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Collection: Edibles

Indulge in a delightful high journey of fun, flavors, and bliss with every bite of our handcrafted edibles!


Introducing our users to the best of Delta Remedys’ edibles lineup, which gives you unique options for a fun adventure!

Aside from being an enjoyable way to pass the time, edibles are also said to help with pain and sleep problems. Additionally, there is some evidence that high-quality edibles may have a beneficial effect.

As compared to some other popular types of cannabis products that we have, the effects of edibles by Delta Remedys are usually rather similar. Ingesting them can have specific effects, like calming the mind, or they could help with health problems like persistent discomfort.

Whether you're completely unfamiliar with cannabis edibles or have been away for a while, it's helpful to have an idea of what you can expect when you try out edibles by Delta Remedys!

What are Edibles?

Edibles are cannabis-infused foods. According to some experts, they have the potential to help with pain and anxiety, delay seizures, and weight management. They are a popular way of delivery for both medical and recreational cannabis.

Some edible forms include baked items, sweets, granola bars, chocolates, gummies, and drinks. People can buy or create their own edibles, including oils, kinds of butter, brownies, and even ice creams!

When consumed orally, tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) edibles produce a potent high comparable to that of smoking cannabis. To some extent, edible cannabinoids are more effectively delivered as they pass through the bloodstream.

If you are new at Delta Remedys, or edibles specifically, always begin with little when experimenting and learning how your body reacts. When compared to smoking, it's easier to take a large amount of edibles and have negative side effects.

Edibles Categories

Usually, edibles contain the psychoactive compound tetrahydrocannabinol or THC. However, the active substance (or cannabinoid) in cannabis-infused edibles varies from brand to brand. 

Edibles from cannabis often belong to one of three broad categories such as 

  • THC-dominant edibles

  • CBD-dominant edibles

  • THC-CBD-balanced edibles

For the most part, when people think of cannabinoids, they picture THC and CBD. However, depending on the laws of the selling state, edibles may also contain additional minor cannabinoids such as:

  • CBN

  • CBG

  • THCV, etc.

The effects of eating an edible will vary according to the type of cannabis it contains. Edibles that come with a higher concentration of THC tend to produce a more euphoric or narcotic high. There is less of a "high" from edibles with higher CBD concentrations, but you can experience a calming effect and less anxiety instead.

Edibles vs Smoking

Although smoking is still the most common method of inhaling cannabis, edibles have been more popular as a result of legalization and technological advancements in the cannabis industry.

The inhaled cannabis goes straight into your bloodstream via your lungs. When you ingest cannabis edibles, it undergoes digestion, absorption, and processing in your digestive tract, intestines, and liver. What you feel from cannabis also depends on how your body absorbs it.

The table below will show everything you need to know about edibles vs smoking:


Edibles

Smoking

Mode of Mechanism

The digestive tract to the bloodstream

Lungs to the bloodstream

Start Working

In a few hours (3 hours)

Within a few seconds

Length of Effects

6-24 hours (depending on the dose)

12-24 hours

Benefits

  • No lungs damage

  • Easy to consume

  • Discreet

  • Delicious flavors

  • Long-lasting effect


  • Fast working

  • Easy to consume

  • Short lasting

  • Widely available

Negative Effects

It can interact with other medications, and you can easily take a high dose.

Prolonged and excessive use can cause lung damage.


Is it Safe to Combine Edibles with Smoked Cannabis?

It is perfectly acceptable to combine the use of edible cannabis with inhaled cannabis!

Not having to wait more than an hour for the food to take effect is a huge time saver. In addition, the time it takes for the inhaled cannabis effects to wear off will have passed. 

The likelihood that you will become bored waiting and eat too much of an edible can be decreased by using this combo. You won't have to wait long for the desired effects, either!

Edibles vs. Smoking: Important Considerations

There is no one "correct" manner to ingest cannabis; rather, it depends on the individual depending on several criteria as to when and where they will benefit most from edibles or smoking. 

While you might go toward the more covert option of a gummy on occasion, you might be more inclined to savor the aromas and flavors of cannabis flowers on other occasions. 

Essential considerations for edibles vs smoking are:

  1. Personal Choices and Way of Life

Many factors could affect your consumption method, including discretion, ease of use, and social acceptability. Personal preferences influence consumption methods in terms of experience.

  1. Health Issues

To prevent the health concerns of smoking, people with respiratory issues may choose edibles instead. Consideration should be given to the possibility of drug interactions involving cannabis and specific prescriptions. Talk to your doctor before smoking cannabis if you're on any prescription medications.

  1. Ideal Results and Duration

Think about your specific requirements, such as if you want anything that will last or something that would help right away. You may always try smoking and then eating some after the high starts to wear off—just one example of how you can combine different ways of consuming cannabis to get the effects you want.

Effects of Edibles

It usually takes 30–90 minutes after eating an edible for its effects to become noticeable. That being said, it's not always the case. It also depends on individual differences in edible type, gender, age, metabolism, and caloric consumption.

The effects of some edibles like hard candies or suckers, may be felt more quickly since absorption starts while the individual sucks on them.

It may take 60-180 minutes for other edibles to take effect, but hard candies may start working in as little as 15-45 minutes.

It takes longer for edibles to have an effect than it would with smoking or vaping cannabis. In contrast to the near-instantaneous effects of vaping or inhaling THC products, the effects of an edible take a while to kick in.

To reach circulation, the active chemicals like THC in an edible must first pass through the digestive system, bypassing the lungs in the process. Be patient with this process.

Because the body can digest and metabolize edibles more quickly, those with faster metabolisms may experience the effects sooner. If you want the effects of an edible to kick in sooner rather than later, try consuming it on an empty stomach instead of with food or just after a meal.

Eating an edible may take some time for its effects to kick in for some people. The effects of the consumable might not be immediately felt, but they might hit hard and quickly later on. 

Top Benefits of Edibles

We see a big rise in the use of edible cannabis products by many people who are patients, and surveys reveal that the majority of medical experts think patients should have access to medical cannabis products, especially edibles.

Edible cannabis has several beneficial effects, including:

  1. Management of Muscle Spasms

Medical cannabis edibles are another option that doctors may suggest for relieving muscle spasms.

According to studies conducted in 2019, cannabis significantly reduces muscular spasticity and other forms of pain.

For the relief of pain as well as the tension or stress you get in the muscles, there is an oral formulation made from cannabis. Although there is a dearth of study in this area, other foods may have similar effects.

  1. Pain Relief

Cannabidiol (CBD) has anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving effects. People with chronic pain often find relief from quality edibles. Patients suffering from chronic pain who use medicinal cannabis products report better pain control.

Edibles and other therapeutic cannabis products, like Delta-9 Gummies, have helped people with conditions such as:

  • Joint pain

  • Cancer

  • Neuralgia

  • Fibromyalgia

  1. Stress Reduction and Calming Effects

 The effects of cannabis, whether in edible form or not, are caused by the molecule known as THC. A prior study found that THC did indeed have euphoric and relaxing effects. Cannabidiol, or CBD, is one of the most prevalent chemicals found in cannabis. Cannabidiol (CBD) relieves anxiety.

More than 79% of individuals with anxiety or sleep issues who took CBD saw a reduction in anxiety during the research period, according to a 2019 study. Additional research is necessary, but this provides encouraging signs.

The results of CBD considerably lowering anxiety levels are supported by an additional study conducted on adolescents with social anxiety.

  1. Impact on Seizure Prevention

CBD may have therapeutic potential as a therapy for epilepsy due to its antiseizure properties. Those with certain types of epilepsy may find that CBD helps them better manage their seizures.

Eating cannabis could be a strategy to lessen the frequency and severity of seizures. However, before individuals with epilepsy think about using cannabis gummies, tinctures, or vapes as a treatment, additional research is required.

Ideal Dosage of Edibles

Dosage recommendations for edibles are uncertain because there is a wide variety of products made by different companies. Edibles' potency can change depending on several variables, including strain, THC concentration, cooking temperature, and duration.

As little as half a milligram (mg) of THC is available in edibles. Some people think that 2.5–5 milligrams of THC is the lowest adequate amount. Thus, they suggest starting with that if someone has never tried edibles.

Typically, an average edible will have a THC content of 10-15 mg. A person familiar with cannabis who wishes to experience the edible's effects for a few hours may usually get by with these amounts.

Around 20 mg of THC is considered a powerful dosage. This potent dose is usually not recommended because it raises the danger of experiencing some of the adverse side effects associated with consuming too much THC all at once.

On the other hand, a larger dosage of edible may be necessary for individuals who regularly consume cannabis or who take large quantities of THC to attain more potent and prolonged effects.

According to the experts, some people can feel the effects of edibles with as little as 2.5 mg of THC, while others require 50 mg to feel anything at all. This range is extremely broad, which supports the notion that people should begin with a modest dose.

If you don't know what to make of the information on the label, it's easy to ingest far more THC than you planned. To make the best possible edible product selection, consult a dispensary assistant. They are an excellent resource for learning about THC products and their proper use. 

Remember that these regulations are exclusive to regulated, tested, and sold products within the context of legal state cannabis programs. There is zero assurance that the information provided by the vendor or the packaging is accurate when purchasing illegal cannabis.

Overdose

The possibility of an overdose is another danger associated with edible cannabis.

There is an extensive range of THC concentrations in pre-rolled cannabis products. Similarly, the potency of THC in edibles made at home is not always easy to determine. Because of this, keeping track of one's consumption might be challenging.

In comparison to smoking or other forms of cannabis ingestion, the effects of edibles take longer to kick in. While waiting for the edible's effects to kick in, users may mistakenly believe they need more and consume more than they need.

Furthermore, overdose symptoms from edibles might be more intense than those from smoking cannabis.

Possible symptoms of an edible overdose include:

  • Hallucinations

  • Nausea

  • Paranoia

  • Anxiety attacks

  • Limited ability to relocate

Can Edibles Pose Any Danger to Your Health?

How edibles influence you may depend on several things, such as:

  • What was the total amount you consumed?

  • How well the product was in general: strength, packaging, ingredients quality.

  • The method of consumption (e.g., smoking, eating).

  • How the edible interacts with the user's metabolic rate, BMI, and tolerance levels.

We don't know how an individual's metabolism will react to cannabis edibles, but we are aware that there are hazards associated with consuming illegally made edibles containing THC and/or CBD. 

In contrast to smoking or vaping cannabis flowers, the effects of edibles take longer to kick in, as we discussed above. The liver needs more time to transform Delta-9 THC into the psychoactive 11-hydroxy-THC, which explains the delay. 

As a result, you should either begin with a small dose or determine the maximum amount that causes unwanted side effects, such as anxiety or panic attacks, in your body.

Top 3 Things to Know Before You Try Edibles

Following is some advice from the pros on experimenting with edibles in a way that won't hurt you and will, hopefully, be fun:

  1. Find Out if Edibles are a Good Fit for You

While some people find edible cannabis products to be an effective means of controlling specific health concerns, this does not mean that they are appropriate for everyone. 

So, before you decide that an edible is the way to go, give some thought to your goals for using cannabis and, maybe with the advice of your doctor or an expert, figure out what those are. Another appealing aspect of edibles is that they do not require smoking. Stigma may be the main reason why people seek out edibles.

  1. Consider Your Medication

If you are on any other medications, products containing cannabis may interact negatively with them. Those who use cannabis recreationally without first seeing a doctor or pharmacist have my utmost worry. 

Depending on the specific interaction, cannabis use can either pump up or turn down the potency of other drugs. There aren't many studies yet on this topic, which seems to be a flawed approach by experts. But the takeaway here is that regular medication users should talk to their doctor or a cannabis medicine professional before using edibles or any THC products by Delta Remedys.

  1. Always Start Low

The rule by the experts is that when it comes to cannabis, and particularly edibles, is to take it calm and easy. This means starting with a small amount and waiting before increasing it. In the realm of edibles, 5 milligrams of THC is typically regarded as a modest dose. 

Experts say that you can start with a dose of as little as 1 to 2.5 mg if you are worried about side effects or if you know that you are more susceptible to substances like this.

And if you're looking for a product that comes in a lesser dose, it's wise to go with that. In place of a chocolate bar, which you would have to separate into individual servings, it might be a gummy or a capsule. 

Finding Reliable & Safe Edibles

Do your research before consuming edible cannabis for the first time, whether you're a patient or just looking for a recreational high.

You can minimize the chances of facing adverse effects caused by overconsumption if you take edibles or any other cannabis products precisely as prescribed and use them as directed. You should only buy edible cannabis products from a reputable licensed dispensary if you live in a state that allows recreational use.

Several states mandate that licensed dispensaries, or online brands like Delta Remedys, have their THC products tested for potency and safety by state-authorized laboratories before they can be sold. Conversely, certain states do not require laboratory testing, and testing methodologies differ significantly.

Notably, pesticides, mildew, fungus, formaldehyde, bacteria, heavy metals, and other potentially harmful contaminants can be found in cannabis products purchased from unlicensed businesses or dispensaries that sell untested products.

We know it is not at all easy for first-time customers to navigate the dispensary's selection of cannabis products or edibles, due to the wide range of THC and CBD concentrations.

Here, at Delta Remedys, we ensure that the product's quality and potency are precise and clear for the customers. 

You can navigate our separate quality product line for edibles,  Delta-8, Delta-9, Delta-10, and HHC products. We assure you will find something that suits your needs, is legal, and comes with third-party lab results, and COAs!

Edibles FAQs

Are edibles legal in the US?

Of course! Edibles made from cannabis or hemp that have earned the Clean Green Certified-TM seal of approval are legal in some US jurisdictions. If the seller follows quality laws and provides COAs, you can buy without any doubt.

What is the percentage of THC in edibles?

Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) has a legal maximum concentration of 10 milligrams per serving of edible cannabis. It is difficult to regulate one's THC intake when using handmade edibles because the amounts might fluctuate substantially. Due to this, consumers could be unprepared for the powerful and often prolonged effects of edibles.

Can I do anything to ensure that adults, pets, and children do not mistakenly ingest edibles?

Yes, you can! Be sure to lock up any of your favorite cannabis products so they are out of the reach of youngsters and dogs. To keep loved ones safe, always store edibles in a transparent container that displays the cannabis content.

When do edibles go bad?

Cannabinoids can be easily ingested as edibles, however their shelf life must be taken into account. Edibles may have a longer or shorter shelf life depending on the other ingredients, even though cannabinoids can break down with time. Whether or not a food item contains cannabis does not affect its aging process. Like any other food item, manufacturers should mark when their items expire.

How long do edibles effects last?

The full effects of most edibles won't kick in for at least two or three hours after consumption, and they can linger for six hours or more. The worst adverse effects typically occur within three hours of consuming an edible. Therefore, it is highly suggested to give yourself at least two hours to recover from the first dose. Your body's reaction to edibles can vary depending on what you eat. Because of its solubility in lipids, THC can be absorbed by the intestines. Dessert foods like brownies and cookies are common edibles because they contain lipids that have been infused with THC.

What is the balance of THC & CBD in edibles?

The typical way to describe the ratio of CBD to THC is as a number. Some possible label formats for a ratio are 1:2, 20:1, or 1:1. However, these ratios can have varying interpretations depending on the context.