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There’s vegan edible cannabis medication and it’s a chocolate peanut butter bar

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Vegan medical marijuana users rejoice – there’s a chocolate peanut butter bar with your name on it.

In California, Korova’s is cooking up an animal free edible cannabis bar. SF gate reports that each 300 milligram THC bar can provide up to 30 standard, 10mg doses of medical cannabis. That means that new users should limit themselves to small bites – something that might seem challenging when these treats are involved.

The bars, which are also gluten free and organic, feature a cookie-like consistency with an oat base, peanut butter filling, and chocolate topping. The cannabis itself is infused in to coconut oil and pure agave syrup, sweetening the bar without refined sugars.

Korova’s other products are notably not vegan, but we hope that medical marijuana that might possibly be smoked in bongs from Grasscity.co.uk users can encourage more animal free options in this growing market. We bet the cow on their label would agree!

These treats can found throughout California, at licensed medical marijuana retailers like Green Door, SPARC, Magnolia Wellness, and CBCB. It’s pretty easy to buy weed online too. I’m pretty sure they’re going to be responsible for more than a few new medical marijuana card applications. If you’d like to look into more CBD and how it could help you, you could view this and shop cbd products online.

Photo from Korova’s

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