FAQ

Visit our Store Locator to find a dispensary in Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico or Oregon that carries District Edibles cannabis gummies.

To open the District Edibles packaging, break the seal on the front side of the package. Then press the tabs on both sides and pull up.

District Edibles come in blister packs of ten 10mg individual candies, for a total of 100mg per package. For those new to edibles, we recommend starting slow and taking more if you feel the need to. We suggest taking ½ (5mg) or 1 (10mg) piece of candy to start and waiting a couple of hours to feel the effects. For more information on dosages, please read our blog {link to blog}.

Everyone reacts differently to edibles, therefore it is hard to give an exact answer. However, we recommend waiting 30 minutes to 2 hours after consumption to feel the effects. If after 2 hours you are still not feeling it, you could try taking another 5-10mg dose and waiting another couple of hours.

Once again, everyone is different and will react differently to edibles. Depending on how much you take and your tolerance level, you can expect the effects to last for up to 6 hours.

Unfortunately, we cannot legally ship cannabis products. To find a store near you that carries District Edibles, please see our store finder District Edible Retailers.

District Edibles are gluten-free, however, they do contain gelatin and the chocolate varieties may contain dairy. Every flavor has different ingredients, so please check the ingredients label before consuming.

In order to carry District Edibles in your dispensary, please fill out the form below and we will have someone contact you or make an order now on Leaf Link {link to leaf link}. District Edibles are currently available in the following states:
* California, Colorado, Michigan, Nevada, Oregon
*Flavors and product availability may vary by state.
**Form fill that goes to Aaron with name, contact info, name of dispensary and state.**

District Edibles are available in many flavors, however, these flavors are dominance specific. This means certain flavors are either indica, sativa, or hybrid. When choosing District Edibles, its best to take into consideration what type of effects you desire. From there, you can choose by your flavor preference.

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