Things are definitely more bearable after a few of these?The bare truth

Things are definitely more bearable after a few of these?The bare truth is, some days you eat the bear, and some days the bear eats you. If you’re shooting for the former state of affairs, you can do worse than to stop by Locals Social Club in Shoreline (with, of course, a medical marijuana authorization) to try their Chocolate Bear Grahams, which definitely bear up under scrutiny.Bear in mind that these delicious treats — a true Deadhead-friendly medication delivery system — will, about an hour after ingestion, have a much more than barely noticeable effect not only upon your body pain (as in greatly lessening it) and appetite (as in, in a fairly short time, greatly increasing it), but also upon your mental state (as in noticeably altering it).At the bare minimum expenditure of just $5, a little snack tray full of these bears — which aren’t so sweet and filling as many other medibles — can make your pain and stress level bearable. Besides that, the little bite-sized bears are quite satisfying and fun to munch, and those are the bare facts.That noticeably oily sheen the bears have is due to their medicated nature; cannabinoids including THC need a carrying agent with some fat to assist their assimilation in your digestive tract.My recommendation is that you go ahead and finish the entire container of bears at once, unless you are particularly sensitive to the effects of cannabis, in which case you should perhaps try half a container and wait an hour to gauge the effects before consuming more.You can get your Chocolate Graham Bears, along with a wide selection of other medicated edibles, at Locals Social Club, 938 N. 200th St, Suite B (upstairs) in Shoreline, telephone 629-4985. They’re open from 10 a.m. until midnight Sunday through Thursday, and from 10 a.m. until 3 a.m. Friday and Saturday.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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