Currently available in sea salt chocolate chip flavor, with each piece containing 25 milligrams of CBD, the cookies are set to go to market on February 26; right now, they can be ordered on the company website. Next month, distribution of the crunchy treat will expand to brick and mortar channels in Colorado that include liquor stores, coffee shops, grocery establishment and gyms. And that’s not all. According to Rose, his team, which consists of a business partner and an intern from the University of Denver, are applying the final touches to deals “that would open us up for retail distribution beyond just Colorado for these cookies as well.” The ice cream line can be found at various Whole Food locations and other retailers in the state.
When asked why he chose to follow up his ice cream line with cookies, Rose said the mainstream snack favorite will help widen distribution of RoseBud’s offerings to more reason. There’s also another reason: “Frankly, traditional CBD edibles are boring and don’t taste good,” he admitted. “Anyone can put CBD in something, but that doesn’t mean it’s good. Making sure that the taste of our products is superior to everything else in the category has always been the most important thing for us.”
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And despite the curve ball tossed his way courtesy of the pandemic, Rose expresses gratitude for his present situation as well as optimism for the future.
Denver-based CBD-infused RoseBud Ice Cream is adding a new product to its lineup–cookies.
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Step 1: Whisk together coating ingredients (coconut palm sugar and cinnamon) for rolling balls. Set aside in a shallow bowl.
1/2 tbsp CBD oil
1/2 cup dry pitted dates
3/4 cup raw almond butter
1/4 cup coconut flour
1/4 cup ground flaxseed
3/4 cup collagen powder
2 tablespoons melted coconut oil or ghee
1 tablespoon coconut nectar (or maple syrup, if not cleansing)
1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
1/2 teaspoon salt
Officially known as cannabidiol, CBD is a compound found in the cannabis plant. Studies have shown that when extracted from the plant, CBD has an array of medical uses which is why the compound is currently popping up everywhere from dog treats to coffee shops throughout the US.
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We recently talked about the benefits of CBD oil. This CBD dessert recipe is infused with healthy and beneficial ingredients like CBD, ghee, and collagen but it tastes just like snickerdoodle cookie dough. These CBD protein balls are perfect for an evening snack, dessert, or a quick bite post-workout. They store well in the refrigerator, so make a large batch to enjoy all week long.
One reason why marijuana is often used for chronic pain is partially due to its CBD content. CBD on its own can be just as impactful on pain without the hallucinogenic side effects. Studies have paired CBD with morphine and have shown CBD to be able to reduce the use of morphine in patients with acute pain. CBD also boasts the ability to fight tumors and helps to slow the progression of a variety of cancers. Specifically, CBD simply makes it harder for cancer cells to grow.
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1/2 cup coconut palm sugar
1-2 teaspoons cinnamon
Recipe and photography by Kaitlyn Noble