Edibles Guide to Marijuana

Guide to Marijuana Edibles

A Brief History of Edibles

For as long as people have been including cannabis in medical, spiritual, and recreational activities, it has been infused into food and drink. One of the more noteworthy and historic examples is the cannabis drink called bhang lassi (often known simply as “bhang”). Bhang has been an essential part of the Hindu religious festival known as Holi in India for thousands of years, where revelers openly drink and share the mixture of milk, sugar, spices, and cannabis.

In the U.S., because of laws prohibiting marijuana use and negative social attitudes toward cannabis, most production and consumption of edibles (as cannabis-infused foods and drinks are known) has taken place underground. But, the candies and cookies found at recreational stores and dispensaries today are a direct descendant of products that were sold in American stores in the 1800s. The American enterprise known as the Gunjah Wallah Company made a popular maple sugar hashish candy that they touted as a “most pleasurable and harmless stimulant guaranteed to be a complete mental and physical invigorator” (read more about the candy, and the fascinating history of marijuana, in Cannabis: A History). From the mid-1800’s through the turn of the century, this candy was sold over the counter in stores across the country, advertised openly in newspapers, and even featured in the Sears-Roebuck catalog.

Of course, prohibition came along, making the Gunja Wallah Company and all of its clientele very unhappy by proclaiming cannabis and products made from cannabis to be illegal. It was not until various states began to legalize medical marijuana in the late 1990’s that edible production formally resumed. Ever-increasing demand by medical marijuana patients for high-quality edibles led to a wide array of candies, sweets, drinks, lozenges, and other cannabis-infused alternatives to smoking. And now that several states have also legalized recreational marijuana and created regulatory agencies to ensure quality, there are more edibles available to cannabis users than ever.

Edibles have always been and will continue to be an extremely popular consumption option for marijuana users.

When a food or drink is cannabis-infused, it simply means that a cannabis product is used as an ingredient; however, using straight, raw pot in your recipes is not advisable. When raw marijuana is subjected to high temperatures, the psychoactive ingredient THC breaks down. But THC can be preserved and protected in cooking by combining your cannabis with butter or oils before it’s used in a recipe. Because THC is soluble in fat (meaning fat will absorb it), butter or oil is a perfect vehicle for getting marijuana into your favorite goodies:

  • Because it’s absorbed into the fat, you don’t lose THC effects during baking or heating
  • It’s easy to add cannabis to recipes using cannabutter or cannabis oil since most recipes call for butter or oil
  • Getting cannabis into the goodies with butter or oil helps mask the taste of cannabis in the edible

An Edibles Overview

Types of Edibles

The wide variety of edible products that contain cannabis fall into three uptake categories (i.e. how you take them and how they are absorbed).

Gastrointestinal Uptake (Eating Edibles)

When most people think of edibles, they envision something like the time-honored pot brownie that is absorbed into the system during digestion. Edibles like these – mostly foods and sweets – make up the gastrointestinal uptake category. Though it may take some time before their effects are felt, these edibles often produce a more intense and longer-lasting high.

Some edibles that are absorbed through gastrointestinal uptake are:

  • Brownies
  • Cookies
  • Candy bars
  • Snack mixes (trail mix)
  • Cakes
  • Capsules and pills
Oral Uptake

Other products on the edibles list are absorbed through saliva in your mouth and usually take the form of either hard candies you suck on, or drops or sprays that you place under your tongue.

These edibles take much less time than gastrointestinally-absorbed edibles to make their effects felt, but also wear off faster.

Some edibles that are absorbed through oral intake are:

  • Lozenges
  • Suckers/lollipops
  • Gum
  • Tinctures
  • Sprays

And then there are the edibles that defy categorization. Because they are absorbed both in your stomach and your mouth, they are considered to be hybrids.

Users may feel effects quickly from the THC absorbed in their saliva, and then feel the effects of absorption in the stomach long after the intiial high.

Hybrid edibles include:

  • Some chocolates, such as truffles
  • Sodas
  • Energy shots
  • Elixirs
  • Drink powders/drops/mixes
How Edibles Are Made

Many people choose to make their own edibles, experimenting with recipes and ingredients to find just the right tastes and effects. If you’re interested in making your own edibles, be sure to try some of our favorite recipes below.

But others prefer to simply buy their favorite cannabis-infused goodies from stores and dispensaries in states where medical and/or recreational marijuana is legal, primarily because they are:

  • Convenient
  • High quality (quality is controlled by regulatory bodies)
  • Proportioned appropriately (you know how much marijuana is in each serving)
  • Varied (there’s something for every taste bud)
  • Delicious!

So how are they produced?

  • Processors (the companies that make edibles) purchase marijuana from producers (growers).
    • Many of them buy the trim, or waste clippings, from producers’ harvests.
    • Don’t worry – trim still makes for a high-quality product.
  • They typically infuse the cannabis into foods and drinks via butter or oil (it doesn’t go directly into edibles in raw form).
  • After that, the process is not much different than the ones used to make your favorite grocery-store snack or soda with a commercial kitchen or industrial assembly line cranking out your favorite edible.
    • One major advantage to prepackaged edibles is that the cannabis is sure to be homogenized or spread evenly throughout the product. This means that all servings contain the exact same amount of THC (the psychoactive ingredient in marijuana).
  • Edibles are then packaged into single-serving portions (each usually contains about 10 mg of THC).
  • In states where recreational marijuana is legal, edibles may be sent for testing to ensure quality and quantity of THC per serving.
  • Once approved, edibles are sent to market where responsible cannabis users may purchase them

A few words of caution about the commercially processed edibles sold in stores and dispensaries:

  • Even on packages that explicitly state how much THC is in each serving, it is difficult to know how potent the edible is. You don’t know:
    • How potent the marijuana strain used is
    • The quality of the marijuana used
    • How that dosage will affect YOU individually
  • In states where only medical marijuana is legal, there may be little or no oversight of the production of edibles sold in dispensaries. That means:
    • No license is needed to produce them other than a commercial cooking license
    • No state-regulated testing for quality is conducted on the products
    • No assurances are given that products are free from allergens such as nuts (very important for people with peanut allergies!)

Above all, be cautious when consuming edibles, especially for the first time. Don’t hesitate to ask your store or dispensary for help. When you’re ready to try edibles, here are some edible best practices to help you consume responsibly.

Using Edibles

Edibles vs. Smoking

Why do cannabis users eat edibles in addition to, or instead of, smoking marijuana?

  • It’s an alternative to smoking.
    • Some people don’t like smoking, or find it to be too harsh on their lungs.
    • Edibles allow them to enjoy marijuana without smoking or inhaling.
  • It’s economical and efficient.
    • A little bit of weed goes a long way in preparing or cooking edibles
    • So eating just a small amount can be a more economical (and just as potent, if not more so) approach to achieving a high than buying bud.
  • It’s more discreet.
    • Edibles are portable, inconspicuous, and can be consumed anywhere.
    • This is particularly helpful in hotel rooms and other places where smoking is banned.
  • The high is different. When eating edibles, users find that:
    • The effects take longer to kick in than smoking – anywhere from 30 minutes to 2 hours
    • The high lasts longer than smoking – users can feel effects for as long as 4-8 hours
    • The high is stronger and more intense than smoking
    • This is why some medical patients prefer edibles for dealing with pain
Eating the Right Amount

So how much of a cookie, or how many gummies, should you eat?

The answer depends greatly on several factors, including:

  • How much cannabis was used in the product
  • How strong the cannabis is, or what strain it is
  • How evenly the cannabis was spread through the food
  • How cannabis usually affects the person ingesting it, and
  • What their tolerance is for cannabis

When consuming edibles purchased in stores or dispensaries, you should start with no more than a single serving. A single serving generally contains 5-10 mg of THC (as marked on the package) and each serving will be separately packaged or denoted in some way.

  • If you’re trying edibles for the first time, or if you are trying a new edible for the first time, eat half the recommended serving.
  • Wait an hour, or longer if this is your first time, before ingesting more
  • If you’re not feeling any effects, try eating a half-serving more

With homemade edibles, it is much more difficult to choose the right dosage and estimate potency.

  • Start by eating half of what you’d expect a single serving to be – so half of a brownie square, etc.
  • Wait an hour, or longer if this is your first time, before ingesting more
  • If you’re not feeling any effects, try eating a half-serving more

As we’ve mentioned, consuming marijuana edibles in any form impacts everyone differently. Learn more about how much to consume, and what to do if the edible you’ve ingested is too strong for you.

How to Make Edibles

Cannabis users of all kinds – recreational users and medical patients; new users and long-time enthusiasts – enjoy making their own edibles.

Making your own edibles can:

  • Be more cost-effective than buying them in a store or dispensary
  • Allow for experimentation with recipes
  • Allow users to create the right dosage with the right potency
  • Be a lot of fun

The basis of any edible recipe is a cannabis-infused baking ingredient, such as:

  • Butter
  • Milk
  • Cream
  • Cooking Oil
  • Flour

See our Marijuana Cooking Guide to learn more about making your own.

What kinds of edibles can you make on your own?

  • Treats – cookies, brownies, toffees, brittles, etc,
  • Hard candies
  • Gummies
  • Suckers and lollipops
  • Beverages – sodas, teas, alcoholic drinks, and more

See our Marijuana Cooking Guide to learn more about cooking with marijuana in general, along with some of our favorite recipes for:

  • Full meals
  • Breads
  • Dips
  • Snacks
  • Sweets
  • Drinks
  • And more

Read on below to find some of our favorite edible recipes from around the internet.

Our Favorite Edible Recipes

Caution: these recipes are delicious, but potent. Resist temptation – eat a small amount and wait a while to see how it will affect you. When eating weed food, be sure to use our Best Practices for Cooking with Marijuana, and if you overdo it, follow our suggestions to get through it.

Baked Goods

Perfect Pot Brownies

Perfect Pot Brownies

By: Doc 420

The classic edible, pot brownies, are a great starting point for first-time canna-chefs and a treat you can perfect over time. This recipe guides you through basic brownie-making using either cannabis- infused oil or weed butter.

Triple Chocolate Brownies

Triple Chocolate Brownies

By: Laurie Wolf

Looking for something a little more decadent? These fudge brownies – featuring nuts, white chocolate, and your favorite strain – take pot brownies to “the next level,” as advertised.

Chocolate Chip Weed Cookies

Chocolate Chip Weed Cookies

By: Dan “Dank” Kingston

Chocolate chip cannacookies are another edible standby. Be careful though – they’re delicious, so eat only what you can handle!

Cake Pot Pops

Cake Pot Pops

By: Grass City

Who doesn’t like cake on a stick? This recipe for cake pot pops makes over 60 of the little goodies – perfect for a party.

Crazy Cocoa Cupcakes

Crazy Cocoa Cupcakes

By: Bud S. Moker

A little cannabutter makes these chocolate cupcakes a bit “crazy.” Green frosting for special cupcakes is always encouraged.

Scooby Snacks


By: CulinaryCanabis

These chocolate/oatmeal/walnut cookies need only an ounce of cannaflour to bring out the inner Shaggy in you.

Super Food Space Balls

Super Food Space Balls

By: Felix

This super helpful step-by-step guide contains tons of pictures to help canna-chefs make this bite-size, vegan dessert perfectly.

Wake and Bake Coffee Cake


By: Herb Company

This cannabis-infused coffee cake is an excellent breakfast treat. Try using a sativa strain in your canna-oil to let the cake perk you up in the morning.

Candy and Sweets

For more sweets recipes, see our Marijuana Cooking Guide.

Chewy Chocolate Rolls

Chewy Chocolate Rolls

By: THChristi

Make your own medicated Tootsie Rolls. Just melt 20 of them (unwrapped, of course) in a crock pot and add 4 grams of kief, as well as sugar and condensed milk.

Cannabis Lollipops

Cannabis Lollipops

By: Gina van Zandt

Making weed lollipops takes a bit of effort but is well worth it; this recipe makes 14-16 infused lollipops.

Medicated Rice Krispie Treats

Medicated Rice Krispies Treats

By: Rob Schmidt

As the author of this recipe says “I loved rice krispie treats as a kid, now here’s a new way to love them as an adult!”

Nutella Firecrackers

Nutella Firecrackers

By: Old Hippie

This super quick, ridiculously easy-to-make recipe can help you make use of your ABV (Already Been Vaped) bud.

Pot Peanut Brittle

Pot Peanut Brittle

By: Eat Your Cannabis

Sweet and crunchy peanut brittle gets taken to a new level when cannabis-infused butter or oil is added to the recipe.

Super Chronic Caramels

Super Chronic Caramels

By: Chef C

For a tiny treat packed with THC, these caramels will do the trick. We suggest sprinkling a little sea salt on top when cooling.

Snacks and Munchies

For more snacks recipes, see our Marijuana Cooking Guide.

Aunt Sandy’s Medical Marijuana Popcorn

Aunt Sandy’s Medical Marijuana Popcorn

By: Sandy Moriarty

You don’t have to be a patient to indulge in a handful of popcorn drizzled with cannabutter.

Cannabis Trail Mix

Cannabis Trail Mix

By: THCFinder

Tossed with cannabutter and some crumbled herb, this trail mix is the perfect way to stay medicated while enjoying a hike, camping, or other outdoor activities.

Infused Granola

Infused Granola

By: Alexis Jones

Infused granola is a healthy, hearty snack. Experiment with your favorite ingredients, and use more or less coconut oil and agave nectar to give a cereal-like or clumpy texture..

Soft Sativa Pretzels

Soft Sativa Pretzels

By: Cannabis Search

You’ve probably enjoyed one of these big, soft pretzels at a sporting event. Now make your own medicated version for watching the game at home.

Weed Cheez-Its aka “Weez-Its”

Weed Cheez-Its

By: 7Deadly

Make one of the best snack foods even better by baking Cheez-Its with canna-oil. But don’t indulge in a whole box like you might normally – a small handful (around 5 crackers) will have you feeling the effects.


For more drinks recipes, see our Marijuana Cooking Guide.

Cannabis-infused summertime freshies

Cannabis Soda

By: Jessica Catalano

A super easy recipe for making cannabis fruit infused ice water.

Cannabis Tea

Cannabis Tea

By: Dr. Deborah Malka

On this web page, you’ll find two variations of a basic weed tea recipe. Be careful not to put weed directly into your tea – you’ll need to decarboxylate it first and then infuse it into butter or milk before using.

Cannabis Chai Tea

Cannabis Chai Tea

By: Zamnesia

This cannabis chai tea can be made vegan by using coconut oil instead of butter and soy, rice, almond, or coconut milk instead of cow’s milk.

Green Dragon

Green Dragon

By: 7Deadly

Green Dragon, aka weed vodka, is an extremely potent infusion. Just one or two drops under your tongue or in a drink will give you a high lasting up to 7 hours.

Marijuana Banana Shake

Marijuana Banana Shake

By: Johnny Green

For a cool, healthy shake, try this fruit-blended beverage. Top with whipped cream, nuts, and a cherry to make it more like a dessert.

Traditional Bhang Lassi

Traditional Bhang Lassi

By: Smokey

Learn how to make your own version of bhang lassi, one of the world’s oldest edibles and a staple for revelers during the Hindu festival of Holi.

Edibles Product Guide

Below is information about some of the best edibles available at recreational stores and dispensaries nationwide.

Please be aware that prices vary greatly nationwide, and will differ when purchased in a recreational store versus a dispensary. The prices noted are ballpark prices.

Baked Goods

Bliss Edibles Mint Chocolate Cupcake

Bliss Edibles Mint Chocolate Cupcake

Manufacturer: Bliss Edibles

Price: $14 per cupcake

This Miss Bliss’ trademark edible is a chocolate cupcake containing bits of Andes Mints (as well as THC), and is topped with a vanilla-mint cream cheese frosting.

Ettalew’s 7-Layer Bar

Ettalew’s 7-Layer Bar

Manufacturer: Ettalew’s

Price: $8 per bar

Ettalew’s is well-known around Puget Sound for their gourmet edibles, and their Snickerdoodle Blondie Bar is one of the most decadent. It’s made with graham crackers, butterscotch, milk chocolate, and pecans all elevated by bud butter and kief.


  • “They are absolutely delicious … and very potent” – Seattle Weekly
The Growing Kitchen Fantastic Brownie

The Growing Kitchen Fantastic Brownie

Manufacturer: The Growing Kitchen

Price: $12 for one brownie

The Growing Kitchen gives us their take on the classic pot brownie with this “Fantastic” version. It’s chewy, chocolaty, and for people with dietary restrictions, organic and dairy-free.


  • “A doozie of a brownie from one of Colorado’s finest edible purveyors” – Marijuana.com
Madame Munchie Macarons

Manufacturer: Madame Munchie

Price: $7 for one macaron / $25 for an assorted 5-pack of macarons

MMJ patients in California’s Bay Area adore Madame Munchie’s gourmet medicated macarons (meringue-based cookie-and-filling sandwiches). They’re so good that they’ve even been receiving press from mainstream foodie outlets.


  • “Without the word cannabis on the box, these beautiful macarons look as if they could come from a top Paris bakery” – Food and Wine
  • “This product blew the judges away with its high-end presentation, gorgeous appearance and high-quality ingredients” – First Place Winner, 2014 High Times San Francisco Cannabis Cup
OMG! Brownie Cheesecake

Brownie Cheesecake

Manufacturer: Sweet Mary Jane

Price: $11 per 150 mg square

Boulder, Colorado-based Sweet Mary Jane has a hit with this medicated brownie cheesecake that sits on top of a graham cracker crust and comes as sativa, indica, or a hybrid.


  • “[A] wickedly divine bar” – First place winner, Rooster’s 2013 THC Classic
SPOT Bites Cookies

SPOT Bites Cookies

Manufacturer: botanicaSeattle

Price: $35 for one pack (5 cookies)

Each SPOT Bites cookie contains 5 mg of THC. The chocolate chip cookies come infused with either indica or sativa.


The 4.20 Bar

The 4.20 Bar

Manufacturer: The Venice Cookie Co.

Price: $10 for one candy bar

The 4.20 bar is a medicated candy bar that comes in flavors including milk chocolate, dark chocolate and sea salt, HempCrunch, and more. Each bar contains 4.20 grams of cannabis, or 180 mg of THC, and some bars are gluten and/or corn syrup-free.


  • “It tasted just like a typical chocolate bar with a hint of cannabis, which is hardly noticeable” – Medical Jane
  • “If you’re looking for a high quality edible, The 4.20 Bar is one of the best that you can take” – Find Local Weed
  • “The serving sizes per dose are small, which is good if you are watching your sugar and calorie intake” – OC Weed Review
Blue Kudu

Blue Kudu

Manufacturer: Blue Kudu

Price: $20

Though tiny, each little Blue Kudu square contains 100 mg of THC, or 5 doses. This is truly the “Mighty Mouse” of edibles, and comes in flavors like toffee and cookies ‘n cream.


  • “Blue Kudu is one of the best edibles you can buy” – Weedist
Cheeba Chews

Cheeba Chews

Manufacturer: Cheeba Chews

Price: $15-22

Cheeba Chews places an emphasis on creating quality, reliable, and enjoyable products, and their Cheeba Chews caramels are a perfect example. They are available in a wide array of strains and potencies (the Indica, Sativa, and Hybrid have 70 mg of THC; the Deca Dose packs a whopping 175 mg; and the High CBD offers pain relief at 50 mg).


  • “If you are looking to avoid the head high/euphoria that typically accompanies using marijuana and want an alternative pain relief that leaves you unaltered otherwise, the CBD quad dose Cheeba Chew might be just the medicine for you” – The Cannabist
  • “Simply put, if you cannot deal with the flavor of medicine … the Deca Dose will be a rough experience in the flavor department” – Kind Reviews
Day Dreamers Medicinal Cannabis Chocolates

Day Dreamers Medicinal Cannabis Chocolates

Manufacturer: Day Dreamers

Price: $20-25 for one 180 mg bar (each bar is cut into 6 30mg squares)

California-based Day Dreamers has received nationwide recognition for their medicinal chocolates, which come packaged like gum in individually encapsulated pop-out squares. Bars come in flavors including Blueberry and Dreamcatcher 360 and are 100% pure organic.


  • “Judges appreciated the nutrition facts, plus the accurate lab-tested info and appropriate labeling… the chocolate is very tasty and high quality” – First place winner in the 2013 Seattle Cup, High Times
Dixie Chocolate Truffles

Dixie Chocolate Truffles

Manufacturer: Dixie

Price: $20 for one package (2 truffles)

Dixie’s delicious truffles incorporate a sativa dominant CO2 THC oil. Medical patients can purchase 300 mg (150 mg per truffle) goodie bags, while recreational patients will find 100 mg and 50 mg packages available.


  • “The effect was good, but the taste was average at best” – Leafly
The Growing Kitchen Chill Pills

The Growing Kitchen Chill Pills

Manufacturer: The Growing Kitchen

Price: $12 for one tin; each tin contains 10 5mg chill pills

Chill Pills are small lozenges that can help you relax – “with a sweet taste in your mouth and a new lease on life.” They come in Heavenly Honey Lemon (indica) and Sublime Spearmint (sativa) flavors.


  • “Sometimes sativa can make one jittery but this was just enough of a boost that kept me feeling good all day” – The Hemp Connoisseur
Incredibles Monkey Bar

Incredibles Monkey Bar

Manufacturer: Incredibles

Price: $10 for one bar

Cannabis enthusiasts are going ape for Incredibles’ Monkey Bar, which combines coconut and chocolate with bananas, walnuts, and 50 mg of THC.


  • “Incredibles infused chocolate bars are simply amazing” – Ladybud
  • “Nice smooth chocolate with the right amount of nuts … and only a hint of cannabis taste” – Democratic Underground
Sour Bhotz

Sour Bhotz


Price: $15 per package (2 bhotz)

One fat free, gluten free Bhotz gummy contains only 20 calories but packs 75 mg of THC.


  • “I only ate half of a bhot and I was flying. The citrusy sourness of the bhotz helps mask the cannabis flavor, creating a tasty edible experience” – DOPE Magazine
  • “There is a light bitterness in the finish of each bite … but overall the ‘green taste’ is much lower than other gummies of comparable potency” – Northwest Leaf

Manufacturer: At Home Baked Colorado

Price: $9 each

Finally, a pixie stick with some real pixie dust in it. These medicated candy powder sticks can be enjoyed on their own, dissolved in your favorite drinks, or used instead of sugar in your favorite recipes.


  • “Unlike many marijuana products, Stixx had very little cannabis taste with plenty of sugary goodness” – Karmaceuticals
  • “Taste wise, these are just like I remember pixie stix being when I was a kid; pretty much straight-up sugar, with only a hint of hash taste” – Weedist
Wana Rolls

Manufacturer: Wana Brands

Price: $12 for pack of 5 100mg rolls

These chocolate chewy rolls pack 100 mg of THC each and are available in Indica, Sativa, and Hybrid. Hybrid comes in three other flavors: chocolate raspberry, peppermint, and peaches ‘n cream.


  • “For high tolerance patients who enjoy edibles, I highly recommend checking out Wana” – Weedist
  • “Delicious” – Third place, Rooster’s 2013 THC Classic

Liquids and Beverages

Cannabis Lemonade

Cannabis Lemonade

Manufacturer: The Venice Cookie Co.

Price: $12

In both strawberry and old fashioned flavors, this Cannabis Lemonade was a 3rd place winner in High Times’ 2013 Medical Cannabis Cup.


  • “Highly recommended for patients looking for a plentiful headrush” – Medical Jane
Cannabis Quencher

Manufacturer: The Venice Cookie Co.

Price: $12 per 16 oz. bottle

These sugar-free, stevia-sweetened Quenchers come in three flavors: grape, cherry, and mango. Shake well and serve ice cold.


  • “Although the taste was not overpowering, the Grape Cannabis Quencher was clearly potent” – Medical Jane
  • “Amazing flavor … quality buzz” – Hail Mary Jane
Dixie Elixirs

Manufacturer: Dixie

Price: $14 each / $75 for a 6-pack

Dixie’s infused sparkling sodas come in 8.5 oz./40 mg bottles, as well as 5 mg single does and a 75 mg version. Their flavor selection is unrivaled, with Elixirs including Watermelon Cream, Sparkling Pomegranate, and Old Fashioned Sarsaparilla.


  • “Sweet and tingly with an awesome high” – Leafly
Nana’s Secret Sodas

Manufacturer: Nana’s Secret

Price: $10.50 each

Nana’s Secret sodas are potent pops made with real cane sugar. The flavors are creative and varied, including orange cream, blue cream, peach, and root beer.


  • “We’re confident Nana’s Secret Sodas are the tastiest, most satisfying canna drinks in the fridge.” – CPC
Sensi Sweets Lemonade

Manufacturer: Sensi Sweets

Price: $12

One 12 oz. bottle of Sensi Sweets’ strawberry or blackberry lemonade contains 70 mg of THC. And, best of all, the lemonades are made using natural fruit juices.


  • “Unlike most Cannabis drinks the flavor of medicine in the drink is virtually nonexistent” – Northwest Leaf
Sensi Sweets Double Shot Espresso

Manufacturer: Sensi Sweets

Price: $12

A collaboration with Seattle roaster Caffe Vita, the double shot packs two shots of coffee and 70 mg of THC in one 8 oz. bottle.


  • “A big hit with judges who praised its versatility, discretion, and healthy ingredients” – High Times
Siddhi Bhang Infusions

Manufacturer: Siddhi Tonics

Price: $11 per packet

With Siddhi’s powder packets, cannabis users can enjoy the ancient herbal drink Bhang. The packets come in varying potencies and have both caffeinated and caffeine-free options.


  • “Super discreet, portable, and healthy, this is an edible for a new type of health-conscious consumer” – Best Edibles of 2013, High Times
  • “An important and honest addition to anybody’s morning ritual” – DOPE Magazine

Manufacturer: Zoots

Price: $25 for one infused single shot, 5 mg

ZootBlast energy shots let users kick back a mix of THC, yerbe mate, guarana, and B vitamins to jump-start their day. The single shots come in 5 and 10 mg of THC versions.



Manufacturer: Zoots

Price: $45

Add one teaspoon of ZootDrops to tea, water, or soda to either relax – using the Kick Back lemon blend – or to seize the day with the mandarin lime Yippiee Ki-Yay blend.


  • “Gives consumers the power to control their own experiences, safely and enjoyably” – Hemp News
  • “For more experienced tokers, I would take a pass and look for something stronger” – MetaWeed

Oils, Tinctures, and More

Craft Elixirs Syrups

Manufacturer: Craft Elixirs

Price: $30 per bottle. Each bottle contains 2 20mg servings of THC

Pour one of Craft Elixirs’ syrup into your favorite soda recipe, use it as an ice cream topping, or enjoy it by the spoonful. These infused syrups come in a variety of flavors (all named after Seattle neighborhoods) including coffee, regular syrup, and orange and blueberry.

dàmà Oil

Dama Oil

Manufacturer: dàmà


This oil, which comes in what looks like a toothpaste tube, can be inhaled via dabbing or vaping, added to food or drink, or placed under the tongue for quick absorption. dàmà’s oils come in a variety of flavors, including peppermint, mocha, and blueberry.


  • “In the taste and smoke department, it is a solid choice … The smoke is clean and expansive, and the effects match the batch” – Northwest Leaf
Dixie Dew Drops

Manufacturer: Dixie

Price: $15 for each 1 oz. bottle containing 100 mg of THC

Dew Drops are one of the more popular tinctures on the market and come in six flavors: natural, spearmint, watermelon, vanilla, cinnamon, and ginger mango. There is also a Dixie X version used more for wellness benefits, such as help with chronic pain.


  • “This highly concentrated tincture is perfect if you’re looking for fast results” – Leafly
Eden’s California Honey

Manufacturer: Eden’s Elixirs

Price: $25 for one container containing 1000 mg of THC

A perfect addition to tea, a favorite snack, or whatever you’re baking, this infused honey contains 35 mg of THC per each 1 tablespoon serving.


  • “This product makes teatime a delight” – High Times
GoldMist Oral Spray

Manufacturer: TetraLabs

Price: $30 per vial

For a fast-acting, oral uptake method of cannabis consumption, oral sprays like GoldMist’s version are gaining in popularity. Each 3.5 milliliter vial of GoldMist contains 80 sprays, with each spray containing 2.5 mg of THC.

Kush Creams

Manufacturer: Kush Creams

Price: $25 per ounce

Kush Creams makes award-winning topicals including creams, shampoos and conditioners, as well as face and eye creams.


  • “Their scents are fresh and clean and come in a wide variety. Men and women both will find something they like” – Weedist
  • “Simply opening up a jar of the Sour Diesel medicated lotion takes any serious smoker aback with the authentically sour tinge the smell carries … Kush Creams is most definitely ‘cream of the crop’” – DOPE Magazine

Snacks and Munchies

Badfish Extracts Reef Jerky


Manufacturer: Badfish Extracts

Price: $18 for each 100 mg packet

Who knew pot-infused beef “hash” jerky was possible? This creative and hearty edible has caused a stir for its originality – and deliciousness.


  • “[A] tasty, high-potency jerky” – High Times
  • “The ultimate snack for the pot-loving carnivore” – First We Feast
Everything Bagel Bites

Manufacturer: The Venice Cookie Co.

Price: $20 for a pack of 6 bites

These sugar-free bites are actually hard pretzels seasoned like an everything bagel with sesame, caraway, and poppy seeds, along with hints of onion and garlic.


  • “Fans of chips, pretzels and other savory, crunchy snacks—your new edible has arrived!” – Cannabizon
Fresh Granola

Manufacturer: Julie’s Baked Goods

Price: $8 for 1 oz. containing 10 mg of THC

A healthy edible for breakfast or snacking, Julie’s Fresh Granola contains gluten-free oats, dried fruits, seeds, and nuts tossed with cannabutter, maple syrup, and kosher salt. Julie’s also makes a granola bar version of this treat.

Jambo Bars

Manufacturer: Jambo Super Foods

Price: $12

Billed as “the world’s healthiest edible,” Jambo Super Foods’ signature bar goes above and beyond in the health department: only natural, organic ingredients, and friendly for paleo, soy- free, and “beegan” (vegan but eats honey) diets.


  • “High-quality ingredients … perfect for first-time edibles eaters” – High Times
  • “4 out of 5 flowers – Great taste, healthful ingredients, and potent medicine made me feel great inside and out” – Hail Mary Jane.
Roasted Seed Mix

Manufacturer: Julie’s Baked Goods

Price: $9 for 1.1 oz. bag containing 10 mg of THC

This Roasted Seed Mix is a portable and discreet snack for health and environment-conscious cannabis users. The raw pumpkin and sunflower seeds are grown without pesticides, and the cannabutter is infused with organically-grown marijuana.


  • “Since their first sale in 2010, the company has been a model of proper labeling (even prior to the implementation of labeling laws in Colorado), constantly diligent about ensuring that the consumer is aware of what to expect from their impending experience” – Marijuana.com

Manufacturer: Sweet Mary Jane

Price: $9 for 3 oz. containing 150 mg of THC

Chex mix covered in peanut butter, chocolate, and powdered sugar – and it’s “special.” Who wouldn’t want to grab a handful?