Welcome to this week’s issue of the Recreational CBD Weekly Review and Newsletter: The Edibles Edition.
It’s all about edibles this week, from industry news to delicious recipes – if it’s about cannabinoid-infused treats, we’ve got you covered. For starters, did you know that teens these days prefer edibles over smoking? And have you ever tried to make your own edibles at home? It’s not as scary as you may think. Read on for more!
While Colorado has seen no marked increase in teen cannabis use since legalization, a new study found that delivery methods are moving away from smoking and into edible consumption. According to the research, teens who said they use cannabis edibles regularly increased by 10%.
As Kayla Tormohlen, Ph.D. candidate, from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health said, according to a Leafly report, “Since the implementation of retail marijuana sales, we haven’t seen an increase in use among youth, but we are seeing a difference in how young people are consuming,” she said.
Must Read Articles:
There are still many people who think cooking your own cannabis edibles is hard, scary, and really complicated, but the truth is that it’s actually incredibly easy. It is basically a simple process of combining your ground cannabis and fat.
CBD oil has rocketed into the mainstream health scene recently and there are so many ways to incorporate these little drops of liquid gold into your wellness routine – like with some these amazing recipes.
CBD and cannabis edibles are entrenched in our history. In Eastern Europe, women often made candies out of cannabis plants, which they consumed and even gave to their children as medication. In India, a traditional cannabis beverage called Bhang has been used since as early as 2000 B.C. for spiritual and health-related purposes.
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