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A High You Can Afford — EDIPURE

After being diagnosed with Celiac Disease, I felt like every kind of food item available in the market was an attack on my taste buds. I had to make my own food. Think of my own wellness and deal with drinking Kombucha to get my probiotics.

I’m in the Paleo diet. Mostly, sometimes, doing a little bit of Keto when I’m in the mood. The truth is, if you’re a Celiac, the gluten-free diet doesn’t work for you. Why? It’s the “parts per million” conundrum. Some non-wheat grains like quinoa, corn, soy, etc. carry characteristics of wheat and barley have — and this is detrimental to my digestion’s and sanity’s health.

There’s always that light… a beautiful glimmering light … at the end of the tunnel. A lot of cannabis brands are aware of these things and they want to be inclusive of wellness and that means being inclusive of people.

Edipure, I found out, is gluten-free.

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They also have one of the best cannabis-infused gummies out there. No extreme cannabis taste. Just pure candy bliss.


The product I’m familiar with is Cherry Cola. I love the flavor. I love the color. I love the size. I love the high.

These gummies take about 15-30 minutes to take effect on me. The high is a gradual creep into the vast expanse of eternal bliss. I swear, I think I saw my past and future sparkle in front of me as I lay there trying to sleep.

The sleep didn’t come. Not until two hours after I was hallucinating. I even got to play Dead Cells in hard-mode before calling it a day.

When I woke up, it was all good. Very good. I felt so refreshed.

Written by Dominique


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