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Cannabis beverages are trending nowadays and it’s not surprising why. These delicious drinks offer all the benefits of your favorite herb in a refreshing form, whether it’s soda, coffee, tea, or something else. Technically, the term  more...

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    Purejuana - Blue Dream | Red 10pk

    Sativa - 100MG TOTAL / 10MG EACH THC

    $17.00 Add to cart
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    Chil Mixer - Bud Naked | 10MG

    10MG THC

    $5.50 Add to cart
  • Beverage

    Tinley's - High Horse | Cannabis Infused Tonic

    3.60 THC

    $7.00 Add to cart
  • Beverage

    Chil Mixer - Lemon | 10MG

    10MG THC

    $5.50 Add to cart
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    House Of Saka - Pink Infused Wine

    40MG THC

    $45.00 Add to cart
  • Beverage

    Kikoko - Positivi- Tea | 4 Pack

    10MG THC

    $25.00 Add to cart
  • Beverage

    Tinley's - Stony Daisy | Cannabis Infused Tonic

    4.43 THC

    $7.00 Add to cart
  • Beverage

    Purejuana - Super Lemon Haze | Green 10pk

    Sativa

    $17.00 Add to cart
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    Purejuana - Super Lemon Haze | Red 10pk

    Sativa - 100MG TOTAL / 10MG EACH THC

    $17.00 Add to cart
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    Chil Mixer - Watermelon 1:1 | 10MG Singles

    5MG THC

    $5.50 Add to cart
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    House Of Saka - White Infused Wine

    30MG THC

    $45.00 Add to cart
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    Purejuana - XJ-13 | Red Single

    Hybrid - 100MG TOTAL / 10MG EACH THC

    $5.00 Add to cart

Cannabis beverages are trending nowadays and it’s not surprising why. These delicious drinks offer all the benefits of your favorite herb in a refreshing form, whether it’s soda, coffee, tea, or something else. Technically, the term “edible” refers to anything that features cannabis that you consume by swallowing. So, in this way, cannabis-infused beverages fall into the beverage category. But how exactly are these beverages made? What types are available on the market? Do they give you a ‘high’? Read on to find out.

How Are Cannabis Beverages Made?

Similar to edibles, cannabis beverages are made by activating the cannabinoids (CBD, THC, etc.) in flowers by using heat and then combining these cannabinoids with other ingredients to create the drink. This process generally involves dissolving the cannabis entirely in the drink.

Cannabis beverages offered by brands like House of Saka, Chil, etc. are similar in a way to most other cannabis products as they clearly indicate the dosage in the beverage as well as the percentage breakdown of CBD, THC, and other cannabinoids featured. Some cannabis-infused beverages feature extremely small THC doses, not enough to give you a ‘high’ but enough to offer the positive wellness effects, such as anxiety relief, pain relief, reduced stress, etc. Taking just enough THC to enjoy the beneficial effects of the product without getting high is called microdosing. Other cannabis-infused beverages feature larger THC concentrations, or virtually no THC at all for individuals who only want CBD as the primary ingredient in their drink.

Types of Cannabis Beverages

Thanks to the growing legalization of recreational cannabis, more and more cannabis brands are manufacturing a wide range of beverage products. House of Saka, for instance, offers alcohol-free luxury cannabis beverages with several popular flavor profiles. The CA-based cannabis company Chil offers water-soluble cannabis powder called Chil Mixer, promising a new cannabis beverage experience. Apart from these, cannabis-infused drinks are available in many other forms, including tea, soda, coffee, and more, which means there’s something for everyone.

How High Can You Get from Cannabis Beverages?

It’s easy to assume that a cannabis drink might simply ‘water down’ the THC effects, but this is not the case. Dosage in cannabis-infused beverages can be just as high as in other edibles, so you will need to be careful when drinking them. Keep in mind that edibles of any type (including beverages) have a much slower onset as compared to other cannabis consumption methods. So, expect to take longer to feel the effects of the associated ‘high’. Many individuals who are new to cannabis-infused drinks think that they simply haven’t had enough, so they drink more – only for all the effects to hit at once, resulting in an undesired outcome.

Just as with any other cannabis product, it is recommended that you start slow with cannabis beverages. Focus on enjoying the refreshing taste of this cannabis format until you begin to feel the effects – there’s no rush. If you take it slow, you will surely be rewarded with a unique cannabis experience.