The edible cannabis market is projected to grow by $25 billion by 2025.

THC edibles are all the rage right now. They’re a great alternative to smoking and vaping cannabis, which many see as a dangerous habit. Edibles are safe, so long as you know what you’re getting into.

Gummies and chocolates are still the most popular, but now there are different types of edibles for all tastes, even those that aren’t into sweets. In this post, we’re going to look at some of the more underrated edibles on the market, so keep reading and you might just find the perfect one to get you high.

Gummies & Hard Candies

Gummies and other candies are easily the most popular and accessible types of edibles out there. There are countless different brands offering countless different flavors, so it’s more a matter of finding one that you like the taste and strength of.

Delta D9 Gummies are a newer product on the market, containing delta-9 THC, which is derived from both cannabis and hemp plants. They come in two flavors – berry melon and tropical cush – and each gummy contains 10mg of THC.


Whatever type of chocolate is your favorite, you’ll be able to find a THC-infused version of it. Chocolates are a great option for those with a sweet tooth, but be careful not to overdo it. They may be delicious, but too many of these chocolates will send you to space.


Cannabis-infused beverages are relatively new in the world of edibles (or drinkables, if you will). Whether you want tea, juice, seltzer, or kombucha, you’ll be able to find it with THC.

Drinks can be a bit better for beginners because you can more effectively manage your dose. If a full drink contains 10mg of THC, you can drink as much or as little as you want to achieve the desired effect.

Cooking Oils and Tinctures

THC-infused cooking oils are great for those that want to create their own edible recipes. Using these is far more effective and safer than the old method for homemade edibles, which was highly unpredictable. You can get butter for baked goods or oils for more refined cooking.

Tinctures are another great option. With a dropper, you can put a flavored THC oil/tincture directly underneath your tongue, or add it to your favorite beverage. This is another easy way to get a controlled dose of THC.

Savory Snacks

Savory snacks are just starting to enter the edible market. Now that you can get things like THC-infused pretzels, crackers, popcorn, and jerky, weed lovers that don’t have that sweet tooth can enjoy the effects of edibles.

Which Types of Edibles Will You Choose?

Now that you’ve seen the many different types of edibles on the market, you can start sampling them ASAP. As weed laws continue to change across the country, we’re sure to see many more innovative edibles in the near future. For now, enjoy the delicious mind-altering snacks we’ve discussed here.

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By Manali