EDIBLE REVIEW: Kushy Punch Recover Gummies
Putting THC and CBD together packs a punch
When people talk about the strength and potency of cannabis products, they tend to focus solely on THC (and sometimes CBD) percentages. However, research has shown that different cannabinoids and terpenes can be more effective when working in conjunction with one another. The idea is that you use the benefits of the “whole plant” rather than singling out specific compounds.
In other words, THC and CBD might be stronger together than they are apart. This phenomenon is known as the “entourage effect,” which should not be confused with “Entourage movie effect,” a disorder characterized by recurring nightmares about Jeremy Piven.
The California-based nonprofit collective Kushy Punch pays tribute to the good kind of entourage effect with their Recover Gummies, which offer a 2:1 dose of THC to CBD. Each square-inch gummy comes pre-molded into quarters, with helpful packaging that clearly displays how you can portion your dosage.
That blend of THC and CBD means that you get mood enhancement and social anxiety relief without sacrificing clarity and focus. Each Kushy Punch line of gummies comes in a different flavor, and Recover is flavored black and blue raspberry. The candy comes in a brownish-red color, with tart berry flavors and an excellent consistency. It was not easy to nibble off a tiny piece and put the rest away.
For people who still prefer to focus solely on THC or CBD, Kushy Punch has you covered. Their CBD Gummies are flavored peach, while their high-dosage THC product T.K.O. comes in lime.<div class="star-rating"> Produced by N&R Publications, a division of News & Review </div> <div class="star-rating"> Content: 60 mg THC + 30 mg CBD </div> <div class="star-rating"> Price: $20/4 doses </div> <div class="star-rating"> Uses: Mood improvement and social anxiety relief. </div> <div class="star-rating"> Pros: Great packaging; excellent flavors; organic extraction methods. </div> <div class="star-rating"> Cons: It's extremely difficult to nibble on a single square and put the rest away. </div>