The first thing we need to make clear is that cannabis edibles are not a magic solution for losing weight. If you've experienced significant weight gain, you'll need a long-term diet and exercise plan to help you get back to normal. Some patients who take medical marijuana report an increase in appetite. This phenomenon is often referred to as “cravings” and often becomes the butt of marijuana-related jokes.
However, when you want to lose weight, it can seem like a serious problem. Wana Brands' Fit gummies claim that they target a type of receptor in the human body called CB1, which is part of the endocannabinoid system. If you're wondering if edibles make you lose weight, it may be because you gained a few (or many) kilos during the pandemic and are looking for ways to lose weight, or maybe you're dying to try those delicious cannabis-infused chocolate cubes and need a way to justify the calories. Also keep in mind that it generally takes a while for marijuana to take effect when you eat gummies and other edibles, so don't start gobbling more until the first one takes effect.
Whether it's to lose weight or gain weight, what cannabis seems to do is to help the body's cannabinoid system, known as the endocannabinoid system or ECS, to regulate appetite. Sold by Wana Brands, a well-established grocery company, Fit gummies are only available in Wana's home state of Colorado (for now). While you might be tempted to eat a lot of candies other than cannabis, marijuanax-flavored gummies can't be consumed that way because they'll get you too high. It really depends on the reasons for the weight gain and whether cannabinoids, especially THC and CBD, can help address the root cause.