You’d be hard-pressed to find a gummy shortage in any corner of the edibles market. Most edible companies use THC or CBD distillate to infuse their gummies, and typically separate them into 10-milligram pieces. “All of the bright packages and kaleidoscope of flavors could lead you to believe that infused candy possibilities are endless,” wrote Kate Ryan for Weedmaps. “But as a gummy connoisseur, let me tell you: most weed gummies are virtually indistinguishable.”

In a market where most weed gummies are nearly identical on a chemical level, the search for a canna-infused chewable treat that separates itself from the pack ultimately becomes a matter of presentation, form, flavor, and personal taste. If there’s a major difference in how a gummy makes you feel, it’ll…

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