If you like the idea of making your own edibles, but aren’t too sure how to actually get started, there’s a new herbal baking delivery kit service out of New York that might just be the missing link in your canna quest.

Baking Supply Co.has come up with “healthy baking kits for herbal enthusiasts” —pre-portioned and refrigerated boxes delivered to your door. Think Blue Apron for cannabis lovers.

The company launched an Indiegogo campaign in hopes of raising $22,000 to get their idea going.

The ingredients are sourced from local farmers and contain zilch gluten or refined sugars, which makes the cost of these boxes a little spendy (you’ll need to supply your own weed).

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Julien Perry ~ The Fresh Toast via NYDailyNews.com ~

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