Penis Weed Gummies Hitting Dispensaries

Penis Weed Gummies Hitting Dispensaries

Many brands in the cannabis-infused edibles industry have decided to go with squares and circles for their infusion flavors, in order to make them less appealing to children. This is a smart move, as squares and circles are less likely to be consumed by children.

For the first time in Canadian cannabis history, you can now enjoy a penis-flavored edible. It’s a banana or cola flavored product, infused with weed.

This week, brand Censored Edibles releases its banana and cola penises to limited cannabis retailers in Canada. The cheekiness alone is sure to grab consumers’ attention.

Since national laws already restrict cannabis products by age, it is now safe to make adults-only shapes like penises, boobs, and other assets you’d typically only see at bachelor/rette parties.

I think it’s natural for edible companies to explore different shapes and designs. The government’s approval of these soft chews that look like human body parts is very poetic.

What Is Cannabis?

Cannabis is a plant species in the family Cannabaceae. It includes three primary subspecies: Cannabis sativa, Cannabis indica, and Cannabis ruderalis. Cannabis has been used for a variety of purposes, including for its medicinal and recreational effects. It is also known for its psychoactive compounds, such as tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and cannabidiol (CBD).


What Is THC?

Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) is a psychoactive compound found in the cannabis plant. It is responsible for the “high” commonly associated with cannabis use. THC acts on the cannabinoid receptors in the brain, which are involved in the regulation of mood, appetite, and other cognitive functions. The amount of THC in cannabis varies depending on the strain, with some strains having higher levels of THC than others.

What Is CBD?

CBD stands for cannabidiol, which is a naturally occurring compound found in the cannabis plant. CBD is one of many compounds, known as cannabinoids, that are found in the cannabis plant. Unlike the more well-known compound tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), CBD is non-psychoactive, meaning it does not produce the “high” commonly associated with cannabis use.

CBD has become increasingly popular in recent years as a natural remedy for a variety of health conditions, including anxiety, pain, and insomnia. It is also used to manage symptoms of conditions such as multiple sclerosis and help with epilepsy. CBD is available in a variety of forms, including oils, capsules, and topical creams.

Confessions of a (not) gummy penis virgin

Some people may find it alarming when they hear about products like these, but cannabis brands have a long history of infusing weed into a penis mould. While being the first to legalize this product is an accomplishment, let’s remember those who came before us and pay homage to their work.

I’ve seen gummy phalluses in real life before at my first cannabis conference in Toronto. I was gifted a bag of dicks – brightly coloured penis-shaped edibles with 10 mg of THC each carefully crafted by someone in the unregulated market.

I remember enjoying a hybrid of adult novelty and cannabis at bachelorette parties as a woman in my 30s. I’ve attended a variety of parties with regular lollipops, gummies, chocolate, cake, and edible shot glasses that look like genitals of all shapes and sizes.

These adult-only styles of products seem like a perfect fit for the legal cannabis industry, which has a reputation for taking itself too seriously.

Weed doesn’t always have to be so serious

Sarah Kulbatski, the founder of Censored Edibles, has a love of cannabis that goes back before legalization. She is also a very funny and personable person, which is why her company’s products are so popular. She will be joining me over video call to discuss her products and how they can help people enjoy cannabis in a safe and responsible way.

There’s a long history of cannabis and sex going together – it’s been around for centuries, right? It’s an adult-only market, so there’s no risk of children getting involved. Why not allow an adult product made by adults in an adult-only market?

We’re excited to announce that our penis edibles are now available in stores and online in Ontario. Each pack of four gummies contains 2.5 mg of THC, so you can enjoy the full effects of our product or take a smaller dose if you need it. Thanks to our partnership with Loosh Brands, we’re able to bring this delicious and potent product to consumers in Ontario.

In addition to her dirty mind, Kulbatsky’s enterprising entrepreneurial flair saw a gap in current legal proposals and jumped at it. “We can’t do bears, we can’t do pumpkins, we can’t do XYZ because that might provoke the kids. So we were literally driven into a corner where you can’t do much. If it’s an adult sector, then I’ll be able to release chewing gum in the form of an adult. So I did.”

Banana-glazed or cola? This editor tried them both

I had a difficult time finding these dicks! I searched stores for weeks and finally found them last night. The first thing I noticed was the texture – they have a nice, chewy gummy texture, something that’s not always guaranteed with cannabis edibles in Canada.

The penis-shaped foods they made were of excellent quality, and the attention to detail was impressive. I was surprised to find that they had created perfect penis-shaped foods, rather than something that was half-way done or just an edible squished-looking mess.

The flavours were consistent and strong. I’ve never been a huge fan of artificial banana flavour, but it was right on my nose. The cola flavour was reminiscent of those classic soda bottle candies, with a little extra zing. These would be great novelty items, but they’re also a decent edible in and of themselves.

These naughty gummies offer something new and exciting to the cannabis industry – an age-restricted industry that can benefit from the creativity and energy of adults. I believe we should embrace this new opportunity and make the most of it!

Hey, I know it can be tough sometimes trying to navigate the cannabis age gates. It feels like every time I go to work, I have to explain to the boss that I’m not allowed to work because I’m under the legal age for using cannabis. But, I think it’s worth it to embrace all the positives that come with being over 19. Like being able to enjoy delicious adult treats like banana dicks infused with weed!


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