Cannabis Edibles Laws Have Changed in Maryland

Cannabis Edibles Laws Have Changed in Maryland

Cannabis Edibles Law Changes in Maryland

Effective April 19, 2021, any “medical cannabis product intended for human consumption by oral ingestion…that dissolve[s] or disintegrate[s] in the mouth,” will be recategorized as an edible cannabis product and subject to regulation. This means that there will be a limit of edibles sold at medical cannabis dispensaries to 10mg of THC per dose and 100mg of THC per package —unless the product has been approved by the MMCC. Edibles are popular with many medical marijuana patients.

Flower and Edibles 

Making your own edibles can take a lot of practice and trial-and-error to get it right. After some experimentation, you might get close to what you want. There are some ways to make mistakes without creating a lot of problems for yourself. 

 

The diversity of marijuana edibles are quickly expanding, allowing you to infuse anything that calls for butter or oil, such as cookies, brownies, bread, and much more! The key to ingesting edibles is to be aware of your dosing. It’s important to start with caution with a low dose and being patient, as edibles take longer to kick in.

Benefits of Making Cannabis Edibles at Home 

Controlling Additives 

Unfortunately, many processed cannabis-infused foods and drinks on the market today contain a lot of sugar, sodium and other additives. Sugary drinks, sweets, candies, cookies, and cakes, are just a few examples of edibles that are likely to contain high levels of sugars and fructose corn syrup. As a result, they put consumers at risk for high cholesterol, diabetes, tooth decay, obesity, and heart disease among others.

Eliminating Food Allergies 

If you suffer from any type of food allergy, the surest way to avoid it is to prepare your food personally or with the help of someone who understands your allergies. The same applies when it comes to cannabis edibles – the only way to control what goes into your edibles is to make them personally or have them made under your own instructions.

Making Dosing Easy

Because everyone is different, making your own edibles comes highly recommended because it can be a bit difficult to estimate how much THC or CBD you are getting from a prepackaged edible. And this is especially true when your source cannot be trusted.

Privacy 

Cannabis edibles offer a great deal of privacy and discretion for users who would rather keep their love or need for marijuana to themselves. 

Cannabis Products to Help at Home

The Ardent FX is an all-in-one activation, infusion, melting, and baking appliance to help you make certain edibles at home with no prior cannabis, cooking, or baking experience to use. 

  • Decarboxylate, extract, infuse, melt, and bake all in one appliance 
  • Full activation and infusion of THC, CBD, CBG and other cannabinoids
  • Use any plant material (including flower, kief, and concentrate)
  • Odorless 
  • Stainless steel cavity
  • 4 different settings for a full range of activation, infusion, melting, baking and more
  • Detachable base for easy clean up
  • No minimum material amount, work with up to 4 oz of plant material at a time
  • Perfect as a personal cooking and crafting device in addition to all of it’s cannabis capabilities 

 

To learn more, check out this video from Sarah ElSayed, of Ardent Cannabis. Sarah explains why decarboxylation is a fantastic method to get the most out of your cannabis.

Mary and Main offers premium edibles with the best professionals in the business to help you find what you are looking for. With a wide variety available, we can help you find what will work best for you. Call us today or visit our website to learn more.