ABX 200mg THC Capsule
Ranked 2 of 3 in Capsules for Medicinal Purposes/Relief
Activation time: 4/5
Overall score: 4.8
Head High Very High
Body High Very High
If you want to get completely blitzed out of your brain, there’s no better way to do it than this capsule. Stick it in a pill container, slide the container in your pocket, then macrodose at your convenience whenever and wherever you like.
There’s no cannabis aroma to the ABX 200mg THC Soft Gel Capsule, and it just looks like a pill of fish oil. As soon as gelatin softgel’s walls dissolve in your stomach however and THC starts to absorb through your stomach lining, however, you’ll be in for a massive cannadventure.
Well, it tastes like gelatin. You stick it in your mouth, try to avoid getting it stuck under your tongue, and try to swallow it without getting it stuck in your throat.
Not much else to it.
Thankfully, we didn’t have any flavor come back up when we tried similar ABX capsules, so we honestly don’t know what this brand’s gel caps taste like on the inside. Since the taste isn’t bad, however, we’ll give the ABX 200mg THC Soft Gel Capsule a respectable score.
In its capsules, ABX combines THC concentrate with MCT oil for better absorption. In our experience with ABX capsules, this seems to result in faster activation time.
You won’t get the peripheral activation, however, that sometimes occurs when candies or gummies are chewed up or dissolve and absorb into the membranes of your mouth and throat. The ABX 200mg THC Soft Gel Capsule will hit you all at once, and it will hit you like a trainwreck.
Welp, there’s only one dosage. You could, technically, cut open your ABX 200mg THC Soft Gel Capsule and divvy up the contents. That sounds like a mess, however, and it isn’t how the product was designed to be used.
Grab a glass of water, and bottoms up.
ABX (or absoluteXtracts) is one of California’s most well-known producers of dabs, vape cartridges, and everything else cannabis concentrate-related. Lesser-known, but gaining momentum, are this brand’s ultra-potent THC capsules.
Things started so simply. ABX just wanted to make the best, purest cannabis softgels in the California market, but the situation quickly spiraled out of control.
While extra-strong, the 25mg, 50mg, and 100mg options ABX offered only drew raised eyebrows. Then, in November 2020, ABX dropped the bomb.
ABX announced that they were releasing a single-serve capsule with 200mg THC for $13 a pop. Wait a minute, cannabis regulators and commentators cried, edibles can only contain 100mg THC total and 10mg THC in each clearly identifiable piece.
Wrong, says ABX. Just as with this brand’s other high-concentration softgels, this 200mg THC product technically classifies as a concentrate, not as an edible.
Therefore, ABX is bound by a different limit dictating that concentrates must be limited to 1000mg THC per package. Could a 500mg ABX THC capsule in the works, we wonder?
Based on the most recent scientific research, we can’t in good conscience recommend that you consume more than 30mg THC at once. Even that general observation should certainly not be construed as medical advice since there’s no established consensus on the dosage safety of THC.
Therefore, it’s not up to us to comment on the ideal target audience for the ABX 200mg THC Soft Gel Capsule. All we can say is you should know what you’re doing. In all honesty, you might want to purposefully increase your THC tolerance before this particular cannabis experience rather than take a tolerance break.
Have anything else you’d like answered about the ABX 200mg THC Soft Gel Capsule?
ABX generally sticks to distillates. As a result, ABX capsules contain THC-rich cannabis distillate, MCT oil (a product of coconuts), and the vegan gel capsule itself.
There are no fillers, additives, or other potentially harmful ingredients. You can use the independent lab reports ABX supplies to confirm that your capsules do not contain any residual solvents of other common cannabis contaminants.
There is no established scientific consensus on the safety of THC. It is unclear at which dosage, if any, THC becomes harmful or toxic.
Mild adverse effects of THC, including anxiety and paranoia, are notably more prevalent at higher doses. At the same time, chronic THC users build tolerances to this cannabinoid, potentially indicating higher doses.
If you’re curious about how much THC you should consume, consult with your doctor. Bring a link to this review to help your physician find info on the ABX 200mg THC Soft Gel Capsule.
We wouldn’t recommend it. Unlike tablets, which you can break into smaller parts since they’re dry, the ABX 200mg THC Soft Gel Capsule contains nothing but cannabis concentrate and MCT oil.
Puncturing or attempting to cut the capsule in any way will cause it to leak, making a mess and wasting THC. If you feel like the absoluteXtracts 200mg capsule is too much for you, choose ABX’s 25mg, 50mg, or 200mg capsules instead.
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written by Samuel Popejoy, video by Chad Waldman