For those of us who don’t (yet) live in a state that legally sells THC edibles, or who prefer to stick with CBD alone, we have this guide. In addition to that all-important dosing info, Portland-based cannabis writer Janelle Lasalle walks us through full-spectrum vs. isolate, hemp vs. hemp oil, sourcing, and what the hell those labels mean.
Summer is long over, but folks’ love of White Claw shows no signs of abating -- and CBD water is just getting started. It seems like there’s a new product on the market every day. How do you choose? I mean, do you go by the label design you like the best (understandable), or do any of these companies offer something different from the others? We’ve got insights for you.
I’ve been covering the intersection of cannabis and food since 2016, when I interviewed pastry chef and edibles pioneer Mindy Segal. But lately I’ve been researching and test driving CBD tinctures because, well, they’re legal where I live in New York State. And Mama needs to chill, sometimes. Here are a couple of my recent favorites. For best results, apply the dose under your tongue and hold it there for at least 30 seconds.