WYLD Blood Orange CBC + THC 1:1 Sativa Enhanced Gummies

Eric Vlosky
Eric Vlosky
Last updated at
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April 3, 2024
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Blood Orange Gummies 1:1 THC:CBC Sativa Enhanced
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Product Ingredients List
Sugar, Tapioca Syrup, Water, Blood Orange Juice Concentrate, Gelatin, Coconut Oil, Natural Flavoring, Citric Acid, Malic Acid, Pectin (Pectin, Sodium Citrate), Cannabis Extract, Hemp Extract, Sunflower Lecithin - Contains: Coconut
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Thoughtful yet calming high
Dual cannabinoid profile
Good all around edible


WYLD delivers a solid all around citrus-forward edible with their Blood Orange sativa enhanced 1:1 THC + CBC gummies. While they’re billed as an uplifting part of the WYLD lineup, we experienced them as a more introspective and sedating product that is better suited for afternoons or north of there on the clock. They’re quite tasty despite the hint of CBC extract bitterness and are definitely worth grabbing if you want to eat an edible that will have you daydreaming in no time. 

Packaging, Scent, & Appearance

While we’ll likely repeat this in every WYLD product review we do – the Blood Orange gummies packaging is absolutely on point, just like the Sour Tangerine ones we also recently reviewed. Within it the small generic white plastic container houses all of the treats that I was eager to try as an ongoing citrus-a-holic. Actual blood oranges are a naturally occuring orange-species mutation that are deep, legitimately sanguine colored. Interestingly enough, that deep red color apparently develops with low night time temperatures similar to how anthocyanins (the compounds that make purps purple) tend to deepen in certain phenotypes as a reaction to similar cold exposures. Neat. Despite the fact that these gummies are instead peach colored and not blood red, they are quite visually appealing overall, especially given their characteristic gleaming sugar crystal coating. They smell quite appetizing and are a mixture of deep sweetness and general citrusy-ness. 

WYLD Blood Orange gummies box photograph

Amount Consumed

The gummies include 10mg of THC and 10mg of CBC each, so you’re getting 20mg of cannabinoids plus botanical-derived terpenes (they list limonene, valencene, beta caryophyllene, alpha pinene, and beta pinene as being a part of the formulation here). CBC, which stands for cannabichromene, is a non psychoactive cannabinoid that has similar reported effects to CBD. I really enjoyed cutting them in half and getting 5mg of both actives, but my edibles tolerance is admittedly fairly low so if that sounds like childsplay to you, certainly dose away as you normally would. The CBC didn’t seem to cut the THC however as a moderating factor like sometimes CBD does. 


I’ll definitely give the WYLD team credit for pulling it off, these gummies do in fact taste of that classic semi-sour raspberry-orange flavor that biting into a blood orange slice provides. If you’ve never had one, it’s unique and worth seeking out when they’re in season, which is usually wintertime like the rest of the orange family. There is however a mild but distinctly sharp bitterness that presumably comes through as a result of the CBC which is hard to ignore.

WYLD Blood Orange gummies edibles shot

Texture & Mouthfeel

WYLD has one of the better gummy formulations in the industry in my opinion because they have such a dialed ratio of pectin and gelatin, which leads to a soft, chewy candy that is really easy to eat. Too easy, in fact. The sugar sanding doesn’t add any grit to the palate, just a helpful sugariness that brings the entire thing together in your mouth. It’s hard not to love the texture, I just hope they can better cover up the CBC extract in future iterations.


The Blood Orange “sativa enhanced” variety here from WYLD in Colorado delivered a persistently introspective and calming effect for me that wasn’t necessarily uplifting but is overall quite nice. It made it very difficult to accurately capture for the review itself as I kept finding myself starting, pondering, pausing, and then starting again to work through its descriptions. I also found they provided an interesting oscillating, thoughtful-sleepy-thoughtful rollercoaster most times I ate them that was not your usual up down high. Each gummy was also pretty consistent potency-wise across the batch I sampled, which is a plus as I could pretty well know exactly what I was getting each time. We’d certainly recommend these for anyone that wants an edible offering a serene and thoughtful experience with a unique flavor profile to match. 

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