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what are space cakes


For this reason, many folks prefer to make their baked goods at home to ensure consistency. While labeling — when accurate — can tell us the amount of THC and CBD in a given space cake, it can not guarantee the even distribution of cannabinoids, nor the quality of the strain utilized. States like California now have laws that require testing to ensure each bite of an edible has an equal amount of THC, but nothing beats your own two hands when it comes to having full knowledge over your edibles.

With this information in mind, space cakes should ideally be consumed in small doses and at times when consumers have no upcoming plans for a number of hours.
You don’t need a job at NASA to appreciate this popular baked good packed with pot.
The term “space cake” doesn’t correspond to a specific dosage or potency, so past positive experiences should never be used as a guiding metric for future consumption. In other words: just because you had an enjoyable, mellow time when you last dined on space cake, that doesn’t mean the same thing will happen the time you have some.
How Do I Make a Space Cake?

  • Flour (1 Cup)
  • Milk (1 Cup)
  • Eggs (2)
  • Sugar (¾ Cup)
  • Butter (¾ Cup)
  • Hash/Cannabis
  • Cake Pan (8 x 8)

In terms of the actual experience, the majority of the cannabis one ingests as an edible is converted from Delta-9-THC to 11-hydroxy-THC. The latter is notably potent, which partially explains why many equate the high from edibles as being stronger than the one achieved by smoking or vaporization. This process also explains why edible highs often take anywhere from 30 to 90 minutes to take hold, as well as why they last for far longer than smoking highs.

You don’t need a job at NASA to appreciate this popular baked good packed with pot.