Kiva Confections Cannabis Chocolate Bars

Sep 18, 2014

Category: Food

If you like to “smoke” frequently, there’s a good chance you might be overindulging on the munchies: Cheetos, churros, whatever. And if you’re eating too much junk food, odds are you’re going to get sick. So why not bring it all full circle and nurse yourself back to health with Kiva Confections, medical cannabis chocolates for California’s patients.

Kiva chocolates are made from all natural ingredients and “skillfully combined with California grown cannabis.” Kiva says it’s all lab-tested to ensure consistent THC potency, and the Blackberry Dark Chocolate bar, for example, yields 45 milligrams of THC per serving. In that particular treat, Kiva’s blend of fresh blackberries and toasty cannabis join forces to “create a unique flavor that lingers on your palate.” We believe it. [Purchase]

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