Korova Organik Chocolate & Peanut Butter Bar
If you’re looking for a guilt-free way to medicate while still satisfying your sweet tooth, look no further than the Korova Organik Chocolate & Peanut Butter Bar.
Here’s what you need to know: What’s in the bag 300mg THC total. Recommended 6 doses.
Infused with lab tested, solvent-free coconut oil and flavored with real fruit juice
Ingredients: Organic peanut butter, organic gluten free oats, organic agave syrup, organic coconut flour, organic cannabis infused coconut oil, vegan organic chocolate chips, brown rice cereal, organic vanilla extract, baking soda, sea salt.
First Impressions: The chocolate and peanut butter smell super yummy when I open the bag. The consistency is a little crumbly when you cut it up, like a cross between a brownie and a granola bar. Since the bars are not scored, you have to use your best judgment when cutting it into appropriate doses. There’s a noticeable taste of cannabis, but it’s not overpowering and it gives the bar an earthiness that I actually appreciated. It left my mouth feeling a little dry, so I would suggest enjoying these bars with a tall glass of your favorite milk.
Effects: I took about 50mg (I’m estimating, since I cut the bar into six pieces as the dosing guidelines suggest). After about 90 minutes, I started to feel deep relaxation in my body and a noticeable decrease in pain from my workout the previous day. I have a pretty high tolerance, so the effects only lasted about two hours for me. I wasn’t particularly motivated while the effects were present, so this seems like a great product for evening medicating or for an afternoon of movie watching or staying indoors.
Overall: This bar satisfies a sweet tooth while helping to keep my body feeling healthy and strong. One downside is that it’s meant to be dosed in 50mg increments, but you have to cut it into pieces yourself, which can lead to inaccurate dosing. That means these bars are not ideal for patients new to cannabis or those with low tolerance. Always remember the golden rule of edibles: start low, go slow.