Skittles Flavour C-Liquid
Skittles Flavour C-Liquid, The liquid contains a brand new Cannabinoid called: Methyl (S)-2-[1-(5-fluorophenyl)-1H-indazole-3-carboxamido]-3,3-dimethylbutanoate CAS Number 1715016-75-35ML of chemical suspension is roughly the same as 5-6 grams of herbal blends.
Liquid contains a brand new Cannabinoid called: Methyl (S)-2-[1-(5-fluorophenyl)-1H-indazole-3-carboxamido]-3,3-dimethylbutanoate CAS Number 1715016-75-3
5ML of chemical suspension is roughly the same as 5-6 grams of herbal blends.
PLEASE NOTE: Product packaging and design may vary.
Skittles are a popular candy manufactured by Mars, Inc.
Originally from the UK, the brand was brought here in the late seventies and has never look back.
The “taste the rainbow” theme has been used extensive in the brand’s marketing campaign. So what’s inside the rainbow?
What you need to know:
Here is Skittle’s ingredient list (which, by the way, does NOT appear on the Skittles website):
Not surprising, the first two ingredients are sugar and corn syrup (a type of sweetener).
The hydrogenated palm kernel oil is a glue to hold all that sugar together, as does the modified corn starch.
Dextrin (E1400) is a white or yellow powder produced from starch. It is use coatings and glazes and may cause an allergic reaction.
The natural and artificial flavors are trade secrets, and NO YOU CAN’T find out what they are.
But these are what give each of the skittles its lime, grape, berry, etc… flavors.
Our “favorite” part of the ingredient list is the rainbow of artificial food colorings, including no less than 9 colorants.
(generally recognized as safe) status of these chemicals.
For example, Red 40 is suspect of causing hyperactivity in children.
Don’t expect any nutritional value in Skittles.
A single serving 2 oz pack contains 250 calories and a whopping 47 grams of sugar (that’s 12 teaspoons of sugar in a personal bag).
Surprisingly, the vitamin C content is 50% of the daily value, but that’s because Ascorbic acid has been add to the product.
The palm kernel oil contributes 2.5 grams of saturated fat to the mix (that’s 13% of the daily value, from a candy!)