Cannabis is a superior foundation for healthy living. The herb goes with a wide range of flavors, ingredients and drinks. As you’re about to find out, making your own weed-infused liquid treats isn’t hard at all.
Below are three marijuana beverages you can indulge in to boost your healthy lifestyle.
1. Cannabis Lemonade with Honey and Mint
This isn’t The Game’s cannabis lemonade- that probably tastes great too! Our version of this drink can be made with love at home. The best part is, most people have all of the ingredients for this drink in their kitchen: lemons, honey (sugar is fine) and mint (you can leave it out if you don’t have any). Combine all of the ingredients and add a few drops of your favorite cannabis tincture. For a fresh, summertime-high, try using sativa-based liquid concentrates.
2. Keef Cola Soda
Do you need a mid-afternoon pick-me-up? Cannabis lemonade is perfect for chilling at home, but not for grinding out long work weeks. For that, you may want to try Keef Cola’s tasty, weed-infused sodas. The drinks come in twist-to-open bottles that can be stored in a kitchen pantry, work desk, car or cooler. They come in 10mg and 100mg THC doses, which caters to both casual consumers and patients with medicinal needs. Trading in your usual alcoholic beverage for one of these cannabis sodas is an effective way to reduce strain on your liver and have a calm night out. Keef Cola Sodas are also more discreet than smelly joints and pipes!
Keef Cola also features an upbeat line of phenome-specific (indica, sativa and hybrid) cannabis drinks, called Boost. For an extra kick, the brand features Flo Energy, a convenient shot that can increase energy levels and combat fatigue- without giving you the jitters. All of the brand’s offerings, from Keef Cola Sodas to Keef Cola Boost drinks, come in an assortment of sweet and citrusy flavors.
3. Cannabis Chamomile Tea
This is not your ordinary cup of marijuana tea. Unlike your everyday, morning tea that keeps you mildly alert, this one is designed to get you ready for bed. Chamomile is caffeine-free, and is a popular herbal remedy for insomnia. Researchers claim that drinking this type of tea may increase glycine, a chemical that promotes relaxation and sedation, in the body. Combining this drink with a hard-hitting indica strain, like Afghan Kush or Northern Lights, could help you sleep earlier and longer. This is because the active ingredients in the plant are absorbed through one’s digestive tract, which prolongs its effects.
MassRoots has a simple, fail-safe cannabis tea tutorial that doesn’t involve complex decarboxylation. Like weed lemonade, you can use honey as an alternative for sugar. If you like the slightly bitter taste of chamomile flowers (not leaves), you could also drink it as is, after letting it cool down.