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Cocoa Seeds: Cannabis Edibles and Cannabinoid Levels

cocoa seeds: This doesn't surprise me, as it's long been known that chocolate is a psychoactive substance by itself, according to NOW Magazine. It clearly is a stimulant due to the caffeine in the cocoa seeds. Here's some quick tips to bring down the effects of too much THC. ByNikki Lastreto Published on July 26, 2020 Share Tweet2 CommentsA study was recently released stating that chocolate cannabis edibles are difficult to accurately test for cannabinoid levels. Plus, it also contains that bit of bliss that prompted a scientist to bestow the Greek name theobroma on the active ingredient, literally meaning food of the gods. No doubt then it has a similar effect when made into cannabis edibles. When mixed with entheogenic substances, such as magic mushrooms, you are guaranteed to come on faster to the experience. ( As reported in the news.