There are many types of cannabis infused edibles: fresh fruit gummies, chocolate bars, cookies, chews, mints, lozenges, and savory snacks. Marijuana edibles include healthy options, some crafted with fresh fruit, and feature sugar free, gluten free, vegan, and Kosher options. Weed eedibles feature innovative THC and CBD edible delivery methods, including dissolving strips, inhalers, tablets, powders, and syrups to supplement cooking- all from California’s most trusted, high quality brands


Are edibles products available for people with dietary restrictions?

bud.com offers edibles for virtually all dietary restrictions and diets, including- sugar free, low glycemic, Gluten Free, Vegan and Kosher options

How much edibles should I take?

Start low and go slow. 2.5mg is considered a micro-dose, a recommended amount for first time users. 5mg is considered low dose while 10mg is widely regarded as a full dose.

Do edibles have a different ‘high’ compared to smoking cannabis?

Most edibles take longer to take effect, and can provide different, more intense and longer high. In contrast to smoking cannabis, which allows THC to enter the bloodstream and take effect immediately, edible go through the digestion process, absorb through stomach lining and travel to the liver before finally entering the bloodstream- a process that can take anywhere from 20 minutes to an hour or more. By minding the dose and timing, some folks find weed edibles provide some pain relief.

How long does it take for edibles to kick in and wear off?

Tolerance and onset times vary from adult to adult. Regular edibles can take effect between 20 minutes and one hour or more from time of consumption. The peak high can be 2-3 hours long and overall effect can last up to 4-5 hours.

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