I have addressed Buddha’s Best’s claim about being the “strongest edible on the market” in the past. I still hold that both by dose and by total edible cannabinoids, this simply isn’t true. Chronic Catering has them by over 20 mgs per edible. However, in the grand scheme of things, who really cares. Buddha’s Best makes what is frankly one of the tastiest edibles on the market. They use all natural ingredients, as most medibles do. In this world of overly processed foods, it is refreshing to eat anything with simple, honest ingredients, instead of chemicals.
Buddha’s Best makes a thick, doughy cookie. It is a bit messy with the crumbles on top. But the Ghiradelli white chocolate is melt in your mouth delicious. There is the slightly unsettling green color to deal with. But that just means it’s packed with medicine. It is a very dense cookie, and this keeps you from overeating too much in one dose. Its decadent flavor is a rich treat to be enjoyed in small, high potency pieces.
This edible gave me a nice relaxing high: perfect for unwinding after a long day. The high rolls in easy, and it builds rather than hits, making medicating with it less jarring. It’s a bit heady. And these cerebral effects were manifested in a very chatty and giggly high. There were strong aural to body sensations, so listening to music was an intense experience. I found it to be stoney, but I was still focused with low doses. A nibble here, a gobble there, and I had tailored medicating all day long. Because of the strength of the suggested doses, it doesn’t take much if you are looking for minor relief. I’ve never needed more than half a cookie in any one session, making its price tag all the more reasonable.
$12/ The Clinic