This video is not meant to encourage the use of high thc edibles, but to show how Canada’s current legal limits of 10mg don’t work for everyone.

Note: Consuming high amounts of THC isn’t a competition. I don’t care if you’ve had more than this. I made this video to educate viewers on the effects you may feel, dispel myths about edibles, illustrate the proper way to enjoy an edible experience, and help those who may consume too much. The video is deliberately calm and straightforward so as to not sensationalize it. Mota gummies are not available on the legal market in Canada, do not ask where to find them.

I have 2 more videos coming, with increasing amounts of THC, ending at 300mg.

New videos drop Friday at 7pm eastern, with live chat. I try to join the live chat every week, depending on my travels. Other videos drop randomly. Hit the subscribe button and the notification bell, and you won’t miss a thing! Or you can follow my travels @rebootexperiment

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Hi! I’m Andy. I use cannabis to help treat my anxiety and depression. As a first time user over the age of 40, I was nervous about my journey into weed. I found it difficult to find content that was easy to digest, wasn’t filled with slang terms or in-jokes, and had a focus on the effects when viewed from a mental health perspective. So that’s what I created! My Cannabis 2.0 reviews are simple, honest, and approachable.

00:00 – Product shot
00:22 – Intro
00:52 – Product Details
01:48 – Unboxing
02:20 – Taste
02:46 – Finding your limit
04:01 – Why it’s important to have the right amount
04:45 – Edibles and mental health
06:05 – Going over your limit: what to do if you have too much
06:38 – The effects of the Mota Sour THC Squares
08:00 – Ending

Andy Morris

As a mental health advocate, I have been speaking at conferences and growing Brainbuzz - my mental health brand and Youtube channel. I share my experiences with anxiety and depression in the field of UX and how they relate to the experiences we craft. I am available and actively seeking more speaking engagements.

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