Sugar and Butter With Your Ganja: Coco Crispy Treats

There are healthy cannabis-infused treats, for those who want them. And then there are delicious gobs of ganja goodness like the Coco Crispy Treats from Nikki's Canna Kitchen.

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I practically got arm strain, I got my wallet out so fast.
There are healthy cannabis-infused treats, for those who want them. And then there are delicious gobs of ganja goodness like the Coco Crispy Treats from Nikki's Canna Kitchen.

While attending Sonshine Organics' Washington Farmers Market 4/20 event in Olympia (by the way, a great social event for patients; kudos to organizer Sarena Haskins), I spotted the Coco Crispy Treats on Nikki's vendor table.

Being a follower of sugar, butter and ganja, I was naturally unable to resist trying one of the little free sample bites Nikki had wisely placed on the table. One bite and I was a goner; this stuff tastes delicious, and how could it not?

I practically got arm strain, I got my wallet out so fast. (Five bucks and worth it.)

Unless you're particularly sensitive to the effects of marijuana, you can go ahead and consume the entire Coco Crispy Treat at one sitting. Potency-wise, these treats fall about midway on the continuum between "underpowered" and "knock you on your ass;" in other words, most people are going to get medicated when they eat one.

You can find Nikki's Canna Kitchen's table at Washington Farmers Market, where they're planning another social event -- a Mexican Fiesta -- for Cinco de Mayo. Check 'em out from 10:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., Saturday, May 5, at 3211-A Yelm Highway, Olympia.

You'll need your medical marijuana authorization and your Washington ID for admittance. Tell 'em Incredible Medibles sent you!

 
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