Hybrid Sour Apple Gummies



Product Details

10mg THC
Apple, Sour
Serving Size
1 gummy
Corn syrup, sugar, gelatin, water, sorbitol, natural and artificial flavor, citric acid, cannabis oil, yellow 5, blue 1, red 40, Malic acid, sodium benzoate, canola oil
Nutrition Facts
Total Fat0g
Total Carbohydrates2.12g

Product Description

District Edibles' Hybrid Sour Apple Gummies tend to provide a calm, happy high at the price of a bitter flavor and overpowering aftertaste. The head high is actually pretty sleepy, and the body buzz works accordingly, so queue up a movie and hit the couch.

Effects Profile

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The effect profile of District Edibles Hybrid Sour Apple Gummies is based on 3 user reviews.





Expert Review

A Slightly Sour Taste And The Sweetest Of Effects

Review by Debbie Dykes

Nov 03, 2021 · 5 min read

District Edibles’ Sour Apple Gummies offer a truly standout experience.

IN REVIEW: Tart in flavor and packing 10mg of THC apiece, District Edibles’ Sour Apple Gummies will make any day a bit sweeter. If you prefer to avoid smoking and vaping or just want to take your edible experience to the next level, these heavenly hybrids will have you lifted and loving life in no time. Perfect for social situations or spending some solo time in the great outdoors, these offer a choose-your-adventure high full of smiles, insight, and good vibes. And if your tolerance is on the low end, you can easily split one in half without sacrificing any of the stellar effects.

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