Product review: Fine and Dandies Strong Mints

Product review: Fine and Dandies Strong Mints

nEdibles are a great way to ingest marijuana, and new products are appearing almost daily. Fine and Dandies are sugar free, peppermint flavored mints that have about 10 milligrams of THC per lozenge and a little less than one milligram of Cannabidiol, or CBD. A package of 20 costs about $15 at local dispensaries in Eugene, Oregon. nnEdibles take longer to kick in, but users often describe the experience as full-body high, that lasts longer. Budtenders caution new users to go slow at first with dosage. A common mistake is to accidentally take too much THC. It can take anywhere between 30 minutes and two hours to feel the effects of an edible, so if a new user decides to smoke flowers after eating an edible because they canu2019t feel anything, they could find themselves in couch lock for a while. nnFor experienced users, one mint with coffee or tea is a great way to maintain. One real caution to remember about edibles is that they look and taste very good, so keep them out of reach from children. Edibles also offer an alternative way to ingest THC and CBD. The possibilities for use are practically endless. These mints would have come in handy at the Dylan concert last month, where smoking herb was not allowed. n