Space Gods Gummies Review: Are Edibles Unhealthy?

Space Gods Gummies Review: Are Edibles Unhealthy?

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Disclaimer: None of the information in this article constitutes medical advice. All statements are merely the opinion of the writer(s). We recommend that patients follow their doctor’s guidance in regard to THC use.

Space Gods Gummies is a popular THC and CBD edibles brand. The brand describes their product line as the “#1 Selling Edibles” and “Legal Cannabis.”

But how much THC and CBD is really in Space Gods Gummies? Does the brand use any questionable additive ingredients? How do real users rate the effects of these gummies? And is Delta-9 THC dangerous?

In this article we’ll answer all of these questions and more as we analyze the ingredients in Space Gods Gummies based on medical studies to give our take on whether the supplements are likely to be effective based on their active ingredients, and whether they contain any unhealthy inactive ingredients.

We’ll feature real user reviews of the brand and discuss whether the type of THC in Space Gods Gummies is dangerous.

Ingredient Analysis

Space Gods Gummies contains two active ingredients: tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and cannabidiol (CBD). THC is psychoactive while CBD is not.

Prolonged use of cannabis may be detrimental to physical and mental health, according to a 2014 medical review, but it’s unclear if those same effects may pertain to cannabis-derived products like those sold by Space Gods which are more isolated.

The full set of ingredients in the Pink Lemonade flavor of Space Gods Gummies are shown below:

Space Gods Gummies Pink Lemonade flavor ingredients

Granulated sugar is a type of added sugar, and added sugar may contribute to diabetes, obesity and heart disease when consumed in excess according to a 2019 medical review.

The inclusion of added sugar is one of the reasons we consider cannabis and CBD gummies to be less healthy than cannabis or CBD oil, which is typically free of questionable additives.

Citric acid is clinically shown to cause whole-body inflammation in a small subset of individuals, as we discussed in our review of Lemme Gummies.

Natural flavor is a healthier alternative to artificial flavor, but a medical review published in the Environmental Health Perspectives journal suggests that some flavoring additives and their metabolites may have toxic effects in humans. 

Overall, we don’t recommend Space Gods Gummies from a health perspective due to the inactive ingredients highlighted above, although these ingredients are included in nearly all cannabis/CBD gummy supplements.

But what is delta-9 THC and what are its specific effects on the mind? We’ll discuss these questions in the next section.

Is Delta-9 THC Safe?

Delta-9 is the primary psychoactive compound in cannabis, so when brands reference potential psychoactive effects of cannabis generally, they’re referring to effects caused by delta-9.

A YouTube video published by neuroscientist Andrew Huberman discusses the effects of marijuana on the brain and body:

A YouTube video published by “ChubbyEmu” shares a case story of a patient who consumed 96 marijuana gummies in one sitting:

Real Users Review Space Gods Gummies

A YouTube creator named “Most Dope Zay” reviewed Space Gods Gummies:

A TikTok creator named Emily Perruso claims that the supplements help her calm down:

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Pros and Cons of Space Gods Gummies

Here are the pros and cons of Space Gods Gummes in our opinion:


  • Brand publishes lab testing
  • No seriously unhealthy additive ingredients
  • Mostly positive online customer reviews


  • Gummies may be less healthy than oil
  • Contains added sugar
  • Contains citric acid
  • Contains flavoring additives
  • THC may cause anxiety in some individuals
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Space Gods Gummies has a similar formulation to most THC and CBD gummies that we’ve reviewed on Illuminate Health. Because this product category is formulated for taste and not health, and made to taste like candy, most gummies contain additive ingredients that may be questionable from a health perspective.

The good thing about this brand is that they publish updated third-party testing on the purity and potency of their supplements.

Most customer reviews we came across while researching this article were favorable.

THC is psychoactive and may not be advisable for some consumers. We recommend speaking with a doctor about THC use prior to purchasing this type of supplement, regardless of legality.