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    Marijuana Edibles of Today


    CaptainKirk

     

    Quick History of the Marijuana Edibles

    The Rebirth of Edible Marijuana in the Last Decade

     

    Who would have know that edibles would be the popular choice of the majority who are new or trying medical marijuana for the first time?

    Ten years ago I would said your nuts that if you were to tell me that edibles would even be on the radar in 2018. Edibles were not a “thing” a decade or so back. When edible marijuana was mentioned back then, the first thoughts which came to mind were a couple of hippies from the early seventies huddled around a stove trying to make a brownie with marijuana that would come out like a solid brick. Today, you have the likes of Martha Stewart giving advice on how to make delicacy masterpieces for casual or formal occasions.

    In the last decade the edible marijuana market formed and it the fastest growing sector of the medical marijuana movement. I firmly believe the HBO series Weeds played a huge role with edible marijuana being the injection method of choice.

    Edibles are no joke and seem to get labeled as a weak way to consume marijuana but for those who believe this, you have one hell of a trip coming when down that whole cupcake or scarf up a batch of fresh cookies.

    Besides edibles throwing the un-expecting of the deep end, the only issue with them I believe is the possibility 

    Original “hippies” became extinct somewhere around 1977-1979 but thanks to those hippies huddle around a stove in a bungalow in CA, the edible marijuana consumption method lived on. 

    Have you tried marijuana edibles? How was it? Good or bad? Did it do anything for you?

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