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When people head about cannabis, the first thing that comes to mind is smoking it, then vaping, eating or drinking. The idea of weed drinking was not really on most people’s radar. However, today everything has changed. Because of the favourable properties of cannabis and cannabis-infused products, many people have been using cannabis for recreational purposes. More and more patients turn for marijuana, as this plant is an excellent solution to many chronic diseases they suffer from.

The cannabis drink market continues to grow in both the size, demand and popularity. Legal cannabis-infused beverages are natural drinks made of top-quality cannabis strains. THC and CBD infuse the beverages we sell. Therefore, you can buy your favourite sort of drink with a necessary range of concentrations, from the small dose to high-potency one.

What are Weed Drinks?

Cannabis beverages are tinctures or alcohol-based elixirs that contain a dissolved drug inside of them. Tinctures can provide a wide range of beneficial properties, such as acting as a disinfectant or aiding skin fissures. Tinctures are well-known as well as popular because of their extended lifespan properties. Most tinctures are consumed orally, through many tinctures are also applied externally as well.

Although weed beverages are a recent phenomenon, weed tinctures have an established history. Within the last century, cannabis tinctures have been used in Australian, American, and British Pharmacopoeias. However, because of the numerous concerns about their psychoactive properties, they were removed from each of them within the previous 70 years. Fortunately, weed tinctures are still around. So, what happens when you combine cannabis tinctures with water?

Drinking Cannabis Beverages: How Different Will Be Your “High”?

Drinking weed does not provide the same effect as smoking or vaping cannabis or cannabis oil. You should be ready for an intense experience. Drinking marijuana infused drinks is similar to eating cannabis edibles, as drinks, as well as edibles, go through the digestive system. When you drink cannabis-infused products, the beverage goes to the stomach and into the small intestine – the primary location where all the nutrients are absorbed into your body. Once cannabis beverage penetrates your gut, it mixes with gastric juices and enzymes. The cannabis compounds, as well as its nutrients are absorbed by your digestive tract — fat molecules, like cannabis oils, instead of moving to the bloodstream move into the lymphatic system. The psychoactive oils of cannabis are small enough to be absorbed directly from your intestine directly to the blood, and then they move to the liver for processing – that is where your “high” starts.

Get a Stronger “High” with Weed Drinks

Drinking cannabis beverages provides more potent opportunities than vaping or smoking. Generally, it should be said that marijuana drinks work and last the same way as cannabis edibles, providing different medical and recreational effects. The liver converts THC infused drinks into 11-hydroxy-THC. It is a more potent form of the chemical that produces a stronger as well as more intense high. In comparison with THC drinks, CBD-infused drinks will not provide you with a “high” effect. Instead, they are used for medical and recreational purposes, offering a wide range of benefits: pain relief, stress relief, pressure relief and relief of several chronic medical conditions.

Cannabis drinks require some time to kick in as well as more time to wear off. Once you drink the cannabis-infused drink, you will feel its effect in half an hour or two hours later. Do not drink too much. Let the cannabinoids to digest and then decide whether you need more weed to sip or not.

As mentioned above, the effect of cannabis drink lasts longer than the effects of smoking of vaping cannabis (it may last up to 7-8hours). In case you plan to be productive, it is better to refuse from taking THC beverage, as they can get you high for hours.

What are the Benefits of Drinking Cannabis?

If you want something simple and relaxing, then drinking cannabis beverages is what you need. It is the best solution for those consumers who do not wish to consume cannabis edibles but still desire a long-lasting, soothing and durable “high” effect.

So, what are the benefits of drinking weed?

  • Chronic pain reduction
  • Boosts appetite
  • Relieves stress and anxiety
  • Decreases chemotherapy-induced nausea
  • Improves autoimmune conditions: irritable bowel syndrome, multiple sclerosis, and rheumatoid arthritis

However, cannabis beverages will not suit everyone. Those who need a fast effect should choose cannabis strains or concentrates. What is more, because of cannabis beverages faster metabolism, their impact will not be as long as a traditional edible. Consumer experience from 2-4 hours of powerful effects of cannabis-infused drinks.

What Makes CBD Drinks Different from THC?

In comparison with THC, CBD or cannabidiol is a non-psychoactive substance. It will not get you, but it will provide you with a wide range of health benefits. CBD-infused drinks reduce stress, anxiety, and fatigue. They can treat inflammation, reduce pain, gets rid of insomnia and even slow the growth of cancer cells.

Whether you are searching for a way of midday boost, way to unwind at night, pressure or stress relief, cannabis-infused beverages are a great solution. It is a convenient, comfortable and exciting way of taking your dose of cannabis. Choose low-calorie beverage to suit your daily diet and ratio. Our company concentrates its efforts on not only pure cannabis strains, and edibles, but also on cannabis-infused drinks. Get long-lasting high in a drinkable form. Buy cannabis-infused drinks with either THC, CBD or both designed for recreational or medical purposes.

 

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