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Boost – THC Milk Chocolate Bars – 200mg


Dosing information for each chocolate bar (40g): 10 pieces per bar 200mg THC per bar 20mg THC per piece Ingredients: THC distillate, sugar, cocoa butter, whole milk powder, unsweetened chocolate, organic coconut oil, soy lecithin, vanilla beans seeds

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Our Boost THC Milk Chocolate Bars contain 200mg THC or 20mg per piece. Boost Chocolate edible THC is tasty and creamy. It is ideal for cannabis users with a refined palate and a love of chocolate. 


If you want a product to help you fall asleep, our edible chocolate will help you with that. This product contains THC, and it is well understood that the levels have a dose-dependent effect on sleep THC acts on CB1 receptors in the central nervous system and has a biphasic effect on sleep. This means that lower doses can reduce sleep onset latency and have been linked to an easier time falling asleep and increasing slow-wave sleep and even total sleep time. The active component is also known to improve mood and alleviate stress, leading to relaxation. 


You don’t need to search further if you’re looking for milk chocolate bars containing THC that can help you feel happy and relaxed. Chocolate and THC both affect the endocannabinoid system and prompt the release of anandamide that reacts to the cannabinoid receptors. These two can work together to elevate the happy feeling that leads to a stress-free and relaxing experience.


THC Milk Chocolate Bars are not only good for your mental wellness, but they also offer another advantage. This product may be the answer if your gastrointestinal issues have seriously affected your quality of life. Cannabis may be able to aid if you have gas, indigestion, constipation, diarrhea, bloating, or a common stomach problem (such as gastritis, GERD, Crohn’s, IBS, and so on). Cannabis has been shown to relieve symptoms such as pain, inflammation, and nausea. It may also reduce the anxiety and stress connected with your digestive difficulties, making them easier to manage. When you don’t have stomach discomfort or digestive issues, you feel better about yourself and function well. Your body is better equipped to protect you against dangerous bacteria and pathogens, allowing you to concentrate on other things like your job or family. 



How Does Marijuana Interact with The Body’s Endocannabinoid System? 

The endocannabinoid system appears to be involved in marijuana’s medicinal effects. The system is also named after the plant’s naturally occurring cannabinoids, the most important of which are cannabidiol (CBD) and tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). This system regulates homeostasis, the body’s requirement for balance and stability, as well as neuronal and immune cell activity, both of which are important components of pain perception. The endocannabinoid system has three parts:
  1. CB1 and CB2 cannabinoid receptors
  2. Cannabinoids that occur naturally (the cannabinoids that your body produces)
  3. Enzymes that aid in the breakdown and use of cannabinoids
Cannabinoid receptors are found all over the body and help to determine the effects of cannabis. CB1 receptors are present in the central nervous system (CNS; the CNS includes the spinal cord and brain) and impact pain perception. CB1 receptors also transmit pain signals from the spinal cord to the brain.  On a physiological level, CB1 receptors can alter your emotions, executive functioning, and reward. CB1 is the primary receptor responsible for cannabis’ psychotropic effects. Marijuana contains exogenous or external cannabinoids such as THC and CBD. Tetrahydrocannabinol binds to both CB1 and CB2 receptors, albeit with less precision than our endogenous cannabinoids (anandamide and 2-arachidonoylglycerol). While cannabinoids are primarily responsible for marijuana’s therapeutic effects, other plant components also play a role.

How Does Marijuana Produce the High?

Tetrahydrocannabinol is distributed to all organs, including the brain, and binds to specific receptors on nerve cells. This affects the areas of the brain that control pleasure, memory, thinking, focus, movement, coordination, appetite, pain, and time and sensation perception, leading to the body and head high, which it is mainly known for.

How Long Do The Effects of Edibles Last Compared To Smoking?

Smoking cannabis typically produces faster-acting effects. Meanwhile, the effects of edibles are much more delayed and last longer. It can take up to four hours to experience the full effects since they must travel through the stomach and liver before reaching the brain.

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