Some food products are made with cheap materials and processes. I know that a lot of the mainstream candy sold in grocery stores, gas stations, and pharmacies has the lowest quality chocolate imaginable. Everyone has their favorite brands, but I would pay extra for imported European chocolate any day of the week if I had the chance. I won’t name my favorite chocolate brands because it’s nothing interesting, but I do have a variety of favorites when it comes to gummy candies. Some of them are stickier than others when you go to chew them, especially gummy bears. The little red fish gummy candies are great because they have a wonderful cherry flavor and the candy itself isn’t too sticky on one’s teeth when chewing the candy as some of the popular gummy bear brands. Cannabis gummies range in quality as well, although I’m less focused on the taste and texture and more interested in knowing how much THC is inside and if there are other cannabinoids and terpenes as well. I have had cannabis gummies made with live rosin that completely knocked me out and were some of the best cannabis products I’ve ever had. However, most cannabis gummies are made with cheap distillate oil with mostly just THC and little of any other cannabinoids and terpenes. That’s why I am very selective about what kind of cannabis gummies I will actually spend money on. Other than gummies, my favorite way to consume cannabis is by purchasing cannabis flower products to put in my vaporizer. A lot of people prefer to smoke their cannabis flower products, but I only use a vaporizer now that I have a good one in my arsenal.