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Host Your Own Edible Party with Esculent Oils

Ginnie Mathews, founder of Esculent Oils, is excited to announce that cooking party hosting opportunities using her company’s cannabis-infused edible oils are now available. “The parties are a fun, safe and educational way to learn about how to cook healthy edibles while dosing safely,” she says.  “In addition, each host receives complimentary oils to use as a bonus for holding the event.”

Esculent Oils provides pure organic oils infused with cannabis to help medical marijuana patients dose their medication with ease and confidence while maintaining optimal health.
According to Mathews, Esculent Oils was created out of the thoughts and needs of patients who prefer not to smoke marijuana. “It is well known that dosing by using edibles allows more potency per dose. Oils are the perfect way to get your medication without inhalation,” she says.

Esculent Oils are vegan, gluten-free, sugar and salt-free, as well as GMO-free. “They’re healthy and versatile, and never need to be refrigerated. It’s easy to turn your meals and snacks into medicated edibles,” adds Mathews. “Host a cooking party so you and your friends can discover just how simple it can be.”  

For more information, call Ginnie Mathews at 949-370-1245 or visit


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