While trimming my five cannabis plants for News Joint Grow Journal, I tweaked my neck in a bad way. I was out of edibles, rare for me, and I needed something to ease the piercing pain. Ibuprofen would help, but I refuse to take it because it hurts my stomach. Then I remembered I had bought a bag of Savory Pretzel Nugs by Nature’s Grace and Wellness as an impulse by several months ago when NuEra Urbana was a flash sale.
I found Savory Pretzel Nugs buried in the back of the drawer below my medicine drawer. The Pretzel Nugs came in a white pouch containing sixteen pretzels that totaled 50mg THC and an ounce in weight. Each bit-size nug was dozed about 3mg THC each.
I wasn’t about to count out individual pretzels for a partial dosing. I ate all 16 pretzels, one after another. Even after months in my drawer, the pretzels were still light and crunchy (almost flaky). The pretzels tasted like they smelled, a sharp garlic blended with other seasonings. The pretzels also were clean of any cannabis smell or flavor.
The ingredients included enriched flour, water, salt, yeast, natural flavor, Vitamin E, soda, soybean oil, olive oil, cannabis, and seasoning. If I didn’t know the pretzels were infused, I would not have guessed. The flavor was comparable to other store-bought pretzels I’ve eaten.
With a slower onset than normal edibles for me, the hybrids-style effects did ease my pain and relaxed my muscles. I was hoping for stronger effects but maybe that was because I was in pain. I could have easily eaten another 16 pretzels. The overall effect lasted about three-to-four hours, and I slept better than I thought that night.
Overall, the Savory Pretzel Nugs were a great surprise and break from other sugary edibles I’ve been scarfing down lately. Those who like to microdose with a smooth functioning buzz might also enjoy these. Those who like to mix and match doses with a larger meal and snacks also should enjoy these pretzels.
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