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5 Infused CBD Edibles you'll enjoy

August 13, 2022 4 min read

5 Infused CBD Edibles you'll enjoy

5 Infused CBD Edibles you'll enjoy

If you're looking for some relief from pain and anxiety through CBD edibles, you've probably heard that plenty of options are available. But not all edibles are created equal. When dealing with edibles containing CBD oil, there are even more factors to consider than purchasing any other food or beverage in a local grocery store.

This article will emphasize infusing CBD into edibles. The benefits of CBD edibles are also covered to help any CBD user with basic information when infusing edibles with CBD (or any other type of oil). Suppose you're curious about learning more about CBD and its effects on the body, review on proven benefits of CBD oil for pain management.

Gummies

Sometimes the bitter taste of CBD might get in the way of us enjoying the magic that comes with CBD products. Sometimes products such as tinctures might have a bitter taste that might be too much for others to handle. That is why some opt for CBD products such as gummies that might have an amazing taste that will help counter the bitter taste of cannabis products.

Gummies are candies made with CBD oils and are a great way of enjoying CBD's benefits in the discreet of the sweet tastes of CBD products. What makes them so special is that, unlike other products, they can not only serve as a medicinal alternative but also as a great-tasting candy. Because of this, it won't be odd if you keep eating one after another because of its good taste; if you enjoy the taste of candy, then CBD gummies are a great way to use CBD products.

Lollipops

Lollipops are a great first step into cannabis edibles. They're easy to dose. These suckers aren't hard to consume by any means, and you won't have to deal with a strong taste like you would with some other edibles. And since there is no real taste to get in your way, you can use pretty much any extract as flavoring—be it CO2 oil or ethanol-based tincture. They look like candy, so if (or when) kids find them in a desk drawer or backpack, they won't realize what they are until it's too late. You, however, must be careful to store these CBD products from kids if you care about the kids eating all your sweet candy.

Faraone et al. (2021) also commented that the great news is that you can find this unique type of CBD product in many flavors and pick and choose your favorite. These lollipops are even sugarless, allowing you to enjoy CBD's advantages without worrying about increasing sugar levels.

Caramels

With a name like caramels, it would be easy to assume that these treats are sweet and delicious; however, these caramels are also infused with cannabis. They can be enjoyed anytime with a fresh chewable texture and caramel-like flavor. The sweet treat can last up to 4 hours before wearing off, giving you plenty of time to enjoy your high.

Chocolate Bars

Have you ever tried a chocolate bar that tastes as delicious as it is for your health? You can if you eat and love these products. A few brands of chocolate bars have infused them with cannabidiol (CBD), which is a great non-psychoactive product from hemp. Chocolate bars are an amazing way to gift a loved one and show them how much you care about them. These chocolate bars will make you yearn for more from each bite. So be careful and check your chocolate bar meter to ensure you don't lose yourself in the sweet tastes of these CBD edibles. As sweet as these chocolate bars get, keep in mind your dosage.

Baked Goods

Lindsay et al. (2021) stated that from cakes to brownies, baked goods are an amazing way to turn up the heat when CBD edibles are concerned. Enjoy an amazing taste of your favorite bites, only cooler when you include CBD. Remember that not all cannabidiol products are created equal when looking for good infused baked products. Lemus-Mondaca et al. (2012) commented that these baked foods are both sweet and

A dozen recipes out there will give you a variety of choices when it comes to the flavor and texture of edibles. Pick your favorite and fuse it into your mix; the main deal is that you can flex these recipes to what fits you most.

Other Types Of CBD Edibles

The best thing about CBD edibles is that they can be infused into many favorite meals. The list above contains a few forms of CBD edibles, but there are more forms. Research for more recipes to keep up with CBD edibles use. You can even include them in other foods that may prelude the main meal, such as salads, guacamole, and your favorite pasta.

You can choose to spice things up and infuse CBD into your juices, water, or beer. These beverages are common when you want to enjoy a good time relaxing from a long day at work. However, more research still needs to be done to understand these CBD beverages' impact fully. Cooke (2019) noted that their amazing properties of calmness are outstanding due to the adaptogens in some beverages.

Conclusion

There are several ways to consume CBD through your favorite foods. The best thing is that most of these CBD edibles come in a wide range of flavors, allowing you to try different flavors. Whether as a beginner to CBD products or already a regular user of CBD products, CBD edibles are a great way to enjoy each magical effect of CBD. There is always a limit to consuming these products, so however sweet they might seem to be, never overdose.

References               

Cooke, J. (2019). Cannabis Overview. Endocrine.

Faraone, N., Hillier, N. K., & Mcsweeney, M. B. (2021). A Preliminary Investigation Into Participants' Reactions To A Sensory Trial Investigating A Cannabis Edible. Journal Of Sensory Studies, 36(1), E12624.

Lemus-Mondaca, R., Vega-Gálvez, A., Zura-Bravo, L., & Ah-Hen, K. (2012). Stevia Rebaudiana Bertoni, Source Of A High-Potency Natural Sweetener: A Comprehensive Review On The Biochemical, Nutritional And Functional Aspects. Food Chemistry, 132(3), 1121-1132.

Lindsay, C. M., Abel, W. D., Jones-Edwards, E. E., Brown, P. D., Bernard, K. K., & Taylor, T. T. (2021). Form And Content Of Jamaican Cannabis Edibles. Journal Of Cannabis Research, 3(1), 1-12.