Dark Chocolate + Popping Candy 4.20 Bar From The Venice Cookie Company
The Venice Cookie Company’s 4.20 Bar Is A California Classic
The Venice Cookie Company product line has a wide reach in terms of products available and distribution. They have a varied product line that is available at medical marijuana collectives throughout California.
“Every 4.20 bar is sectioned into 6 servings, which can go a long way as far as dosing is concerned.”
Despite their wide range of products, the Venice Cookie Company has never quite gotten away from their bread and butter – the 4.20 Bar.
Produced by the Venice Cookie Company, the 4.20 Bar is a line of chocolate bars infused with 4.2 grams of dried cannabis. They come in an assortment of flavors, including: Milk Chocolate, Milk Chocolate + Toffee, Dark Chocolate + Sea Salt, and Dark Chocolate + Popping Candy.
Every 4.20 bar is sectioned into 6 servings, which can go a long way as far as dosing is concerned. Medical cannabis patients may easily monitor their cannabinoid intake using simple math – each segment contains around 30 milligrams of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC).
Gluten Free, Infused Dark Chocolate Meets Popping Candy
Over time, I have come to know and love the Venice Cookie Company for one thing in particular. They make a point to create infused products for those with special dietary restrictions. The Dark Chocolate + Popping Candy 4.20 Bar keeps this tradition alive, offering patients another gluten free edible option.
In the spirit of full disclosure, the Venice Cookie Company’s Dark Chocolate + Popping Candy is clearly labeled with ingredients and nutrition facts. It lists the following ingredients:
- Dark chocolate (cacao beans, pure cane sugar, cocoa butter, soya lecithin, vanilla beans)
- Popping candy (sugar, lactose [milk and sugar], corn syrup, processed with carbon dioxide)
- 4.2 grams dried cannabis
In addition to the ingredients, the Venice Cookie Company’s packaging displays the lab-testing information. The test-results for the Dark Chocolate + Popping Candy 4.20 Bar reveal the following cannabinoid concentrations:
- 180 milligrams of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC)
- Less than 10 milligrams of cannabidiol (CBD)
- Less than 5 milligrams of cannabinol (CBN)
How Will The Dark Chocolate + Popping Candy 4.20 Bar Affect Me?
As mentioned, the Venice Cookie Company’s Dark Chocolate + Popping Candy 4.20 Bar is an interesting twist on the classic chocolate bar. Bits of clear popping candy can be found within the depths of dark chocolate.
“The popping candy does not seem to affect the taste or texture whatsoever, but it does make eating the 4.20 Bar a more enjoyable experience.”
As far as taste as concerned, the Dark Chocolate + Popping Candy 4.20 Bar was not overpowered by the cannabis used. It tastes like dark chocolate with a very slight cannabis influence.
The popping candy does not seem to affect the taste or texture whatsoever, but it does make eating the 4.20 Bar a more enjoyable experience. It can be difficult to hold back a smile once the candy starts kicking into gear.
Within thirty minutes of eating two sections of the Dark Chocolate + Popping Candy 4.20 Bar, I felt uplifted and in an all around better mood. This makes sense, considering that research has suggested THC may help relieve depression. The effects started off similar to those of classic Sativa strains like Jack Herer and Haze. With that said, this was soon followed by a slight body buzz that seemed to relieve any built-up stress in my shoulders for as long as three hours.
You may want to consider trying the Dark Chocolate + Popping Candy 4.20 Bar if given the chance. While the effects will vary depending on each individual’s tolerance level, I have found 2-3 segments to provide the ideal amount of pain and anxiety relief.
Venice, CA gave birth to The Venice Cookie Company in 2006 when a group of family and friends experimented by adding cannabis to some olive oil. Today, they distribute a variety of infused products to …
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