Dose: 3.7mg of THC per tablet (30 tablets per package)
As if Steve Jobs had hotboxed his Fiat and decided to turn from computing to cannabis, Dosist’s line of products sport a sleek, minimalist Apple-ish design with accessibly spelled-out effects, the newly-launched Dose Dial being no exception. Having built a reputation for precision dosing, the pocket-sized Dial dispenses a single peppermint tablet -- available in either their THC-heavy Bliss or CBD-heavy Calm formulations -- with the push of a button, providing a uniform dosage of 3.7mg. A solid gift option for someone who’s a medicator looking for innocuous packaging or is just worried about avoiding a bad edibles experience.
Dose: 20mg CBD per gumdrop (9 gumdrops per package)
OK Boomers, we know that today’s potent weed is not the jazz cabbage of your youth and we know that “everything is CBD now.” But in a pleasant nod to old tyme candies, Lord Jones hand-made luxury gumdrops are pristinely packaged, making for a stylish stocking stuffer. Since they’re CBD-only, consuming will queue you up for a relatively chill yet functional experience rather than being zonked out.
Dose: 50mg THC per cookie
The only thing better than holiday cookies has to be holiday cookies… on weed. She Don’t Know’s snickerdoodles are among the Northwest’s best baked goods, especially for those with a high tolerance. The health-conscious cookies are made in a gluten-free kitchen from a recipe with local milled flour and Darigold butter that foregoes preservatives, corn syrup, or dyes.
Dose: 10mg THC per gummy (10 gummies per package)
Availability: Arizona, California, Colorado, Illinois, Michigan, Ohio, and Oregon
As potent as they are delicious, Wana’s all-natural sour gummies -- in a variety pack of flavors like grape, raspberry, lemon, green apple, and orange -- are an ideal balance of sweet and tart. The Boulder-based edibles are the brainchild of entrepreneur Nancy Whiteman, who moved from running a marketing consultancy to a marijuana startup in 2010 to running one of the industry’s most dominant cannabis brands.
Dose: 10mg THC per slip (10 slips per package)
Discretion and fast activation are the main draws for Kin Slips sublinguals (Latinspeak for “taken under the tongue”). The paper-thin packets make for a travel-friendly edible that can easily be stashed in a purse or wallet. While there is full product and dosing information on the main packaging, there’s no reference to cannabis or THC on the individually-packaged slips, so any nosy narcs who happen upon your stash will be none-the-wiser.