Let’s face it, baking edibles sucks. You basically need a chemistry degree to figure out how to achieve the right temperature to decarboxylate without burning your bud. Half the time the final product has the vague taste of stale weed and is so dry that swallowing it is more of a chore than a pleasure. More often than not, the cannabutter has settled unevenly in the batch leaving one person greening out, while another sits on the couch sober and frustrated. But the dark days are over. THC-infused sprinkles are here to revolutionize cannabis edibles.
There’s more than one reason why people love edibles. Besides the fact that they enable consumers to get their daily dose of THC on-the-sly, edibles also provide an excellent high without the health hazards associated with inhaling smoke. From mouth-watering cookies to gummies bursting with tropical flavors, it’s no wonder why some people prefer to eat their ganja. That’s why Seven Saints Sprinkles created a product that will allow cannabis enthusiasts to enjoy edibles without the hassle of making them.
“With Seven Saints Sprinkles anything edible can be a cannabis edible.”
Founders Paul and Greg recognize that edibles are often associated with overly-sweet foods that can be damaging to your health. That’s why the duo decided that not only did their product need to be reliable, it also needed to be nutritious. Each Seven Saints Sprinkles package is composed of all-natural ingredients with names that you can actually pronounce. From fiber-rich flaxseeds to oregano, you can rest assured that everything inside is nutrient-dense.
Each package also includes a precise dose of THC, 10 MG. According to the Seven Saints website, “too much of a good thing can be a bad thing.” That’s especially true with edibles, whose sneaky effects have been known to turn as all into a paranoid, panting Maureen Dowd at some point. With Seven Saint’s hearty mixture, there’s no guesswork. You’re guaranteed to get just the right amount of THC every time so long as you follow the dosing recommendations.
Seven Saints Sprinkles comes in two flavors. The first is Sweet & Toasted, “a lightly sweet mix of cocoa and coconut,” which can be added to smoothies, cereal, baked goods or ice cream.
Then, there’s Crisp & Savory, “an herbal mix of rosemary, sage, oregano, and thyme,” which pairs perfectly with steak, chicken, and grilled veggies.
Whatever foods you love, Seven Saints Sprinkles can make them even better. The possibilities are as limitless as your creativity from yogurt to stirfry. For ideas to kickstart your imagination, the website has several recipes for inspiration.
Since the packaging is discreet, and so are the sprinkles themselves, you can easily sneak some over top of your meal at your favorite restaurant.
Finally, you can create your own edibles without the inconvenience of slaving in the kitchen and maintain your good health while getting ripped. But this is only the beginning for Seven Saints Superfoods. Soon, they will be launching a 5mg micro-dose option, perfect for those who are new to the edible scene. What foods do you think could be best improved by THC-infused sprinkles? Show us your creativity in the comments.