Review by Northwest Leaf
The White Widow infused olive oil is an extremely versatile addition to any patient's kitchen. It's also potent, with 1.5 grams medication per ounce of oil. I picked up this bottle at the Joint, and immediately went home to do some cooking. The first item I medicated was a fettuccini entrée, which turned out great. The oil mixed well with the pasta, and left zero after taste-something lesser oils do a lot.
The effects, however, were pronounced and made for a great meal. I also made a medicated German chocolate cake, which calls for quite a bit of oil. The cake batter mixed well, and the oil didn't affect the baking process. You do have to be careful to try recipes out more than once. Just because a certain amount did not work the first time doesn't mean it won't the next. Once done, this cake tasted great and only had a light olive oil cannabis taste. It was in short, delicious.
Overall, this oil is a great value for patients who want to regulate their dosage and have a variety of meals to medicate. It's about time you tried a different way of medicating, now you can make your medibles! Drop by the Joint(down in the U-district in Seattle) for a look!Review written by Wes Abney. Article reprinted courtesy Wes Abney of Northwest Leaf.Visit NW Leaf on Facebook