Experience the sensations of the constellations as these solventless Gravity Gummies unleash a potent buzz that will send you floating into space … even if your feet are still firmly attached to the ground.
Interstellar space travel is driving humans towards Mars in an attempt to save humanity, but this writer believes that we’d all be a lot better off if we got high and decided to stop killing this planet. To me, the idea of spending billions of dollars to fly halfway to the sun to cultivate life on a dead planet sounds like a drugged-out idea, but maybe that’s the ‘rational stoner’ part of my mind talking. Either way, I know the world would be a happier place if we all ate some delicious Gravity Gummies and found harmony with where we are now.
Produced by the exceptional hash makers at Constellation Cannabis, these yummy gummies are infused with solventless hash oil, which makes them instantly better than every distillate gummy in Washington. Simply put: Solventless hash is way more potent and effective at getting people baked, and I’m sure a lot of edible users will find their gravity altered by their typical serving size of these gummies. Individually sealed, each bite has a lovely earthy-fuel taste from the rosin that blends perfectly with the sugary, mixed-berry flavor – complete with a luxurious mouthfeel that begins the countdown for being launched into space.
We found that two to three servings brought a robust high that had our minds and bodies floating, with an effect that is equivalent to most gummy brands in the 50+ milligram range. The solventless hash makes these more effective, which means you can eat less – or more! Just make sure to have your Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy ready for your adventure.
Check out Constellation Cannabis for these sweet hashy treats, their new Space Capsules (also infused with solventless hash), and grab some rosin from your favorite dispensary’s cold fridge for an experience that is out of this world.
This article was originally published in the May 2022 issue of Northwest Leaf.
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