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Be My Medicated Valentine

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Cannabis culinary arts have reached the stage where seasonal treats are available. lf it sounds as if it just became necessary to get your girlfriend medicated declarations of your devotion, then, yes: This is the new world; you live here now. I found this cute, $5, Valentine-themed Caramel Crispie at the MMJ Universe Farmer's Market in Black Diamond (which you should really check out; it's worth the drive). The chocolate-covered, heart-shaped crispy treats were on the table of Pam's Plants and Can-Nibbles, which contained both a spectrum of medible treats, and several strains of cannabis flowers.

Pam (and her medible specialist Becky) hope that you pronounce it "Can-Nibbles" instead of "cannibals," and so do I; such a clever brand name deserves to be pronounced correctly. And when it comes to taste and freshness, this Caramel Crispie heart is hard to beat; it was delicious. I should note that the flavor of marijuana-infused butter (cannabutter, or, as Pam has it, "Can-Nibbi Butter") is easily detectable in this treat, and I'll quickly add that I don't find the taste of cannabutter at all unpleasant -- in fact, I like it.

Another good thing about Pam's Can-Nibbles is that they've been lab-tested for potency, and that test results are available on Analytical360.com. In an increasingly competitive medibles environment, this type of lab testing will soon become an industry standard.

Beyond the lab test, the potency of the Caramel Crispie is quite respectable; by that I mean that it did get me medicated, despite my tolerance, settling in like a comfortable blanket around 50 minutes after ingestion. I'm not surprised by this, having first tried Becky's potent medibles almost five years ago. Quite simply, her stuff works.

Now, it's likely that your girlfriend's cannabis tolerance is nowhere near mine (I'm also much cuter, incidentally), in which case she'll get a lot higher than I did. For this reason, if she's inclined to be prudent (and if you don't feel inclined to caretake a very stoned individual), she might want to eat just half the treat and wait an hour before deciding whether to have any more.

Pam's Plants and Can-Nibbles is at the MMJ Universe market each Saturday (remember, stoner, this Saturday is the last one before Valentine's Day), and she also delivers medical cannabis to patients in Seattle, as far south as Black Diamond. You can call or text 206-619-9527 or email pamsplants500@gmail.com.

tokesignals@seattleweekly.com

Steve Elliott edits Toke Signals (tokesignals.com), an independent, irreverent blog of cannabis news, views, and information.

 
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