Turtle Butter: An Impeccable Summertime Snack


  • Test Results: 10mg THC per serving | 10mg CBD per serving
  • Test Results: AgriScience Laboratories | agrisciencelabs.com
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Turtle Butter by Lucky Turtle

Lucky Turtle’s versatile Turtle Butter edible collection is made in single-serve portions for convenient and on-the-go snacking. Each pouch contains 10mg of THC and 10mg of CBD, giving you the perfect blend of medication. They’re one of my favorite infused snacks to enjoy while hiking!

Let’s break the flavors down: Buzz Honey is made with organic, Colorado-sourced honey, and is to die for when drizzled over Greek yogurt with granola. The sweet and creamy Peanut Butter Coconut spread is made with organic virgin coconut oil and is pure bliss when paired with a smoothie or an açaí bowl! As a full-blown choco-holic, I can’t get enough of the Cocoa Hazelnut Butter. It’s balanced, decadent, and will instantly satisfy any sweet tooth. Spread it on a bagel and then layer that baby up with some bananas. You’ll thank me later.

Turtle Butter by Lucky Turtle

Available At…

  1. Oasis Cannabis Superstore: 5440 W 44th Ave., Denver, CO 80212
  2. Doc’s Apothecary – Med & Rec Dispensary: 2100 E 112th Ave #5, Northglenn, CO 80233
  3. Twin Peaks Dispensary: 900 S Hover St Unit A, Longmont, CO 80501

Melissa Joy

Melissa was born and raised in the suburbs of Chicago, where she couldn’t stay out of trouble for smoking weed--especially during college. Immediately after graduating with a business degree from Elmhurst College in 2012, Melissa made her way to the safe smoking haven of Colorado, where her love for live music and music blogging eventually led her to a part-time writing position with DOPE Magazine. Melissa enjoys medicating with indica-dominant hybrids, and will never say no to a big solventless glob. When she isn’t busy writing, Melissa loves spending her time in the mountains with friends, practicing her violin, and exploring the never-ending amounts of dank breweries and restaurants in Denver.