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Quell Your Sweet Tooth With Colorado’s Favorite Gummies

Quell Your Sweet Tooth With Colorado’s Favorite Gummies

Karen Getchell
January 16, 2019
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In Colorado, we love cannabis-infused gummies! Just about every infused product manufacturer in the great Centennial State makes a gummy candy.

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But which one should you choose? Here’s the low-down on some of the top gummy brands and what makes them special.

Altus Gummies

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What makes them special: Real fruit, gluten-free, nothing artificial, organic ingredients

Altus Gummies
are not only better for you than other gummies, they’re truly delicious. That’s not surprising considering that the first ingredient is real fruit puree. Altus’ recreational gummies come in Tropical Pineapple (THC), Blueberry Acai
(1:1), and Mango
(CBD) varieties. They are not sugar-coated and contain no artificial ingredients. Infused with full-spectrum, CO2/Ethanol/BHO-derived extract, you can buy a 100mg THC package for $14 to $22.

Wana Sour Gummies

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What makes them special: Vegan, gluten-free, organic ingredients

Wana makes up a whopping 21% of the edibles sold in Colorado (over a million per month). Their sativa, indica, and hybrid Wana Sour Gummies
come in a variety of flavors including Blueberry and Mango with recreational (10mg) and medical (20mg) doses. They also have an assortment of gummies with both THC and CBD including a 1:1 CBD:THC in Strawberry Lemonade
. These sugar-coated gummies are made with natural sugars, vegan, and some organic ingredients. You can buy a 100mg package for $17 to $25.

Stillwater Gummy Supplements

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What makes them special: Microdosed, gluten-free, real fruit concentrates, organic ingredients

Stillwater Gummy Supplements
, released in 2018, are powered by Ripple
. These microdosed gummies come in Blood Orange (5mg THC), Green Tea Mango (2.5mg THC and 2.5mg CBD), and Honey Lavender (5mg CBD and 0.25mg THC). They are not sugar-coated, contain no artificial ingredients, contain real fruit concentrates, and have some organic ingredients. They’re gluten-free, but keep in mind that they’re not vegan. You can buy a 100mg package for $18 to $22.

Incredibles Gummies and Fruit Chews

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What makes them special: Gluten-free, organic ingredients, real fruit juice

Indica, sativa, and hybrid incredibles Gummies and Fruit Chews
come in a wide variety of flavors and in medical and recreational strengths. They’re all-natural, gluten-free, and non-GMO. Infused with full-spectrum, whole-plant extract, you can buy a 100mg package for $17 to $21.

Highly Edible Gummy Pucks 

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What makes them special: Vegan, gluten-free, organic ingredients

Highly Edible Gummy Pucks
hails from the makers of CannaPunch
. They come in a variety of flavors and strengths both medical and recreational. Sugar-coated, gluten-free, vegan, and made with all-natural, organic ingredients, the gummies are also infused with cannabis extracted using a proprietary propane-based, nano-extraction technology (NXT). You can buy a 100mg package for $17 to $20.

Dixie Gummies

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What makes them special: Gluten-free, very sour

Dixie Gummies
have been a Colorado staple since the beginning. These recreational 100mg gummies come in Citrus Blast, Sour Smash, Tropical Twist, and Watermelon (1:1) flavors. Dixie’s gummies are infused with a CO2/Ethanol-derived extract and coated with a sour powder. You can buy a 100mg package for $16 to $19.

Robhots Gummies

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What makes them special: Seasonal flavors, gluten-free

Robhots Gummies
have been around since 2015. Back then, their sugar-coated, BHO-laden, robot-shaped gummies were at the forefront of the Colorado gummy craze. Robhots come in a variety of flavors (including a few that are available only seasonally) and a huge assortment of medical and recreational doses. Unfortunately, they use artificial flavors, sweeteners, and colors, and no longer come in that cute little robot shape. The gummies are infused with 96% butane-derived distillate that puts the “BHO” in RoBHOts You can buy a 100mg package for $18 to $19.

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Karen Getchell

Karen Getchell has been a cannabis educator and patient advocate for nearly 20 years. She is the co-founder of Byron's Botanicals, a hemp-derived CBD-infused product manufacturer.

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