Edibles are a great way for people that don’t like smoke to get their medicine. Even if you’re a weed smoker, edibles are a nice way to switch things up or keep things discreet. The best edibles of 2017 are consistent, low-key and tasty. Here’s a variety of the best-infused snacks this year had to offer.
10. Pot Chips
LOL Edibles has a wide variety of infused products. They’ve come a long way from the typical infused brownie or chocolate bar. If you’d prefer a savory snack that’ll get you high, their Pot Chips are worth trying.
Pros: It’s a savory snack with a high dose of THC. Every bag is labeled with the exact strain used and whether it is indica, sativa or hybrid. You can also choose between chili cheese, crunchy Cheetos, hot Cheetos and extra hot Cheetos.
Cons: It’s harder to guess the exact dose per chip. We wouldn’t recommend this to an inexperienced edible user. If you’re used to consuming well over 100 mg of THC per sitting, you can split this bag into three servings.
Why We Like It: One of the only potent and savory infused edibles on the market.
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