TKO Edibles Dark Chocolate Bar


After an extensive search, we found the premium dark chocolate worthy to wear the TKO name. Combined with our cold-ethanol distillate, you will wish it wasn’t medicated so you can eat the entire bar!  This delicious bar will become a favorite with Lightweights, Middleweights and Heavyweights as the 10mg segments will leave you wanting more.

Delta-9 THC:
10.04 mg/serving
100.89 mg per package (package 57g)

Total Cannabinoids:
10.32 mg/serving




TKO Edibles Dark Chocolate Bar. Valentine’s Day may be over, but there is no rule against a little self-love in the form of a chocolate bar. Infuse it with some cannabis, and you’ve got yourself a decadent treat packed with plant-based medicine. Although cannabis chocolate is loaded with therapeutic benefits, it is edible. Ingesting cannabis can be a very effective consumption method, but it also comes with some risk. Ingested THC metabolizes differently than inhaled THC.
The THC metabolite produced through THC-ingestion is far more potent than the metabolite produced by THC-inhalation. This means that a high-THC edible can produce a potent high than the consumer may expect.


At a very basic level, everyone’s body is different. That’s why it’s difficult to state definitively how THC is going to impact a given consumer. While five milligrams of THC might be enough to glue one person to a couch, 100 milligrams might be the dose of rocket fuel needed to get another person out of bed. And while one person might feel the effects of an edible 30 minutes after eating it, someone else might start feeling high two hours after consuming.
One of the most common mistakes novice cannabis consumers make when dabbling with edibles is not giving your body enough time to metabolize the laced treat before assessing whether you should eat more. It’s hard to know sometimes because it can take anywhere between five minutes to two hours for an edible to kick in. The onset depends on a few factors: what type of edible you’re consuming, your metabolism, how much you’ve eaten that day, and your surroundings.

The best advice is to err on the conservative side: start small and wait two hours. Or “start low and go slow,” to use a canna-cliche. Depending on how much you’ve eaten that day — and how soon after eating you consume an edible — will determine how quickly you feel high. So if you’ve eaten a big lunch with lots of carbs, it might take closer to two hours to feel the effects of an edible, regardless of how many milligrams it contains. If you decide to pop an edible first thing in the morning, it’s likely you’ll feel it closer to the 30-minute mark. If you eat an edible after eating a solid salad, you’ll likely feel the magic around the 45 to 60-minute mark. TKO Edibles Dark Chocolate Bar


TKO has many medicinal benefits and has been used to treat various ailments throughout history. Edible marijuana products are often used to treat conditions, such as chronic pain, cancer-related symptoms, and anxiety.
THC is one of over 100 active compounds — known as cannabinoids — in marijuana. THC is the compound responsible for the psychoactive properties of marijuana products, including edibles, that may induce feelings of euphoria and relaxation

Additionally, these products may significantly reduce pain and muscle spasms, relieve nausea and vomiting, enhance sleep quality, and improve depression and anxiety.

In fact, pharmaceutical companies manufacture oral preparations of marijuana-derived treatments, such as Sativex, which is an oral spray prescribed to treat pain and muscle spasticity.


The main issue with edible marijuana products is that it can be very difficult to determine an appropriate dosage. Concentrations of THC vary widely depending on different factors, such as where the product was made and the user’s tolerance to edible weed.

The combination of the highly variable THC concentration and the long latency period of edible marijuana products makes them very easy to unintentionally overconsume, which can lead to unwanted symptoms, such as paranoia and impaired motor ability. TKO Edibles Dark Chocolate Bar


DO NOT drive or operate heavy machinery after ingesting.

Delta-9 THC:
10.04 mg/serving
100.89 mg per package (package 57g)

Total Cannabinoids:
10.32 mg/serving


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