With simplicity in mind, our syrup recipes employ a healthy, easily-digestible glycerin base, rather than high-fructose corn syrup.
Featuring blood orange and lemongrass flavors, each teaspoon (~30mg) of Cannabliss THC Syrup is a delicious and potent experience.
Halo Infusions & Extractions takes product quality very seriously. If a customer is unsatisfied, they may request a refund or replacement directly from the dispensary they purchased the original product from.
Syrups – Store in a cool dry place or refrigerate for up to 6 months.
Infused syrups are taken orally, and the effects are generally felt within a few minutes. Relief typically lasts between 2 and 4 hours.
In comparison to other ingestion methods, the onset of effects from syrups is moderate. For example, edibles such as brownies are harder to digest than syrups, and hence take longer to be felt. By comparison, syrups are similar to tinctures in that they have a short onset of a few minutes.
Infused syrups have another benefit in that they can be simpler to dose in small amounts. For example, a user may only consume a only a portion of a bottle, and then periodically take additional doses over time to sustain their relief. Because syrup dosing provides such fine grain control, they are also easier for inexperienced users.
Specific Recommendations for Infused Syrups
Each 3 ounce bottle of syrup is infused with 600mg each of activated THC, together with other trace cannabinoids, that help ensure an entourage effect experience.
A typical dosage is a one-half teaspoon of ~15mg. More experienced users with higher tolerance may increase their dosage to a full teaspoon (~30mg) or more.
Users with limited or no edible experience should begin with a no more than a fraction of a teaspoon, preferably consumed in a beverage. Wait 45 minutes. If effects are inadequate, take another small dose and wait an additional 30 minutes.
How Much is Too Much?
It is definitely possible to ingest more cannabis than you need or want. It can take an hour or more for the medicine to take full effect, therefore it is common to increase your dosage prematurely.
When this happens you may have feelings of uneasiness, anxiety, or even paranoia. You might also feel dizzy, groggy, nauseous, or get chills. Your coordination might be affected and you may have trouble speaking clearly. Some people experience heart rate acceleration, which can further increase the anxiety.
DO NOT PANIC! It is impossible to ingest a toxic dose of marijuana. Nobody has ever died from ingesting too much cannabis. It does not slow your respiratory system or cause organ failure, even in extreme doses.
The best remedy for ingesting too much cannabis is to sleep it off. The peak of the effects should take place about an hour after you begin to notice them and begin to dissipate after that. It has been found that the fat in milk can help move cannabinoids; (Including THC) more quickly through the body, ameliorating the effects of the over dosage.