It’s Medie Edie’s mission to provide patients with consistency, quality, and authentic gourmet medibles and concentrates. They pride themselves in using high quality medicine in all of their products. Their edible’s menu features a wide variety of items, including gluten free and vegan options. Their concentrate’s menu features a wide variety of different terpene profiles available in their live resin. It is not only important to Medie Edie’s that your medicinal needs be met, they want to leave a lasting impression on your lungs and taste buds.

Medie Edie’s Live Resin

Medie Edie’s Live Resin offers an expertly crafted concentrate experience, pulled from freshly cured cannabis and extracted into an aromatic, flavorful dabbing treat.

What is Live Resin?

Live resin is a cannabis concentrate that gets its name from the freshness of the cannabis plant from which it’s made. Unlike the majority of cannabis products, Live resin extract is made from plant material that hasn’t been dried or cured. The flash-freezing process helps preserve the most desirable compounds and retain the full flavor of the originating cannabis plant. Concentrate enthusiasts tend to gravitate toward live resin for its more flavorful and aromatic dabbing experience.

Medie Edie’s CBD

What is CBD?

Cannabidiol is a popular natural remedy used for many common ailments. Better known as CBD, it is one of the 104 chemical compounds known as cannabinoids found in the hemp plant.

Will I have trouble with drug tests while using CBD?

Though our specific products do not test positive for THC there is, with all hemp products, a chance that consumption could trigger a positive drug test. Consult your doctor and/or employer if this is a concern.

What does CBD oil do?

To answer this, we need to take a step back to address the endocannabinoid system, a system within the body whose receptors (CB1 and CB2) have an enormous impact on our health and well-being.

“CB1 receptors in the brain are associated with emotions, mood, appetite, coordination, movement, and pain,” explains Stormy Simon, the former president of who recently left the corporate world to become an advocate for cannabis. “CB2 receptors are found in the immune system and throughout tissues of the spleen and tonsils.”

What do CB1 receptors regulate?
  • Learning & Memory

  • Neuronal Development 

  • Pain Receptors

  • Neuroinflammation & Degeneration 

  • Appetite & Metabolism

  • Bone Mass Development

What do CB2 receptors regulate?
  • Allergies

  • Auto Immune Inflammation

  • Chronic Pain

  • Ischemic Injuries

  • Hepatic Function 

  • Alcohol and Nicotine Addiction

  • Weight Gain

  • Stress Response