Vegan AF Gummies, $44 at Sunday Scaries
In addition to CBD, these gummies have vitamins B12 and D3 to help boost your immune and nervous systems. Note that while these taste great, they do have added sugar, corn syrup and artificial flavors.
Sparkling Water, $39.99 at Take Recess
Recess is a CBD- and adaptogen-infused sparkling water that comes in three flavors: Peach Ginger, Pomegranate Hibiscus and Blackberry Chai. The options are low in calories (about 25) and sugar (about 5 grams) when compared to many other options.
Sparkling Water, $39.99 at Sweet Reason
This just-launched CBD sparkling water has no carbs and uses no sugar, sweeteners or artificial ingredients, making it a standout in an often junky market space. Flavors like Cucumber Mint are super refreshing and clock in at just five calories per serving.
Wellness Shots, $47.95 at Navitas Organics
Navitas Organics — one of the OG superfood brands — just launched a line of ready-to-drink shots that combine organic superfoods with full-spectrum hemp oil. They come in four flavors: Calm, Bliss, Focus and Restore.
Matcha, $30 at Calivolve
Combine two buzzy ingredients in one shot with these dark chocolate matcha CBD truffles.
Hemptails, $2.99 at Drink Hemptails
Launched just last month, Hemptails is a hemp-infused malt beverage available in three flavors: Hemp’d, Citrus Gold or Passionfruit Express.
Coconut Bites, $14.99 at Weller
Weller makes coconut bites with plenty of healthy fats to go along with its full-spectrum hemp. While flavors like chocolate and caramel are tasty, even the original flavor is high in sugar (9 grams per 25-gram serving).
CBD Gummies, $34.99 at Veritas Farms
You’ll want to eat the whole container of these! Note, however, that while they’re made with organic ingredients, there are added sugars and fruit concentrates.
Colorado Hemp Honey
Hemp Honey, $49.99 at Colorado Hemp Honey
Available in three varieties: Raw Relief, Tangerine Tranquility and Lemon Stress Less, Colorado Hemp Honey uses only 100-percent pure, raw Rocky Mountain honey and, true to its name, Colorado-grown, full-spectrum hemp.
Granola Clusters, $20 at Get Sava
Thanks to Atlas Edibles, your post-workout snack or afternoon slump go-to can now have a CBD twist. The ingredient lists are relatively clean, though there is added sugar.
Microwave Popcorn, $8 at Get Sava
Just when you think you’ve seen it all — now there’s microwave cannabis popcorn. The packaging is single serving and though it’s high in net carbs (26 grams), the ingredient list is relatively clean with nothing but organic popcorn, organic palm oil, sea salt and cannabinoid extract.
Dark Chocolate Covered Almonds or Strawberries, $24 at Get Sava
Even your almonds and strawberries can now get a CBD addition, thanks to a deliciously sweet chocolate coating.
Healing Hemp CBD Chocolate Gift Box, $24 at Rawesome Morsels
Handcrafted with a short list of recognizable and non-GMO ingredients, Rawesome Morsels is popular at farmers’ markets and low in sugar.
Hand Crafted Marshmallows, $6 at Get Sava
CBD benefits aside, there’s obviously not a lot of health benefits in sugary marshmallows, but they taste delicious and the packaging is portion-controlled.
Sweat with Bec
CBD Chocolate, $5 at Sweat with Bec
Each portion-controlled chocolate serving has less than a gram of sugar and there are no fillers here. Besides CBD, the ingredients are: raw cacao, cacao butter, date paste and Himalayan sea salt.
It seems like you can’t hit up a health-minded place — whether it’s an organic grocery store, a stretching spot or even an athleisure retailer like Bandier — without coming across some sort of CBD munchable. And why not? There are some pretty awesome purported health benefits driving the cannabis craze and those go into overdrive when you combine them with, say, a raw cacao-date truffle. And no worries if you’re watching what you eat; not only do many brands offer the CBD-infused edibles in portion-controlled packages, but the CBD used is non-psychoactive cannabinoid, so while you might feel more relaxed, you won’t get the “stoned” feeling or the munchies traditionally associated with cannabis.
Like with CBD tinctures, creams and capsules, edibles are getting the luxury treatment when it comes to packaging. This brings up two important points: most of the options are expensive (we’re talking $6.50 for sparkling water or $5 for two small chocolate bites), and you must read nutrition labels and ingredient lists of any products you’re considering. Many CBD products taste addictively delicious because they’re formulated with sugar and artificial flavors. That isn’t to say they’re not worth enjoying, it’s just important to do so mindfully (in keeping with the whole premise of CBD as a health food).
Check out the slideshow above to see the most noteworthy edible and drinkable options, bearing in mind that according to Brandon Nolte, owner of Healthy Hemp Oil, it can take up to an hour for a calming effect to spread throughout the body.
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