White Chocolate & Raspberry Bar: Made With Love (and Weed)

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"Love" is the first ingredient listed on the label of the Head Stash White

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White Chocolate & Raspberry Bar: Made With Love (and Weed)

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    Ooh-oooh, catch that buzz! Love is the drug I'm thinking of.
    "Love" is the first ingredient listed on the label of the Head Stash White Chocolate & Raspberry bar, and that's always a good thing. But Head Stash doesn't rely on emotions alone to make effective medication: they employ science too. Also listed on that same label is "Minimum Cannabinoid Content 240mg."

    That's the kind of dosage information that should be included with all medical marijuana edibles, and it's helpful in deciding just how much to have.


    Patients with a lower tolerance to cannabis might want to try one-third of the bar, then waiting 45 minutes to an hour to gauge the effects before having more. Those like myself with a higher tolerance and serious chronic pain issues will probably want to go ahead and consume the entire bar.

    Head Stash is an impressive medibles outfit. Last we heard from them, I was waxing nostalgic over their Chocolate Graham Crackers, which contained a minimum of 100 mg of cannabinoids.

    Those definitely worked, as in got me medicated and helped address my pain issues, and with the White Chocolate & Raspberry bar containing 2.4 times as many cannabinoids, you'd be guessing correctly to assume it was even more effective than the crackers.

    The white chocolate was delicious and fresh-tasting, with the hint of raspberries propelling the taste past the plebeian and into the phenomenal.

    I found my Head Stash White Chocolate & Raspberry Bar at medical marijuana collective Gourmet Green, 9622 Aurora Ave. N., 414-6716.

    Incredible Medibles wants to review your cannabis-infused food items. E-mail tokesignals@seattleweekly.com.

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

     
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