My Top 5 Healthy Cannabis Drinks
For the entire year 2023, I have decided not to drink alcohol. One of the alternatives to alcoholic drinks are cannabis drinks if you still want to enjoy a buzz. 🐝
As a budtender, I have tried many a cannabis drink. Trust me when I say that some of them are down right nasty or way too sweet. I want to save you the trial and error.
Below you will find my favourite drinks, that have no sugar or are low in sugar and are made with healthy, natural ingredients.
These are my current fave drinks on the legal market. There are a few flavours to choose from. Each can has 10mg of THC for when you are looking for more of a buzz as they are fast acting. They are a sugar-free, sparkling sip, with a hint of natural flavour.
2) Cann Social Tonics
These truly are the best social drink. Each can has 2mg of THC and 4mg of CBD and is sweetened with agave. You can sip on these, while your friends pound back the alcoholic drinks, without the fear of the dreaded hangover. There are a few flavours to choose from and go great with sparkling water, if you want to stretch them out. They are a sparkling sip and are not overly sweetened.
3) Sweet Justice
Most of the Sweet Justice drinks are too sugary for me. However, I do like the Elderflower Pom. Each can has 8 grams of sugar and is made with natural ingredients. They are fast acting and have a balanced ratio of 5mg of THC to 5mg of CBD, so you won't get too buzzed. These also taste great with sparkling water, if you are looking for more fizz.
These sugar-free cannabis infused sparkling waters are my fave CBD forward drinks. The cucumber mint and passionfruit guava have 20mg of CBD and 0mg of THC per can and have a subtle natural flavour. My go to, when I don't want to get high.
I absolutely love this cannabis infused margarita. Each can has 10mg of THC, is sweetened with agave, and has real lime juice. You can add some sparkling water for some extra fizz.
This article is for educational and informational purposes only. It is not, nor is it intended to be, a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment and should never be relied upon for specific medical advice.
People with a personal or family history of psychosis, schizophrenia, or bipolar disorder should avoid cannabis use.
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