Half the battle of infusing foods and drinks with cannabis is finding the right method.

Cannabutter takes a long time and can make a mess on the stovetop, while infusing with concentrates requires pot expertise the average consumer doesn't have.

For Justin Singer, the obstacles didn't end when commercialized edibles hit Colorado. Unsatisfied with the command that sweet, potent products had over the edibles market, he says he reached a boiling point after cutting a brownie into twenty pieces so his diabetic grandmother could try medical marijuana.

Now he believes he's created a product that can disrupt the industry, changing the way consumer and patients ingest cannabinoids. 

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Thomas Mitchell ~ Westword.com

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