For a donation of ~$10, patients can receive a gourmet Banana Nut Cake by Healthy Highness that is infused with cannabutter containing roughly 2 grams of Indica in each.
Topped with a smooth, sweet cream cheese frosting that remains untouched and in perfect shape, due to the strong packaging each Healthy Highness edible is wrapped in. Other main ingredients in each Banana Nut Cake include butter, white sugar, brown sugar, eggs, vanilla, flour, baking soda, salt, and walnuts.
“As with most edibles, it is highly recommended you keep these snacks refrigerated at all times. This will definitely keep them fresh for longer.”
Each cake is extremely moist and breaks up easy; so much so, that you may need a fork to avoid any mess on your clothes or fingers. Most similar to a banana nut bread with a lighter texture. Add a little bit of cream cheese whipped icing into the mixture and you end up with a new patient favorite. Rolling out of bed, stumbling to the fridge, and consuming a full Banana Nut Cake is one my favorite ways to wake and bake.
Also great after a meal as a dessert, to end the night in a peaceful haze that will eventually creep its way up on the rest of your body. It was not the most potent edible I have seen available for this donation amount, but it did taste better than a majority of the edibles I have come across in San Diego. Recommended that higher tolerance patients consume the full cake at once, where average to new patients should consider eating half, and waiting up to 1 hour for the effects to kick-in before consuming more.
Why Proper Labeling Is Important For Edible Companies
As you can see from the pictures, Healthy Highness makes sure they label each edible container with its own “best if sold-by” date. Not only does it make patients feel better about buying edibles from your dispensary, it prevents dispensaries from pushing old products to patients that will reflect negatively on your edible company. Although there is no regulation by the FDA in the canna-industry, that should not be a deterrent to companies looking to provide quality products.
For all current and future edible company owners out there, this simple step ensures the patients safety and establishes trust in your line of edibles: Take the time to provide proper labeling on ALL products, including ingredients, cannabinoid content, serving size, sold-by date, tracking information, and the state compliance your company follows.