Baker: Baked Brand
I first had Baked’s cannabis chocolate chip cookie at the Chiang Mai High Thai Convention last December. The cookie was delicious and I believe the effects pleasant and mild—but less than an hour after consuming the cookie I proceeded to smoke an endless amount of weed which negated my ability to fully appreciate and comment on the cookie.
Thankfully the good people at Baked sent me a few cookies to sample—the cookies are now FDA approved and will soon be available throughout the Kingdom. I am not the biggest fan of edibles, I find them unpredictable, the effects on me are generally stronger than what is expected from recommended dosing. But Baked’s cookies, per my Chiang Mai memory and as confirmed by the new batch of cookies, are true “micro doses”. I ate one cookie before lunch on a Saturday. The cookie was still delicious—perhaps slightly too sweet—but one of the best chocolate chip cookies I’ve come across in Thailand (regardless of the cannabis content). The effects were soft, gentle, chill, relaxed and focused. At its strongest, I sat back and enjoyed the high, happy with the effects and that it never got stronger. One cookie works for me for day time use—I would probably move up to two cookies at night—if that’s not enough, then I’ll try three.
Baked’s cookies are versatile and are appropriate across the board for medicinal/health use amongst those who are squeamish about inhaling cannabis. The dosage is low and appropriate for patients without experience. Experienced users will appreciate that the low dosage gives them the ability to slowly increase their dosage as they see appropriate rather than get slammed by the usual recommended dosage. At least this experienced user appreciates the micro dosage.