Dr. Norms Peanut Butter Chocolate Therapy Cookies
Ranked 3 of 32 in Edibles for Cookies
Activation time: 5/5
Overall score: 5
Head High Medium
Body High Medium
Unsurprisingly, our Dr. Norms Peanut Butter Chocolate Therapy Cookies tasted like peanut butter and chocolate. There aren’t many ways to change the way a peanut butter cookie with chocolate chips tastes, and most potential alterations are weird or otherwise undesirable.
While we chose Dr. Norms Peanut Butter Chocolate Therapy to experience the power of THC in the form of a peanut butter cookie, we didn’t want to deviate from the original, wholesome peanut butter cookie experience to any significant degree. That’s why we were pleased to note that these cookies tasted just like home-baked peanut butter cookies without harboring any potent THC flavors.
The overall flavor profile of our Dr. Norms Peanut Butter Chocolate Therapy Cookies may have been unsurprising, but we can’t say the same for the quality of the flavor experience we enjoyed. Our Dr. Norms cookies were flavored so excellently that the taste sensation we experienced can’t be described as anything less than amazing. It was all we could do to stop ourselves from eating the entire pouch of 10 cookies in one sitting.
Most THC edibles take quite a while to take effect. That’s why we were somewhat surprised when our Dr. Norms Peanut Butter Chocolate Therapy Cookies started kicking in before 30 minutes had passed. Once the full effects of our cookies set in at around the 35-minute mark, they lasted for around two hours, which is a relatively long duration of effect.
We decided to start with a single 10mg THC cookie, so unsurprisingly, our first Dr. Norms cookie experience wasn’t all that potent. We noticed a mild body high that helped us relax before bed.
The next day, we ate two cookies at the same time, and the effects were considerably stronger. At the same time, we didn’t feel overwhelmed, and the effects provided by Dr. Norms Peanut Butter Chocolate Therapy Cookies remained mild and pleasant.
Here’s what you need to know about the activation time and primary effects of Dr. Norms Peanut Butter Chocolate Therapy Cookies:
We found that one 10mg Dr. Norms Peanut Butter Chocolate Therapy cookie provided the best dosage. You can eat more than one cookie at a time, but these low-dose edibles are designed to be savored and enjoyed sparingly.
Dr. Norms is named after Dr. Norm Koz, an MD who along with his wife, Audrey Koz, raised two children, Jeff Koz and Roberta Wilson. In 2007, Roberta Wilson founded Audrey’s Cookies, a non-cannabis cookie brand that used some of Audrey’s original recipes. Over time, Audrey’s Cookies gained traction in chains like Whole Foods and Costco.
In 2015, Jeff Koz joined Roberta to help make Audrey’s Cookies into a national brand. He floated the idea that they should add THC to their cookies, and the idea for Dr. Norms was born. Founded in 2017, Dr. Norms has rapidly become one of California’s most popular THC edibles brands, and this company has released a variety of THC and CBD cookie products.
At the same time we tried Dr. Norms Peanut Butter Chocolate Therapy Cookies, we also sampled this brand’s Chocolate Chip Therapy Cookies. We can say that both options are delicious and sure to please THC lovers everywhere.
Here are the highlights of Dr. Norms Peanut Butter Chocolate Therapy Cookies:
Dr. Norms Peanut Butter Chocolate Therapy Cookies are universally appealing. Featuring vegan ingredients and relatively small doses of THC, these cookies are appropriate for casual cannabis users with specific dietary needs. Dr. Norms even offer a low-dose option if 10mg THC per cookie is a little bit too much.
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One 10mg cookie
Target Age Group
Chocolate Chip Cookies and Brownies
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written by Samuel Popejoy, video by Chad Waldman