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Our THC chocolate edibles in Canada contain 200mg to 500mg of THC. Chocolate edible THC comes in various flavours, guaranteeing that you will find the one for you.

Chocolate has the ability to elevate blood pressure and increase circulation. Chocolate contains flavanols and plant components that help lower blood pressure and protect the heart. Milk chocolate contains 1-2 times more flavanols than dark chocolate. 

Furthermore, chocolate is known to boost antioxidants. Chocolate contains a variety of natural organic compounds and antioxidants, polyphenols, flavanols, and catechins are among them. The antioxidants included in chocolate can help prevent and protect our cells from free radical damage.

Furthermore, cocoa combined with THC is an excellent pair. This combo will help you boost your appetite, reduce chronic pain, and enhance sleep. Not only will you benefit from cocoa, but THC can also help ease your worries about pain or mental health, all with the delicious taste of chocolate.



These products will make you relaxed, happy, hungry, uplifted, sleepy & creative.

Cocoa comes in a variety of forms, including bars, squares, and other shapes.  According to research, it lowers the risk of heart disease and enhances blood flow to the brain.

Furthermore, tetrahydrocannabinol is the principal psychoactive component of cannabis, and it can be found in both recreational and medical marijuana. The different tetrahydrocannabinol concentrations in marijuana can alter psychoactive effects.


Tetrahydrocannabinol is the primary psychoactive component of cannabis. It is what gives customers a “high” feeling. THC can be consumed in various ways, including smoking, vaporizing, ingesting, and applying it topically (topical). Cocoa is one of the most prevalent edible forms of tetrahydrocannabinol.

Chocolate edibles THC has numerous health benefits in addition to its delicious flavour and long-lasting effect. According to research, tetrahydrocannabinol has analgesic, anti-inflammatory, and antioxidant properties. 

Additionally, THC chocolate edibles are an excellent choice for people who have chronic pain or inflammation. Furthermore, the antioxidants in THC edible can help with cell defence.

Products Reviews

Sunny Benedett

Very enjoyable. I usually dislike the aftertaste of edibles, especially those with a high dose, but the chocolate in this one covers it nicely. It is pretty effective at reducing anxiety and stress. This is something I strongly recommend.

David Whyttam

This item lived up to my expectations. This product did not leave a cannabis aftertaste. Instead, it had the flavour and sweetness of chocolate and tasted exactly the same. When I wasn't feeling well, this really helped me when I had to travel.

Forya Smith

This edible smelled and tasted like sweet chocolate maple bacon and melted in my mouth. The larger size worked perfectly for me since I have a higher tolerance. In addition, I loved the effect- making me relaxed and happy. I'm planning to buy it again. One of the best THC chocolates I've ever had.



Does THC Chocolate Increase Your High?

According to some studies, mixing chocolate and marijuana will increase the high. There are two main reasons behind this:

  • Chocolate by itself creates a sense of euphoria by targeting dopamine receptors. It boosts the euphoric effects of marijuana when combined with it.
  • Chocolate is high in fat and tetrahydrocannabinol is fat-soluble, this results in a more efficient absorption of the THC within the product

What is the distinction between THC and Total THC on the label of a Cannabis product?

The term “THC” or tetrahydrocannabinol refers to the number of active cannabinoids in the product at the purchase before heating by vaping, smoking, or cooking.

The concentration of active cannabinoids in cannabis after it has been heated for ingestion by vaping, smoking or cooking is referred to as “total tetrahydrocannabinol.”

The “Total” cannabis content values are the most useful for estimating the potential potency of the product when ingested.