After binging chocolates and gummies to fight unforeseen soreness, I needed a different type of edible to consume. So while in Peoria a couple weeks ago, I picked up a Sweet Life by Hannah Marsh Mellow Treat by Ieso from Trinity Compassionate Care on University
One 25mg Sweet Life by Hannah Marsh Mellow Treat came in a pouch inside a plastic wrapper. The treat appeared and smelled similar to any rice crispy treat bought from the store.
The taste also compared to a store bought rice crispy treat and contained no cannabis flavor. The rice was fresh with an overall consistency of a homemade rice crispy treat. I ate the entire rectangle piece and found it to be a pleasant change from the chocolate and gummies I’d been eating.
The effects and length of the buzz were aligned with I expected out of a 25mg edible. In most instances, edibles hit me quicker than other people, and this Marsh Mellow Treat was no different. An hour after eating it, I my appetite returned. The rest of the night, I had the munchies, which is extremely rare for me.
With the 25mg, I was functioning find and actually was able to get some menial physical tasks accomplished. Afterwards though, I wished the treat came in 50mg doses or had two treats in one pouch. I would have eaten two more to end the night, if I’d had them.
The ingredients included toasted rice cereal (rice, sugar, salt, malt flavor, niacinamide, reduced iron, vitamin B2 [riboflavin], folic acid), corn syrup, fructose, vegetable oil (sobean and palm oil with TBHQ for freshness), sugar, and corn syrup solids. The treat contained 2% or less of vegetable glycerin, dextrose, gelatin, natural and artificial flavors (contains mik), salt, DATEM, acetylated, monoglycerides, soy lecithin, BHT for freshness, and cannabis concentrates.
Overall, the Sweet Life by Hannah Marsh Mellow Treat was a great change from my traditional edibles and one I’d go back to again, especially at higher doses.
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