As if Thanksgiving itself wasn’t enough of a high, you can now embrace your inner Snoop Dogg and get cannabis-infused turkey gravy.
Kiva Confections, the company behind this stroke of genius, has stated that “This cheeky take on a normally mundane holiday staple features a groundbreaking, fast-acting technology that allows for faster THC absorption.”
Wait, Cannabis-Infused What Now?
That’s right, this company is selling cannabis-infused turkey gravy. “Awkward family dinner conversation? In just under 15 minutes you’ll start feeling the effects, so you can sit back, relax, and let the holiday cheer wash over you.” This fast-acting method means that the turkey gravy will be hitting you much more rapidly than standard edibles, allowing you to have a very relaxed holiday.
The gravy comes in a package with 10mg of THC, onion, garlic, salt and, of course, turkey stock. Adding it to a cup of water in a saucepan and heating it up while whisking it results in a full-on container of gravy. Just make sure the kids’ table doesn’t accidentally get this gravy!
Where Can I Get Cannabis Infused Turkey Gravy?
If you live in Southern California, you’re in luck. Sweet Flower, in Los Angeles, and Grass Roots, in San Francisco, are both selling the infused gravy. And it won’t even set you back that much: it’s only $5 for a container. That’s not too bad! Unfortunately, if you don’t live in California, you’ll have to make do with your own homemade gravy.
Remember to check your state’s local laws, though! While recreational cannabis use is legal in some states, it’s still illegal in many others. The last thing you need is your holiday cheer getting dampened by the cops! If you live in a state where cannabis is illegal, we encourage you to NOT make this particular holiday dish.
Where is Cannabis Use Legal?
Recreational use of cannabis is legal in Alaska, California, Colorado, Illinois, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Nevada, Oregon, Vermont, and Washington D.C. If you’re a resident of Canada, you probably already know this, but cannabis is legal there, too! Otherwise, you’ll have to stick to regular gravy.