I told her that CBD Gummies get boring after a while! You want to change it up a little and figure out what else you could put CBD in? They had sodas that were laced with CBD or marijuana
I was talking to our sister the other day, and the two of us were discussing CBD and marijuana, but she told myself and others that she had read in the paper where there were some dispensaries that were now selling Sprite that was infused with THC and/or CBD. She asked myself and others what I thought? I had nothing to say about it! Instead, I asked if there was anything they won’t/can’t put CBD or THC in? She was stunned by our response, then normally she and I believe about the same on subjects, and if the two of us don’t, it’s just friendly banter back and forth. I knew she occasionally imbibed in a pot cigarette when she was feeling seriously stressed. I did not suppose just how awkward it was for her to suppose I knew, or to suppose that I use CBD every day. I told her that CBD Gummies get boring after a while! You want to change it up a little and figure out what else you could put CBD in? They had sodas that were laced with CBD or marijuana. I knew you could put it in just about every food they had since I had done that. I baked cookies, homemade candy, and even created our own confections that have CBD in them, but that was why I asked if there was anything they wouldn’t put CBD in? If the dispensaries didn’t think safe selling weird products infused with CBD, was it the quality of the CBD, or the reaction that occurred when added to the products? I wanted to suppose if it was because of adverse reactions, or that it wouldn’t be worth selling because there’d be easily little market for the product?