The Cannabis Post


#101

I love snickerdoodles. Do you keep track of your dosage when you have snacks like that? So you pretty much know how many mg of THC you can handle and what not?


#102

Perhaps “migs per kig” (mg/kg)? I’m also curious.


#103

If Rym doesn’t die skiing, then those are going to do it for sure.


#104

Most certainly. I mean it’s cookie that literally gives you the munchies, for more cookies that give you the munchies.


#105

Standard dose is 10mg. Half dose is 5mg. Edibles are regulated and subdivideable into chunks of 5 or 10.

You keep exact track of how much you ate and plan accordingly.


#106

Yeah I remember going into a store and buying these lozenges and he was joking about keeping them out of reach for when you get high and you think they’re candy. First off I’ve never been so high I forgot that the items in the box I bought contained THC. Secondly. The packaging on every edible I’ve had has been a fucking pain in the ass to get open if you don’t have a pair of scissors handy.


#107

Definitely not as soft as Goodship Co, but really good with the CBD. And what Rym says about the dosage. 10mg is standard. The most I had in a sitting is 20mg, but 10mg is good for at least 3-5 hours.

And yes, making sure I have other snacks handy is important. Naturebox/Trader Joe’s snacks are my go-tos. And yes, the thick plastic packaging does prevent eating too much.


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#111

TIL


#112

In the UK and Germany, it is very rarely called marijuana. I have a feeling it’s because nobody is sure how to spell it.


#113

#114

Merry Dankmas and happy 4/20 everyone. May Snoop Dogg bless you with dank kush and kind highs if that’s your thing.


#115

Seattle. Expensive to live, but still trying to do right.


#116

#117

That won’t happen at the VA anytime soon. But it’s a step towards it.


#118

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#120

PSA: If you want weed, only get the real stuff. Accept no substitutes, or this could happen to you.

It’s not just New York. It’s being sold in four other states as well.