Dorothy Lawson puts out a pizza for sale at Mint Dispensary in Guadalupe, Ariz. November 4, 2020. Arizona voters passed Proposition 207, legalizing possession of as much as an ounce of marijuana for adults 21 and older and set up a licensing system for retail sales of the drug. (Photo: Michael Chow/The Republic)
If anyone is looking for herbs beyond the traditional sage and rosemary for their Thanksgiving meal, The Mint Dispensary has them covered.
Marijuana-infused gravy, cornbread, cranberry sauce and a pumpkin dessert roll are available for medical-marijuana cardholders in Arizona at the Guadalupe dispensary.
A limited number of heavily dosed Thanksgiving meal kits are available for pickup at the shop on Thanksgiving Day. The first 40 orders will get a free turkey as well, which will not be infused with marijuana.
The Mint has made a name for itself with its marijuana kitchen at the dispensary at 5210 S. Priest Drive, just south of Arizona Mills shopping mall, which makes items like hamburgers, pizza and tacos infused with marijuana. Now it’s offering a holiday special.
Marijuana-infused cranberry sauce. (Photo: Provided by The Mint)
The offering is probably best left to people with a high tolerance for marijuana. Including the garlic-herb butter that comes with the $100 meal kit, the meal has 1,250 milligrams of tetrahydrocannabinol, or THC.
Proposition 207, which makes marijuana possession legal in Arizona and passed at the ballot earlier this month, will limit edible marijuana products to 10 mg of THC per serving.
So under those guidelines for what constitutes a serving, the meal has 125 doses of THC. If split evenly among six guests, each would get about 208 mg of THC, or almost 21 doses.
The deal includes a 6-inch-by-8-inch pan of