On the fence about cannabis edibles? Try these low-dose gummies from Denver.

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But the reason I love them is because these gummies offer just the right amount of high. While I still love my Seed & Smith vape pen – it’s seriously the only one I use – these breaks have inspired me to embrace another form of cannabis: edibles. For the most, this was my experience with edibles, be it gummies, chocolate, taffy, what have you. In April, the Denver-based company released new, fast-acting or rapid onset gummies, so you feel the effects within 15 to 20 minutes. I went so far as to tell you, dear readers, that my preferred way to consume cannabis was by vaporizing it.

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It was mere months ago that I used this column to tout my favorite vape pen. I went so far as to tell you, dear readers, that my preferred way to consume cannabis was by vaporizing it.

Since then, however, I’ve had numerous reasons to take a break from smoking weed, including a mild case of COVID-19 last September...

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