Wyld makes cannabis chocolates in a few different, very tasty flavors. What first drew me to Wyld was that they specify which types of strains they use in their edibles. In fact, the flavor of each chocolate determines whether Sativa, Indica, or a Hybrid strain was in the cannabis oil used to make that chocolate.
I chose the Blood Orange White Chocolate because the package says it is sativa-enhanced. Sativa-dominant strains are always my preference. The appearance of the edible is a charming, little, orange-colored, pot-leaf-shaped chocolate. The taste is a nice, creamy, white chocolate with a strong citrus flavor. This recreational edible has almost 12 mg. THC, and 0.48 mg. CBD.
I started to really notice the effect after about 35 – 40 minutes. What a great high. My vision was a little changed, everything seemed to shine just a little. Colors seemed a bit brighter. My mood was lifted, but I also felt a nice body high, a pleasant sensation that seemed to originate from just behind my eyes. This was quite an energetic high.
According to the Portland, Oregon company’s website, “Wyld explores, pushes depths, questions what cannot be done, innovates and maintains an open mind. Wyld respects what others have accomplished while continuing to pioneer each day. Wyld celebrates what our Pacific Northwest provides us by creating treats that coincide with our ambitions and adventurous lifestyles. Climb cliffs and hike trails; explore our rivers, lakes, oceans, and mountains. Enjoy what brings us together and let Wyld keep us coming back.”
I will definitely be coming back to Wyld.