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Eat The Lollipop, Toss The Stick, And A Weed Plant Grows In Its Place

Half Lit Cannabis-Infused Organic Lollipops

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Eat The Lollipop, Toss The Stick, And A Weed Plant Grows In Its Place

Half Lit cannabis-infused organic lollipops are one of the most innovative new additions to the edibles scene. When you’re done eating the candy, plant the stick to grow your own weed plant.

For a lot of people, consuming weed is a way to tap into creative thinking. If that’s true, then the folks responsible for a new edible product must have consumed a ton of weed. Half Lit cannabis-infused organic lollipops are one of the most creative takes on edibles to hit the market. These lollipops combine getting high with growing weed.

How The Half Lit Cannabis-Infused Organic Lollipops Work

Half Lit Cannabis-Infused Organic Lollipops

Half Lit cannabis-infused organic lollipops are the edibles that keep on giving. Step one: eat the THC- or CBD-infused hard candy. Step two: plant the stick to grow your own cannabis plant.

Here’s how the whole thing works. The half-spherical lollipop—designed to look like a half moon—is jam packed with high-quality cannabinoids.

The company behind Half Lit cannabis-infused organic lollipops has so far released seven flavors. Lunar Lavender, Watermelon Wonderland, Hot Mama Mango, Calming Caramel Açaí, and Lit Lemonade all come with 25 milligrams of THC.

The seventh flavor, CBD Lunar Lavender, has 25 milligrams of CBD instead of THC. This one is designed for anyone looking for the medical and health benefits of cannabis, but who doesn’t want any psychoactive effects.

According to Half Lit’s website, the hard candies are made with organic, pesticide-free, and non-GMO cannabis. This is important if you have any concerns about weed products that may be contaminated by fertilizers or pesticides that could be harmful.

And while this is already enough to get excited about, it’s only half of what these lollipops have to offer. Once you’re done eating your lollipop and your high is setting in, it’s time to put the stick to good use.

Instead of throwing it away, plant it. The sticks used in Half Lit lollipops have a cannabis seed embedded inside them. When you plant it and start watering it, the stick breaks down so the seed can germinate and begin to grow.

Feed, water, and take care of your plant. In just a few months, you’ll have your own weed plant full of crystal-covered buds.

A New Addition To The Edibles Scene

Edibles are some of the hottest products on the legal cannabis market. In fact, edibles made up nearly half of the $5.4 billion in legal weed sales in 2015. And that number is only going to get bigger.

Edibles are popular for a variety of reasons. For starters, it’s a great way to get high—or to use medical cannabis—without having to smoke. If you don’t like the idea of inhaling smoke, but you still want the benefits of cannabis, edibles are a good option.

Similarly, eating edibles is one of the most discreet ways to get high. Edibles also produce a unique kind of high. It takes longer to set in, but when it does, it’s usually super intense. Expect to stay high for a much longer time than you would if you smoked your weed.

Given the huge popularity of edibles, cannabis companies have come up with all sorts of edible and drinkable products. You can buy everything from cannabis-infused soft drinks to chocolates, popcorn, cookies, muffins, and even pizza sauce.

While infusing THC and CBD into hard candies isn’t anything new, Half Lit’s idea of putting it on top of a seed-laced stick is an innovative addition to the edibles scene.

Final Hit: Half Lit Cannabis-Infused Organic Lollipops

Half Lit cannabis-infused organic lollipops have found an interesting new way to expand what edibles are all about. Now you can get high and take a stab at growing your own weed.

To make the whole thing even better, it’s also a waste-free way to consume weed. After planting your stick and letting it grow into a cannabis plant, there’s nothing left to throw into the landfill.

Nick Lindsey

Nick is a Green Rush Daily staff writer from Fort Collins, Colorado. He has been at the epicenter of the cannabis boom from the beginning. He holds a Masters in English Literature and a Ph.D. in cannabis (figuratively of course).

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