recipe

Now that we understand why we will be decarbing our bud let’s take a step back. 

What cannabis strain should you use for making infused cookies? 

Picking the right strain is an important step. The quality of your starting material will impact the quality of the final edible product. Furthermore, the cannabinoids and terpenes inside your strain will be what end up in the edibles.

For advanced cannabis cooks, the precise terpene content and how it pairs with food is a big concern. It is incredible how infused foods can be paired, especially regarding the entire meal plan. 

You should also pay attention to the THC and CBD content of your starting cannabis strain. Keep your tolerance in mind, as well as those with whom you may share the cannabis edibles.

Finally, go with your gut when it comes to picking sativa, indica, or hybrid strains.

Generally, there is no best option. It is all about what you prefer. If you are a sativa person, go with a sativa strain. 

On the other hand, go with indica strains if you prefer the deep relaxation that follows. However, the type of strain you choose to use will largely have no effect on the end result as you’re ingesting the THC instead of smoking it. 

How Much Weed to Use

There are a lot of variables at play here. It depends on what you plan to do with your edibles and how long you want to store them. 

For example, when making cannabutter for your cannabis cookies, it is better to decarb and infuse a good amount at once and then use the cannabutter for several recipes. You can also freeze the infused butter until you are ready to use it.

If you’re seeking a dairy-free alternative, find an infused coconut oil recipe online. Cannabis-infused coconut oil goes perfectly with cookies, including peanut butter and sugar cookies. 

For more information, check out our article on how to make edibles such as cannabutter and cannaoil.

What You Need to Make Cannabis Cookies

how to make cannabis cookies

While nothing on this list is complicated, it’s what you’ll need. Thankfully you probably already have all of these things in your kitchen. Here is what supplies you’ll need to make this delicious recipe:

  • Bowls, small and large
  • Whisk
  • Cookie or baking sheet (baking tray)
  • Electric mixer (optional)
  • Oven
  • Parchment paper (optional)

Alright, got all of that? Now, let’s turn to the pot cookies themselves. Here is what you’ll need to make these incredible cannabis chocolate chip cookies:

  • 3 cups of flour (gluten-free alternatives can go here)
  • 2 eggs
  • 1-2 cups of chocolate chips
  • 1 cup cannabutter (or infused coconut oil for dairy-free)
  • 1 cup white or granulated sugar
  • 1 cup brown sugar
  • 2 tsp. vanilla extract
  • 1 tsp. baking soda
  • 2 tsp. hot water
  • 1/2 tsp. salt

There you have it! Now gather up all of your supplies and get ready to bake some awesome cannabis chocolate chip cookies.

How to Make Cannabis Chocolate Chip Cookies

Alright, now to the fun part. It’s time to make some cannabis chocolate chip cookies.

  • Start by preheating the oven to 350 degrees F or 175 degrees C.
  • Cream the cannabutter and sugars in one mixing bowl. Beat in the eggs, and then stir in the vanilla extract.
  • Dissolve the baking soda in hot water and add to the mixture in your bowl.
  • Grab your larger bowl, sift the flour and salt into it. Now, stir in the butter mixture from the first bowl. Add the chocolate chips.
  • Prepare the baking sheet with parchment paper. Taking large spoonfuls, scoop the cookie dough onto the paper. You’ll want 24 cookies evenly spaced apart (if you want to use a second cookie tray, then go for it).
  • Place in the oven for 10 minutes or until browned as you like it.
  • Let your weed cookies cool, and then enjoy moderately!

Try Sugar Jack’s Cookies

If you don’t want to make cookies or just don’t feel like making any treats today, save yourself some trouble and purchase our cookies instead. 

Our white chocolate macadamia nut cookies are packed with rich macadamia nuts and the perfect amount of white chocolate  – it’s the ideal balance of sweet and salty.

Each cookie is infused with premium THC distillate and offers a measurable and accurate dose of THC to ensure you medicate efficiently.

Looking to try even more cannabis goods? Check us out on our vendor’s website and give a try to our delicious cannabis-infused edibles.

Enjoy!

Cannabis Cookies – Sweet and Delicious

That wasn’t so hard, was it? Now you know how to make some wonderful cannabis chocolate chip cookies. 

Remember to pick the right strain, calculate the THC dosage, and decarb your bud before the actual baking process. And make sure to properly label and store these cannabis cookies to avoid accidental consumption, especially by children.

We hope you enjoy all the delicious weed cookies you can now make!

What are THC Drops? Can You Get High From Them?

If you find smoking or vaporizing cannabis unpleasant or harsh on the throat, liquid THC drops are one of the strongest and easiest options to get high and happy.

They’re commonly referred to as tinctures or oils and are essentially highly concentrated cannabis extracts. 

If you enjoy the effects of a high dosage of THC, the potency you’ll find from THC drops will deliver that kind of high. What’s more, they can even be a great addition to compliment a smoke session.

So, should you start taking THC drops? Do they deserve your attention? You can find the answers to all these questions and more right down below!

What are THC Drops?

thc drops bottle

THC drops are highly concentrated cannabis extracts that come in a liquid form. These carefully crafted products can have potency levels reaching upwards of 90 percent THC and are great for those looking to get a potent kick. 

Their simple dosing makes it easy to find a perfect amount to use, whether you require a strong dose or something on the lighter side.

Most cannabis tinctures are made in state-of-the-art laboratories by professionals. Still, they can also be made at home.

To make THC drops, crafters will use a pure alcohol base or oil for the extraction. First, cannabis flower is decarboxylated, or in other words, heated to activate the cannabinoids in the plant material and later soaked in high-grade alcohol of your choice.

After a few weeks, the cannabinoids will be extracted into the alcohol, and the plant material can be filtered out using a simple device such as a coffee filter.

Benefits of THC Drops

There are quite a few benefits to using THC drops over other cannabis products. Let’s cover some of them below.

Potency

This cannabis product is typically a high-potency item excellent for cannabis users with high tolerances or those who use the plant for medical purposes.

That being said, due to the typically highly concentrated levels of cannabinoids found in drops, it is paramount that you use this product carefully.

Discrete

THC drops are very easy to carry around in a small vial or bottle if you’re looking for something to take on the go.

They can easily be ingested by simply dropping them in your mouth or adding a few drops of THC into your drink.

Finally, they don’t carry much of a scent compared to smoking or vaping, making them a great product to help you stay under the radar.

Non-Smoking Option

Some people who use cannabis don’t like smoking and vaporizing or have conditions like asthma that make it impossible to medicate with cannabis. 

But, just like edibles, tinctures are a great way to get your dose of CBD or THC without needing to put any damage on your lungs or throat.

How to Use THC Drops

how to take thc drops

The key to using THC drops is to figure out your dosage before using them. Knowing how concentrated each drop is will help you figure out how much you want to take each time. 

It’s the same process as figuring out how many mg/ml of THC or CBD there is in the product. 

To find out the number of milligrams of CBD or THC in the entire container, you will divide that by the number of millilitres there are in total, giving the exact amount in each millilitre.

After figuring out how much you need to take, you will simply drop that amount under your tongue. No need to use any state of the art technology like you would with vaporizing or even smoking. Just place it under your tongue and wait for effects to kick into your system.

THC drops can also be taken by adding them to your drink of choice if you want a different way of using them than simply swallowing.

Do THC Drops Get You High?

Yes, THC drops will get you high. 

THC is the most common cannabinoid associated with cannabis, and when activated and consumed, it creates the psychoactive effects most people want out of cannabis. 

That being said, some people want the medical benefits of cannabis without the high, which would lead to searching out a product high in CBD instead of THC. 

In addition, you can find tinctures with mixtures of CBD and THC to create a balanced effect between the two cannabinoids.

THC Drops Alternatives

If you’re searching for an alternative to THC drops, there are plenty of options available. Let’s review some of them below.

Candies

One of the best alternatives to THC drops is taking an edible. Candies and other edibles can be made into highly potent products and allow consumers to use cannabis without smoking or vaporizing. 

Like tinctures, these products are also discrete to take in public, so if you are someone who wants to carry around edibles without getting caught, candies are a safe bet.

For instance, our Sugar Jack’s gummies look like your regular sweet candies. Made with flavourless THC distillate and delicious flavours, our gummies don’t produce a strong smell and can be enjoyed in public.

Vaping

If you want a quick onset time and still want to skip out on smoking, vaporizing is another alternative you can choose. Vaporizers are easy to carry on the go, and they are considerably less harsh on the throat than smoking. 

Whether you choose vaping dry herb or concentrates, you’ll also have complete control of the amount of CBD and THC in the product you are consuming as long as you pick the right strain and vaping item.

Smoking

While a less favourable alternative to THC drops, smoking is always a quick and easy option if you want to get high. 

It’s long been the most common way of consuming cannabis and likely always will be. 

That said, the discretion and negative aspects of smoking are significant when looking at alternatives to tinctures. Still, it is going to deliver the high you would be looking for from cannabis.

Final Thoughts

If you’re looking for something to take on the go, THC drops could be an option worth considering.

They are excellent for cannabis users with high tolerances and those who use the plant for medical purposes, easy to carry around and a great way to get your dose of CBD or THC without needing to put any damage on your lungs or throat.

That being said, if THC drops are not to your liking, Sugar Jack’s gummies can be a safe bet as well. Like tinctures, they are safe to take in public and can be carried around and used on the go.

Enjoy!

Edibles Dosing – 6 Tips & Tricks

Yes, we know. Edibles dosing is tricky. But can you resist delicious, mouth-watering marijuana brownies? Absolutely no! 

Edibles are cannabis-infused products that are almost everyone’s favourite. 

Edible forms of cannabis include various food products like gummies, lollipops, cookies, jellies, capsules and many more. They produce long-lasting effects, so their users become more fond of them. However, using cannabis-infused edibles can be tricky, and you may end up overdosing.  

But we have got your back!

In our guide, we will discuss the accurate dosing of edibles and how it differs from other consumption methods.

Let’s get started!

How Edibles Work in the Body

The active ingredient in cannabis that gets you high is THC. How your body metabolizes THC determines its psychoactive effects, meaning the onset of action and how long its effects last.

Edibles, for instance, are broken in the digestive system with the help of enzymes. First, they enter the liver for metabolism. Then, from the liver, they enter the bloodstream. Finally, THC travels in the blood and binds to its specific receptors to produce mind-elevating effects. 

This whole process of edibles digestion and cannabis supplying its effects takes about 30 minutes or more. For more information, check our guide, ‘How long for edibles to kick in?’

Edibles Versus Smoking Cannabis

Smoking cannabis is different from consuming edibles. When you smoke, cannabinoids such as THC and CBD pass from the lungs directly into the bloodstream, bypassing the digestive tract. 

Due to this process, the onset of action of THC occurs within a few minutes. 

That being said, experts believe that smoking cannabis may increase the risks of developing lung diseases, so marijuana edibles are a good alternative to smoking.

Why do Edibles Produce a Different High?

edibles dosing guide

Enter 11-Hydroxy-THC.

In the liver, the THC is metabolized into a different compound called 11-Hydroxy-THC. This byproduct can be ten times more psychoactive than smoking cannabis and often result in an intensified high.

Generally speaking, smoking half-gram cannabis is the equivalent of eating 10 mg of THC edible. According to research, 11-OH-Delta 9-tetrahydrocannabinol, a metabolite of tetrahydrocannabinol, produces a psychological high within 3 to 5 minutes with marked physiological effects like tachycardia.

Another reason is that the effects produced depend on the individual’s overall physiology and metabolism. For example, a person who hasn’t eaten anything for a few hours will experience comparatively stronger effects from eating cannabis than a smoker who inhales a few puffs of cannabis after a meal.

6 Tips to Nail Your Edibles Dosage

Determining the accurate dose is paramount for a good experience. 

Keep in mind that everyone responds differently to cannabis. It is because the physiology and sensitivity of the endocannabinoid system vary among the users. 

Now, let’s review some valuable tips which you can apply to make your cannabis experience more enjoyable.

Start with Small Doses – Less is More

For newcomers, it is imperative to take your cannabis products slowly. Be patient and wait for your edibles to kick in. 

Start with a low dose, and if you do not feel high, you can later ingest more edibles and increase the dose. 

The optimal amount of an edible is no more than 10mg of THC. You don’t need to take the whole brownie. Instead, take jellies or mints with milligrams mentioned on them.

Follow the Label Guidelines

Edibles from a licensed dispensary contain the dosage information and instructions for use. It is suggested to read the label carefully before consuming the product. 

Reading the label will help you to assess the appropriate dose that works for you. 

Deal Dry Mouth with Hydration

edible dosing tips

Cannabis produces a condition known as cottonmouth. In other words, regular users often feel thirsty without being dehydrated. 

Try to stay hydrated and well-nourished when consuming cannabis. It will also help to tone down any worse effects arising from cannabis consumption.

Taking Edibles on Empty Stomach

New users should avoid taking edibles on an empty stomach. It is because the psychoactive effects of THC are more pronounced, resulting in an uncomfortable high. 

Some individuals also report gastrointestinal disturbances while taking edibles on an empty stomach. 

That being said, small doses with meals are advised for a good experience with edibles.

Sublingual Consumption

If oral consumption is not possible due to any digestive abnormality, placing the product under the tongue can be an option.  The high vasculature under the tongue will help to absorb the product more quickly.

Find a Perfect Environment

Try to find a quiet and calm place to observe the effects. You can also ask your friend to look after you and discuss with them what to do if a bad trip happens.

All in all, try to remain calm and enjoy the experience. And remember, bad trips happen, which is why paying attention to dosage is important.

What to Do if You Eat Too Many Cannabis Edibles

Overdosing is the issue that occurs with regular users, not just the first-timers.  

If you have consumed too many edibles, you are likely to experience the effects of the high dose. Panic attacks, extreme paranoia and headaches are some of the symptoms of too much THC in the blood.

There isn’t any quick solution to reverse the effects. However, a few tips can help you to cope with the situation.

·  Take carbohydrates that are rich in sugar. They may help to hamper the side effects

·  Take a hot bath

·  Stay calm and try to sleep

·  Distract yourself by watching your favourite TV programs

·  Drink plenty of water

·  Try peppercorn balls

·  Lemonade counteracts the dehydrating effects

·  Remember that the effects are temporary and may disappear after a few hours

·  If none of the above works, consulting a doctor or pharmacist is suggested

Final Thoughts on Edibles Dosing

We hope that our guide gave you a better understanding of edibles dosing and what effects edibles produce.

Edibles have long been popular among cannabis users. They can provide long-lasting effects and are the best choice for people who do not like to smoke cannabis.

Next time you are trying edibles, observe how your body responds to edibles and feel the effects. Be patient and let your body adapt to it. Edibles are likely to give you desirable results if you are responsible for dosing.

And if you are looking for some delicious edibles to try, check out Sugar Jack’s massive selection of edibles on our vendor’s website. Made with Manuka honey and cane sugar, our edibles are great for those having a sweet tooth and looking to get a potent THC kick.

Enjoy!

Are Cannabis Drinks the Next Infused Edibles Hit?

Cannabis drinks are some of the most convenient ways to dose cannabis. They’re affordable, tasty, and you know exactly how much THC you’re taking! Not only that, but cannabis drinks also tend to have a shorter onset of effects compared to other forms of edibles

In spite of their benefits, many people are still hesitant to try them out or are just plain ignorant of their existence. 

So, do cannabis drinks deserve all their hoopla? Should you start drinking your weed instead of eating? You can find the answers to all these questions and more right down below! 

What are Cannabis Drinks? 

weed drinks

A cannabis drink is a beverage infused with THC or CBD found from cannabis plants, hemp plants, or both. Depending on the cannabinoid used to create the infusion, the drink may have varying effects. 

For instance, something infused with hemp will be more likely to help you relax, given the high concentration of cannabidiol (CBD). On the other hand, plant material with lots of THC will probably give you the “high” marijuana is known for. 

Because of these differences, cannabis-infused beverages have had many ceremonial and medicinal purposes for millennia. 

For example, consider the drink “bhang.” Communities in India have consumed bhang for thousands of years, especially during the religious spring festival, Holi. They make the drink by drying, grinding, and soaking most cannabis plant material 

The best bhang comes from female cannabis plants since these are known for having higher cannabinoid levels, particularly tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). (Cannabinoids are the chemical compounds in the plant.) 

Apart from its ceremonial uses, bhang is also a fundamental component of Ayurvedic medicine. Practitioners use it to heal various sicknesses and symptoms like nausea, vomiting, and pain. 

Today, cannabis-infused drinks vary much more widely and have made their way over to Western cultures. 

Admittedly, the market growth has been a bit slow in Canada. After all, the country only legalized cannabis-infused drinks in December 2019

In any case, people view cannabis drinks much more casually nowadays. Cannabis beverages are rarely treated with the same social significance in many places, and you can buy them easily at an online weed store or make them at home yourself! 

Plus, drinks with THC and CBD are excellent for symptomatic relief. Studies show that a 1:1  THC: CBD ratio helps soothe pain in patients with multiple sclerosis and protects nerve cells! 

What do Drinks Infused with Cannabis Taste Like? 

What your cannabis drink tastes like depends on its ingredients. Unlike traditional bhang, cannabis beverages today typically contain more elements than the plant material alone. For instance, you buy infused teas and sodas.

In some places, you might even be able to find tequila or vodka infuse cocktails – some companies even make cannabis-infused wine! IIn this case, your drink would taste like either of these spirits with just a hint of the earthy, grassy, oddly sweet flavour you’ve come to expect from cannabis. Just be careful to not get crossfaded

On the other hand, some cannabis products are heavily flavoured.

An infused sparkling water or tea might be naturally or artificially flavoured with fruits, sugar, or artificial flavouring. So, your drink might only taste fruity or another flavour the producer intended. Some companies have mastered the art of masking the cannabis flavour entirely. 

All this is to say that having cannabis in your drink does not necessarily dictate its taste. There are countless recipes for making beverages that can either hide or enhance the herb’s presence. 

Here are a few of our favourites for you to try and learn more about! 

How Strong are Cannabis Drinks? 

Like the taste, the strength of the cannabis beverage depends on how much THC has been infused. Since THC is fat-soluble, there needs to be at least one kind of “fat” inside the drink for it to properly bind. This fat can take the form of various food oils such as rapeseed that are infused with THC before being added to the drink. 

Companies that sell ready-to-drink cannabis beverages will have varying cannabinoid concentrations, ranging from 0.05-2 mg of  THC or 10-20 mg of CBD a can. Be sure to look at the label to ensure you’re not buying something too strong for you. 

Most dispensaries will offer drinks with a maximum THC content of 5mg to 10mg. However, you can find stronger weed drinks as well, with some offering 1000mg of THC per bottle! 

what are cannabis drinks

Obviously, this isn’t something you’d want to drink in one sitting, but you always have the choice of downing something a bit more potent if you’re looking for an extra kick! 

How do Cannabis Drinks Work? 

One of the biggest differences between cannabis edibles (which includes drinks) and herbal cannabis is how they behave in the body. 

When you ingest delta-9-THC (aka, THC), it goes through a process known as the “first-pass effect” in the liver. This mechanism breaks down THC, reducing the amount of the compound the body can use by the time it spreads through your system. 

This effect is mostly associated with the liver since that’s what scientists call a “major site of drug metabolism.” However, it can also happen in the lungs, blood vessels, intestines, and other tissues that can break the chemical down, or “metabolize” it. 

After delta-9-THC is metabolized, it becomes 11-Hydroxy-THC or 11-OH-THC. 11-OH-THC is a metabolite of THC created by the human liver it metabolizes cannabis. After its conversion, the metabolite travels to the brain. There, it can more easily penetrate the blood-brain barrier to work its effects.

In other words, it hits harder and way more easily. One of the main differences between 11-OH-THC and regular THC is that the former is magnitudes stronger than the latter.

This can be bad for drinks with THC. 

The effects can take a while to set in, so people might mistakenly drink too much, wondering why they’re not feeling anything. Eventually, it ends up in an overwhelming high – otherwise known as a green out.

On the other hand, some might appreciate the first-pass effect for medical reasons or when using CBD. 

Either way, exercise caution when consuming cannabis-infused drinks, especially if you’ve never eaten (or drank!) infused edibles. The heightened effects can interact with medications and may cause unexpected issues if you’re not careful! 

Medicating Made Easy

Cannabis drinks are an underappreciated segment of the cannabis market and for no good reason other than the fact that most people don’t know they exist! With that being said, cannabis drinks present an easy, accessible and quick way to medicate with cannabis. 

If regular edibles aren’t working for you, consider giving weed drinks a try! We personally think our edibles are better but hey, it’s a free country! 

Happy trails!

What Cannabis Milk is & How to Make Cannamilk

What goes better with a plate of Sugar Jack’s cookies than a cold and refreshing glass of cannabis milk? Cannabis milk, also known as cannamilk, is exactly what it sounds like. It’s milk that’s been infused with weed! 

Cannabis-infused dairy products aren’t a new invention. Bhang, a traditional Indian drink made by infusing weed paste with milk and other beverages, has been consumed for centuries. Hemp milk, an offshoot of cannabis milk made with hemp, is also consumed by holistic health circles worldwide for its myriad benefits. 

However, you can’t get high off it as you can with cannabis milk, which is the main objective anyway, right?

With that being said, let’s get into the meat of the matter: how to make cannabis milk with our 3 step cannabis milk recipe. Ready to get started? We are!

What is Cannabis Milk? What are the Benefits of Cannamilk?

Before we get into the recipe, let’s dive into the benefits of cannabis milk and the many ways you can use this dairy infusion! 

For starters, cannabis milk is extremely versatile. If you’re a cannabis chef or an infusion innovator, this cannamilk can be used to create everything from cannabis ice cream and mashed potatoes to weed smoothies and scrambled eggs! 

The best part? It only takes a maximum of two hours to create it! This means if you start cookin’ in the afternoon, you can have full cannabis spread by dinner time! 

Even if you don’t fancy yourself as a chef, cannabis milk can be drunk as is for a smooth and easy dosing experience. So without further ado, let’s learn how to make weed milk!

How to Make Cannabis Milk

Learning how to make cannabis milk is easy, but it’s important to keep the following tips in mind. 

Firstly, the cannabis decarboxylation step can be a pungent experience. While an essential step, the process could cause your house or dwelling to smell strongly of weed! Remember to check with your housemates, landlord, or community for the all-clear beforehand! 

What You’ll Need

  • One Ounce of Dried Cannabis
  • 4 Cups Whole Milk or High Fat Milk
  • Cheese Cloth, Coffee Filter or Fine Mesh Sieve

Cannamilk Instructions

  1. Start by decarboxylating your cannabis in an oven. Preheat your oven on low heat (240F/115C) and evenly spread coarsely ground cannabis over a sheet of aluminum foil. Allow your weed to bake for around 40 to 60 minutes, or until lightly golden-browned. If you have AVB on hand, you can skip this step entirely.  
  2. Place 4 cups of whole milk in a saucepan on low heat. Bring to a gentle simmer and stir in your AVB or decarboxylated weed. Gently simmer for 60 to 90 minutes while stirring continuously, making sure the mixture doesn’t come to a boil.
  3. Once the milk is infused, it should turn a light green or olive colour. Strain through a fine cheesecloth or similar sieve and allow your cannabis milk to cool.

Endless Possibilities with Cannamilk

Compared to the other cannabis infusions available today, cannabis milk is perhaps one of the most versatile. Able to be used in countless dishes, beverages, and desserts, weed milk can not only take your weed game to the next level, but it’ll also get you ridiculously high!

If you want to experiment with the recipe yourself, try replacing whole milk with another high-fat milk like coconut milk. THC needs fat to bind to, so any kind of milk or liquid with a high-fat content will work perfectly!

cookie and cannamilk

Or, if you really want to get blasted into space, try dunking a Sugar Jack’s Cookie into your infused milk! The taste (and high) will be incredible! However you choose to enjoy your cannabis milk, we hope that this article helped to inspire your inner chef. 

Happy baking!

How to Make Simple and Easy Weed Cookies at Home

Looking for a simple weed cookies recipe without too many fancy ingredients and complicated steps? We’ve got you covered!

Cannabis cookies are one of the easiest recipes you can make at home. They are sweet, delicious and can get you high and happy with almost no effort required.

35 minutes! That’s how much time you will need to prepare this sweet goodness (including 5 minutes to read this recipe).

So, are you ready to make some gooey, perfectly crispy and mouth-watering cannabis-infused cookies? We are!

But before we get started, let’s review some weed edible basics.

Before You Get Started Baking Pot Cookies

It’s not hard to cook with cannabis, but there are a few things you need to be aware of to achieve great results. Once you know them, you will be a baking aficionado ready to share their knowledge with other friends.

Here’re three things you need to know.

Decarboxylation

One of the important factors to know when cooking with cannabis is decarboxylation.

In other words, for your weed cookies to get you high, you first need to ‘activate’ the THC.

Decarboxylation does exactly that. This simple yet crucial process activates THC in your cannabis and gives your cookies their psychoactive effects. In order for any of your weed edibles to have an effect, the weed or weed infusion you plan on using must be decarboxylated beforehand. 

Here’s a detailed guide for you on decarboxylation and how to do it properly! 

Delayed Effect

Another crucial thing to consider is the onset time of edibles.

If you are a newbie with marijuana-infused foods, you may find it hard to know how much to dose before you start feeling the effects.

The answer is pretty simple. Start low and go slow!

Cannabis edibles, including weed cookies, are known for their delayed effect as well as a more powerful high compared to smoking or vaping. On average, they can take anywhere from 30 to 2 hours to kick in, with the high potentially lasting up to 8 hours.

More Powerful High

Cannabis edibles are known to produce a much stronger effect compared to other cannabis consumption methods. This is due to a little-known THC metabolite known as 11-OH-THC.

When cannabis edibles are digested, enzymes in the liver hydroxylate THC to 11-hydroxy tetrahydrocannabinol (11-OH-THC).  This metabolic byproduct is able to cross the blood-brain barrier more easily and, as a result, produces more powerful effects. This is why it’s so important to start low and take it slow before consuming more. 

If you are interested in learning more about this powerful metabolite, check out our guide to 11-OH-THC!

What You Need to Make Weed Cookies

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Now that you know what to expect from cannabis cookies and are excited to get to the actual process, here’s what you will need to get you started.

Ingredients Needed

  • 1 cup all-purpose flour
  • ½ teaspoon baking soda
  • ½ teaspoon baking powder
  • ½ teaspoon salt
  • ½ cup cannabis butter (room temperature) or cannabis oil (coconut oil is advised for its flavour and texture)
    • Note: Read our weed butter recipe to learn how to make it yourself
  • 1 cup white sugar or brown sugar
  • 1 large egg
  • ½ teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 1 cup chocolate chips

Equipment Needed

  • Parchment Paper
  • Whisk
  • Oven
  • Mixing Bowls
  • Baking Sheet

How to Make Weed Chocolate Chip Cookies Recipe in 8 Steps

Step 1. First, preheat your oven to 375° F (190 C).

Step2. Take the prepared bowl and mix together flour, baking soda, baking powder and salt. Set aside for now.

Step 3. When your decarboxylated cannabis butter is at room temperature, add sugar to the butter and cream them together in a bowl using a hand mixer until the mixture is light and fluffy.

Step 4. Take the egg and vanilla extract and beat them in the butter with a whisk.

Step 5. Finally, mix dry and wet ingredients together. Once the dough is formed, add the final ingredient, chocolate chips.

Step 6. Now, it’s time to bake your chocolate chip cookies. To do so, form 1 tablespoon-sized dough balls with your hands and space them evenly apart on the tray covered with parchment paper.

Step 7. Bake in the oven until your marijuana chocolate chip cookies are golden brown on top. Remove from the oven and let them cool for a few minutes before transferring to a cooling rack.

Step 8. And that’s it! Your cannabis-infused chocolate chip cookies are ready to be enjoyed.  Share them with your friends or keep them in the fridge until your next sesh. Bon appetit!

Weed Chocolate Chip Cookies – Sweet & Delicious

We told you! This cannabis cookie recipe is simple, sweet and delicious! The next time you are planning a fun sesh with your friends, show off and make some delicious homemade weed cookies to share.

You can also experiment with your cookie recipe and add an extra twist. Ingredients like peanut butter, honey, and sugar icing work wonders and can make your cookies even more appealing.

If you’re looking for an extra potent kick, you can try topping your biscuits with a few Sugar Jack’s gummies

Too lazy to make your own? Don’t want your kitchen to stink of weed? Visit our partner buy weed online vendor site to try our pre-made cannabis cookies!

Sugar Jacks offers various cannabis-infused edibles, from chocolate chip cookies and ginger molasses cookies to THC yogurt gummies and almond pecan cranberry squares.

Check us out on our vendor’s website and give a try to our delicious cannabis-infused goods.

Enjoy your sugar cookies!

Pot Brownie Recipe – How to Make Pot Brownies

Pot brownies are a classic among cannabis recipes. They are incredibly delicious, easy to make, and a great way to get high for those who don’t like smoking weed!

Making this chocolate goodness is almost a rite of passage in cannabis culture.

That said, if you don’t know how to make weed brownies, don’t sweat it!

Today, we’ll be outlining an easy-to-follow mouthwatering recipe for making cannabis brownies that will steal your heart and keep you coming back for more.

Aren’t you excited? Cause we are!

Read on to learn how to make your own pot brownies at home.

What You Need to Know Before Making Pot Brownies

Thought we were going to jump right into the recipe? Fooled you!

Jokes aside, before you start making weed brownies, there are a few things you need to know before trying your hand at homemade cannabis brownies.

Dosage is Important

When it comes to making edibles such as pot brownies, proper dosage is crucial. That said, you can’t just throw a batch of cannabis into your brownie and call it a day. Your weed infusion won’t turn out into a perfect mix of chocolate and sugar with the ideal THC dosage.

Cannabis strains vary in potency, with some being strong enough to cause a case of green out and others not being able to make tokers even slightly high.

Factors such as the THC vs CBD content and quality of your flower, as well as your endocannabinoid system, all influence the effect your cannabis brownie will have on you.

Ask your trusted budtender for more information about your cannabis strain. Those who want a milder experience might want to look out for strains with low THC and high CBD ratios.

Decarboxylation

Another important factor to consider when making cannabis-infused brownies is decarboxylation.

Decarba-what?

Basically, decarboxylation is the process of ‘activating’ the cannabinoids in your weed, specifically THC, to produce its psychoactive effects. For example, whenever you light your joint or vape your dry herb, you decarboxylate your cannabis.

Wondering how to decarboxylate cannabis to start cooking pot brownies?

Fortunately, it’s fairly simple.

To decarb your cannabis, all you need to do is break your nugs apart into smaller pieces and spread them out on a baking sheet. Once done, place your baking sheet in the oven for 30-45 minutes at 105°C (220°F) until they’re lightly browned. 

And voila – your weed is officially ready to be used and infused!

Alternatively, dry herb users can also use already vaped bud (AVB) to cook with. AVB has already been decarboxylated by the vaporization process but still packs a potent punch of THC. If you don’t want to infuse your oil with AVB, try using it as a crunchy topping for your brownies instead! 

Be Patient

Cannabis edibles usually take an hour or two before they kick in. This happens because your digestive tract and liver need time to process edibles and convert THC into 11-​hydroxy-THC. This metabolite of THC is the reason why edibles hit harder and longer than traditional forms of THC consumption. 

When ingesting pot brownies, wait for an hour or two before the effects kick in. While the effects of edibles are delayed, they will be felt stronger and last longer.

Varying from person to person, they usually last 6 to 8 hours or more.

For more information on how long does weed last and the duration of effects, check our guide!

How to Make Pot Brownies

making pot brownies

Now that we’ve covered what you need to know before making pot brownies, it’s time actually to start making them.

Are you drooling? Yes? Great!

Here’s what you will need to get you started:

  • ½ cup of canna-butter
  • 2 large eggs
  • ½ cup of cocoa powder
  • ½ cup of all-purpose flour
  • ¼ teaspoon of salt
  • ¼ teaspoon baking powder
  • 1 cup of white or brown sugar
  • 1 teaspoon of vanilla extract
  • Toppings (chocolate chips, ice cream)

To make things easier, you can also use a pre-made brownie mix from the store. Just swap the regular butter called in the recipe for your canna-butter.

How to Make Cannabutter

Cannabis butter is an important staple for many cannabis recipes. What’s more, it can be easily stored in your fridge and used anywhere fat is called for in a recipe. Convenient, right?

Besides, making cannabis butter isn’t tricky. All you need is a few household kitchen appliances, quality cannabis and around 2-3 hours of your time.

Try our recipe to create your own weed butter for DIY edibles.

Pot Brownie Recipe

Have you assembled your ingredients? Great! It’s time to start baking.

  • First, preheat your oven to 350 F (175 degrees Celsius).
  • Grease your baking pan with regular butter to prevent your brownies from sticking.
  • Next, you will need to melt your cannabutter in a large saucepan until it’s liquid.
  • Remove the saucepan from the heat. Add 1 cup sugar, 2 large eggs, cocoa powder, flour, salt, baking powder, sugar and vanilla extract to the mixing bowl and whisk to blend all the ingredients together.
  • Mix evenly to ensure an even spread of cannabis throughout the recipe.
  • Pour the mixture into the greased pan, spreading evenly. Place the pan in the oven and bake it for 25-30 minutes. To make sure your concoction is ready, insert a toothpick in the brownies and wait for it to come out clean.
  • Remove your pot brownies from the oven and allow them to cool in the pan before cutting them into equal pieces.
  • Enjoy!

Pot Brownies – Delicious & Easy Peasy to Make

There you have it! Your easy-to-follow weed brownies recipe.

When ingesting pot brownies, remember that cannabis edibles hit differently and take more time to kick in. To avoid unsavoury scenarios such as a green out, be sure to start low, go slow, and wait. It’s crucial to be patient when taking edibles.

That said, there are other ways to ensure that you are getting an accurate dose of THC and still satisfying your sweet tooth!

At Sugar Jacks’, our edible offerings include a myriad of chewy gummies, decadent chocolates and delicious cookies that are each individually dosed to contain the same amount of THC. Made with nano emulsified THC, naturally sourced cane sugar and manuka honey from New Zealand, our gummies are a naturally sweet choice for any occasion.

Visit our partner vendor buy weed online site and discover our other delicious edible offerings!

Cheers!

Beat the Summer Heat with These Cannabis Ice Cream Recipes

Summer is finally within our reach, and what better way to commemorate the occasion than with some delicious cannabis ice cream!

A generous scoop of regular ice cream is already pretty excellent, but the incorporation of cannabis makes the deal that much sweeter. We guarantee that you will find cannabis-infused ice cream incredibly hard to resist!

Today, we’re outlining an easy-to-follow yet delectably delicious recipe for making cannabis-infused ice cream to help beat the summer heat.

By the end of this article, you’ll be singing, “I scream, you scream, we all scream for weed ice cream!”

Things to Consider Before Starting the Cannabis Ice Cream Recipe

Before getting to the good part, we first have to lay a few ground rules to ensure that this procedure is carried out effectively.

Namely, to produce the desired effects for the cannabis ice cream, which, on top of cooling you down, is supplying the righteous reefer effects, you need to perform decarboxylation. The word is scary, but don’t worry, we’ll walk you through it.

While decarboxylation may seem like a daunting and complex process, it’s actually incredibly straightforward.

Essentially, decarboxylation is the process of ‘activating’ the cannabinoids, specifically THC, in weed to produce its psychoactive effects. You’ve likely conducted it before without realizing it. That’s because the primary facilitator of this process is exposing the cannabis to heat.

So, if you’ve ever smoked a joint, you’ve decarboxylated your weed. The process itself performs the act of converting the THCA, the non-psychoactive acid form of THC present in raw cannabis, to its co-cannabinoid, THC, by removing an extra carboxyl ring (COOH).

Don’t worry. We aren’t going to bore you with all the chemistry-related details. All you need to know is that decarboxylation is necessary to give your cannabis-infused ice cream that little extra sweetness!

How to Decarboxylate Cannabis

cannabis decarboxylation

As we said, the decarboxylation process is incredibly straightforward; if you aren’t sure how, no worries! We’ll walk you through it.

To decarboxylate your weed, simply break your nugs apart into smaller pieces and spread them out on a parchment-paper-lined baking sheet. Be sure to preheat your oven to 105°C (220°F)  before you do so.

Bake these broken-apart nugs in the oven for between 30-45 minutes, depending on the density and thickness of the cannabis. Once the moisture has evaporated from the buds and they’ve been in for the allotted time, you can take them out and either store them or use them to make edibles.

In this case, your weed is now officially ready to be added to ice cream!

For more information on decarboxylation, be sure to check out our comprehensive guide.

How to Make Cannabis Ice Cream

Now for the main event! Hooray! It’s time to actually make cannabis ice cream.

First and foremost, we’re going to start with the basic principles of making straight-up cannabis ice cream. A little later on, we’ll expand on how you can customize this recipe to suit your specific flavour preferences.

Here’s What You’ll Need:

  • 2.5-3 grams of decarboxylated cannabis (doses may vary based on tolerance, pick your strain of choice)
  • 500ml of heavy cream
  • 2 tablespoons of butter
  • 75 grams of sugar (or a healthy alternative sweetener of your choosing)
  • 2 ripe bananas
  • A pinch of salt
  • 3 tablespoons of rum and honey
  • One large saucepan
  • A whisk
  • A bowl/plate
  • A weed grinder
  • A freezer container to store the weed ice cream

Here’s What to Do:

  1. Place the saucepan on the stove on medium heat and add in your heavy cream. Be sure to keep an eye on the flame to prevent it from burning.
  2. Consistently stir the cream for a few minutes.
  3. Add in your butter, salt, and sugar into the same saucepan. Don’t stop stirring!
  4. Once the mixture is well-blended, you can add in the cannabis. Use a weed grinder to break apart the already-decarboxylated buds, and add them into the mixture in the saucepan.
  5. As the mixture heats on the side, cut up the bananas into a bowl/plate and mash them up with a fork.
  6. Add the mashed banana, honey, and rum to the mixture and stir continuously.
  7. Pour the mixture into the freezer container, and, voila! That’s it! Be sure that the container you’re using can accommodate a good scoop of ice cream.

Ice Cream Variations

Once you’ve got the basic recipe down, you can have fun experimenting with different flavour variations. These will likely vary based on if you have certain ingredients or not, but the beauty of the original recipe is that it’s incredibly versatile.

Below, we’ll outline three easy examples for switching things up.

Chocolate Cannabis Ice Cream

chocolate cannabis ice cream

Are you ready for round two? Excellent! This one goes out to all you chocolate lovers out there. Here’s how to make a chocolate ice cream recipe that will have everyone asking for more!

Here’s What You’ll Need:

  • 3-3.5 grams of cannabis (decarboxylated)
  • 1/4 cup coconut oil
  • 3/4 cup sugar
  • 1 cup of milk
  • A pinch of salt
  • 2 tablespoons of cocoa powder (unsweetened)
  • 55 grams of chocolate (semisweet)
  • 2 cups heavy cream
  • 3 egg yolks
  • One large saucepan
  • A whisk
  • A bowl/plate
  • A freezer container to store the weed ice cream
  • Cheesecloth, filter or strainer

Here’s What to Do:

  1. Combine the decarboxylated cannabis, oil, sugar, milk, cocoa powder and salt into a saucepan over medium heat. Be sure to stir continuously.
  2. When all the ingredients are well-mixed, filter the mixture through the cheesecloth or strainer, allowing everything to come through the other side.
  3. Pour the strained liquid back into the saucepan, and place it on simmer. In a small bowl, add the egg yolk and whisk lightly. Add roughly half of the hot mixture and stir it for a few seconds before adding it back into the saucepan.
  4. At this point, the mixture should start to thicken. However, be careful not to boil it! Remove it from the heat and add in the semisweet chocolate after chopping them up.
  5. Pour the combination of ingredients into a chilled bowl and refrigerate for a minimum of 2-3 hours.
  6. After the necessary time has passed, add the heavy cream and stir it into the cooled-down mixture.
  7. Pour this into the ice cream maker, and freeze the result.

Strawberry Cannabis Ice Cream

Round three, here we go! Who doesn’t love a refreshing strawberry?

Here’s What You’ll Need:

  • 2-2.5 grams of decarboxylated cannabis
  • 2 cups of diced strawberries
  • 1 cup of sugar
  • 2 cups of heavy cream
  • 1/2 teaspoon of vanilla
  • A pinch of salt

Here’s What to Do:

  1. Add your decarboxylated weed and milk into a saucepan and allow the mixture to heat for 60-90 minutes on low heat. The ideal heat to maintain would be 46°C/115°F. Be sure to watch that the mix doesn’t boil.
  2. Add the diced strawberries into a bowl with 1/2 cup of sugar and allow this mix to sit.
  3. Combine the strawberry-sugar mix with the heavy cream, vanilla, salt, and the rest of the sugar. To this mix, add the milk and cannabis mixture and slowly combine it all into a thick paste.
  4. Pour this into the ice cream maker and freeze the end result.

Banana Split

You’re never too old for a banana split! The beauty of this last recipe is that it is entirely customizable. No matter whether you choose the original recipe, chocolate, strawberry or classic vanilla ice cream as your base, the fun of a banana split is making it your own!

Of course, no banana split is complete without some delicious toppings. So, be sure to grab your favourite chocolate, caramel or strawberry sauce and whipped cream to top it all off.

Additionally, if we may be so bold, Sugar Jack’s edibles make an excellent addition to this cool and creamy treat.

Sugar Jack’s offers a wide range of edible options to help take your banana split to the next level. Whether you want to add in some playful sweet or sour gummies or go the classic cookie route, we have a wide assortment of options to suit every sweet tooth!

Cannabis-Infused Ice Cream – A Childhood Treat That’s Just for Grown-Ups!

There you have it! Several different variations of taking a beloved childhood sweet treat from your favourite summer memories and adding a fun adult spin on it.

However, be sure to keep your dosage levels in check to avoid some unsavoury scenarios, such as a green out! It’s also important to remember that edibles hit and are metabolized differently, which is also crucial to consider when making your own.

Cannabis ice cream is a fun-loving idea that’s easy to make to satisfy both your sweet tooth and your THC fix.

Which flavour will you try first? Let us know!

Best Edibles Canada – Top 3 Most Potent and Affordable Edibles

Finding the best edibles in Canada is a challenging task. Between low-quality fakes and the potent yet expensive gummies at your local government dispensary, there aren’t many options available if you want an edible that’s affordable, delicious and potent.

Fortunately, there’s Sugar Jack’s! 

We don’t want to toot our horn too much, but if you’re looking for the best edibles around, you’ve found it. 

Unlike other edible makers out there, we pride ourselves on using pure, completely natural ingredients as well as nano emulsified THC. All of our delicious nano gummies and edibles are made with imported Manuka Honey, sweetened with natural cane sugar and dosed with nano emulsified THC! 

Each edible is formulated to be naturally delicious as well as incredibly potent! Unlike traditional edibles, which can take up to an hour or more to kick in, our nano gummies and edibles work twice as fast to medicate faster. 

In addition to kicking in faster, our infused treats are also infused with a hefty dose of THC! 

Every package of edibles is infused with 200mg of THC. Our edibles are 20x more potent than edibles available at government dispensaries, which are capped at 10mg of THC per package! Be prepared to spend a lot at your local government dispensary if you’re looking for potency!

Fortunately, all of our edibles are available for purchase at our partner buy weed online vendor. Just check out their “edibles” section and click on Sugar Jack’s under “vendors!”

If you don’t want to waste time browsing and just want to get your hands on Canada’s best edibles, here are 3 of our top favourites to help you decide!

Best Edibles Canada – 3 Best Weed Edibles

Sugar Jack’s 2000mg THC Assorted Gummies

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You can’t go wrong with a classic! Our delicious candy-shop-inspired gummies are where it all began. 

Infused candies are a win no matter who you ask, but the spark of inspiration and creativity was lost somewhere along the way. We were tired of weed gummies that lacked ‘fun’ character. It was challenging to find infused gummy creators that wanted to break out of the habit of infusing regular candy with THC. 

Don’t get us wrong, Sour Suckers and Cola Bottles are some of our favourite candies, but not our favourite edibles! 

However, without many unique, handcrafted edibles available for purchase, we took it upon ourselves to create our own! 

They’re available in 11 delicious flavours, including

  • Lemon;
  • Cola;
  • Mango;
  • Grape;
  • Orange;
  • Strawberry;
  • Lime;
  • Watermelon;
  • Blue Raspberry;
  • Root Beer;
  • and Pineapple.

With so many flavours available in fun, candy-shop shapes, it’s hard not to have a good time with Sugar Jack’s edibles! Each package contains ten gummies infused with 20mg of THC each, so you’ll know precisely how large of a dose you’re taking. 

If you’re looking for the best edibles in Canada, you’ve found them right here! 

Sugar Jack’s 300mg High Dose Peachy Bears

Edibles hit everyone differently. Others might have a low tolerance for edibles, while others might have an insanely high one. These high-dose gummies are specifically created for the latter!

Gummy bears are timeless and we wanted to pay homage the Sugar Jack’s way! Sugar jacks 300mg High Dose Peachy Bears are ‘un-bear-ably’ delicious. With 30mg of THC per bear and 300mg of THC in total per package, these gummies are a definite contender for the strongest edibles Canada

Sugar Jack’s 500mg THC Chocolate Bars

Who doesn’t love chocolate? A sweet treat enjoyed by countless people worldwide and used as a medicine by many more throughout history, chocolate is one confection we knew we had to make! 

At 33mg of THC per square, with 15 squares adding up to 500mg of THC per package, our infused chocolate bars pack a potent punch! Made with Belgian’s finest chocolate and natural cocoa powder, our chocolate bars are available in 5 delicious flavours to suit your sweet tooth. 

Sugar Jack’s 500mg THC Chocolate Bars are available in:

  • White Chocolate & Praline;
  • Milk Chocolate;
  • Mint Dark Chocolate;
  • Raspberries & Cream;
  • Japanese Matcha Ice Cream;

With so many flavours to choose from, it’s hard just to pick one! Get yours today from our buy weed online vendor! 

Final Thoughts for Best Edibles Canada 

Enjoyers of edibles and other infused treats have more variety than ever. However, is more really better? With so many poor options available, picking the best edibles to enjoy is challenging, especially if you’re looking for something affordable and natural!

Hopefully, after reading our picks for the best edibles in Canada, you can better understand what to look out for when purchasing your edibles.

Want to learn more about edibles? Curious about how to dose them? You might be interested in these articles!