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Cinnamon Blueberry Muffin Marijuana Edible

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Marijuana Menu Addition: Introducing Home Grown Bakery Edibles

Home Grown Bakery Marijuana Edible Pictures Pictures

Cinnamon Blueberry Muffin Marijuana Edible

HR Knows the Muffin Man

White Chocolate Coconut Cookie Marijuana Edible

Tasty Coconut Treat

Peanut Butter Brownie Cupcake

Peanut Butter and Chocolate

Smoked Almond Turtle Marijuana Edible

Medicated Turtles

Humboldt Relief is pleased to announce that we now carry Home Grown Bakery Edible Products! Available in 4 delicious flavors, Cinnamon Blueberry Muffins, White Chocolate Coconut Cookies, Peanut Butter Brownie Cupcakes, and Smoked Almond Turtles! The donation price is $8 per piece; these are an excellent butter based alternative to Hubby Bars.

Since they are made with cannabutter, they are not as strong as Hubbies. We recommend these for patients in need of mild pain relief or for those with a low tolerance to edibles. As always, keep marijuana edibles away from children. Please medicate with caution as edibles can cause severe drowsiness for several hours. Let us know what you think of this new menu addition, and be sure to bring your rec and ID with you to our Reseda dispensary. One Love!

Medical Marijuana Menu Highlight: Butter, Glycerin, and Canola Oil!

Greetings Humboldt Relief patients! Many of you use medical marijuana edible products as part of your treatment regime; however, donating for pre-made edibles may pose certain problems. First off, dosage will be difficult to determine initially. Finding the right amount can be tricky because eating too much might produce unpleasant effects whereas eating too little often brings no relief. Those with dietary restrictions, especially diabetes, often have trouble with pre-made edible cannabis products as well. Avoid potency problems along with ingredient issues by making your own edibles! We’re offering several products to help turn you into a ganja gourmet chef:

Canna Butter

Cannabis Canola Oil

Edibles Ganja Glycerin

These fine products all come from our friends at Canna Catering. You’ll find that the possibilities are virtually endless when it comes to cooking with these medical marijuana edible products. Simply substitute the cannabis infused butter or Canola Oil into any recipe that utilities either of these ingredients. The Ganja Glycerin drops are just as versatile. The drops are particularly useful in liquids or beverages.

Remember, eating medical marijuana is different than smoking it. The onset will be delayed anywhere from a 1/2 hour to a full hour after eating. Edibles work best on an empty stomach, so try to eat them about 2 hours after a meal. Marijuana edibles are ideal for pain relief as they typically induce bodily sensations or sleepiness. The effects also last longer than those of inhaled cannabis. Plan on being in an altered state for roughly 4 hours or so, depending upon the amount of THC ingested. It is not advisable to drive or operate heavy machinery when under the influence of medicated treats. PLEASE KEEP ALL MEDICAL CANNABIS PRODUCTS OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.

For cooking ideas, you’ll find lots of medical marijuana recipes online. There are special cookbooks available for purchase, too. Happy cooking! One Love!

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Medical Marijuana Menu Highlight: Medicated Ice Cream

Greetings Humboldt Relief patients! It’s going to be a hot day today. Not only will the temperature reach 100 degrees in the San Fernando Valley, but the heat index is up due to unusually high humidity. During this type of weather, you might not feel up to smoking your medication. Cool down by eating some medical marijuana ice cream instead:



Medicated Chocolate Ice Cream

Medicated Strawberry Ice Cream

In addition to the chocolate and strawberry flavors, we also offer classic Vanilla. These edible marijuana treats are very potent, so please use caution when determining the dosage. We suggest that patients with low tolerances consume 1/4 of the container; those with high tolerances should only eat 1/2 at a time. The suggested donation price per container is $10, so you’re getting an excellent value. You’ll be able to taste the THC in these instantly, which serves as an indicator of its effectiveness. You may eat these edibles on their own or mix them in with other ingredients, such as regular ice cream, fruit smoothies, or protein/nutrition shakes. One Love!


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Alternative Medical Marijuana Products

Greetings Humboldt Relief patients! Many patients smoke medical marijuana to ease symptoms of various conditions; however, some cannot inhale burning materials as a result of their ailments. These patients may still experience the healing power of cannabis through vaporization or consuming edible products. HR offers the following items on a regular basis:

Edibles Menu


Super Suckers

The cakes are our house edibles; they’re hand made by a very talented gourmet chef and we’re pleased to offer them at an affordable donation price. Please note that the effects of eating marijuana are different than those of smoking your medication. The onset of edibles takes anywhere from a half hour to two hours. It’s recommended that patients use caution when finding the appropriate dosage. Edibles work best when eaten on an empty stomach—wait approximately 2 hours after you finish a meal to get the maximum benefit. Many patients find edibles useful for managing chronic pain or inducing sleep. Edibles tend to cause drowsiness, so do not attempt to drive or operate heavy machinery while under their influence. Those looking for pain relief without losing the ability to function normally should consider donating for our Cannabis lotion:

Cannabis Lotion

The Cannabis Lotion is NOT for ingestion; it’s a topical ointment infused with THC. The lotion acts as a numbing agent, but it does not result in a “high” of any kind. Patients with arthritis, fibromyalgia, or similar conditions involvingĀ  join tenderness and inflammation will definitely find these solutions helpful. For additional information about edible marijuana, please consult the following article from Cannabis Culture magazine. One Love!


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