After a short pause, I’m back eating gummies. Looking back on the last year, I reviewed nearly every Illinois brand of gummies. Some gummy brands I’ve reviewed twice. Incredibles by Green Thumb Industries is now one of those brands.
I reviewed the Peach and Strawberry 1:1 Gummies back in August. Since then though, as brands often do, GTI launched new flavors including Snoozzzeberry, the Cannabis Cup second-place winner for best edible. Along with Snoozzzeberry, I picked up 1:1 Strahhhberry and Watermelon Smash flavors. GTI also had Greener Apple and Summer Peach flavors. Each childproof pouch contained ten gummies. Gummies were made with pure THC distillate in a homogeneous mixture to ensure accurate dosing and consistency.
I’m always looking for sleep aids and had been interested in gummies that contained CBN. Each Snoozzzeberry gummy contained 10mg THC and 2mg CBN. The gummies were a darkening-sky blue and more chewable than other gummies that dissolve while chewing.
The flavor didn’t taste like cannabis but had a little aftertaste. I remember the Peach and Strawberry flavors as more appealing. Eating the Snoozzzeberry gummies right before bed didn’t work well for me. For the Snoozzzeberry to work as a sleep aid, I had to wait a couple hours for the full buzz to kick in before trying going to sleep.
Once passed the first hour or two of the buzz, the sedative effects, including a body buzz, kicked in and created drowsiness. When timed correctly, the Snoozzzeberry allowed me to have a heavy first four-to-five hours of sleep. And unlike other unnatural sleep aides, I did not feel drowsy the next day.
The ingredients included glucose, sugar, gelatin, sorbitol, potato starch, citric acid, fruit and vegetable juice, blueberry flavor, coconut oil, cannabis oil, sunflower oil, and carnauba wax.
Each Strahhhberry 1:1 gummy contained 10mg CBD and 10mg THC. I chose the 1:1 gummies so I could mix and match with the Watermelon Smash and Snoozzzeberry flavors. As mentioned several times, I enjoy a 1:2 ratio with edibles. I prefer about twice as much THC to CBD. The Strahhhberry 1:1 allowed me hit that sweet spot.
The Strahhhberry 1:1 smelled like a basket of strawberries and the flavor was reminiscent of strawberries. The Strahhhberry 1:1 gummies delivered a stronger body buzz than the Watermelon Smash and Snoozzzeberry. The cerebral high was no overwhelming. I was able to function throughout the afternoon and evening.
Each Watermelon Smash contained 10mg of THC, and when I wanted a stronger cerebral high and less body buzz, I dosed only the Watermelon Smash. The Watermelon Smash flavor also had a strong watermelon smell. The chewy texture of all three gummy flavors was the same. Ingredients included glucose, sugar, gelatin, sorbitol, potato starch, citric acid, strawberry flavor, coconut oil, cannabis oil, fruit and vegetable juice, sunflower oil, and carnauba wax.
Overall, the three flavors were consistent in dosing. I mixed and match the three and found three good mixes: one for day, one for the afternoon, and one for night dosing.
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