THC per piece 5.0mg CBD per piece 0.0mg
Original price
Current price $3.99
0.53g cannabis per unit SKU 1061001
Two raspberry-flavoured, sativa-enhanced gummies with 5mg THC per gummy.
  • Product details
  • Ingredients
  • Wyld Raspberry sativa-enhanced THC soft chews are sustainably made with real fruit, botanical terpenes, natural flavour, and compostable packaging. 5mg THC per gummy, with two gummies per pack for a total of 10mg THC.
    • Produced in British Columbia
    • Brand WYLD
    • Producer Bzam Cannabis
    • Type Sativa-Dominant
    • THC total 10.0mg
    • CBD total 0.0mg
    • Method of consumption INGEST
    • Extraction process CO2
    • Flavour(s) Bright, slightly acidic and sweet, true to fruit r
    • Shelf stability minimum temperature (celsius) 10
    • Shelf stability maximum temperature (celsius) 24
    • Packaging material Low Density Polyethylene (LDPE) FILM
  • Ingredients

    Sugars (Sugar, Tapioca Syrup, Raspberry Juice Concentrate) Water, Gelatin, Natural Flavouring, Coconut Oil, Citric Acid, Pectin (Pectin, Sodium Citrate), Cannabis Extract, Sunflower Lecithin, Terpenes (Limonene, Valencene, Beta Caryophyllene, Alpha Pinene, Beta Pinene).

Remember, what works for others may not work for you. Educating yourself and cautious experimentation will help you find your way. If you use cannabis, you could experience impaired ability to remember, concentrate or react quickly, sleepiness, nausea or vomiting, anxiety, fear, or panic. Frequent use over a long time can hurt your lungs and make it harder to breathe (if smoked), affect your mental health, make you physically dependent and/or can cause cannabis use disorder.

Cannabis is an agricultural product and as such there is some expected variation between harvests and batches. The product you receive may not be exactly as illustrated. The displayed THC and CBD ranges are estimates provided by the federally licensed producer. When you receive your order, please check the THC and CBD ranges on the package(s). In the event of a discrepancy between the website and a package, you should rely on the information on the package.