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The Edible Weed Industry Is Growing, and Trying to Prevent Your Next Freakout(EdiPure Edible Gummies)
Cannabis-laced foods have come a long way from brownies eaten in dorm rooms, but fancy packaging doesn‘t necessarily make them more reliable. If your formative experiences with cannabis-laced foods were anything like mine, you probably unwittingly found a brownie buried in the back of the freezer at your collegiate summer sublet, ate a few big chunks, thought it tasted like it was made with rancid goat milk, went out for a fancy dinner with some friends of your parents who were lecturing that night on bioethics, and realized halfway through the caprese that you could no longer control your narrative, or your face—you were high as fuck and might be forever.
But these days, most edibles encounters actually look nothing like mine. From chips to chocolates to chews to chuggables, T.H.C.-laced products are now widely available in the 60 percent of the United States where weed is legal to some degree. And, according to Daniel Yi from MedMen—the largest publicly traded cannabis retailer in America—edibles consumption is growing exponentially. “The joints and the pipes—that’s been pretty steady at a little over 50 percent of the market,” says Yi. “But edibles and vaporizers were about 40 percent last year, and are gaining quickly.”
As legalization expands, and societal norms about weed use shift—recent polls from Pew and Marist Poll/Yahoo found profoundly enhanced support for legalization, and relaxing attitudes about use, even among parents—new consumers are entering or re-entering the market. These people tend to skew older, and for a variety of reasons, burning bud isn’t an appropriate option for them—whether it’s concerns about the health implications of smoking, or just the indiscretion of releasing a cloud of stank smoke into the bleachers at the Youth Soccer game. It’s never been easier or more socially acceptable to ingest T.H.C. But edible-induced freak-outs haven’t gone away just yet.