If you’re into edibles, why not try cannabis beverages? The effects are extremely similar, and may even take effect more quickly in drinkable form. There are now so many ways to drink weed infused with cannabinoids. Read on for a glimpse into modern cannabis drinks.
Did you know that citrus pulp is a great carrier for cannabinoids? Lemonade is a popular creation among do-it-yourself edible makers and has been for years. Now, even The Game has his own line: G Lemonade by GFarmaLabs. This is a sweet, simple and refreshing way to drink week during the warmer months.
The world runs on coffee, and it also runs on weed. Why not combine the two? From instant K-Cups to carefully dosed, pre-packaged “Frappucino”-style drinks from Therapy Tonics & Provisions, the options are growing fast. In a society already obsessed with drinking coffee, this could become the hottest method of cannabis consumption in the normalized era.
With its herbal flavor, cannabis is the perfect complement to your favorite loose leaf tea. Though, many companies are now providing medicated tea bags and bottled iced tea products. One of the originals is Subtle Tea by Venice Cookie Company. Whether you drink green tea to perk up, or chamomile to help you sleep, try a cannabis-infused version for a more healing experience.
4. Milk or cream
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Rich in fats, milk makes for a fantastic base for cannabinoids. Coconut milk and hemp milk too! Products like Waska can provide fast and healthy relief in a small package. For those without access to medicated coffees and teas, this infused milk range can also be used as a creamer for the perfect cup.
5. Syrups and mixers
For years, syrups and mixers infused with cannabis have been added to drinks on the down-low. Syrups containing CBD, like Cloud N9ne Syrups, have been around for some time. However, THC “lean” is starting to gain popularity. Additionally, simple syrups and other mixers for alcoholic cocktails are also making their debut in bars where cannabis is legal!
6. Medicated water
Medicated water bottles are in the running for the titles of healthiest and most discreet edibles. While CBD water has been making its rounds for the past few years, THC and whole-plant extract waters, like Whole Flower Water, are starting to make their debut. These drinkables are perfect for hot days, hikes, workouts, or anything else you can imagine.
7. Make your own
Drinkable products not accessible where you are? Try creating your own infused beverages with tinctures, isolates, or emulsified oils, The “relax” tincture from Whoopi & Maya is a perfect candidate. You can get fast relief by doing this, and you can also easily control the dosage to make just about any of your favorite drinks perfectly medicated. You may not get the smooth flavor and consistency of a manufactured product, but you will get relief, and that’s what counts.
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