An edible is a food product that contains cannabinoids, mainly CBD or THC. Edibles may include things like pastries, gummies, candies, brownies, beverages, and more. There are also varying levels of dosage in edibles.Edibles are medicated edible goods that have been infused with cannabis extracts. They are commonly baked goods such as cookies and brownies, but options as varied as flavored coffee drinks, breads, and candies exist as well. Dispensaries also often sell marijuana-infused butters or oils for patients or consumers to make their own edibles. Consuming edibles means the active components from the extracts require longer to take effect as they need to be absorbed through the digestive system.Edibles are cannabis-infused foods, beverages or tinctures containing up to 10mg of THC per serving. Some edibles contain multiple servings & direct you to consume only a portion. They can take up to 2 hours to “kick in” and tend to
deliver a longer lasting high than smoking or vaping cannabis. Start slowly with 5mg to see how it affects you. Popular edibles are magic butter (can be used anywhere butter is used in a recipe), gummies, oils, and tinctures.Edibles are any food item that contains parts of the cannabis plant, including THC, CBD and other cannabinoids. Popular edibles are magic butter (can be used anywhere butter is used in a recipe), gummies, oils, and tinctures.