Some people don’t feel hungry until they’re really hungry, and some people don’t feel full until they’re really full. Some people don’t stop eating until they feel full, while others never seem to get tired of eating. Regardless of your dietary preferences, we’ve all become familiar with our comfort foods during the first half of 2021.
We may be slurping up noodles, chomping on cheese soup, or munching on piles of moose meat ice cream. We’re looking forward to our favourite comfort foods of 2021, but we’re most excited about any food that has been infused with THC.
We’ve selected our top 15 cannabis edibles for 2022 because they were the ones that stood out from the crowd. They were the ones that tasted the best and had the highest potency.
How will we decide on the 15 best THC edibles of 2021?
We’re starting off our list of the best THC edibles of 2020 with some of the most popular brands. The list includes both local and national companies, and you can see how each brand stacks up against one another.
The goal here isn’t just to rank the best THC edibles overall. Instead, we’re looking for the most innovative products. So while we’ve included several local brands, we’ve also chosen some national brands like Dixie Elixirs and Green Roads.
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How We Decided the 15 Best THC Edibles of 2021: Tastiest & Most Potent
We spent weeks testing dozens of edible brands, researching the science behind each one, and interviewing experts to find the best cannabutter, shatter, waxes, oils, tinctures, capsules, and more. In the end, we found 15 companies whose products stood above the rest.
Here are the 15 best THC edibles:
- Beast Delta
- Penguin Full Spect
- Delta Remedys
- Otter Space Delta 8 Gummies
- Summit THC Delta 8 Gummies
- KIND OASIS DELTA 9 THC GUMMIES
- 1906’s Bliss Peanut Butter Cups
- 3Chi’s Fruity Pieces Treat
- Midnight Bar’s Chocolate Banana Bar
- KushyPunch’s Private Reserve Strawberry Gummy
- Moon’s Cinnamon Mints
- Keef’s Orange Kush Soda
How Do They Make THC Edibles?
Cannabis is one of the most popular recreational drugs in the world. However, it’s also been proven to help treat medical conditions like pain and anxiety. Some states even allow people to use cannabis legally to treat epilepsy.
But how do you make cannabidiol (CBD), the non-psychoactive compound found in cannabis, into something edible? And what about tetrahydrocannabinol (THC)? This cannabinoid is responsible for making you feel high.
A few companies are now selling food products infused with CBD and THC. Here’s what you need to know about how they work.