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My Fave No Sugar Cannabis Gummies

If you are new to the legal cannabis market, welcome!  Give yourself a big pat on the back for being open minded enough to explore the amazing cannabis plant.   

I have worked as a budtender for 3 years and gummies are in the top three as customers favourite consumption method.  There are a lot of people looking for support sleeping and cannabis gummies really help.  

If you are new to legal cannabis and want to start to with gummies.  I encourage you to have a chat with the budtender at your local dispensary who can also guide you in choosing a ratio of THC and CBD that will work for you.  

I consume cannabis for medicinal purposes, therefore I like to keep my consumption methods as healthy and natural as possible.  I do enjoy a gummie now and then, so I have tried most of the gummies on the legal market and have picked my top 5.  I was looking for gummies that had little or no sugar, had natural ingredients, and tasted great.   

My Top 5 Healthy Cannabis Gummies

1)  Olli
hese gummies are plant-based, sugar-free and taste great.  

2)  Monjour
These are not vegan as they are made with gelatin.  However they are sugar-free and made with healthier ingredients than most of the gummies on the legal market.  

3)  HYTN
These gummies are low in sugar and made with natural ingredients.  A great alternative if you are looking for something tasty and healthier.  

4)  Wana
Some of the Wana gummies are vegan, they are made with pectin instead of gelatin.  They are also vegan and gluten-free.  

4)  Wyld
These gummies are made with real fruit and are low in sugar.  I love that they come in compostable packaging that you can throw in your green bin.  

This article is for educational and informational purposes only. It is not, nor is it intended to be, a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment and should never be relied upon for specific medical advice.

People with a personal or family history of psychosis, schizophrenia, or bipolar disorder should avoid cannabis use.  

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