Calm Honey Shot



Product Details

8.7mg THC
Honey, Sweet
Serving Size
1 honey stick
Manuka honey, cannabis oil
Nutrition Facts
Total Fat0g (0% DV)
Sodium0g (o% DV) Total Carbohydrates 4g (1% DV)

Product Description

kikoko's Calm Honey Shot a silky sweet way to sink into sleep. These sustainable sticks are loaded with cannabis-infused honey, so you could drizzle them on a treat or eat them straight. The resulting high is typically calm, unwinding, and more present in the body than the head. You can expect to feel entirely wrapped up on the couch and drowsy towards the end. Stir this into your bedtime tea if you're having trouble sleeping.

Effects Profile

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Expert Review

Honey, I Shrunk My Problems

Review by Luca Belloiu

Oct 20, 2020 · 6 min read

I say Kanuka and you say Manuka, Kanuka, Manuka, Kanuka, Manuka, let’s call the whole thing off!

IN REVIEW: Kikoko is a woman-owned brand that focuses on sustainability and sweet highs. Each of these sticks has a unique cannabinoid concentration that’s coupled with real honey to provide targeted effects in the healthiest way possible. Grab their BUZZ shot to get going, their CALM shot to settle down, their FOCUS to finish a project and their SNOOZE to find some zzz’s after all is said and done. They’re discreet and shelf stable, so stay stocked and stay high while flying under the radar.

The marriage between cannabis and honey seems like a logical one. And here we have nature’s healing synergy divided into four separate medicated honey sticks. Each one is made with genuine Manuka or Kanuka honey, and infused with either THC, CBD or both.

I wanted to space out all four HoneyShots evenly to give each one the attention it deserved. I woke up early and headed to the never-used china cabinet, where relics and tchotchkes from both my wife’s and my grandparents lie. If I was gonna get high at 6:30 in the morning, I wanted it to be from the rim of a five-ounce teacup and saucer, fashioned in the preferred Baroque style of Austro-Hungarian nobility. I squeezed a 10mg New Zealand Manuka Buzz honey stick into my dainty cup of Earl Grey, and I used a comically tiny silver spoon, emblazoned with her majesty’s initials, to stir it with. I wistfully looked out the window and sipped my morning tea, as I waited for the BUZZ to make itself known to me.