I prefer to mix up my edibles for simple variety, and that has been easier to do as the Illinois market expands its list of products. I binge gummies and chocolates but always enjoy a change to a nontraditional edible. So I picked up from Consume Carbondale Sweet Life by Hannah Canna-Chow by Ieso.
The Canna-Chow pouch contained 1.5 ounces of chow with 50mg total THC. The Canna-Chow tastes the same as puppy-chow mixes I’ve eaten ate parties with a chocolate, cocoa, and powdery sweetness. Made with hybrid cannabis, the small crunchy Chex-Mix size treats harbored no cannabis taste.
Instead of downing several gummies or chocolates at one time or eating the entire Sweet Life by Hannah Marsh Mellow Treat, I tended to snack on these, eating them a few at a time several minutes apart while working at my computer. I ate the contents of the pouch in two different settings with equally measured amounts.
The onset came on gradually because of the way I had eaten them, but once the full buzz hit, the dose seemed to fit the length of high for about 25mg. These small treats would also be good for those who need to micro-dose edibles because of the small amounts of THC in each piece.
The ingredients included milk chocolate (sugar, milk, cocoa butter, chocolate, soy lecithin, vanilla), rice biscuits (rice, sugar, salt, calcium carbonate, molasses, reduced iron, zinc oxide, sodium ascorbate, niacinamide, vitamin B6 (pyridoxine hydrochloride), thiamin mononitrate, riboflavin, folic acid, vitamin B12, vitamin D), sugar, pam kernel oil, partially defatted peanut flour, nonfat milk, maltodextrin, hydrogenated palm oil, salt, soy, lecithin, and cannabis concentrate.
Overall, Ieso has two sweet treats that I’ve reviewed that fit outside the traditional edible, and both have been the change I’d been looking for to vary my edible use. I’m sure I’ll see what else Ieso offers for the next time I want to switch it up.
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