California — People who use cannabis often get the munchies. Stress, lack of sleep, and even small amounts of excess fat can also contribute to this state of insatiable hunger.
Until now, there weren’t viable solutions to curb these persistent cravings. Tricks to ease the munchies – such as removing unhealthy snacks from the home, drinking more water, and exercising – require willpower, which can often be hard to muster when under the influence.
“Since I started using cannabis, I’ve put on good deal of weight as a direct result of the overeating habits it causes,” says one marijuana user. “Saying ‘ignore it’ and ‘just eat less’ weren’t acceptable solutions for me anymore.”
Those seeking a sustainable solution for the munchies can drop by The High Times Cannabis Cup in Southern California from April 21-23 to celebrate the official launch of MunchEase, a unique hunger-controlling supplement that is being hailed as the first real cure for the munchies. The product lowers leptin levels to make you feel full, and it’s made of all-natural, non-GMO ingredients that are caffeine- and stimulant-free.
“To cure the munchies, we knew we needed a pill that would stop people from overeating without diminishing the desired effects of marijuana,” says MunchEase co-founder Michael Witzer. “We found that instead of trying to decrease hunger, it makes more sense to actually increase the sensation of fullness, a state that our leptin determines.”
MunchEase is offering free 3-day samples to the first 1,000 people who sign up at munchease.com. To reinforce their mission to beat hunger, the company will donate a portion of proceeds from every bottle to Feeding America once the product officially launches on 4/20. MunchEase has no reported side effects and clinical trials have shown it to effectively regulate leptin sensitivity and satiety. MunchEase can be taken with or without marijuana use, and should be taken daily for best results.