These CBD edibles are made from the Honolulu Haze Hemp Flower Strain. The illustrious Haze sativa first took root in Santa Cruz, California during the 1960s where long growing seasons accommodated her lengthy flowering cycle. Since then, Haze has become the proud parent of countless hybrids around the globe, passing on its genetics from Colombia, Mexico, Thailand, and South India. Although Haze cultivators must wait patiently for Haze flowers to reach full maturation, few strains can match the high-energy, creative buzz provided by this strain. Haze’s aroma is typically characterized by a spicy scent accented by hints of citrus and earthy sweetness.
The primary difference between edibles and tinctures is the length of time the CBD takes to kick in. With a tincture, you are looking at around 15 minutes before you can notice the effects of CBD working on your system. With an edible, the timeframe is usually much longer.
An edible can take anywhere from 30 minutes to two hours to kick in. A variety of factors can affect how you an edible is processed in the body. This leads to considerable variation from user to user. Factors that influence CBD edible metabolism include height and weight, activity level, and even what you’ve eaten that day.
Of course, you can’t overdose on CBD, so there’s little need to worry about taking too much. Nevertheless, we strongly advise against eating more than one edible in the event that you don’t feel anything. If you do so, you increase the risk of experiencing CBD’s side effects from over-consumption.
We carefully place all quantities of CBD Edibles in a pharmaceutical-grade CLEAR mylar bag that’s heat sealed for freshness and to omit any odors. A 2×5 inch label with QR code and nutritional information is affixed to the bag then placed into a bubble wrap pouch and inserted into the appropriate mailer, envelope or box.