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Camino Sparkling Pear Gummies by Kiva Confections

Camino Gummies transport consumers to the various landscapes throughout California suggested by the gummies’ flavors and namesakes. The name Camino was inspired by the historic 600-mile state road El Camino Real. I was lucky enough to sample the Sparkling Pear variety, which is dosed with a unique ratio of CBD to THC intended to reduce anxiety. Kiva Confection’s gummies have no trace of cannabis taste and maintain a purely indulgent flavor for an infusion. Succulent sweet honey glazed pear pours over a tender bouncy gummy texture with a prosecco flavor on the end. These edibles are fun, tasty and promote sensational daydreaming. A vivid dreamy winery awaited me when I tried three gummies.

Kiva Confections have been crafting cannabis edibles since 2010 and they continue to produce and deliver safe and convenient cannabis products. Camino Gummies also come in Wild Berry, Blenheim Apricot and Pineapple Habanero flavors.

Camino Sparkling Pear Gummies by Kiva Confections

Available At…


  1. Barbary Coast Dispensary: 952 Mission St., San Francisco, CA 94103
  2. SAVA – Bay Area Delivery –
  3. Airfield Supply Co.: 1190 Coleman Ave., San Jose, CA 95110


  1. MedMen – DTLA: 735 S Broadway, Los Angeles, CA 90014
  2. Torrey Hollistic: 10671 Roselle St #100, San Diego, CA 92121
  3. Cornerstone Wellness: 2551 Colorado Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90041

Ashleigh Castro

Ashleigh Castro is a New York seed grown in the California sunshine. A photographer by nature, she developed while capturing peace rallies in San Francisco and snapping shots of musicians. She started at DOPE taking photos for DOPE Magazine as it launched in Northern California in 2015. Aesthetically, her favorite medium to shoot in is film such as 35mm and medium format. Since she studied journalism, she put her DOPEn to the paper and started writing stories about healing family through cannabis, sustainably sourced edibles and consciously created local products. Having developed obscure food allergies caused by histamine intolerance, she applies cannabis to alleviate the symptoms of chronic pain, inflammation and the anxieties surrounding food intolerance. Now managing the NorCal office as well as the area’s content, you can find her on the scene with the DOPE squad or roller skating in the Bay Area’s scenic spots. Her greatest joy working at DOPE is being able to help found a Dream Team of talent and style.

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