Medicated edible goods that have been infused with cannabis extract of some kind. In the traditional cannabis industry, edibles are typically baked goods, such as cookies, brownies, and granola bars, as well as chocolate, gummies and mints. Dispensaries often sell cannabis infused butters and oils so people can make edibles at home. Consuming a edible means that active compounds are absorbed through the digestive system, so it often takes an hour or longer to feel the effects.
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