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Honest edible dosing at home

Discussion in 'Seasoned Marijuana Users' started by ZeusMan, Jun 2, 2019.

  1. So I have been trying to make edibles for my wife at home. With edibles purchased from various reputable dispensaries (in several states) she can consume 100 mg+. With the edibles we make at home 30-50 mg puts her out for a day+.

    We have tried using early harvest cannabis, both directly extracted into butter and hash dissolved in butter. The cannabis is home grown not lab tested but we figure there is no possible way trim is much over 20% thc or that the hash tops 90%. Does every dispensary vastly overstate the dosage or is there something I’m mossing that is making these edible super strength?

    All we are doing is hash dissolved into butter in double boiler or trim in filter bags in butter. This also happen when we use tested RSO to make edibles. Her honest dose seems to be under 20 mg. How is it dispensary edibles have such a dosing diference?
     

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