Honu Inc. is a cannabis producer that operates out of Longview, Washington. They’re mostly known for their Coconut Snowball edibles, but they also make all kinds of other delicious products like peanut butter cups, turtles, and vape cartridges with cannabis-derived terpenes. Honu edibles and vape carts are great for summer traveling because of their ease of use and discrete nature.
Honu Vape Carts
Honu makes flavored vape cartridges that don’t skimp on flavor or potency. They use cannabis distillate that comes in at 94.74 percent THC. The distillate is then infused with cannabis-derived terpenes to reintroduce fruity flavors to the flavorless odorless distillate.
Honu then finishes off their cartridges with a wooden tip that adds a level of class to the product and also gives each rip a tinge of wooden flavors for a unique vaping experience. Flavors include blackberry, blueberry, green apple, and fruit punch.
Honu edibles have won awards from Dope Magazine for “best sweet edible.” These treats will sweeten up any cannabis lovers day. Their most recognized treats might be the Coconut Snowball, a sweet and creamy truffle covered in coconut shavings and white chocolate. Some of their other edibles worth your attention are their peanut butter cups and Dreamsicle white chocolate bars.
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Adults 21 and over can purchase up to one ounce of usable cannabis flower, 16 ounces of cannabis-infused edibles in solid form, 72 ounces of cannabis drinkables, and 7 grams of cannabis concentrates.
If you’re a registered medical cannabis patient, the limits are:
Three ounces of usable cannabis flower, forty-eight ounces of cannabis-infused edibles in solid form, two hundred sixteen ounces of cannabis drinkables, and twenty-one grams of cannabis concentrates, per the Washington State Department of Health.