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Learn | 03.12.2022

This THC Beverage Line Only Has 50 Calories Per Can

Calling the health-conscious cannabis consumer, we found your favorite beverages.

When you think of cannabis beverages, your mind often goes to brands boasting a safe and social alternative to alcohol. While this is true for the most part, there aren’t a whole lot of companies creating cannabis beverages for the health-conscious consumer looking to watch their calorie and sugar intake.

That’s where Keef Brands come in, setting itself apart from other cannabis beverage companies by diversifying its product offering to suit the needs and wants of every cannabis consumer. In fact, the company’s LIFE H2O line was practically designed for individuals following stringent diets who still desire an effective cannabis beverage.

Blueberry Lemon

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Not only is the sweet and light Blueberry Lemon beverage only 5 calories, but it carries less than 1g of sugar per serving! If that’s not a healthy alternative, we don’t know what is.

What’s even more interesting is how this beverage is infused with an Indica dominant CO2 oil. Keef also wanted to give consumers a more relaxing and calming option by adding a small dose of CBN cannabinoids to help hit the hay.

What Is CO2 Oil?

CO2 is simply the extraction method used to isolate cannabis concentrates and oils. By using CO2 as a solvent, this extraction method offers a cleaner and less harmful process rather than utilizing other chemicals for the same result.

This works by exposing CO2 to high and low temperatures to manipulate its state, resulting in a clean and highly concentrated extract that’s much purer than other extraction methods.

What Is CBN?

A naturally-occurring cannabinoid derived from the cannabis plant, CBN is often found in weed that’s been exposed to air for an extended period of time. When THC oxidizes over time, it turns into CBN.

This cannabinoid is responsible for sedation and the utmost relaxing effects. It’s often used as a sleep-aid in cannabis products, which explains why Keef recommends using the LIFE H2O Blueberry Lemon beverage at night.

Cranberry Lime

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With less than 50 calories in the entire bottle and 5 calories per serving, the Cranberry Lime beverage by Keef offers a more stimulating effect due to its Sativa-dominant infusion.

To ensure accurate doses, use the re-sealable cap as a measurement to equally divide the beverage into serving sizes. The health-conscious consumer will definitely appreciate the added stimulating and beneficial cannabinoid THCV.

What Is THCV?

Often referred to as a “super Sativa,” THCV is another naturally-occurring cannabinoid from the cannabis plant. When taken at low doses, this cannabinoid has been proven to block our brain’s cannabinoid receptors from sending signals throughout the body like hunger and pain.

Some studies on rodents even found that THCV reduces food cravings, regulates metabolism, and is an excellent tool for weight loss and management.

Strawberry Kiwi

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For those who prefer something a little sweeter and more familiar, the Strawberry Kiwi beverage by Keef is your best bet. This drink also has less than 50 calories per bottle and offers the same dosing cap for accurate servings.

The Strawberry Kiwi beverage was designed to be poured over a mocktail mix or alone over ice. This beverage is infused with rotating Hybrid strains to offer a more balanced effect.

Why Hybrids?

You can never go wrong with a Hybrid strain, especially since not all cannabis users prefer the cerebral effects of Sativa or the deeply relaxed sensations of Indica. When farmers first started developing Hybrid strains from heirloom seeds, they realized that the combined effects between Sativa and Indica offer a completely different experience on their own.

Now, with brands like Keef utilizing the many preferred Hybrid strains, a blissed, creative, and relaxing balance isn’t hard to come by.

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