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Stoney Pebbles

from GoodSinse

A mix of hyperfocus and happy giggles stayed with us for most of the night.

It’s finally spooky season and time to indulge that sweet tooth. And what better way to do that than with a deliciously saccharine snack from GoodSinse. 90% treat with a hint of trick – finding them in stock can be hard – GoodSinse’s Stoney Pebbles are an epic addition to any October shenanigans.

Bite-sized and therefore discrete, Stoney Pebbles are perfect for sharing. Each divine ball is packed with 10mg of THC, a gob of gooey marshmallow and of course, the iconic kid’s cereal that shares half of its name. Just like a Rice Krispie treat, Stoney Pebbles have a nostalgic crunch when you bite into them, however, as they are made with the good stuff (i.e. marshmallows), they need to be refrigerated and thawed before consuming. With their demure size, it takes around 10 minutes for them to reach peak gooeyness once removed from a cold source. While they will hold their shape if left out longer, the best crunch happens right after they reach room temperature.

Taste aside, the real treat is in the potency. As edible connoisseurs, we have a very high tolerance – which is why we get excited when a 10mg product is enough to send us to stonerland. In fact, to say that 10mg was enough would be an understatement because just one Stoney Pebbles treat had us buzzing for hours. Initially, the high appeared as a kinetic feeling in the back of our skulls. Within 20 minutes of this first inkling of stoniness, our brain was aflame with stoned energy. Suddenly, simple tasks like stamping a Bingo card were the most entertaining activities ever – with a mix of hyperfocus and happy giggles that stayed with us for most of the night. When the high finally subsided, we tried a second portion to see if we’d have the same results and are happy to report that we absolutely did. Judging by the scarcity of the product on Anchorage shelves, we’d say it’s a safe bet that we aren’t the

This article was originally published in the October 2022 issue of Alaska Leaf.

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