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Kief Urban: Kief Candy From Urban Roots

"May Cause Drowsiness," the back of the label advises, and they aren't kidding, especially if you aren't accustomed to cannabis. With my tolerance level, the two candies produced a mild buzz along with pain relief and the sort of calm centeredness prized by marijuana advocates.

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?It's a simple concept and an elegantly executed cannabinoid delivery system for those who want to use edibles, but don't want a heavy, filling meal: Kief Candy.

The candy -- made from sugar, corn syrup, isomalt, and coconut oil -- along with, crucially, 1/8 gram of kief (marijuana THC glands) -- comes in various flavors. The ones I picked were Pina Colada, and had a very pleasant taste.

"May Cause Drowsiness," the back of the label advises, and they aren't kidding, especially if you aren't accustomed to cannabis. With my tolerance level, the two candies produced a mild buzz along with pain relief and the sort of calm centeredness prized by marijuana advocates.

The label on my $5 two-pack of Kief Candies said "Regular Strength," so maybe there's an "Extra Strength" version containing 1/4 gram of kief per two candies; otherwise, those with elevated tolerance may want to try four candies instead of two.


I found my Kief Candy at Urban Roots in the U-District, 1406 NE 50th Street, Suite B, telephone 527-5154, website www.mygreennow.org. They're open Monday through Saturday, noon to 7, and Sunday 12-6.


Incredible Medibles wants to review your cannabis edibles. Email tokeofthetown@gmail.com.

Steve Elliott is editor of Toke of the Town, Village Voice Media's site of cannabis news, views, rumor and humor. l

 
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