A Bud Buddie receiving Sativex on prescription told me she is very pleased with the results, however as she is on quite a high daily dose she has developed sore areas in her mouth from the sublingual spray. She also mentioned that, although the pain killing properties of Sativex are good she misses the heavy relaxed body stone of a good indica.
Sativex is a whole plant extract of cannabis – containing 51% THC and 49% CBD in an alcohol solution.
Most people notice a heavier body stone when eating cannabis as it is processed by the body via different route than smoking or sublingually, so we decided to try mixing a bottle of her Sativex into melted high cocoa solids chocolate.
Here's how we did it
You will need a hob, glass bowl, saucepan, a few spoons, an ice cube tray and 150 grams of quality chocolate (at least 70% cocoa solids, cheap chocolate caramelises during heating). We are using Green & Blacks but any high quality dark chocolate will work
You will also need a bottle of Sativex and a pair of pliers
This post has been edited by DANZIG: 15 October 2007 - 02:23 PM