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The Top 5 Cannabis Drinks to Stay “High”drated


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Experts project that the cannabis drinks market will reach over $8 billion by 2027. Here are the top 5 cannabis infused drinks that can help you stay ‘high’ drated and also taste great and have a nice impact.

They are:

1.    Fizzy

Fizzy is a new THC-infused drink created by Journey Hemp Co., a plant-based biotechnology and pharmacology laboratory in Orlando, Florida. The THC drink is available in about 30+ states in the USA and has already gained significant recognition in the industry, winning the “Best in Show” award at the Delta-8 & CBD Expo in 2022.

Fizzy is widely popular among consumers for its great taste and ability to provide a higher quality experience. The new cannabis infused, but legally hemp-derived drink is revolutionizing the non-alcoholic beverage industry and is more than just a passing trend. Be among the first of your friend to try it.


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2. Nectr

This is a vegan, no sugar, and no calorie uber-rejuvenating sparkling water that’s ideal for night or day. It’s a wonderful introduction for the regular weed user or canna curious with 10 mg of THC in each container.

3.    Uncle Arnie’s Iced Tea Lemonade

It packs an unbelievable a hundred mg of THC, which is sufficient to make you take an entire afternoon away from reality.

4.    S*SHOTS

This drink also has 100 mg of THC. Professionals expertly combine it with delicious ‘n tangy juices, intending for consumers to hit it like a shot. Each bottle has ten servings for a flavorful and also full body and heady high.

5.    House of Saka

Saka WHITE is the hue of muted sunlight with mouth-watering fragrances of toasty oak, ripe peach, and apricot. With 30 mg of THC and 6 mg of cannabidiol in each container, it offers a sensual, soothing high with rapid offset and onset impacts.

What are Cannabis Beverages?

Individuals have been toying with the idea of drinks featuring hemp derived cannabinoids for years. Initially, most cannabis enthusiasts frowned upon them due to their inconsistency with dose, taste, and texture. It is a challenge to mix hemp oil (the essential component in cannabis drinks) and water. (Try FIZZY for a consistent taste and effect)

Water repels oil. Therefore, getting the two to coexist in a drink is difficult. Thankfully, the evolution of technology has resulted in the advancement of cannabis infused beverages. This has led to a procedure that weed infused drink companies refer to as nanoemulsion.  Nanoemulsion breaks the cannabis oil down into nanoparticles that manufacturers blend with water, juice, seltzer, and also with coffee.

Dosing Cannabis Beverages

Total doses in a bottle vary depending on the producer and the cannabis drink. Some drinks are produced with microdosing in mind. While cannabis drinks in the underground market can be very strong, those produced for state-legal markets are usually much weaker.

With more weed users choosing to buy THC weed extracts on sale, cannabis drinks are a type of THC (delta-9 tetrahydrocannabinol) and CBD (cannabidiol)-infused product.

Most cannabis beverages have THC or CBD in varying proportions. CBD is a non-intoxicating component that assists in making a more balanced experience than you might receive from an item with THC alone. THC gives you the psychoactive impact you can expect from cannabis products.

Cannabis drinks are available in different types, including:

  • Non-alcoholic beer
  • Coffee
  • Wine
  • Soft drinks
  • Kombucha

The Advantages of Consuming Cannabis Drinks

There are many benefits of drinking THC infused drinks since:

  • They hit faster than edibles.
  • They may soothe pressure and offer pain relief.
  • They’re an excellent alternative to alcohol.
  • They make lovely mixers
  • They may enhance your mood.
  • They may reduce swelling in the body.
  • They may help with  dosing.
  • They’re an excellent alternative for new users.

Cannabis is generally safer than alcohol, even if you vape it and smoke it. It’s possible to consume enough alcohol to actually die. However, the lethal dosage of weed must be so high that it would be impossible to reach it. Also, on record, no one has ever died of cannabis.

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