These pizzas cost 40 dollars and cotain 125 mg of THC
Ermont Inc., Quincy medicinal cannabis dispensary (Massachusetts, USA), has made a THC-infused pizza. 125 milligrams of this substance are in this pizzas which promise to make cannabis consumers of the city enjoy themselves, but main addresses are therapeutic users who need this substance to fight against their diseases or sicknesses.
These pizzas are causing a frenzy in cannabis community after two weeks on the market. Despite its high cost, 40 dollars, they have sold more than 200 unities and it looks like the tendency is to keep increasing exponentially with the passing of weeks.
“We are pleased to offer a new, more appetizing way for our patients to alleviate pain and discomfort”, Ermont CEO and founder Jack Hudson said in a press release. “The combination of a food as popular as pizza with the medicinal benefits of marijuana represents an important milestone in the evolution of our high-quality marijuana infused products menu”, writes Boston Magazine.
Ermont also makes THC and cannabidiol-infused chocolate bars, hot chocolate, lozenges, pies, lemonade, cookies, olive oil, hot sauce, macaroni and cheese, and muffins. Besides, now marijuana is legal in Massachusetts, these snacks can be also consumed for recreational use.
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