How to Shop

for Edibles in New York

Gummies, drinks, chocolates, or something totally unexpected — it’s all at The Plant in Yonkers.

What are cannabis edibles?

Edibles offer a discreet and enjoyable way to consume cannabis. They are a great departure from traditional consumption methods, skipping the smoke and prep in favor of a simple, familiar treat. From candies to beverages, edibles come in a variety of forms to suit different tastes and preferences.

Why do edibles take longer to kick in – and why do they feel stronger?

Unlike smoking or vaping, edibles are ingested and metabolized through our digestive system, resulting in a slower onset of effects that also lasts longer than when you inhale from a joint or a vape. 

When we consume edibles, they pass through our stomach and intestines before entering the bloodstream, where the cannabinoids are then transported to the liver for processing. This can take anywhere from 30 minutes to 2 hours, depending on factors like your metabolism, your tolerance, and what else you’ve eaten that day. Once metabolized in the liver, the cannabinoids are converted to a more potent form that crosses the blood-brain barrier, resulting in the onset of effects. 

It’s important to note that edibles’ potency can vary widely, so proper dosing should always be considered. Always start slow and wait for the effects to kick in before consuming more.

Edible types you'll find in New York


Refreshing and convenient, cannabis-infused drinks come in sodas, seltzers, teas, and more. They offer a discreet and enjoyable way to indulge. Popular brands like Ayrloom and Harney Brothers Cannabis are found throughout New York.

Beverage enhancers

Elevate any drink with cannabis-infused beverage enhancers. These allow you to customize your dosage and add a touch of herbal goodness to your favorite drinks.


Indulge your sweet tooth with cannabis-infused chocolates, available in a wide range of flavors from brands like Hysteria and Soft Power Sweets.


A cannabis classic, you’ll find a variety of infused candies in the New York legal cannabis market, including gummies, caramels, and more.


Mints from brands like Nanticoke freshen your breath and elevate your mood. They are discreet, portable, and are made for dosing through the day.


Versatile and easy to dose, brands like 1906 offer cannabis-infused pills that support any mood.

Cannabis Edibles FAQs

You’ll find a wide assortment of edibles on our menu, including brands like:

  • 1906
  • ayrloom
  • Camino
  • Chef For Higher
  • Florist Farms
  • Harney Brothers Cannabis
  • Hysteria
  • Jaunty
  • Lost Farm
  • MFNY
  • Nanticoke
  • Rezinators by Jaunty
  • Ruby
  • Soft Power Sweets

Yes, edibles are legal in New York. New York State permits cannabis edibles containing up to 10 milligrams of THC per serving and up to 100mg of THC per package. Legal forms of edibles in New York include infused goods like chocolates, gummies, and beverages.

All cannabis products must pass laboratory testing before hitting the shelves. Always look for labels or seals indicating that the product is licensed and approved for legal sale in New York. You’ll find information about laboratory testing on the product packaging. All regulated products will have a QR code or link to that product’s lab testing results called a Certificate of Analysis (CoA).

It’s currently legal for adults 21 and older to purchase and possess up to 24 grams of concentrated cannabis products at a time. Edibles are considered a concentrated cannabis product.

The cost of edibles in New York can vary depending on the brand, product, and dosage. For example, Aylroom offers 5mg canned drinks for just $4 each. On the other hand, Senior Moments offers 20 packs of 5mg gummies for $35. Ultimately, the price range reflects the diversity of products, quantity, other ingredients, serving size, and more.

  • Keep edibles in child-resistant packaging to prevent accidental ingestion by children or pets.  
  • Store edibles in a cool, dark place to maintain potency and freshness. Avoid exposure to heat or direct sunlight, which can degrade cannabinoids and affect the product’s taste.
  • Always keep edibles in airtight containers or resealable bags so they stay fresh.
  • Educate kids in your home about the presence of edibles. Emphasize the importance of keeping them out of reach and encourage open communication to prevent accidents. Best yet, keep them locked away, in a safe place and out of sight.

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