There are also a couple of CBD-rich taffy options available, as well as their line of Green Hornet Gummies.
Despite the wide-ranging Cheeba Chews product line, I was most excited for an opportunity to review the original chocolate taffy products. I personally decided to start out with the Hybrid variety, whereas Matt reviewed the Sativa chew.
Cheeba Chews: Gluten Free, Cannabis Infused Chocolate Taffy
It’s no secret that I love to see edible companies taking the care to make products for patients with special dietary restrictions. Sure enough, this is part of the reason that I was drawn to Cheeba Chews in the first place – they are gluten free and peanut free according to the company website.
I would still like to see Cheeba Chews pursue a healthier recipe that excludes corn syrup from the equation as well, but I’ve certainly seen much worse options for the health conscious medical marijuana patient.
- Sugar (5 grams)
- Corn Syrup
- Soybean Oil
- Natural Flavorings
- Marijuana THC Extract (hash)
How Will The Quad-Dose Cheeba Chews Affect Me?
At first glance, it’s hard to think of the Cheeba Chews chocolate taffy as much more than a cannabis-infused Tootsie Roll. However, just one bite of the Cheeba Chews shows that their is more to be considered. The taste is best described as a mixture of Tootsie Rolls, cannabis, and a lingering taste of tooth paste.
“Although Cheeba Chews considers their original line of chocolate taffy to contain 4 doses of THC, I had a hard time pinpointing their effects.”
Although Cheeba Chews considers their original line of chocolate taffy to contain 4 doses of THC, I had a hard time pinpointing their effects. I found this to be a big surprise, considering that the quad-dose Cheeba Chews are said to consistently test at 70 milligrams of THC.
Last week, I had a chance review the company’s Green Hornet Gummies, which also are listed as containing 70 milligrams of THC, and their effects were significantly more noticeable. I would be particularly interested to see a series of lab tests that shows what differences exist between the two product lines.
Of course, this is my personal experience with the Cheeba Chews chocolate taffy, and they could affect each patient differently depending on their tolerance for ingesting edibles. Still, I’ve enjoyed more prominent relief from a considerably lower dosage in the past (i.e. 2 Medicated Cheese Crackers).
All in all, it would be hard for me to discuss the effects experienced with quad-dose Cheeba Chew, as they were very limited. Here’s to hoping that the deca-dose Cheeba Chew (175 mg of THC) is a bit more effective.
Cheeba Chews got its start in the year 2009, as a patient/caregiver had trim from 12 plants and nothing to do with it. He wanted to create a consistent, potent edible for Colorado patients. In …