Sometimes the simplest things, done well, have the best results. Such is the case with Little Doobies Cocoa Crispy Snacks. As far as cannabinoid delivery systems go, these treats are nothing fancy: "made with weed infused butter, honey and corn syrup, crispy cereal and marshmallows," we learn from the label.
No estimate of dosage is included, but we are warned: "caution: start small until you know your tollerance [sic] to this product." I didn't do that, of course; I consumed the entire treat and waited to see if anything happened.
It did. About an hour later, it became evident that whatever dosage of cannabis is in a Little Doobies treat, it was enough to do the trick, because the familiar limb-heaviness and euphoria began to set in.
The world's jagged edges and harsh realities became a little less intimidating, and the abdominal pain and nausea which plague me receded to the background all evening, including a couple hours' restful sleep.
I found my Little Dobbies Cocoa Crispy Snacks (a Rice Crispy version is also available) for $7 at Lynnwood medical-marijuana access point Holland House, open Monday through Friday 11 to 8, and 11 to 5 on Saturdays, 2027 196th Street SW, Suite R2, Lynnwood, WA, telephone (425) 361-2594. You'll need your Washington ID and a tamper-proof medical marijuana authorization to enter.