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No, silly person, CBD doesn’t make you high — that’s THC.

Up to this point, Catch the Wave hasn’t had any legal issues with selling their CBD tacos in San Antonio. Similar efforts in states like Iowa, though, could lead to an unwelcome visit from the health inspector (or the police).

It’s a subjective question, but the answer appears to be “yes,” at least in the case of those offered by Catch the Wave. Davila says that the infusion of CBD doesn’t change the tacos’ taste, and consumers seem to agree.

Will CBD tacos make me high?

As Davila told the local ABC affiliate, “We wanted to do it a little different. Infuse [CBD] in the tortilla and have a lot of fun. [It’s] still the same great taco with a little bit of added benefit to it. I’ve actually been on CBD products for the last year-and-a-half. It’s changed the way I feel, conduct my daily life, sleep, interactions, joint movement.”

Most experts believe CBD isolates are less effective than full spectrum CBD oils, since the former have been stripped of the other beneficial compounds found in the cannabis plant, but isolates do offer some upside for people who want to be extra-careful about avoiding even the smallest trace of THC, which gives cannabis its intoxicating qualities.

Mixing the two together, then, was bound to happen sooner or later, especially considering the rise of CBD food trucks in many cities around the country.

Are CBD tacos legal?

If they only contain 5 mg of CBD, chances are the only thing you’ll be feeling is the placebo effect. This is a pretty common phenomenon in the CBD edibles world — the makers of Product X point to a study or two that shows CBD relieves anxiety/reduces pain/etc., and then jump to the conclusion that any amount of it will have the same effect.

Americans love tacos. We love them so much we eat more than 4.5 billion of them a year, according to NationalTacoDay.com (though this number should be taken with a grain of salt — and a squeeze of lime, and a dash of hot sauce — obviously, considering the source). We’ve also developed a taste for CBD. A recent Gallup poll found that 1 in 7 American adults is currently using the non-intoxicating cannabinoid to relieve issues like pain, anxiety, and insomnia.

Tacos cbd

Experience the flavours of Mexico as you work your way through the taco menu. The chipotle octopus taco at Mr. Moustache will transport you to the streets of Monterrey, while the beer-battered fish taco beckons the best of a seaside village on the Baja peninsula.

At $6 a pop, each taco is generously stuffed with flavourful chunks of pork, beef, chicken, prawn or tofu. Always drawing intrigue from newcomers, El Loco has a weekly changing, secret taco on the menu that never fails to surprise. The staff are under strict instruction not to reveal what goes into it until after you’re finished.

CBD and Miranda

Beach Burrito Company

As if straight out of Oaxaca, a Central Mexican spirit rules the day in this open air Sydney restaurant bursting with colour and character. The soft-shell crab taco here is not to be missed and while you’re at it, go in on one or two of their signature margaritas – they’re delicious (and deadly).

From food truck to table service to the cantinas and taquerias in between, here’s where you can find Sydney’s best tacos.

Méjico

Surry Hills and CBD

Tacos. The quintessential street food of Latin America doesn’t lose any of its magic here on the other side of the world. There’s no doubt about it, Sydney’s got some damn good tacos.