Sprinkle This THC Mixture On Your Food And 'Turn Anything Edible Into An Edible'

A lot goes into making your own cannabis edibles.

With Seven Saints Superfoods, that doesn’t necessarily have to be the case.

Each package of the company’s trademark product, Seven Saints Sprinkles, contains a sweet or savory mixture of natural ingredients and 10mg of THC. Simply add the concoction to any food under the sun and, just like that, you’ve got yourself an edible.

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“With Seven Saints Sprinkles, anything edible can be a cannabis edible,” reads the company’s website. “Add them to what you already love to make it even better.”

Alongside THC, Seven Saints’ ‘Crisp & Savory’ Sprinkles contain rosemary, sage, oregano and thyme – or in other words, “natural ingredients you can actually pronounce.”

The ‘Sweet & Toasted’ mix is made with coconut, cocoa, maca and flaxseed and THC.

The company recommends sprinkling this sweet mixture into your smoothie “for a little extra zing on your morning run – or over yogurt, cottage cheese or ice cream.”

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If you’re in the mood for something super-savory, on the other hand, the company says its Mediterranean Spice Sprinkles are “fantastic on steak, chicken and grilled vegetables.”

“Be creative. How about a cannabis vinaigrette on your salad? Or some sprinkled popcorn on your next movie date? It’s up to you. We just want to help you find that perfect spot of health and relaxation.” 


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