Heath to the Relief: This Fancy Pot Brownie Is High Class

The Heath Brownie was absolutely heavenly: moist, fresh, and spectacular, and as with the Verry Berry brownie, it provided plenty of bang for the five bucks.

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When we last visited with High Class Canna Catering back last October, we sampled their Verry Berry Cheesecake Brownie, and lo, it was very good. I saw their name again last weekend on a delicious-looking medible -- this time, a Heath Brownie -- while visiting south Seattle access point Life Tree on Renton Avenue South.

I could well remember the deliciousness of the cheesecake brownie last fall, so it was an easy decision to spend the $5 for the Heath Brownie, another single-dose, brownie-based High Class treat. The Heath Brownie was absolutely heavenly: melt-in-your-mouth moist, fresh, and spectacular, and as with the Verry Berry brownie, after about an hour, it turned out to provide plenty of bang for the five bucks.


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If you're a novice, feel free to eat half the brownie, wait 45 minutes to an hour, then decide whether to have the rest. But if you eat very many medibles at all, just go ahead and have the entire treat; these are, as mentioned, meant for single-dose usage for most patients.

The secret of the Heath Brownie, as with many marijuana-infused treats, is the cannabis-infused butter used in the recipe. The dose included isn't so large as to be incapacitating -- at least if your level of medibles tolerance is near mine -- so if you want to have a brownie for brunch and enjoy a day's relief, that's a viable plan. Of course, if you opt to have the brownie as an after-dinner snack, you'll likely rest well that night.

You can find High Class Canna Catering's medibles at many medical marijuana access points in town, including at Life Tree, 12409 Renton Avenue South. (Life Tree carries a good selection of other medibles, as well as cannabis flowers, concentrates, and topicals.) For more information about High Class, call (253) 561-6605.

 
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