- 10mg THC
- Sweet, Candy
- Serving Size
- 1 slip
- Gum Arabic, Pullulan, Tapioca Starch, Cannabis Oil, Natural Flavors, Glycerin, Water, Sunflower Lecithin, Natural Colors (Turmeric, Beet, Annatto, Spinach, Spirulina), Monkfruit Extract, Quillaja Extract, Natural Terpenes
- Nutrition Facts
Sugar 0mg Total Carbs 49mg Total Fat 12mg Sodium <1mg
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Forbidden Skittlez by Kin Slips is a limited-edition sublingual that boosts creativity and energy.
IN REVIEW: Discover the discreet and euphoric high of Kin Slips' Forbidden Skittlez sublinguals, which feature a 10mg THC dose per strip and a hybrid blend of the strains Forbidden Fruit, Mendo Royal, and California Black Rose. It’s the perfect companion for cultural exploration, offering intense relaxation without grogginess, an appetite boost, and a chill, open-minded buzz. So enjoy this limited-edition release that showcases local art to add a creative touch to an already all-natural, vegan, and live resin-infused experience.
It's hard to find a more consistent high than that of Kin Slips' Sublinguals. Since it's just about the most discreet way to get high, I made sure to pack some Forbidden Skittlez along for a recent trip I took to Austria. This was the perfect high to accompany me along the medieval alleyways of old town Innsbruck and out onto the snow-capped ski slopes that surround the Tyrolean countryside. I wanted something that would really add a layer of vibrancy and energy while I explored a new town, and this fit the bill perfectly.
At 10mg per Kin Slip, this was totally in my comfort zone. This "Flowerful" strip is billed as the world's first strain-specific sublingual experience. And this hybrid brings together a few of my favorites: Forbidden Fruit, Mendo Royal, and California Black Rose. Forbidden Skittlez provides some intense relaxation that never wanders into grogginess. It's very much a chill and open-minded sort of buzz that is receptive to all kinds of stimuli.
Walking along the cobblestone streets of Innsbruck, I felt like I was in a Christmas-themed snow globe. German carols could be heard around every corner, whether it was from hidden speakers set above stone archways or from street musicians putting their spin on old classics. With this heavenly high, I was merely a conduit, taking it all in.
This really turbo-boosts the appetite as well. I don't think there was a time when I wasn't eating some sort of Austrian pastry, salted pretzel, or sidewalk kebab. Everything just tasted so delicious with this high, in the same way that everything seemed so fascinating to me. It's the perfect buzz to bring along on a cultural excursion. For me, it was a day spent at the nearby Ambras Castle, set in the picturesque Alps.
Exhibited within the Renaissance castle walls are an armory and a collection of oddities. Do yourself a favor and always be high when visiting any collection of oddities, especially that of a 16th-century archduke. In this case, I was gazing upon the former treasures of Ferdinand II.
Apparently, he was into some weird stuff, so I was super pumped for this museum. Sure enough, he had stuffed sharks hanging from the ceiling, paintings of wolf-men, dancing skeletons carved from wood, special wine-chugging chairs, and even a couple of samurai suits.
Walking through this place high was a ton of fun. Afterward, I set off on a snowy hiking trail behind the castle grounds. I soon found myself in a national park with a stunning view of the valley below and the northern mountain range in the distance. This sublingual really delivered in the euphoria department. I felt energized and inspired with every cold breath I took.
If you shun sugar and generally opt for healthier edible fare, you'll also be hard-pressed to find a better option than sublingual strips. The hybrid Forbidden Skittlez from Kin Slips are all-natural, vegan, and infused with live resin, and each limited edition box is decorated with the work of a local artist.
Forbidden Skittlez features the work of Oakland-based abstract expressionist Chonnessy Bowie, AKA CHONTO. Other Flowerful Kin Slips are Wedding Cake, Do Si Do, and Sour Berry, each decorated with the work of a burgeoning artist. The inexorable link between cannabis and art is in full display with this limited edition release.
The stealthiness and pitch-perfect mix between euphoria and curiosity not only made these strips a great choice to bring on vacation but a great choice to bring a vacation to you.
Whether you're trapped in the house or out on a Bavarian pheasant hunt, one is bound to be filled with a sense of optimism and mind-expanding oneness that makes the world feel instantly accessible. Kin Slips continues to think out of the box, and under the tongue, to deliver memorable and manageable highs.