Bhang products are widely available for you to enjoy! Our products can be found in California, New Mexico, Nevada, Illinois, Florida, Massachusetts, and Canada.
Products containing THC must be purchased from a licensed dispensary or delivery services in a state where cannabis has been legalized and Bhang has a manufacturing licensee. Under federal law, it is illegal to mail products containing THC. In California, you can purchase directly from I Heart Jane.
Send us an inquiry via our Contact Us page and we’ll get you in touch with the right people in your state.
Simply send us an inquiry via our Contact Us page and we’ll get you in touch with the right people.
Yes! At Bhang we have something for everyone. All of our bars are made from sustainably-sourced cacao and natural ingredients. We also offer cannabis-infused edibles that are lactose-free, vegan, contain no gluten (always read your label about the manufacturing facility) and are keto friendly. Visit our products page to learn more about what Bhang products are the right fit for your dietary needs.
Cruelty-free products are not tested on animals but may contain animal ingredients. Vegan products contain no animal ingredients but may or may not test on animals. All Bhang products are 100% cruelty free for both vegan and non-vegan products.
The best way to store your chocolate is to seal it and place it in a dry location that remains between 60 and 70 degrees Fahrenheit. Chocolate turns white or develops a filmy layer on it when it gets too hot or too cold (this is called “losing its temper”). It is still okay to eat, and the potency should not be diminished, but its texture will be affected and it will lose its “mouth feel.”
The word “dose” is a medical term and if you are using cannabis products as medicine you should always consult with your medical provider for proper dosing instructions. If you are using cannabis in a recreational state as an adult-use product, we recommend starting slow. Since cannabis products effect everyone differently, and cannabis edibles have a very delayed effect, start with a small amount and wait. If the small amount isn’t enough for the desired effect, add more incrementally until you find the amount that works for you. We label all Bhang products with the lab-verified milligrams of THC, CBD, and CBN to help you meet your own individual dosing needs.
There are three main enemies of chocolate – Heat, Humidity, and Strong Odors. Store your chocolate between 60 and 70 degrees Fahrenheit (about 16- 21 degree Celsius). If you keep the chocolate too cold, as in a refrigerator or freezer, or too hot, as in your pocket or a vehicle, and the chocolate will lose its temper. Tempering is the process from which a chocolatier turns the chocolate from liquid into solid bars. Our chocolatiers are highly trained in tempering chocolate, and we work hard in tempering every batch to assure the best taste possible for the chocolate. In the case of excessive heat, the bar will melt. You can cool the chocolate and make it solid again, but the temper will not be the same. The sad part for the chocolate connoisseur is that both of these also cause the chocolate to come out of temper. This results in a very noticeable change in the texture of the chocolate. It will go from a crisp snap and smooth melting texture to a crumbly or clay-like texture and a less-than-appealing mouth feel or melt. The chocolate itself is fine, but the joy of the chocolate is gone.
One quick solution is to stir the chocolate into a cup of coffee or hot chocolate to make sure the flavor and medicine do not go to waste. The other one is to place the out-of-temper chocolate on the center of your tongue and just let it melt. Don’t chew it or the unappealing texture will become noticeable.
The cannabis is generally not affected (unless taken above 220 degrees Fahrenheit), but the taste of the chocolate will be. So you can still eat our chocolate but the texture will be affected. Excessive cold temps can cause the chocolate to “bloom”, or have a whitish haze on the surface of the chocolate. Again this does not affect the cannabis, but it affects the taste and flavor. This is why we do not recommend storing chocolate in the refrigerator. Plus, chocolate is very absorbent and it will absorb smells from your refrigerator. If exposed to high humidity or moisture, the moisture could condense and cause a “sugar bloom,” which is when little moisture droplets of sugar rise to the surface. For best results, store your chocolate in a sealed package and in a dry, cool place. And remember to keep Bhang chocolate out of the reach of children and pets.
You’ll want to speak to the Bhang reps in your state. If you are unsure who they are, send us an inquiry via our Contact Us page and we’ll make sure the appropriate person gets in contact with you. Feel free to DM us on IG as well!
Yes! All of our boxes are biodegradable with pouches made from 100% recycled materials and is printed using soy-based ink.
The company's name is pronounced "bang."
In its original Hindi or Urdu (where the name finds its roots), the word bhang is pronounced “bong.”
The word “bhang” is “a medical term for cannabis,” which was appropriate since our company started out with a focus on medical cannabis applications back in 2010. The word also refers to “a mildly intoxicating paste of the ground leaves and flowering tops of cannabis used chiefly in southeastern Asia as an ingredient in various edible preparations,” (source: Merriam-Webster).
The name was chosen by Bhang’s founder in 2009. He chose it because the company’s roots were in California’s original medical cannabis edibles market, and “bhang” itself is a definition for medical cannabis. It also refers to the oldest known, infused, cannabis edible, making the word a natural choice for increasing awareness of and paying homage to the history of the category.
As far as the etymological history of the word “bhang,” its roots are in Hindi and Urdu languages and in the Hindu culture. It is known as “an edible preparation made from the leaves of the cannabis plant originating from the Indian Subcontinent. It has been used in food and drink as early as 1000 BC in ancient India. Bhang is traditionally distributed during the spring festivals of Maha Shivaratri and Holi,” (source: Wikipedia).
The name was chosen by Bhang’s founder in 2009.
The word bhang is defined as a medical term for cannabis, as well as referring to “a mildly intoxicating paste of the ground leaves and flowering tops of cannabis used chiefly in southeastern Asia as an ingredient in various edible preparations” (source: Merriam-Webster dictionary). Ultimately, the name reflects the founder’s desire to pay homage to the history of the category and increase awareness of the fact that cannabis edibles have been safely used for millennia around the world in medical and spiritual practice.
No. Like Nike, the Greek goddess of victory, or the Reebok, native to South Africa, the name is intended to be respectful and representative of what we strive for as a company: to increase awareness of and challenge the fear-based stigma around cannabis-infused edibles by bringing a safe, effective and delicious product to market that enhances people’s lives.