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The D9 + CBD Chocolate Bars - 300mg - 2 Flavors from CannaAid each have 12 servings of potent delta-9 THC and therapeutic CBD, in two favorite flavors. These chocolate bar edibles feature great ingredients, flavors and potency! Not to be taken lightly by newcomers to cannabis use!
These chocolate bars each feature 300mg total cannabinoids. Delta-9 THC and CBD are in an equal 1:1 ratio, so every bar has a total of 150mg each of D9THC and CBD. So, these edibles are strong enough for experienced users to enjoy and share in an altered morning, afternoon or evening.
ALLERGY WARNING: These edibles were made with machines that also process tree nuts, peanutes, wheat, sesame, milk, egg and soy.
Each type of Apotheca chocolate bar features premium organic ingredients and are gluten free! Plus, you have your choice in fantastic flavors too!\
Milk Chocolate: chocolate cocoa butter, coconut palm sugar, coconut oil, full spectrum hemp extract.
Dark Chocolate: chocolate cocoa butter, coconut palm sugar, coconut oil, full spectrum hemp extract.
It is always recommended with edibles (especially for newcomers) to start low and go slow. Each bar has 12 segments. Each of those pieces has 12.5mg CBD and D9THC each. CannaAid advises no more than ½ piece to guage the effects, before dosing more. Wait at least 1 hour
The labels say to consume only 1 square of the chocolate (which is one serving) and wait at least 6 hours to judge tolerance before eating any more. Each square has 12.5mg of D9THC for a total of 150mg per 12pc chocolate bar.
Each person is different depending on metabolism, tolerance and numerous other factors. A dose that's strong enough for one person may be too weak for another.
Cannabis has many new users, both medically and recreationally, for good reasons. While we are still learning about this amazing plant, what we do know for sure is important.
For example, the cannabinoid cannabidiol (CBD) is part of a full spectrum of chemical compounds in cannabis. CBD has known antinflammatory, analgesic, anti-seizure properties. D9THC also has unique properties, the main one is euphoria.
Cannabis has thousands of years of recreational and medical uses, as shown in countless anecdotal evidences. It is used medically to treat everything from chronic pain to anxiety, insomnia to narcolepsy, depression and anxiety, and beyond! And now, with the innovations in the hemp-derived cannabinoid industry, there are numerous ways to include cannabis safely in your lifestyle.
Cannabis can be smoked, vaporized (heated without combustion to release active ingredients without combustion), consumed in an edible like gummies, chocolates and even ice cream!
Hemp-derived delta-9 THC has the same psychotropic potency as its close cousins from cannabis in fully legal states. If you're looking for something mellow, but still potent enough to be considered "high," then hemp-derived delta-9 might just be your new favorite cannabinoid!
Delta-9 THC users report pervasive body sensations, relaxation and energetic waves. Delta-9 THC contains properties that may help reduce stress and tension, stimulate appetite and reduce nausea, according to research.
So, our bodies have CB1 and CB2 receptors to transfer these compounds where needed. The type of receptor a compound latches onto determines which part of the body is affected.
CB1 receptors affect the central nervous system and are how THC gets people high. But, like a key to the wrong lock- CBD cannot use CB1 receptors. Instead the CB2 receptor matches the CBD key, and these cells are found primarily in the immune system.
CBD works with all other cannabinoids from the hemp plant in an 'enourage effect.' Together, these compounds are stronger than the sum of their parts, because they boost strengths and mitigate weaknesses among themselves.
So, as an example, CBD can help with any anxiety caused by THC, which, in turn, can make CBD more effective by relaxing the body.