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  • 10 Letter from the Editor

Cover Photographer: Kawai Matthews

  • 12 Kingdom of Lesotho Granted Africa’s First Legal Cannabis License

  • 14 COVER STORY: Al Sharpton, Promoting Diversity

  • 20 Talkin Topicals with Gar

  • 23 RosHASHanah High HoliDAZE Special with Mitzva Herbal

  • 24 Olivia Newton-John’s Cannabis Crusade: Battling Breast Cancer and Advocating in Australia

    • 26 Editor’s Pick: Product Reviews (Pages 26-31)

    • 37 Sri Lanka’s First Official Cannabis Plantation

    • 38 Cannabis Infused Recipes (Pages 38-43)

    • 46 High Protocol: CannaBDSM at The Folsom Street Fair

    • 50 Getting Stoned in San Francisco Two Parties, One Week

    • 52 What's in an Eighth Anyway?

    • 54 Q&A with Dr. Mike: What About Concentrates?

    • 58 The List Cannabis Infused / Hemp Infused Product Guide & Dispensary Listings

    • 63 Canada Now Offers Commercial Cannabis College Certificates, Graduates for 2019

    • 64 Cannabis Event Guide

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Autumn is officially here, the Equinox occured on September 22. The full Harvest Moon will be on October 5th and you won’t want to miss that. It’s time to start thinking about those Halloween costumes and what infused foods you’ll be incorporating into your Thanksgiving day dinners.

We’ve been almost too busy to think about any of that lately - The Cannabis World Congress and Business Expo in Los Angeles was immediately followed by The National Cannabis Industry Association Conference in Anaheim. There was so much to see and so many great people to

meet it was difficult to keep track.

At CWCBE the Edibles List team got to spend a bit of time with the legendary Reverend Al Sharpton and Keiko Beatie interviewed him (read it in this very issue). Roger Stone was dropped from the show as a keynote speaker and I never noticed if protestors showed up.

On September 18th, we celebrated our very 1st Ros-HASH-anah HIGH HoliDAZE Special on the Edibles Show with special guests The Mitzva Herbal Company and Rakefet Abergel. We learned all about Kosher Cannabis, the High Holiday and more. It was a most delicious day and Rakefet recaps the whole experience here so check it out. We’ve got some great infused comfort food recipes to help you enjoy whatever kind of weather might be in your area and reviews of some of the great products we were introduced to at these cool events we’ve been so occupied with as well as articles telling everyone

what’s happening with cannabis from around the world! Some of the great events coming up in the future include our very own Infused Expo, The LA Comic Con, The MAAN Up Veterans Ball and MJ Biz Con Las Vegas. All of us are excited about those to be sure. You can bet we’ll be wearing some sweet costumes at Stan Lee’s LA Comic Con. Meanwhile here in The City of Angels, city lawmakers approved new rules on Monday September 25th to regulate and legitimize the cannabis industry. We’ll see how that goes - no doubt more details will be coming soon.

Greg Sestaro’s book “The Disaster Artist: My Life Inside the Room, the Greatest Bad Movie Ever Made” has

been adapted into a film directed by

James Franco and he’s also playing Tommy Wiseau. It’s opening soon and looks amazing. I’ve been obsessed with, "The Room," for a long time, and we’ll be interviewing Philip Haldiman, who played Denny, and reviewing his comic book series “My Big Break” to bring you the full

story of what it was like being a big part of such an iconically bad and

much beloved film.

Remember to tip your delivery driver, smile at your budtender and always know your dose. Medicate well.

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WORLD NEWS Kingdom of Lesotho Granted Africa’s First Legal Cannabis License Tommy Knowledge Lesotho is the

Lesotho is the high-

altitude, landlocked

kingdom encircled

by South Africa,

and their Ministry

of Health granted

the South African

medical company,

Verve Dynamics, an

official license for the

legal cultivation of

cannabis for medical

and scientific purposes,

making it the first cannabis production company on the continent

of Africa to have been given administrative approval. Cannabis

is already the kingdom’s main cash-crop. Right around seventy

percent of South Africa’s cannabis is generated in Lesotho, and

the continent’s market is growing rapidly.

Over 40% of the population of Lesotho lives below the international

poverty line of US $1.25 a day. The United Nations Office on Drugs

and Crime conducted a study in 2007 on “Cannabis in Africa”, it

showed that an estimated 38.2 million Africans between the ages

of 15 and 64 had used cannabis on at least an annual basis, and

those numbers have grown exponentially in the last decade. The

Lesotho Government is a parliamentary monarchy. The King of

Lesotho, Letsie III, serves a largely ceremonial function; he no

longer possesses executive authority and he’s basically prohibited

from actively participating in political initiatives. The Prime

Minister, Tom Thabane, is head of government and has executive

authority.

Richard Davies, the managing director of Verve Dynamics said in

a statement to journalists:

“Access to medicinal cannabis on the African continent has taken

another major step forward today and Verve Dynamics is honored

to be the first company in Africa to have been granted regulatory

approval to begin the process of growing and producing high

quality cannabis extracts commercially. The Government’s

decision to move forward with this historic decision means that

Lesotho will play a significant role in developing this industry,

both locally and internationally, as well as establishing itself as a

pioneer on the African continent with regards to state of the art

extraction equipment.”

Verve Dynamics is a dedicated Vegan friendly manufacturer

of highly purified botanical extracts and specialty ingredients

sourced from around the world. You can learn more about Verve

Dynamics at their website: www.vervedynamics.co.za

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Alfred Charles Sharpton Jr. was born on October 3rd, 1954 and is a Baptist minister, television talk show host, American civil rights activist, and a former White House adviser, who 60 Minutes named the "go-to black leader” during President Barack Obama's administration. He’s been accused of being many controversial things, including an FBI informant. Nowadays, he’s a vegan who has joined the cannabis crusade helping to seek justice for the marginalized people who’ve been affected most by the unfair drug laws and the prison industrial complex. While Al does not partake in cannabis recreationally, he believes in the medicinal properties of the plant. Keiko Beatie had the opportunity to interview the enigmatic Reverend Sharpton at The Cannabis World Congress and Business Expo in Los Angeles, and you can read their full conversation right here.

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Al Sharpton:

Advocating for Justice, Cannabis and Equality

Keiko Beatie

Keiko:

It’s a pleasure and honor sir.

Rev:

Thank you.

Keiko:

I understand what is going on for a lot of

people of color and being able to increase the

quality of their lives in a positive manner.

What do you say to people everywhere about

your feelings on Cannabis in the United

States?

Rev:

I think that it has been well established that

records because they engaged in

there are many significant health reasons,

marijuana.

that cannabis is needed and should not be

criminalized. And I think that the United

Keiko:

States needs to deal with this in a very

And you’re talking about the

mature and reasonable way. One thing about

large amounts of people of color

science is science is not against cannabis, it

and latinos who are in the prison

deals in facts. And the fact is that cannabis

system right now for just simple

has proved relief for pain and should be

non-violent possession?

 

As a woman of color, born and raised in Hawaii, I don't see race and prejudice the way everyone

available to those that need it on a legal basis.

else does. Regardless of your creed or race, I truly believe it's of critical importance to be

 

Rev:

 

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The other fact is that it has been used in a very

Simple non-violent possession.

 

inclusive of everyone in everything that we do. My philosophy on diversity extends beyond

negative way, by the criminal justice system.

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the cannabis industry. I don't think it's fair to marginalize anyone because of their race, and I

It has interrupted and permanently altered

Keiko:

 

especially don't think it's fair to marginalize minorities for not being marginalized enough. We

people's lives for what is minor involvement.

It’s deplorable.

 

believe that anyone that has a platform to promote change should use it. Join the conversation

 

And I think that we can not afford to be

separate and return back to the dark ages of

Rev:

 

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just locking up people and creating criminal

It

is

not

only

deplorable,

it’s

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Rev: Rev: you like. You choose what’s in

Rev:

Rev:

you like. You choose what’s in

 

I think what they must do, they must

I

think that we need a blueprint for people

the bible. I just uh, I think a lot

as we go along as we approach this

that have been marginalized period, in

of us deal with our culture and

midterm election, they must make it an

the industry. Women, people of other

try and use that to justify the

issue. Which is why they need all kinds

religions, people of other nationalities.

parts that we like. Clearly we

of people like me involved, it must be an

I

think that we’ve got to, just as people

choose for instance the herbs in

issue. Legalization must be an issue. And

have purposely and intentionally

the bible are clearly there.

state and congressional candidates must

excluded some, we must purposefully and

 

take a position while they are running

intentionally have a focus on how we can

Keiko:

turned into a business because

that they will support legalization.

all be guaranteed inclusiveness.

 

So

with

that,

have

 

you

ever

you’re dealing with those,

 

drank alcohol?

 

let’s not forget this administration,

Keiko:

Keiko:

one of the first things they did was

And being that there are twenty nine

As a spiritual man, what is it that you feel

Rev:

bring back privatized jails on a

states moving towards more of a balanced

you pray for most?

 

Alcohol? I’ve had

a

drink,

I

federal level. And when you have

system, we still have twenty one more

don’t drink. Me I think the last

people in the business of prisons,

states that are not. So we need to focus

Rev:

people in the business of prisons, states that are not. So we need to focus Rev:

full occupancy is a personal profit

on that.

I

pray that people will have the liberty to

to them. I mean locking people up

 

make their choices in life, as long as they

like that is crazy.

Rev:

do not hurt others. Even if they are choices

 

We need to focus on the twenty one states

I

disagree with. And that we protect the

 

We worked with the Obama

that’s not even really moving that way

right of everyone to have equal protection

administration on commutations.

and we need to secure it in those twenty

once they make those choices.

 

He commuted more low level drug

nine states so that we will not see with

offenders, nonviolent, than the last

the incoming of the new attorney general

Keiko:

eleven presidents combined. And

who’s talking about the war on drugs,

Have

you

ever

utilized

cannabis

I think that’s the way to go. And

that there is any retreat in the twenty nine

personally?

time I took a drink was twenty

 

it’s the disproportionate amount

states that have moved in that direction.

five years ago. But I didn’t find

of black and latino communities of

of black and latino communities of Rev: a whole lot of Johnny Walker
 

Rev:

a whole lot of Johnny Walker

people that have been incarcerated

No I’m not a cannabis user. I grew up in

Red, a little wine.

 

and or have this on their record.

the Church of. They did not smile on that.

 

That limits what they can do for

But I have a lot of friends and family that

Keiko:

their families, limits what jobs

have, some who have suffered from the

They say right now the cannabis

 

they can hold and I think that’s

criminal justice system.

 

industry and community is 17%

horrendous and we should not

 

minorities. Now do you feel that

even be thinking about that in the

 

Keiko:

we need to up that?

 

21st century.

So what do you feel about Genesis Chapter

 
 

1 Verses 28-29: "And God said behold, I

Rev:

 

Keiko:

have given you every herb bearing seed,

I think that

it ought to reflect

 

So Reverend, what do you think

 

which is upon the face of the earth."

the population. Particularly

people in the cannabis community

Keiko:

when you go to states where

can do to also support? Share with

Reverend, I know you’re looking for

Rev:

the minority community is far

their officials, municipalities and

inclusiveness, definitely for people of

I

believe in the whole bible and in the bible,

more than that. I think that we

government? What can we do to

help change their their thoughts?

color and minorities. What about other

people from other religions?

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cherry pick the bible, and choose what

need to up that and we need

to make sure that the laws are

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not an impediment. Because you

have certain states that come up

with laws like "you can’t have a

marijuana arrest or you have to

pay a certain amount of money."

You may come from areas where

access to capital is not as easy as

it is for others. I think we gotta

relax the laws more to be more fair

for everybody despite their social,

economic or legal status.

my civil rights background that thinks that

the policy should be the priority and the

person comes from the policy not the policy

comes from the individual person.

Keiko:

Have

you

had

anybody

actually

be

dissatisfied that

you

have

come

out

in

supported cannabis?

Rev:

Oh yeah. I’ve had other ministers and faith

leaders that said to me that they disagree

with my position, and I should not take

that position. But I’ve been known to take

controversial positions before. I’m not

concerned about that. You know I think you

should be more concerned with being right

than with being popular.

Keiko:

And looking futuristically then,

what would you like to see on our

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next ballot? The presidential ballot

then. Who do you think could

really support the mainstreaming

of cannabis as a medicine?

Keiko:

Anything else you’d like to say to people?

Rev:

Again. We must have a broad coalition.

We must make this an issue. We can’t do it

staying in our separate tents. We’ve gotta

have a big tent and move forward.

Keiko:

First thing we will all pray and focus on is

unscheduling cannabis.

Rev:

We must deal with decriminalization first.

We can all agree upon that.

Rev:

I don’t know a person yet. But I

think that whoever that person is

that they ought to do something

that collectively make sure that

is always open. I’m proud to be

black. I’m always someone, given

Keiko:

Thank you, Al.

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Talkin Topicals with Gar

Gar Souders, Founder CannaTopics

Hi Gar, I just got back from the emergency room for what they determined to be a severely sprained ankle. It is swollen and already starting to turn purple. The problem is that I play collegiate basketball and want to minimize my downtime. I know that medical cannabis can be

beneficial in healing, but what I need is more difficult.

I need 1) to be able to test clean after using a product. 2)

It cannot affect my thinking or reflexes 3) I don't smoke

or vape. If you know of anything that can help aid in

my recovery, my teammates and I would be very grateful. Thanks, Sam Los Angeles, CA

Hi Sam, Glad to hear it was only a sprain, and not broken. The problem is that it's still going to cause you a lot of pain and there is going to be swelling and bruising. The good news is that infused topicals can not only reduce the swelling and bruising, but will help with the pain as well.

First, by using topicals, cannabinoids do not travel through

the bloodstream, so you should be able to pass a simple

blood or urine test with no problems. Secondly, infused topicals work with the body's CB2 receptors and do not

affect your mental or reflex abilities. You may forget that

you used them at all until you realize that the pain is gone.

By using topicals, there is no need to smoke or vape to relieve your pain, swelling and bruising. In your case, two

different products come to mind. The first would be a first

aid gel containing a high THC concentration. The second would be a high THC mousse that might penetrate your skin a little more quickly. Ultimately, choose whatever type of product that feels and works best for you. If your local dispensary doesn't carry these products, ask them to get them for you.

Dear Gar,

I have problems with red, blotchy skin on

various parts of my body. Are there topicals out there for

this problem? Linda FT. Collins, CO

Hi Linda, There are topicals that are made for troubled skin such as yours. Creams containing both THC and CBD are available at your dispensary. Look for a product that has proven to help conditions such as yours. Your budtender may be able to help you select the ones that apply to you.

Dear Gar,

Can topicals help my age spots?

Leon

Rochester, NY

Hi Leon, Topical oils have proven a great way to fade age

spots.

Find a high THC cannabis oil made with natural

ingredients and apply a thin coat daily to the spots.

Gar Souders has over a decade of research into the effects & formulations of cannabis infused topicals. He is also a member of several Pro Cannabis organizations.

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Rakefet Abergel

Edibles List hosted the first ever Ros-HASH-

anah High HoliDaze Special in the studio

with kosher edibles maker Mitzva Herbal

Company and me, actress/writer/producer

Rakefet Abergel. We covered the meaning of

Rosh Hashanah, one of the most holy days of

the Jewish calendar. In Hebrew, rosh means

“head” and shanah means “year” indicating

the Jewish New Year; a time of reflection and

celebration that culminates with Yom Kippur,

the Jewish Day of Atonement. Together the

two holidays comprise the High Holy Days.

And in this case, “high” has a double meaning!

We played a game called “Kosher?” where

host Patrick Ian Moore had to guess which

animals were kosher to eat and which weren’t.

We learned that cute adorable little bunnies

are NOT kosher, but chickens, even while

wearing sweaters, are! And Patrick even had

the right answer to a trick question about

caviar, guessing that it would depend on what

kind of fish the eggs were from. Alex Klein of

Mitzva Herbal blew the Shofar for us; a ram’s

horn that Jews sound to call people to prayer.

Trippy, right?

As usual, Shifra Klein’s delicious edibles were

a hit. Micro-dosed for safety at just 10mg of

THC per item, there is never a trace of that

telltale cannabis taste, leaving only delicious

melt in your mouth goodness. My favorite

was the brownie I designed for them called

the Bomb Ass Bamba Brownie made with a

chocolate brownie, peanut butter cream, and

crushed Bamba, a popular Israeli peanut crisp

snack. Fun fact: Israeli children don’t generally

develop peanut allergies and scientists have

attributed that fact to the popularity of Bamba

with small children, because exposure at

a young age is key to protecting against

the sensitivity. Check out the Edibles List

Facebook page to watch the broadcast and

grab your favorite medicated treat while you

enjoy conversation about Superbad, Adam

Sandler, and how much we love Kathy Bates

despite the disappointing choice to be a part

of Netflix’s Disjointed. A follow up “Don’t

Mess with the Zohan” movie night is in the

works which will undoubtedly include some

amazing medicated hummus.

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Acting and music

legend Olivia Newton-John believes Australians deserve easier and more affordable access to medical cannabis.

The iconic Australian

star of the silver screen originally won the hearts of American audiences playing Sandy in Grease nearly four decades ago and is now battling cancer a second

time. The actress first fought breast cancer 25 years

ago, and recently revealed to NewsCorp Australia that

she medicates with medicinal marijuana on a daily basis to combat the cancer, which came back early in 2017. Newton-John says she will continue to champion the use of the controversial substance in her native

country because of the highly beneficial effects she has

experienced herself in her own struggles with breast

cancer, which has now spread all the way to her to her spine. Newton-John told NewsCorp Australia, "I use medicinal cannabis, which is really important for pain and healing, I will do what I can to encourage it. It's an important part of treatment, and it should be available."

Olivia Newton-John said her extreme back pain, caused by the cancer now at the base of her spine, completely disappeared once she began medicating with medical cannabis. The pain was so intense before she began using marijuana, that the 68-year-old actress said she was "limping and walking like a duck and a penguin for a while. I am getting my mobility back to normal all the time, but I have done tests of course to see that things are better, have had my blood work tested, and these things lead me to believe that I am on top of it," she said.

Scientific research has proven that cannabis is successful

in treating pain. Medical cannabis is legal in Olivia’s adopted home state here in California. The Australian federal government has recently changed the laws to allow medicinal use of cannabis, but obtaining permission to

use the herb for medical reasons is still very complicated. Cannabis advocates in Australia are urging the authorities to simplify the process for patients throughout the

country. The British-born Aussie performer was first

diagnosed with breast cancer 25 years ago and has been active in raising awareness about the disease since then.

Advocacy for medical cannabis can now be added to the things she’ll be doing to help those suffering from cancer. Follow Olivia Newton-John on twitter at: @olivianj

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G Pen Dry Herb Vaporizer

Patrick Ian Moore

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The G Pen Elite by

Grenco Science is a

compact dry flower

vaporizer that heats

up quick and can

easily be transported

anywhere. The

chamber is big

enough for at least a

couple of bowls, if the

herb is well ground

so each fully packed vape session lasts a nice

time. I’ve always been a fan of the “idea” of

vaporizing flower, but I hadn’t found a device

I was truly impressed with.

The G Pen Pro Elite is definitely my favorite

so far. The 25 second heating up time

goes by fast and the digital temperature

display on the side makes it easy to monitor

progress. Vaporizing flower always tastes

like it’s being toasted to me and is always

accompanied by a slight aroma of baked

The Good Stuff Ginger Apple Kombucha

Tanganyika Daniel

The Good Stuffs Tonics Ginger Apple Kombucha is a very impressive cannabis infused drink, but it's
The
Good Stuffs
Tonics
Ginger
Apple Kombucha is
a
very
impressive
cannabis
infused
drink,
but
it's
not
just a drink. As a
lover
of
cannabis
I try to make sure
that my
entire life
is
full
of
healthy
smart
choices
that
will
positively
impact
my
future,
and
drinking
probiotics
is
one
of them. They are
great because I suffer
from eczema, and it definitely helps with
that. It’s great for digestion, helps prevent
urinary tract infections, and improves your
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goods. G Pen includes a full set of cleaning

and maintenance tools so your device

never needs to stay dirty long. Handy

dandy battery indicator and an auto shut-

off feature help prolong the battery life and

the USB charging system means you can

charge up anywhere you can plug in. This

is low temperature compared to smoking,

so if you’ve been experiencing a coughing

problem this might be a great solution. We

stuffed it full of some incredible Super Silver

Haze that smelled like nacho cheese and the

taste was perfectly preserved as we puffed

on the G Elite. Highly recommended for

those who love cannabis and are exploring

all the healthy lifestyle alternatives and also

for tech-junkies and vapor connoisseurs.

Tech specs: The Lithium-Ion Battery is

2200mAh. Fully Adjustable Temperature

Range: 200° - 428° F (93° - 220° C) and includes

a 1 year Warranty. Size: Height 4.4 in, Width

1.25 in, Depth 1 in, Weight 3.1 oz / 88 g.

immune system. Who in the world would

turn that down? Adding 100mg of THC,

and making it taste amazing is just an added

bonus to the mix. This drink is also organic

and non-GMO for those interested in all

natural cannabis infused products, and a

little goes a long way with this beverage too.

All you need is 1 oz. of it to micro dose on a

little over 6 grams of cannabis a day. This low

dose is great for beginners and novice alike to

see a dramatic difference in digestion. I also

love the new packaging, and that it comes

in 16oz bottles as well. This really is for

those health conscious people out there that

understand it matters what you put into your

body, and how your body eliminates waste.

They also have new lower pricing. Make sure

you try this award winning Kombucha as

soon as you can.

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Mystery Baking Co. Strawberry and Grape Jelly

Tanganyika Daniel

I love eating edibles. There I said it. I honestly can’t wait until the day where
I
love
eating
edibles.
There
I
said
it.
I
honestly
can’t
wait
until
the
day
where
we have large
supermarkets
and
grocery
stores full of cannabis related edibles. Until

then I will just have to settle for writing these

reviews on unique products like the ones

Mystery Baking Company has with their grape

and strawberry jelly. These indica dominated

4 oz. 300 mg jars pack amazing flavor and is

extremely reminiscent of the same jams and

jelly’s you’re used to from the grocery store.

I personally could not decide which jam I

wanted so I toasted a bagel and generously

slathered peanut butter on one side, and then

half and half of the jelly’s on the other. The

first bite was the grape jelly side and it had a

stronger binding THC taste to it. Then I tried

the strawberry jelly and I wondered where it

had been this entire time.

I wanted to put it in everything, and I did. I

put it in my morning smoothie for an added

kick, and I made a sauce with it using honey,

teriyaki, and soy sauce. The sweetness reduced

the sour tanginess, and after like 45 minutes I

was in the best mood ever. Now I put it on

Naan bread, sandwiches, and more. I definitely

suggest their strawberry jelly, and they have

an assortment of other products as well that

would be great to add to any adult party. The

lab testing along with quality labeling and

packaging is the piece de résistance that makes

them one of our favorite cannabis companies.

Make sure you tell your local dispensary to

order their products.

Heavenly Baked - Berry Crunch Treat

Darcy Thompson

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The Heavenly Baked

Berry Crunch Treat

contains 300 mg THC

and is recommended

as 30 doses. Their

tagline is elevate your

expectations and they

are packaged in a clear

easy to open plastic

container. This won’t

fly under the new Auma Regulations around

child safety in 2018, but I don’t mind how easy

it is to open or how appealing it sounds to eat

this cereal treat. Sugary Berry Colossal Crunch

pressed together into a rice crispy shaped and

sized treat, lines of frosting drizzled across

the top, it’s about the size of my palm. They

say it’s not for rookies on the label and this is

a treat strong enough for a whole party. The

label says it’s lab tested and to wait 2 hours to

feel effects. It contains White Chocolate chips

and cream so it isn’t for the lactose intolerant.

I opened it up to a pretty delicious smell during

a small writing party and everyone remarked

that the room filled with a yummy candy treat

aroma. I cut it in half and cut that piece in half

three more times, so my dose should be just

over 9 mg. It tastes pretty good, but you can

tell immediately that it is strong as the weed

taste smacks you in the face, you know this

treat is medicated.

Saccharine sweet and chewy, I slowly ate

my sliver of the berry crunch treat. It’s not a

sophisticated edible, it’s old school junk food

with the vibe it was designed for the hungry

stoner. It screams munchies, so you do need

to be careful about over dosing yourself. I ate

it around 8:00 and by 8:25 I was warming and

cheering up as well as working on a glass of

wine and a plate of cheese. By 9:00 pm I’m

feeling mellow and positive; wondering if I

want to have one more piece and bump up my

dose to just under 20 mg, but I’m going to wait

it out like it says for 2 hours. I haven’t wanted

to smoke so I know it definitely working on

me. By 9:45 I’m not as medicated as I could be

so I take the second piece.

Content, happy, and relaxed. I made my way

home, letting the second dose do it’s magic.

We will see how I end up sleeping and how

relaxed my body feels when I wake up.

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Mount Joy Sparkling THC Beverage

Patrick Ian Moore

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Mountjoy Sparkling

Water is a cannabis-

infused bubbly THC

drink handmade

in Sonoma County

California with fresh

filtered well water

and full spectrum

cannabis oils. The

choices offered in the

flavor department

are natural, orange

and peach. Mountjoy

is very refreshing,

100% calorie-free,

and contains 12mg of

THC in each bottle.

Drinks generally can

be effective in less than 30 minutes, which is

quicker than edibles because they don’t have

to be digested the same way.

W Vapes Disposable Vaporizer

Jack Paradise

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W Vapes has redesigned their super subtle disposable vape pen and made a few improvements to the product that had already won the prestigious Hempcon award for Best Personal Vaporizer of 2016. Every disposable W Vape pen now contains 500mg

of platinum oil ( a whole half gram) extracted from additive-free, single strain, locally-sourced, all-natural

cannabis, created through strain-specific,

supercritical CO2 extraction. The original terpenes are reintroduced in the post processing

ensuring the specific taste and quality you expect.

The high is nice, steady and easily maintained with a few more hits whenever needed. They brought some of these beauties onto The Edibles Show on Z420.tv and everybody loved them. I took the Grand Daddy Purple Indica pen home

to fully enjoy and was melting into the couch

all evening watching documentaries on Netflix.

This vaping experience went incredibly well with viewing “Dark Star: H. R. Giger's World”,

They also don’t need to be as strong for the

very same reasons, so twelve milligrams of

tetrahydrocannabinol will go further in a

beverage like this than it would in something

like a high calorie brownie, but it’s still a

perfectly modest dose to partake in at any

time of day. This cannabis infused drink

was delicious and completely hit the spot

after smoking some tasty buds. It cured the

cottonmouth quick and was fine to keep

sipping on afterwards. The wonderful folks

at Mountjoy sent us beverages for The Edibles

Show on Z420 Television and we’ve been

enjoying them on the air with our special

guests every Monday afternoon. Each flavor of

Mountjoy Sparkling Cannabis water pairs well

with all of the comfort food recipes featured

in this issue. As every bottle says: refresh, de-

stress, motivate, and elevate your senses. To

find out more, go to mountjoysparkling.com

or call 707-874-2009.

the 2014 Swiss film about the surrealist artist

behind the creation of the creature in the original “Alien” movie. I highly recommend watching it and pairing it with a W Vapes Indica pen. After that I re-read part of the “Marvel 1602: Spider- Man” graphic novel and thoroughly had a good time doing it before dozing off.

The new quartz glass container has a completely clear view so you always know exactly how

much product is left in the tank with a secure enforced tip making for no leakage and bigger, better hits. The pen is direct inhale with no button and the “W” illuminates as always whenever you inhale with a battery that is 320mah. It’s an incredibly discreet and effective product ideal for taking anywhere you might be and want to medicate. A variety of strains are available in Indica, Sativa and Hybrid with the lab results posted and available on the W Vapes website. There’s an ancient Chinese proverb that states: “Tension is who you think you should be. Relaxation is who you are.” Take that to heart and be yourself, and try relaxing with one of

these fine little devices. Check out the W Vapes

site and see if the store locator features any of

your favorite places: wvapes.com

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PHARMA-C 420 Pain Stick Review

Dr. Sally Burgundy

Edibles Magazine Issue 39 PHARMA-C 420 Pain Stick Review Dr. Sally Burgundy I deal with trapezius

I deal with trapezius myalgia, which, for me means that the muscles holding my neck, shoulders, and shoulder blades get so tight that they pinch nerves and cause headaches. When it gets really bad, it causes tingling pain and weakness to run down my arms and back. Why did I tell you this? So you know why I use PHARMA-C

  • 420 Pain Stick, and can trust me when I say that it works

wonders.

The Pain Stick takes the edge off of high levels of pain, and regular use lets me stretch my muscles out more to reduce chronic pain. I was skeptical when I read that “relief usually begins within 5 minutes and can last up to 7 hours,” yet was pleasantly surprised with this powerful

  • 130 mg stick. The effects for me have lasted 1-2 hours at

a time, but since it takes effect within minutes, and I can

apply it “generously” and “as often as needed,” the length of effectiveness is never a problem.

It is a little greasy, but that is easily forgiven for how well it works. There are ways around greasiness such as wearing

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certain clothes or putting my hair up. These very small compromises are trivial compared to the relief of the Pain Stick. (Tip – use it before bed and put a towel down… I fell asleep within minutes without all the tossing and turning that drives my partner nuts!)

The Certified Organic/Fair Trade ingredient list is

impressive. I’m always trying to cover up the stink with

other ointments, but the Pain Stick’s ingredients smell refreshing and relaxing. THC and CBD, blended with other ingredients including Rosemary, Chickweed, St. John’s Wort, Lavender, Chamomile, Marshmallow Root, Lemongrass, and Calendula, create a superstar combination for calming, uplifting mood, alleviating

pain, reducing swelling and inflammation, increasing

circulation, and softening skin.

The Pain Stick allows me to do physical work (lifting and moving) with very little to no pain. My job requires me to be alert and focused, and the Pain Stick keeps my mind clear and my pain low enough to remain engaged

and undistracted. I can’t rave about it enough! And don’t just take my word – I have turned friends onto it who use it for problems ranging from osteoarthritis to

fibromyalgia to pulled muscles. Check it out for yourself at

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WORLD NEWS

Sri Lanka’s First Official

Cannabis Plantation

Patrick Ian Moore

Sri Lanka is set to launch its first official cannabis plantation to supply the traditional medicine
Sri
Lanka
is
set
to
launch
its
first
official
cannabis
plantation to supply
the
traditional
medicine
market
and
also to export
the
plant
to
the
United
States
of
America,
the
Sri
Lankan
Minister
of
Health and

Indigenous Medicine said on Wednesday Sept 13th. Rajitha Senaratne

is a dentist, politician, Member of Parliament and a well respected

cabinet minister. He said the near 100 acre cannabis farm could produce

more than 25 tons a year, would be protected by military security and

would ensure a regular high quality supply of Sri Lankan cannabis.

"Many ayurvedic doctors have complained that they don't get good

quality cannabis for their preparations," Mr Senaratne told journalists

from the Straits Times.

"Good cannabis is a vital ingredient in the preparation of traditional

medicine."

Senaratne says the traditional herbal medicine market currently

depends on handouts from the courts which seize smuggled or illegally

grown cannabis. Medical cannabis has technically been legal in Sri

Lanka since The Ayurveda Act of 1961.

"By the time our native doctors get this cannabis, it is about four to five

years old and it has lost its effectiveness," Mr Senaratne said.

He said the government expected to export the surplus from its proposed

farm at Ingiriya, 60 kilometres southeast of Colombo. "I am told there is

a high demand in the US and several other countries. Cannabis is used

by the pharmaceutical industry in the manufacture of tranquilisers and

painkillers." The difficulty in this plan is that exporting cannabis to the

United States is still illegal as long as the federal government continues

to regulate trade and keeps considering cannabis to be a Schedule I drug.

Possession, sale, transport, cultivation, using, smoking, or doing

anything at all with cannabis is still highly illegal in Sri Lanka and

laws are enforced with strict punishments. Going to prison in Sri

Lanka for non-violent cannabis related crimes is not uncommon, and

many first time offenders are sent to The Welikada Prison. Also known

as the Magazine Prison, it is a maximum security prison and is the

largest prison in Sri Lanka. It was built in 1841 by the British colonial

government, and was home to the Welikada Prison Massacre in 1983

when fifty-three prisoners were killed inside the high-security prison.

In November 2012, 27 people died in clashes between inmates and

prison guards.

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CANNABIS

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French Onion Stardust Soup

Ingredients:

  • 2 Tbs. CannaButter (Mystery Baking Co

is recommended)

  • 1 Tbs. infused olive oil

  • 5 large onions (about 3 lb.),

halved and thinly sliced

  • 3 cloves garlic, minced (about 1 Tbs.)

1/2 tsp. Kosher salt

  • 2 Tbs. all-purpose flour

  • 6 cups vegetable, chicken, or beef stock

1/3 cup dry sherry or white wine

  • 1 Tsp. apple cider vinegar

  • 6 1/2-inch slices sourdough bread, toasted

2/3 cup shredded Jarlsberg

or Gruyere cheese

  • 3 packets of Ed Rosenthal’s Stardust Powder:

45mg THC total

Instructions:

Heat CannaButter and oil in heavy, large

saucepan over medium heat. Add onions,

garlic and salt, and cook 5 minutes, stirring

often. Reduce heat to very low, and cook,

stirring occasionally, 50 to 60 minutes, until

onions are very tender and brown. Stir

in flour, and cook 3 to 4 minutes, stirring

constantly. Blend in stock and white wine

sherry. Cover, and simmer 15 minutes, stirring

occasionally. Stir in apple cider vinegar.

Preheat broiler. Ladle soup into six heatproof

bowls. Add one ½ packet (7.5mg of THC) to

each bowl. Top each with a slice of toast and

grated cheese. Broil until cheese is bubbly

and golden, about 1 to 2 minutes. Serve hot.

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It’s Autumn time now and there’s no better time for comfort food, no matter where you happen to live and nothing makes food more comfortable than cannabis! The Eclipse happened and the Equinox came so let’s all make some French Onion Soup and get high. The no-bake peanut butter pie is absolutely perfect to enjoy while you’re carving pumpkins and red beans and rice are the ideal reward when you’ve been out raking leaves. Ed Rosenthal’s Stardust

THC Powder and The Mystery Baking Company are the featured products here and you can find out where to get

both at EdiblesList.com. Enjoy!

Cannabis Kale and Sundried Tomato Stuffed Chicken

Ingredients:

  • 4 chicken breasts (about 8 oz each)

  • 3 Tbs infused olive oil

1/3 cup goat cheese

  • 1 head of kale, stemmed and chopped finely

  • 1 cup sun-dried tomatoes (not in oil)

chopped finely salt and pepper

Instructions:

Preheat oven to 400 degrees F. Place kale in a large

pot and top with 1 Tbs of infused olive oil and ½

cup of water and heat over medium. Cover and

let steam for 2 minutes. Remove top and sauté for

several more minutes, until all kale has wilted.

Add in sun-dried tomatoes and cook for 3 more

minutes. Set aside. Slice chicken pieces in half and

using a mallet, pound chicken slices to make them

thinner. Crumble a tablespoon or so of goat cheese

onto each piece of chicken and top with about 2

tablespoons of the kale and sun-dried tomato

mixture. Roll up pieces and place seam side down

in a baking dish. Top with freshly ground salt and

pepper. Bake for 25 minutes or until chicken has

cooked all the way through and is no longer pink.

Drizzle remaining 2 Tbs of infused olive oil over

dish and serve warm.

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No Bake Peanut Butter “Pot” Pie

Ingredients: Instructions: Chocolate Graham Cracker Crust: (You can also use store bought) 1½ cups of graham
Ingredients:
Instructions:
Chocolate Graham Cracker Crust:
(You can also use store bought)
1½ cups of graham cracker crumbs
(chocolate or regular can be used)
¼ cup of white sugar
¾ cup CannaButter, melted
In a medium sized bowl combine
graham cracker crumbs, white
sugar, and melted CannaButter
until incorporated. Pour into a 8-9
inch pie pan and press firmly on
the bottom and side of the pan to
form the crust. Put in the fridge
while you make the filling.
For the Filling:
8 oz cream cheese, softened
½ cup confectioners' sugar
½ cup infused Mystery
Baking Company peanut butter
8 oz whipped topping (like cool whip),
thawed
Whipped cream, chocolate syrup
(optional toppings)
To make the filling:
Beat the
cream
cheese,
confectioners'
sugar, and infused peanut butter
until smooth. Fold in the thawed
cool whip.
Pour into the graham cracker crust
and spread evenly on top. Chill for
2-3 hours or overnight.

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Reefer-licious Red Beans and Rice

INFUSED RECIPES No Bake Peanut Butter “Pot” Pie Ingredients: Instructions: Chocolate Graham Cracker Crust: (You can

Instructions:

Ingredients:

  • 2 (1-pound) cans red kidney beans

  • 1 tablespoon olive oil

  • 2 large cloves garlic, lightly crushed with the side of a knife blade and minced

  • 1 large red onion, diced

  • 1 stalk celery, diced

  • 1 green bell pepper, sctem and seeds removed and small diced

  • 1 teaspoon onion powder

  • 1 teaspoon salt 1/2 teaspoon ground black pepper

  • 1 tablespoon of your favorite hot sauce

  • 2 and ½ cups vegetable or chicken stock

  • 1 and ¼ cup white or brown rice

  • 2 tablespoons CannaButter or infused coconut oil. We recommend Mystery Baking Company

Heat olive oil over medium-high heat in a large saucepan. Saute garlic, onion, celery, and bell peppers until tender. Stir in kidney beans, onion powder, salt, pepper, and infused hot sauce. Reduce heat to low and let mixture simmer slowly while you cook the rice. Bring the stock to a boil and stir in rice and 1 tablespoon of canna-butter or infused coconut oil. Return to a boil, reduce heat to low, cover and cook for 20 minutes without removing the lid. Remove from heat and let stand for 5 minutes. Fold rice and beans gently together and transfer to a serving dish. Add the remaining tablespoon of infused butter or oil. Add more hot sauce if you like.

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High Protocol: CannaBDSM at The Folsom Street Fair

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Siouxsie Q

Every year thousands of local and tourists

flock to the streets of San Francisco in their

finest leather, latex to celebrate the Folsom

Street Fair--the world’s largest celebration of bondage, discipline, sadism, and masochism (often referred to as BDSM, S/M, or kink). The fair is a community gathering in the heart of a city known for innovation, as well as the arts, and LGBT activism, but the activities inside the gates of this street festival would make even Christian Grey himself blush. Adult oriented activities aside, street festivals like the Folsom Street Fair, while visually and socially stimulating, can also take quite a toll on the body, mind, and spirit. Big crowds, hot sun, and concrete can leave a person exhausted and overwhelmed, which can impede one’s desire and bandwidth for kinky play, even when fueled by a seemingly endless supply of over-priced beer. I knew there had to be a better way.

This year I teamed up with transgender activist, porn star, and cannabis entrepreneur Buck Angel to create a space nestled right in the heart of the festival that would provide a respite for cannabis users within the chaos of the celebration. Thus, High Protocol was born: a “CannaBDSM” party where people could hydrate, medicate, and even play a little before heading back out into the festival madness. Local cannabis entrepreneurs were invited to showcase their products for attendees, including Oakland Extracts who sponsored a beautiful and educational dab bar throughout the day.

Two unique medicated intimate lubricants were also present: Velvet Swing, an innovative

Photos: A & J Studio

water-based, condom safe THC lubricant and Quim Rock, an intimate oil that both supports vaginal health, and claims to enhance and intensify sensation and climax. Talent Testing,

an STI screening service serving the adult film

performer population showed up with free condoms and info about safer sex practices, and Buck gave a talk on his new CBD topical products: Buck’s Balm.

The THC infused strawberry lemonade was

flowing and the pre-rolls were plentiful as Los

Angeles based performers Bettie Bondage and Bella Bathory of Femme Domme Fatale took to the stage just after 4:20 to top the day off with heart stopping sideshow burlesque featuring stockings, heels, and power tools. One attendee was heard saying their performance was, by far, the craziest thing he had ever seen at Folsom-- but maybe it was just the edibles talking.

As the sun set and the fair began to break down, the last remaining guests watched from the safety of their indoor window seating while less fortunate souls scrambled half naked and drunk through the quickly darkening streets. Behind the glass, the vibe was mellow and satiated as we nibbled on CBD chocolates. When the time

finally came to lock up and head out in search of

burritos, the consensus between attendees and organizers alike was that High Protocol was a grand success. The next installment of kinky cannabis events and entertainment is already in the works. Go to HighProtocolParty.com for updates.

Siouxsie Q is an author, activist, performer, and the creator and host of The WhoreCast podcast.

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Cannabis Supper Club: A Dream Come True

Keiko Beatie

As growth, change and cannabis legalization are coming to fruition, some of us are realizing that our dreams are about to come true. Over

two years ago Marc Leibel dreamt of a curated

culinary supper that highlighted the flower

and tantalized the taste of each course with the perfect puff. On a perfect summer Saturday

night, with the balmy ocean breeze starting to cool off the heat of the day I was honored to attend the inaugural event by the Cannabis Supper Club. An enchanting evening where

cultivated flowers were paired with a seven

course gourmet meal.

The setting was a private location with charming engaging hosts at the entrance. Rustic décor was displayed with specially chosen vendors whose products were matched to accompany the dinner to perfection. Daron Story, who represented WonderBrett, shared that the cultivator had carefully chosen each

flower to enhance each course of our meal.

The earthy setting was a long table beautifully set that had six tiny jars careful lined up with a personal pipe and the menu of seven courses

listing each course with the paired flower. Chef Rocco presented our first course: Shigoku

Oyster with yuzu honeydew granita and micro mint. The second course was a Grilled

Peach & Frisee’ Salad paired with the flower

Candyland as Darren felt the essence of the

flower sent well with the togarashi spice and

basil oil within the dressing for the salad. With each bite, inhalation and savoring moments of the combination was developing the Supper Club to be more than one person’s dream come true. Being a vegetarian both Chef Rocco and Marc accommodated me and I didn’t feel deprived at all. I was inhaling deeply with each course, what more could a Sativa Foodie Lady experience of ignis fatuus than on this dinner.

Of the celebratory epicurean guest were Dr. Johnathan Cachat and lovely wife Hannah who were visiting from Ohio. Dr. Cachat is a well-known authority of lighting levels for optimum plant growth, Jay O’Keeffe of Baily’s Dog CBD, Winn Sawyer of Innovative Edibles Nume, Marie Sabler of Speakeasy shared the

effective CBD to the appreciative diners, Stephen Beyer of Func Art Gallery one of the premium glass art galleries in Southern California. Stephen had amazing pieces of the exquisite glass art on display throughout the Cannabis Supper Club. Presentations by a beautiful cannabis couple Mike and Laura Teague of Scorpion Coffee and their quality vape cartridges were also a cherished factor of the illuminating dinner. Each representative shared a heartfelt story of connection with the plant, family and community and it made it meaningful and poignant. Thus giving guests knowledge and appreciation of the connection of cannabis and substantial understanding to the desires that Marc wanted to share with us of his vision and dream.

The other amazing courses that tantalized our

oral fixations were Legume Risotto, paired

with a flower of Lemon Juice, the basil oil

really made the fava bean and snap peas come

alive in each bite. Shhh don’t tell anyone as I licked my plate when no one was looking.

Pacific Halibut was matched with the flower

Strawberry Bubblegum, and Flank Steak with

the flower Orange Banana. Chef Rocco knew

his skills as the meat was so tender he didn’t

even have a steak knife on the table as many of the Cannabis Supper Club guests said the beef melted in their mouth. The dessert of Mango Panna Cotta with Kiwi Gelee’ we smoked with a Pineapple OG! The artist who created the menu was Chef Rocco whose culinary bio of award winning restaurants was apparent for each taste was adding to my dream coming true. That Marc’s vision

was in tune with the guests, the flower and

highlighted by Chef Rocco’s creative menu

that made each inhalation of cannabis flower

come alive for a gourmandizing combination of the Cannabis Supper Club.

The next Cannabis Supper Club event will be held in Santa Monica, California on August 24th. Please you Foodie brothers and sisters go logo on to www.cannabissupperclub. com and book your place at a feast of the cannabis senses that will have your taste buds in an orgasmic crescendo of nirvana. www. cannabissupperclub.com

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Getting Stoned in San Francisco Two Parties, One Week

Darcy Thompson

I’ve been working in the Cannabis Industry

for four years and I’ve had the privilege

to go to my fair share of events. I’ve been

to first-time shows that have become the

industry standard like Chalice, to events

almost a decade old legacy event known

as the Emerald Cup, that always have the

best weed California has to offer. So when

a pretty girl asked me to go to Hempcon,

the answer was yes. It was a show friends

had been too every year, coming back

with with tons of samples but I had just

never made it. Known as the bottom of

the barrel event, my standards were low.

I decided to go on the last day, at the

end of the day, to avoid lines. It cost $12

to park, $40 to get in and was cash only.

I was like fine, compared to other shows

that is still pretty cheap, but paying $52

before you are going to shop, is a chunk

of change. This no frills event was inside

the Cow Palace. The last time I’d been to

that venue was for NorCal High Times,

quite the contrast. There was a tiny stage

inside, a trickle of people walking around,

compared to multiple outdoor stages I’d

seen before.

A booth in the back asked me if there were

more people in the front, but the truth was

there was more people in the back, like

they wanted to feel the event was better

attended and were pooling away from the

emptiness by the front door. I was having

a good time. The truth is I always try and

bring the party and any time there is good

weed I’m a happy lady. So I’m walking

around dabbing at all the booths that look

interesting, getting pretty high, my plan

had worked, there weren’t lines. I had

brought a few hundred bucks to spend,

hoping to get some deals, to find some

special strains, like going to the farmer's

market instead of the grocery store. I’m

cheap, I’m always looking for the deals

and we did find them.

Since I’m in the Industry I try and see all the

booths at shows if I can, but after an hour

or so, I’d spent most of my money. Four to

five $5 joints of strains I’d never tried and a

few eighths, my favorites were Orange Berry

White and Jack Sparrow. I bring a ziplock bag

for edible samples, since I get too high if I eat

them all at events. I had a few to try but you

could get deals as low as $5 for 100 mg bags

of gummies. My friend Angie stumbled into

a booth that had $30 oz’s of Sour Diesel, that

was worth a trip to the atm, since by then I

had blown my budget. The best dabs I found

were Sour Tangie bho, their deal was three

grams for $100. So, went back and bought two

of those and a Guava upon recommendation.

I was happy to find some hash in the Blue

strain family, two grams for $30. That is

actually a pretty standard price for hash,

the underdog right now of the concentrates

out there, for some unknown reason as it is

delicious and hits hard.

By far the best part of the show was when

Dank Dutchess, the genius artisan hash

maker from Oakland who plays Mozart to

her luscious green cannabis garden on a steel

drum, showed up. It had taken us a while

to find her and we were content missing

the rest of the show, our budgets blown.We

found an empty booth to sit where Dutchess

began to roll a hash joint fatter than your

standard cigar. You hit it the same way and

we watched as hardcore cultivators cough

and pass the fatty around. I’m feeling pretty

good about making it to the party, I’m having

fun. So when Bobby Dabs invited us back to

their booth to dab, I was stoked. I always like

meeting the farmer and trying their goods.

We were walking to his booth when security

stopped me. “Excuse me, everyone without a

vendor pass has to leave now.” I look down

at my phone, the time 6:23. I’d only arrived

at 3:30, the event listed till 7 pm online, I was

shocked to be approached like that. I yelled

to my friends who waved me through, but

it left a bad taste in my mouth. I drove from

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Oakland, paid my $52 to get in and I could

have gone without being asked to leave

early. Even though we didn’t leave at that

moment, that was it for me. One more dab

and we were out the door. I was offended.

I had a bag full of cannabis but that will be

my last time going to Hempcon.

Since I work for Ed Rosenthal, an activist

with over forty years in the game, he was

around before there was an industry.

Once the only source of information on

Marijuana before the internet, I found

out about a private party in San Francisco

through Ed’s mail. He had been invited

by Jaszmin Hupp, one of the founders of

Women Grow, and I thought instantly, I

need to go to this party. I asked her for

staff tickets and was happy to get the ok

from her to crash it free, the tickets listed

as $120, far outside my budget. It was

Thursday night, a half hour before the end

of the party, when I finally arrived at the

Clock Tower SF, an 8.5 million dollar suite

you can see on the side of the 580. Luckily

a nice local that lived in the building let

me in and walked me to the right elevator.

I made it! Instructions to dress your

best had been sent out and I went full

glam, high heels, jewels and hair done. I

embraced the fanciness of the party. They

had drank all the champagne by the time

I got there, but I didn’t care as my friend

Elizabeth and I dashed to the top of the

clock tower, barefoot since it is a historical

building. It was amazing as floor after

floor of this party was filled with beautiful

women lounging on white fur throws on

the floor. The artist of the night had art

nouveau inspired giant works on every

floor, helped make the event even more

glamorous. At the top of the fourth floor,

we ran into Jazmin, in a golden dress

adding a foot tall gold headdress to her

hair, models on all floors had them as well.

She looked like she could have been in

one of the paintings. I introduced myself

and thanked her for hosting the

party.

.

She told me I could smoke. I was thrilled

to hear it, she handed me an ashtray. I

rolled up a Jack Sparrow joint and happily

medicated, lounging and taking in this

once in a lifetime party. I was even egged

on by a redheaded retro maven who

encouraged me to climb the last 30 legs of

a scary metal ladder to the tippy top, the

unlit and eerie roof area above the clock. I

didn’t stay long. We made our way down

the four floors, smoking of course, back to

the bottom to grab a CBD mocktail.

It wasn’t till we were there that I realized

I was the only one at the party smoking,

my first disappointment. I met a women

edible maker who gave me some of her

chocolates and finished my joint. After

chatting up a few people at the party I

found many were in tech industry. I saw

women powerhouses like Mary Shapiro,

a trademark attorney in cannabis,

and Aundre Speciale the owner of the

dispensary CBCB in Berkeley. She gave

me a hug but besides them I didn’t meet

anyone else that were really industry

people.

This evening was everything I imagined

a San Francisco private cannabis party

to be, the total opposite of Hempcon. It

is a rare thing to go to a cannabis event

with more women than men. I don’t have

anything negative to say besides the lack

of cannabis consumption and that it was

obviously for the one percent, the elite, the

same people taking a lot of character away

from the diversity San Francisco once

embraced. Fabulous ambience, elegant

women, and weed. I was pretty much in

heaven. That closed out my week getting

stoned in SF. I broke into my goodie bag

from the party when I got home and tried

out the pre rolls before I went to sleep, to

rest. More stoner stories to come.

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Patrick Ian Moore
Patrick Ian Moore

What does an eighth of cannabis

actually weigh? That’s easy: 3.5

grams, right? Well, let’s take a quick

peek into the crazy world of weights,

measures, and math. It’s a little more

confusing than you might think. There

are 453.592 grams in a pound. At 3.5

grams per eighth of an ounce and 16

ounces per pound, that adds up to 448

grams. So where’s the other almost 6

grams go? Stems. Seeds, and samples?

Sometimes maybe, but certainly

not always. Marijuana arithmetic is

peculiar and uses strange quantities

not seen in many other products. Like

Zac Efron’s character Teddy says in

Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising, “I suck at

math. I’m good at weed.” So what’s the

explanation? It’s complicated, so I spoke

with professional mathematician and

comedian George Pete Caleodis and he

filled me in on some of the historical

details.

Let’s start with the fact that one Pound

is equal to 7000 Grains. The pound

is a unit of mass in imperial and US

customary systems. “Grain” is a unit of

mass and based on the average mass of

a seed of a cereal, barley or wheat. The

avoirdupois pound, also known as the

wool pound, first came into general use

in 1300 AD. It was initially equal to 6992

grains and the pound was divided into

16 ounces. During the reign of Queen

Elizabeth, the avoirdupois pound was

redefined as 7000 grains. Since then, the

grain has often been an integral part of

the avoirdupois system.

Historians agree that Gabriel Mouton,

the vicar of St. Paul’s Church in France,

is the founding father of the metric

system. He proposed a decimal system

of measurement in 1670. Mouton based

it on the length of one minute of arc

of a great circle of the Earth, or 1852

meters (a nautical mile). However, the

metric system wasn’t officially adopted

by the French government until 1795.

A scientific conference was held in

1798 with representatives from the

Netherlands, Switzerland, Denmark,

Spain, and Italy to validate the metric

system’s foundation.

Most countries use the Metric System,

which uses measuring units such as

meters and grams and adds prefixes

like kilo, milli and centi to count orders

of magnitude. In the United States, we

use the older Imperial system, where

things are measured in feet, inches

and pounds. Before the metric system

of measurement came into existence,

there were a variety of different systems

being used, which caused a lot of

difficulty in conversion, interfering in

international trade and commerce. The

metric system is far simpler and seems

more efficient than the imperial system

of measurement.

Clearly part of the confusion comes from

dividing an imperial measurement, the

ounce or even pound, into metric units

(grams). It’s a problem unique to the

United States as well as to the world

of cannabis - and those two cultures

are pretty set in their ways. No clear

solution seems to be on the horizon

but it certainly begs the question: What

does your 8th of weed really weigh? Is

it 54.6875 grains? We may never know.

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Putting Disabilites First Darcy Thompson

Edibles Magazine Issue 39 EVENT RECAP TEXT HERE Putting Disabilites First Darcy Thompson Last weekend, I

Last weekend, I spent a day in San Francisco participating in activism at the Dyke March. I appreciated the speeches which spoke about the inclusiveness of the event. Empowevred

women taking up space. Radical in many ways, like no corporate sponsorship, this march was organized differently and a noticeable aspect was that it was led by people with disabilities. There was something poignant about it that touched my heart, and I didn’t immediately know why.

These women were not afraid; they were celebrating and showing off what others may see as a negative.

They were owning up to who they were and there was

no shame. I’ll never forget the first time I heard someone

praise medicating as an enhancement which blew my

mind. Liberal as I am, I’m still fighting against society's

brainwashing.

To participate in the current California non-profit system,

you must be a medical patient to be on the premises. So if you’re dealing with staff at your local dispensary they must have a medical reason to be using cannabis. They

also should have firsthand experience using marijuana to

help their ailments and they understand the difference it can make to quality of life. I realized this deeply changed

the entire industry and brought a level of compassion that might have not been there otherwise. We put people

with disabilities first too.

All of this is changing in 2018 where you can legally employ anyone 21 or older in your cannabis businesses. I hope the current industry and all the patients don’t just fade away, I also hope everyone with medical reasons to consume cannabis continue to take up space and be integrated as part of the legal market workforce. Doing business right, being inclusive, and having a diverse staff, is critical to keeping our industry special and different. Let’s hold onto the culture of compassion and caring for the most marginalized who are in need of love and support from our communities. Let’s not lose the soul of the current community and keep celebrating what was once kept hidden. Speak up and keep taking up space and be part of the future ...

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SAVE THE DATE SO CAL - OCT 21ST

Keiko Beatie

The Infused Expo is coming to town this

October. This is the premier education

event happening anywhere in the

cannabis space, directed towards the

edibles, topicals, tinctures, extraction,

concentrates and infusion industries. At

his full day event you’ll be educated on

the many important facets of packaging,

dosing, testing, marketing, branding and

everything else you need to know when

starting a manufacturing business.

With some of the who’s who of the top

brands sharing on how they created

successful companies, such as Ed Breslin

of Xternal and Maya of Maya and Whoopi.

These leaders in the topical category have

inspiring stories and have shaped the

way for people to feel comfortable about

using cannabis as topical medicine.

On Saturday, October 21st at the Casa

Vertigo in Downtown LA the Infused

Expo will take place from 10 am to 7 pm.

Appearing as a Keynote Speaker is Ed

Rosenthal, who now has the Stardust line

of water soluble instant THC powder. Ed

is most well known as the “The Master

Grower” within the cannabis community

and his bestselling book “How To Grow

Marijuana” is the only book within the

cannabis library that has been reviewed

by The New York Times. Ed is in high

demand as his insight and information

are coveted by many in the cannabis

industry.

At the end of the day at the Infused Expo,

you’ll feel more prepared to be part of

one of the fastest growing facets of the

cannabis industry. It is projected that

within 5 years this branch of the cannabis

industry will grow 30 % from where we

are at this time in the edible, topical

platform. Casa Vertigo is located in

Downtown Los Angeles with lots of Free

Parking at 1828 Oak Street, Los Angeles,

CA. If you are interested in attending,

becoming a vendor, or being a part of the

Infused Expo please call 310-601-7299,

email info@infusedexpo.com or visit

the website at www.infusedexpo.com

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What About Concentrates?

Dr. Mike Wooly, MJWooly.com

Q.

Dr Mike,

can you

concentrate is?

tell

me what

a

  • A. A concentrate is an extraction from

cannabis, which sounds like it’s something

pulled or removed from cannabis, and

that is exactly what it is. But, that’s a

simple answer to a complex question.

Concentrates are a condensed form of

cannabis — usually THC or CBD — with

cannabinoid levels that range from 50-90

percent. Concentrates can be vaporized for

a very strong effect or used to make infused

products that are equally potent.

  • Q. How do you make concentrates?

  • A. Concentrates can be made several

ways. A traditional concentrate is hashish.

This extract can be made by physically

separating the *trichomes from flower/

bud and pressing into hashish.

Today, the most common ways that

concentrates are made involve using

solvents such as butane, carbon dioxide

or alcohol. These dissolve and strip

the cannabinoids from plant material.

The solvent is then removed through

evaporation, leaving behind a cannabis-rich

extract with an extremely high percentage

of THC.

Rosin is a newer form of concentrate

that uses heat and pressure to remove

cannabinoids. Rosin is gaining popularity

for it’s raw/organic natural methods. It’s

origins are less glamorous. Early rosin was

made by using a hair curling or flat iron,

some may allegedly have been borrowed

from an unknowing sister or girlfriend,

and pressing the plant material between

wax paper. We don't recommend using

that technique if you value a relationship

with the women in your life.

  • Q. Can you talk further about rosin?

  • A. Rosin is the hottest concentrate that’s

been hitting dispensary shelves. It is made

by pressing kief or flower under heat and

pressure to remove the cannabis oil. The

resulting concentrate is high quality and

very close to the original flower profile.

It’s also one of the reason’s rosin has

become so popular. Purist’s prefer rosin

because it’s like smoking a super bud!

  • Q. How many types of concentrates are

there?

  • A. Really there are too many to keep

track. It seems like every day a new

extract artist is creating their own

unique extraction. Common types

include: hashish — dry sift, bubble, ice

water, full melt; Shatter — BHO, CO2 oil

(commonly used in vape pens); Distillate

— (highly pure cannabis oil); Crumble,

Wax, Rosin, nug run, Live Resin, Sap,

Budder, and Rick Simpson Oil (R.S.O.

or whole plant alcohol extraction). These

are all concentrated forms of cannabis.

Depending on the starting material,

extraction method, and any other

processing steps, concentrates vary in

quality, flavor profile and consistency.

  • Q. Why use and/or make concentrates?

  • A. Concentrates can be a pleasurable

experience when vaporized! The effects

often feel more clear-headed when

compared to smoking flower. Also,

concentrates allow you to consume

larger amounts of cannabinoids

compared to smoking flower, which is

often necessary for those with breathing

issues or managing a chronic illness.

Concentrates are also ideal starting

materials for making infused products

and edibles.

  • Q. How do you smoke concentrates?

  • A. One of the best ways to smoke

concentrates is dabbing them on a *rig.

It provides a great flavor profile and a

large rip that is a very efficient way to

medicate. The most convenient and

discreet way is to buy a cartridge filled

with concentrate and vape with a battery

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pen. You can also mix them with flower

and smoke them the same way you

usually enjoy flower. However, this is

not very efficient and a fair amount of the

concentrate will be wasted.

Q. How is the high from a concentrate

different from flower or an edible?

A. For starters, the effect is much stronger

from concentrates when compared to

flower. A well-grown flower has the

truest *entourage effect, but properly

made concentrates exaggerate this effect.

Simply stated, sativas feel more sativa and

indicas more indica. My personal opinion

is that the high is more clear-headed than

smoking flower.

Q. Are concentrates safe?

A. From a biological perspective

concentrates are safer than smoking

flower because you aren’t burning and

inhaling as much plant material, which

can potentially cause health problems.

As long as they are properly made from

pesticide-free cannabis and all of the

solvent has been completely removed,

concentrates should be safe to consume.

The danger in consuming concentrates

has more to do with the user. You may

have seen YouTube videos of people

dabbing entire grams, coughing their

brains out and then passing out….Please

be responsible. Only take what you need

and don’t do anything that you normally

wouldn’t do intoxicated, such as advanced

physics equations or driving a tractor to

till the fields. For some people, I don't even

recommend driving while playing GTA

Online. You’ll just embarrass yourself in

front of the internet.

  • Q. What is the difference between THC

and CBD concentrates?

  • A. The only real difference is the starting

material. THC concentrates are made

from plants that are high in THC. CBD

concentrates are made from plants high in

CBD.

  • Q. Do you use concentrates?

  • A. Yes, frequently! I love the experience of

dabbing a fragrant well-made concentrate.

The effect is often euphoric and I often use an

indica to relax and wind down before bed.

Since concentrates are more cost-effective

than smoking flower, usually a tiny dab

will get me where I need to be

...

It can take

me a whole joint to feel the same effect.

Glossary of Terms:

*Trichomes: little bulbs of goodness that

contain cannabinoids

*Rig:

A bong

like glass

piece used to

vaporize concentrates

*Entourage effect: Blend of cannabinoids

and terpenes

 

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Strain used: Organic/Hybrid

Made with: Cannabis Extract

Dosage available: 15MG per piece, sold

in packs of 5

Available in: OREGON

Medical & Recreational

www.TheGoodGumCo.com

www.TheGoodGumCo.com

thegoodgumcompany@gmail.com

@thegoodgumcompany

 
THE GOOD GUM COMPANY Type: Infused Gum in Peppermint, Grape, Cinnamon, and Double Bubble Strain used
TD MINTS Type : Confections, Hard Candies, Taffy Strain used : Hybrid or Mix Made with:
 
TD MINTS Type : Confections, Hard Candies, Taffy Strain used : Hybrid or Mix Made with:

TD MINTS

Type : Confections, Hard Candies, Taffy

Strain used: Hybrid or Mix

 

Made with: BHO Extraction

Dosage available: 70-100mg

Available in: ARIZONA

 
www.TDMints.com Twitter.com/TDMints

www.TDMints.com

Twitter.com/TDMints

 

Facebook.com/T.D.Mints

Instagram.com/TDMints

 
 
TD MINTS Type : Confections, Hard Candies, Taffy Strain used : Hybrid or Mix Made with:
TD MINTS Type : Confections, Hard Candies, Taffy Strain used : Hybrid or Mix Made with:
TD MINTS Type : Confections, Hard Candies, Taffy Strain used : Hybrid or Mix Made with:
TD MINTS Type : Confections, Hard Candies, Taffy Strain used : Hybrid or Mix Made with:
INFUSIONS Type: Brownies, Hard Candies, Caramels, Cake Pops, THC Capsules, etc. Strain used: OG, Sour Diesel,
INFUSIONS
Type: Brownies, Hard Candies, Caramels,
Cake Pops, THC Capsules, etc.
Strain used: OG, Sour Diesel, Jack Herer
Made with: CannaButter,
Canna Coconut Oil, Alochol Based
Tincture, BHO Extraction
Dosage available: 200mg-700mg
Available in: CALIFORNIA
www.properrx.com
infusions215@gmail.com
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PHARM AIDE PHARMS Type: High Quality Flowers, Pre-Packaged Cannabis Bud Flower Strain used: Sativa, Indica, Hybrid,
PHARM AIDE PHARMS
Type: High Quality Flowers, Pre-Packaged
Cannabis Bud Flower
Strain used: Sativa, Indica, Hybrid, CBD
Made with: Cannabis
Dosage available: Varies by Product
Available in: CALIFORNIA & COLORADO
www.PharmAidePharms.com
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EVERGREEN ORGANIX Edibles: Cookies, Brownies, Honey Sticks, Hard Candy, Gummies, Tinctures, Chocolate Bars Flower: Sativa, Indica,
EVERGREEN ORGANIX
Edibles: Cookies, Brownies, Honey Sticks,
Hard Candy, Gummies, Tinctures,
Chocolate Bars
Flower: Sativa, Indica, Hybrid
Vapes: Disposables, Vaporizers, Cartridges.
Topicals: Body Cream, Lip Balm, Bath Balm,
Massage Oil
Dosage available: Varies by Product
Available in: NV (Nevada Takes Out-of-State
Medical Marijuana Recommendations!)
www.EvergreenOrganix.com
Twitter.com/EvergreenMMJ
Facebook.com/EvergreenOrganixLV
Instagram.com/evergreenorganix
KIND XTRACTOR Type: CBD Broker, Hemp Extraction, Wholesale Sales, CBD Oil, American Grown CBD Hemp Madewith:
KIND XTRACTOR
Type: CBD Broker, Hemp Extraction,
Wholesale Sales, CBD Oil, American Grown
CBD Hemp
Madewith: CBD Hemp, CBD Hemp Oil
Dosage available: Varies by Product
Available in: Nationwide All 50 States
www.KindXtractor.com
Instagram.com/KindXtractor

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KANNA EDIBLES Type: Vegan Sour gummies, Vegan hard candies, Vegan coconut caramels, salted caramels Strain used:
KANNA EDIBLES
Type: Vegan Sour gummies, Vegan hard
candies, Vegan coconut caramels, salted
caramels
Strain used: Hybrid Strain or Mix
Made with: Hash Oil, Alochol Based Tincture
Dosage available: Hard Candies - 100mg
(3.5mg per candy), Sour Gummies "Gomitas"
200mg - (10mg per gummy), Salted Caramels
- 100mg (20mg per caramel)
Available in: CALIFORNIA
www.kannaedibles.com
Instagram.com/kannaedibles
Facebook.com/Kannaedibles
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SUPREME ORGANICS Type: Organic Gummies, Fruit Chews, and Almond/Peanut Butter, Caramel Chocolate Cups, Nougat Chocolate Bars
SUPREME ORGANICS
Type: Organic Gummies, Fruit Chews,
and Almond/Peanut Butter, Caramel
Chocolate Cups, Nougat Chocolate Bars
Strain used: Hybrid Strain/Mix
Made with: Secret Concentrate
Dosage available: Varies by Product
Available in: CALIFORNIA
www.SupremeOrganics.com
VARAVO Type: Chocolate Chunks & Vape Cartridges Strain used: Indica, Sativa, Hybrid, CBD Made with: C02
VARAVO Type: Chocolate Chunks & Vape Cartridges Strain used: Indica, Sativa, Hybrid, CBD Made with: C02

VARAVO

Type: Chocolate Chunks & Vape Cartridges

Strain used: Indica, Sativa, Hybrid, CBD

Made with: C02 Concentrate

Dosage available: Varies by Product

Available in: CALIFORNIA

www.Varavo.com Instagram.com/Varavo

www.Varavo.com

Instagram.com/Varavo

VARAVO Type: Chocolate Chunks & Vape Cartridges Strain used: Indica, Sativa, Hybrid, CBD Made with: C02
VARAVO Type: Chocolate Chunks & Vape Cartridges Strain used: Indica, Sativa, Hybrid, CBD Made with: C02
VARAVO Type: Chocolate Chunks & Vape Cartridges Strain used: Indica, Sativa, Hybrid, CBD Made with: C02
VARAVO Type: Chocolate Chunks & Vape Cartridges Strain used: Indica, Sativa, Hybrid, CBD Made with: C02
KUSHY PUNCH Type: High Potency Fruit Chews & Disposable Vape Pens Strain used: Sativa, Indica, Hybrid,
KUSHY PUNCH Type: High Potency Fruit Chews & Disposable Vape Pens Strain used: Sativa, Indica, Hybrid,

KUSHY PUNCH

Type: High Potency Fruit Chews

& Disposable Vape Pens

Strain used: Sativa, Indica, Hybrid, CBD

Made with: Sugar Cane Alcohol Extraction

Dosage available: Sativa/Indica/Hybrid

(100mg), TKO (200mg), Recover (60mg THC

+30mg of CBD), CBD (60mg CBD)

Available in: CALIFORNIA

www.KushyPunch.com Instagram.com/official_kushypunch Facebook.com/getkushypunch Twitter.com/kushypunch

www.KushyPunch.com

Instagram.com/official_kushypunch

Facebook.com/getkushypunch

Twitter.com/kushypunch

KUSHY PUNCH Type: High Potency Fruit Chews & Disposable Vape Pens Strain used: Sativa, Indica, Hybrid,
KUSHY PUNCH Type: High Potency Fruit Chews & Disposable Vape Pens Strain used: Sativa, Indica, Hybrid,
KUSHY PUNCH Type: High Potency Fruit Chews & Disposable Vape Pens Strain used: Sativa, Indica, Hybrid,
KUSHY PUNCH Type: High Potency Fruit Chews & Disposable Vape Pens Strain used: Sativa, Indica, Hybrid,
INFUSED EDIBLES Type: Award Winning THC & CBD Gummies, Fruit & Nuts, Chamoy, Jerky, Take N’
INFUSED EDIBLES
Type: Award Winning THC & CBD
Gummies, Fruit & Nuts, Chamoy,
Jerky, Take N’ Bake Mixes,
CBD Tinctures & Vape Cartridges.
Strain Used:
Indica, Sativa, Hybrid THC & CBD
Made With: Solventless Distillate & Isolates.
Dosage Available: 75mg, 150mg, 300mg
THC Products available: California
CBD Products available: Worldwide
www.InfusedEdibles.org
Instagram.com/InfusedEdiblesCA
HEALTHY HIGH Type: Healthy, wholesome edibles Strain used: Hybrid and Indica Made with: Canna Coconut Oil
HEALTHY HIGH
Type: Healthy, wholesome edibles
Strain used: Hybrid and Indica
Made with: Canna Coconut Oil infused
with hig potency THC and CBD strains
Dosage available: Canna Coconut
Oil infused with high potency THC
& CBD strains
Available in: CALIFORNIA
www.HealthyHighEdibles.com
Twitter.com/HealthyHighMeds
Facebook.com/HealthyHighEdibles
Edibles List Issue 39 KOROVA Type: Cookies, Mint Chocolate, Brownies, ZASP CO. Blondies, High Dose/Extra Potent,
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KOROVA
Type: Cookies, Mint Chocolate, Brownies,
ZASP CO.
Blondies, High Dose/Extra Potent, Gluten
TO WHOM IT MAY CHOCOLATES
Type: Cannabis Infused Drinks
Free & Vegan Options, Popcorn
Type: Nutty Truffles & Bold, Boozy Bonbons
Strain used: Sativa, Indica, Hybrid
Strain used: Hybrid
Strain used: Sativa, Indica, Hybrid, CBD
Made with: C02 Extract, Other
Made with: Cannabis Infused Coconut Oil
Made With: Organic coconut oil
Dosage available: Varies by product
Dosage available: 150mg - 1000mg
Doses available: 2.5mg, 5mg, 15mg, 45mg
Available in: CALIFORNIA
Available in: CALIFORNIA
Available in: CALIFORNIA
www.ZaspCo.com
Order at: www.theartofedibles.com
Instagram.com/Zasp.Co
www.KorovaEdibles.com
Instagram.com/korovaediblesca
www.towhomitmaychocolates.com
Facebook.com/ZaspCo
IG: towhomitmaychocolates
Twitter.com/ZaspCo
Certified
Nutrition
CBD
Gluten Free
No GMO
Kosher
Organic
Raw
Peanut Free
Sugar Free
Vegan
Vegetarian
Kitchen
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CANNATOPICS Type: Pain Salve, Massage Oil, Sport Massage Oil, Body Lotion, Hash Bath, Lip Balm, Skin

CANNATOPICS

Type: Pain Salve, Massage Oil, Sport

Massage Oil, Body Lotion, Hash Bath,

Lip Balm, Skin Products, Topical

Tincture, First Aid Ointment

Strain used: Hybrid

Made with: Canna Olive Oil

Dosage available: Varies by Product

Available in: CALIFORNIA

www.CannaTopics.com Facebook.com/CannaTopics Instagram.com/CannaTopics Twitter.com/CannaTopics

www.CannaTopics.com

Facebook.com/CannaTopics

Instagram.com/CannaTopics

Twitter.com/CannaTopics

CANNATOPICS Type: Pain Salve, Massage Oil, Sport Massage Oil, Body Lotion, Hash Bath, Lip Balm, Skin
CANNATOPICS Type: Pain Salve, Massage Oil, Sport Massage Oil, Body Lotion, Hash Bath, Lip Balm, Skin
CANNATOPICS Type: Pain Salve, Massage Oil, Sport Massage Oil, Body Lotion, Hash Bath, Lip Balm, Skin
SUBLIME Type: THC & CBD Vape Cartridges, Indica & Sativa, Wax, Terpene Infused Pre-Rolls Cartridge Sold

SUBLIME

Type: THC & CBD Vape Cartridges, Indica

& Sativa, Wax, Terpene Infused Pre-Rolls

Cartridge Sold seperately: Yes

510 Threading: Yes

Strains used: Indica, Hybrid, Sativa, OG

Kush, Super Silver Haze

Made with: Co2 Oil, Full Spectrum

Terpenes, Kief

Dosage available: Varies by Product

Available in: CALIFORNIA

www.SublimeCo2.com

www.SublimeCo2.com

Instagram.com/Sublimeco2

SUBLIME Type: THC & CBD Vape Cartridges, Indica & Sativa, Wax, Terpene Infused Pre-Rolls Cartridge Sold

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Aloha! Extracts ALOHA EXTRACTS Type: Full Plant Extracts, OG Kush Shatter, Crumble Strain Used: Hybrid, Indica,
Aloha!
Extracts
ALOHA EXTRACTS
Type: Full Plant Extracts, OG Kush
Shatter, Crumble
Strain Used: Hybrid, Indica, Sativa, THC,
OG KUSH
Made with: BHO, CO2
Dosage available: Half Grams & Grams
Available in: CALIFORNIA
info@edibledistribution.com
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DRAGON BALM Type: Medicated Topicals Strain used: Hybrid or Mix Made with: Trim, Canna Infused Oil

DRAGON BALM

Type: Medicated Topicals

Strain used: Hybrid or Mix

Made with: Trim, Canna Infused Oil

Dosage available: Very High, Various

Available in: CALIFORNIA

LoveandLightBakery.com

LoveandLightBakery.com

 
DRAGON BALM Type: Medicated Topicals Strain used: Hybrid or Mix Made with: Trim, Canna Infused Oil
DRAGON BALM Type: Medicated Topicals Strain used: Hybrid or Mix Made with: Trim, Canna Infused Oil
DRAGON BALM Type: Medicated Topicals Strain used: Hybrid or Mix Made with: Trim, Canna Infused Oil
DRAGON BALM Type: Medicated Topicals Strain used: Hybrid or Mix Made with: Trim, Canna Infused Oil
DRAGON BALM Type: Medicated Topicals Strain used: Hybrid or Mix Made with: Trim, Canna Infused Oil
DRAGON BALM Type: Medicated Topicals Strain used: Hybrid or Mix Made with: Trim, Canna Infused Oil
DRAGON BALM Type: Medicated Topicals Strain used: Hybrid or Mix Made with: Trim, Canna Infused Oil
THE LIST Edibles List Issue 39 CANNATOPICS Type: Pain Salve, Massage Oil, Sport Massage Oil, Body
2015 Hempcon Winner, 2015 Dab Cup Winner W VAPES Type: Push Button & Direct Inhale Vaporizer
2015 Hempcon Winner, 2015 Dab Cup Winner
W VAPES
Type: Push Button & Direct Inhale Vaporizer
Cartridge sold separate: Yes
Disposable cartridge: Yes
510 Threading: Yes
Strains used: Hybrid, Indica, Sativa -
Strain Specific Flavors like Skywalker OG,
Green Crack, GSC, Fire OG, GDP.
Made with: Clear/Co2
Dosage available:500mg THC/300mg CBD
Available in: CALIFORNIA
www.WVapes.com
Instagram.com/WVapes
Facebook.com/WVapes
Twitter.com/W_Vapes
GOD’S GIFT BOTANICALS Type: All Natural Cannabis Infused Pain Salve, Topical Products, Cucumber Cannabis Body Scrub,
GOD’S GIFT BOTANICALS
Type: All Natural Cannabis Infused Pain
Salve, Topical Products, Cucumber Cannabis
Body Scrub, Coffee Cellulite Scrub, Lip Balms
Strain used: Hybrid, CBD
Made with: Coconut oil, Cannabis Oil
Available in: CALIFORNIA
godsgiftproducts@gmail.com
Instagram.com/gods_gift_balm
BRASS KNUCKLES Type: Auto Draw Vaporizer Cartridge Sold seperately: Yes Disposable cartridge: Yes 510 Threading: Yes
BRASS KNUCKLES Type: Auto Draw Vaporizer Cartridge Sold seperately: Yes Disposable cartridge: Yes 510 Threading: Yes

BRASS KNUCKLES

Type: Auto Draw Vaporizer

Cartridge Sold seperately: Yes

Disposable cartridge: Yes

510 Threading: Yes

Strains used: Hybrid, Indica, Sativa -

Strain Specific Flavors like Skywalker OG,

Strawberry Cough, Jack Herer, Gorilla Glue

Made with: Clear

Dosage available: 1000mg THC

Available in: CALIFORNIA

Available in: CALIFORNIA Instagram.com/BrassKnucklesOG MassRoots.com/BrassKnucklesOG brassknucklesog@gmail.com

Instagram.com/BrassKnucklesOG

MassRoots.com/BrassKnucklesOG

brassknucklesog@gmail.com

BRASS KNUCKLES Type: Auto Draw Vaporizer Cartridge Sold seperately: Yes Disposable cartridge: Yes 510 Threading: Yes
HONEY TREE MEDICINAL Type: Full Plant Extracts, Activated Co2 Oils, Terpene Rich Vapes,Disposables, Lotions, Pens, Tinctures
HONEY TREE MEDICINAL
Type: Full Plant Extracts, Activated Co2
Oils, Terpene Rich Vapes,Disposables,
Lotions, Pens, Tinctures
Strain Used: Hybrid, Indica, Sativa, THC,
CBD, Trainwreck, Gorilla Glue, Durban
Made with: Pure Ethanol Extract
Dosage available: 100mg - 500mg
Available in: CALIFORNIA
Instagram.com/honeytreemedicinal

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JAYN GREEN Type: Body Butter, Beard Oil and Beard Balm, Paraben-Free, 100% Natural, Not tested on
JAYN GREEN
Type: Body Butter, Beard Oil and Beard
Balm, Paraben-Free, 100% Natural,
Not tested on Animals
Strain used: Hybrid or Mix, CBD
Made with: Coconut oil, Cannabis Oil
Available: Nationwide
www.JaynGreen.com
Instagram.com/_JaynGreen
Facebook.com/TheJaynGreen
Twitter.com/_JaynGreen
FULLER LIFE REMEDIES Type: Balms, Tinctures, Topicals, Lotions, Creams, Cooking Oil, Female Lubricants, Sexual Enchancers, Serums,
FULLER LIFE REMEDIES
Type: Balms, Tinctures, Topicals, Lotions,
Creams, Cooking Oil, Female Lubricants,
Sexual Enchancers, Serums, Pet Products
Strain used: Hybrid or Mix, CBD
Made with: Other Extract
Available in: CALIFORNIA
www.FullerLife.com
THE LIST Esculent Oils Type: Organic Cooking Oils Strain Used: Organic Hybrid Made with: Organic GMO-free
THE LIST
Esculent Oils
Type: Organic Cooking Oils
Strain Used: Organic Hybrid
Made with: Organic GMO-free Canola Oil,
Organic Coconut Oil
Dosage: Serving size: 1 tsp OCCO-Organic
Cannabis Canola Oil, THC 25mg, Serving size:
1/4 tsp CANNA*COCO*BIS, THC 18.5mg
Available in: CALIFORNIA
www.esculentoils.com
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DEVIANT DABS Type: Shatter, Wax, and Rosin Strains used: Hybrid, Indica, Sativa - Strain Specific Flavors:
DEVIANT DABS
Type: Shatter, Wax, and Rosin
Strains used: Hybrid, Indica, Sativa -
Strain Specific Flavors: True OG, GDP,
Berry White, Lemon Kush
Made with: 100% Solvent Free Extraction
Dosage available: 500-1000mg THC
Available in: CALIFORNIA
Instagram.com/DeviantDabs
Twitter.com/DeviantDabs
Facebook.com/DeviantDabs
THE LIST Edibles List Issue 39 CANNATOPICS Type: Pain Salve, Massage Oil, Sport Massage Oil, Body
SPEED WEED Shop Name: Speed Weed Delivery Service Phone Number: 888.860.8472 Hours: 11am-2am Daily Free Overnight

SPEED WEED

 

Shop Name: Speed Weed Delivery Service

Phone Number: 888.860.8472

 

Hours: 11am-2am Daily

Free Overnight or Same Day Delivery

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