There’s something about Mary…
After decades of exploring the galaxy, Mary has found the secret formula to create consistent, accurately dosed, tasty treats. They might not give you superpowers, but these cosmic delights will definitely send you on a trip around the universe. Get them while they last! Mary’s edibles are produced in small, limited-run, batches with strict quality control.
What are Mary’s Confectionary Universe (MCU) Galactic Gummies?
Galactic Gummies are the most delicious, accurately dosed, and potent edibles you’ll ever have! Each gummy is accurately dosed with either Mary’s Supernova Shatter or high quality, winterized, Delta 9 distillate. Use with caution, these will send you through space!
Mary’s Confectionary Universe (MCU) Orange Mango Indica (500mg) Galactic Gummies
Indica Galactic Gummies are the perfect way to wind down and get some rest & relaxation. A delicious evening or night treat to help you sleep better, binge your favourite show, relief your daily stresses, and provide some much needed pain relief. Plus the high is pretty out of this world if we say so ourselves! These Indica gummies are infused with high quality shatter giving you a full-spectrum dosage. You worked hard all day so MCU is here to make sure you enjoy your evening!
MCU Orange Mango Indica (500mg) Dosage
Each pack contains 2 large bar-shaped gummies. 50mg per piece, 250mg per bar, 500mg Indica total per pack.
MCU Orange Mango Indica (500mg) Flavour
MCU Orange Mango Indica (500mg) Ingredients
Gelatin, citric acid, corn syrup, simple syrup, natural sugars, MCT oil, infused shatter, glycerin oil, potassium sorbate (preservative), lecithin (binding agent), natural flavours, natural colouring
What are cannabis infused edibles?
Cannabis edibles are foods and beverages infused with cannabis. Though they’ve risen in popularity recently, edibles aren’t exactly new. There’s a long history of humans incorporating cannabis into their diets, ranging from traditional drinks in India to the humble pot brownie in the US. Now, thanks to advances in infusion methods, you can find a wide selection of cannabis-infused baked goods, gummies, seasoning packets, cooking oil, chocolates, breath strips, mints, sodas, and countless other items.
Why consume cannabis infused edibles?
The benefit of consuming cannabis-infused edibles is the ability to feel the effects of cannabis without having to smoke flower or vaporize concentrates. Consuming is easy and intuitive — we all know how to eat and drink.
Edibles are enjoyed for a multitude of reasons, such as avoiding the inhalation of particulate matter or seeking a specific level of potency maintained over a longer period of time. Further benefits include:
- Precise dosage
- Control over ingredients
- Avoiding pollen and other plant particulate matter
- Longer-lasting effects
- People’s ability to make their own recipes, so they know exactly what they’re consuming
How should I dose cannabis infused edibles?
The ingestion of edibles is a two-edged sword. As noted above, eating cannabis offers users a variety of benefits, but it can also adversely affect consumers. Ingested cannabis is absorbed through the digestive system, which means that its intoxicating effects may take hours to set in, and even more time to pass through the body. Another aspect is finding the right dose. Dosing edibles correctly can require trial and error, even if users are accustomed to smoking or vaping cannabis. Weight, gender, age, genetics, and more can affect how your body metabolizes cannabinoids. Everyone is different.
Edibles enter the body through the mouth and are absorbed through the stomach for metabolization in the liver. The liver turns delta-9-THC into 11-hydroxy-THC, which is more potent, has a longer half-life in the body, and can convey sedative effects. The stronger form of THC is also particularly effective at crossing the blood-brain barrier, which results in stronger potency and longer-lasting effects. The mechanism in the liver that converts THC into 11-hydroxy-THC is chiefly responsible for the varying effects of edibles.
Due to edibles’ delayed onset and their duration, users must find their way with trial and error. First, consumers must read the packaging to understand dosing information. Edible packaging includes milligram dosages by serving and by package to fully inform consumers of what they’re ingesting. Another critical factor is whether the edible is consumed on an empty stomach, as an individual who ingests an edible without eating beforehand will feel the effects much more quickly than someone with a full stomach.
A general rule for dosing tells beginners to start with a single dose of 1 to 5 milligrams of THC. Consumers should then wait 2 to 4 hours to evaluate its effects before consuming more.
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