Six affordable edibles are among the favorites of Washington budtenders
One issue with marijuana edibles, given that it is still a relatively young industry, is that prices can be a little over the top. For a once-a-month consumer, the cost may not be prohibitive, but for those that enjoy edibles on a regular basis, costs can be an issue. Fortunately, there are a number of low-cost alternatives that will please the palate, as well as the wallet.
Goodship’s Malted Milkshake Tokens are a favorite among budtenders. A 10-piece bag will give 100mg of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) surrounded by chocolate that is bursting with flavor.
Smokiez Edibles’ Fruit Chews are another popular, low-cost option. They come in a variety of flavors – sour watermelon, blue raspberry, blackberry and more – and provide 100mg of THC per pack.
Rainbow Belts by FlavInc come in two different-sized packaged, 100mg or 250mg. They are said to be comparable to Airheads Sour Belts, but with an extra kick.
The Munchies Pack offered by Journeyman are a perfect solution and offer a variety of flavors in a single bag. The Triple Chocolate, Peanut Butter and Snickerdoodle cookies are not only delicious, but they also provide 100mg of THC.
The original marijuana edible, the brownie, has been perfected by Magic Kitchen. The cannabis connoisseurs at the company have created the Ultimate Fudge Brownies, which provide 100mg of THC at a price that is as sweet as the brownies themselves.
If you need an alternative to edibles, Verdelux offers a range of hard candies that are the perfect solution. Illuminations are available in grape, cherry, lime, peach, lemon mint, among others, and each candy contains 10mg of THC. They are also gluten-free and are made with organic cane sugar.