An assortment of chocolate and gummy edibles.



It’s high time you treat yourself. Chocolates, cookies, teas, and even gummies that raise the bar on snacks.

Edible mints on a tray.

No smoking required.

Edibles are perfect for when you want a sustained, smoke-free high.

Edible cookies on a plate.

Start low & go slow.

The effects of an edible may take a while to kick in, so eat a little at a time, then wait to see how it affects you.

A bunch of baked goods, mints, and other edibles.

Choose your own adventure.

A splendid sunny afternoon or an idling mellow morning? Different cannabis strains tend to produce distinct effects.

For energy and excitement, snag a Sativa. To tune out and turn off, try an Indica. For a balanced high, have a hybrid. If you don’t want to get high and just need some anxiety or pain relief, try a CBD.

A weed leaf.

A quick refresher on THC vs. CBD.

THC, short for tetrahydrocannabinol, is the most well known chemical compound in cannabis. It’s the psychoactive component that creates a euphoric high, helps ease pain, and encourages relaxation.

Cannabidiol, better known as CBD, is a non-psychoactive compound also found in cannabis. It has many therapeutic benefits like helping to reduce inflammation and anxiety, but it won’t get you high.

A shadow of a plant.