No this is not a recipe. But in researching this article I ran across quite a few on Pinterest.
Quincy, Massachusetts just got a little more exciting as a medical marijuana dispensary has given birth to just about every stoner’s dream, pizza that gets you high.
To be clear, this is a medical dispensary, Ermont Inc, that has created the pizza with the intent of medicating patients who want to ingest their cannabis without smoking it or eating sweets.
Director of Operations Seth Yaffe says the company has a whole range of marijuana edibles, but he wanted to offer meals without a lot of sugar.
The unassuming 6-inch cheese pizza’s tomato sauce contains the secret ingredient, 125 milligrams of THC (tetrahydrocannabinol), the psychoactive compound in marijuana. According to Yaffe, if customers want toppings, they can add their own. The pizzas sell for $38 a piece and since Ermont Inc. started selling them (about three weeks ago), they’ve already sold about 200. Now incase you were already starting to plan your trip to Massachusetts, only people with state-issued medical marijuana ID cards are eligible to get in on the tasty treats.
For those of you that enjoy a nice cup of joe in the morning, guess what else you can have spiked now? A company out of San Diego has made Keurig compatible cups with marijuana laced coffee.
There has been a lot of controversy surrounding the pods as the creator has come out saying he regrets even making them as they’ve created a massive amount of waste, however these new Brewbudz will be completely biodegradable.
They’ll come in 10 milligram doses for recreational users and 50 milligrams doses for medical patients and will cost $7 each. Brewbuz plans on releasing a line of decaffeinated coffee, teas, and hot cocoa pods in the near future.
The Associated Press Contributed to this Report
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