Craft Elixirs Watermelon Kiwi 10mg THC Gummies
Ranked 3 of 17 in Edibles for Effect/Flavor
Activation time: 5/5
Overall score: 5
Head High Medium
Body High Medium
Tens all down the line. Nothing’s more convenient than popping a delicious THC gummy in your mouth, and Craft Elixirs downright nailed it with the flavor, texture, and ingredients of its Watermelon Kiwi 10mg THC Gummies. These gummies activated surprisingly fast, and their effects were potent and long-lasting. At $25 per 100mg bag, Craft Elixirs Watermelon Kiwi 10mg THC Gummies are slightly on the pricey side, but when you take the ingredients used into account, it makes sense.
Like many THC edibles, my Craft Elixirs Watermelon Kiwi 10mg THC Gummies came in a long string of clear but rugged individual plastic packages. I found each gummy easy to separate from the string, which is an improvement over some other brands.
The package itself was relatively easy to get into, which is both a good and a bad thing. From a convenience perspective, it’s great, but flimsy packaging means extra childproofing is needed around these deceptively delicious adult treats.
Would it sound crazy if I said I could taste the lack of artificial ingredients? Something about my Craft Elixirs Watermelon Kiwi 10mg THC Gummy just tasted natural, and that was before I bit into the chunk of dried kiwi in the center.
In a moment, I was in love. I’m a sucker for dried fruit, and this small touch did wonders for my affection meter toward these Watermelon Kiwi THC Gummies. Like many have done before, Craft Elixirs has proven that treats can be just as delicious without all the nasty ingredients, but Craft Elixirs may be one of the first operators to prove this point so soundly within the Washington recreational cannabis industry.
One of the best things about gummies is that, as you chew them in your mouth, they release THC into your bloodstream through the walls of your mouth. Maybe that’s why I started feeling a buzz from my Craft Elixirs Watermelon Kiwi 10mg THC Gummies way sooner than I expected.
The first tingles of a high were there within five minutes, and they blossomed into full intoxication between the 15 and 20 minute marks. By the time 30 minutes had elapsed, the effects of my Craft Elixirs Watermelon Kiwi 10mg THC Gummies had reached their peak, and they lasted well over three hours.
The effects of my Craft Elixirs Watermelon Kiwi 10mg THC Gummies were nondescript but strong. A single package is enough to keep an experienced cannabis user stoned for a couple of days, and eaten sparingly, these gummies will last you a long, happy while.
Craft Elixirs Watermelon Kiwi 10mg THC Gummies cost about $5 more than I like to spend on a bag of edibles. All the same, I was happy to shell it out for the ingredient quality these artisan edibles deliver.
Craft Elixirs started out in 2013 as a manufacturer of THC-infused fruit syrups in the Washington medical cannabis market. Over time, this producer’s delicious syrups propelled Craft Elixirs to expand into a wide range of other products including Dank Chocolate Syrups, Lori’s Potato Chips, and Pioneer Square Fruit Noms including my Watermelon Kiwi gummies.
In its Pioneer Square Fruit Noms and other products, Craft Elixirs strives to source local, seasonal ingredients. Here’s a full list of the ingredients present in Craft Elixirs Watermelon Kiwi 10mg THC Gummies:
If you’ve been the wellness manager at a food co-op for 20 years, you might find something to take offense with in this list. Compared to the ingredients lists of other top Washington cannabis edibles, however, the Craft Elixirs Watermelon Kiwi 10mg THC Gummies are like a dream come true.
Sure, corn syrup and sugar are the most abundant ingredients, but there’s also fruit pectin, real dried fruit, and natural flavoring. Notably absent are artificial preservatives and other notoriously harmful ingredients.
Craft Elixirs Watermelon Kiwi 10mg THC Gummies are perfect for the ingredient-conscious cann-oisseur. If you have to hold your nose whenever you look at the ingredients list on a bag of cannabis gummies, then these unusually natural edibles are right up your alley.
This is a really tricky one. Try to only eat one Craft Elixirs Watermelon Kiwi gummy. Really try for me, okay?
It’s hard. I started with one, but then later that night, I couldn’t help but eat two more one right after the other.
Even with their semi-natural ingredients, Craft Elixirs Watermelon Kiwi 10mg THC Gummies are a little bit more intensely sweet than the treats I usually eat. If you have a similarly restrictive diet, be extremely wary of these delicious squares of high-inducing goodness.
Personally, I’d say 1-2 gummies is the perfect dosage. Anything more than that and you’ll start forgetting what you just did five seconds ago.
Let’s clear up any lingering questions you might have about Craft Elixirs Watermelon Kiwi 10mg THC Gummies:
The Craft Elixirs Watermelon Kiwi gummies I tried were the tastiest prepackaged THC edibles I’ve ever tried. While delicious, the flavor isn’t overwhelmingly sweet, and the ingredients are simple and natural. Since the effects provided by Craft Elixirs Watermelon Kiwi 10mg THC Gummies are also excellent, we wouldn’t hesitate to call this brand’s gummies “good.”
Compared to other cannabis edibles, the ingredients present in Craft Elixirs Watermelon Kiwi 10mg THC Gummies are remarkably safe and natural. If you bake all of your own treats at home from scratch, however, you might object to a few of the ingredients toward the top of the list.
Since its founding, Craft Elixirs has remained located in the North Seattle area. This cannabis producer painstakingly makes its products in small batches using local, seasonal ingredients to ensure simply wholesome results.
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written by Samuel Popejoy