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Sometimes you just want to sip instead of smoke. Cannabis beverages are quickly becoming a popular option for consumers of both medical and recreational cannabis, especially those not accustomed to smoking.

Drinking cannabis can be an excellent way to relieve aches and pains in a discrete manner throughout the day, and it can provide immediate relief. THC in liquid form gets into your system quicker than any other method, meaning the effects are felt very soon.

THC & CBD infused beverages are commonly called elixirs. The term elixir is used whenever the product is in liquid form – this includes tinctures, sprays and beverages. Elixir drinks come in a variety of selections, such as effervescent soda, coffee, tea, and even smoothies.

Some people are coffee drinkers, and this is their go to drink. On the other hand there are folks who enjoy tea instead of coffee. In either case, the consumer should use precaution. A typical coffee or tea drinker likes to consume one cup after another. Obviously this is not OK when your hot drink is infused with marijuana. Most drinks contain 5-10 mg of THC, so it’s a good idea to sip slowly until you are comfortable with the results.

During a hot summer day, drinking an ice-cold beverage is incredibly refreshing. There are several cannabis infused sodas and tonics, made with fruit flavors and cola. Some are even sugar free.  And who wouldn’t want to add a wholesome, THC infused smoothie to their routine? Fruity, delicious, and relatively healthy, cannabis smoothies are a great way to get in your daily fix.

We can’t end without a shout out to Rebel Coast Winery, located in Hermosa Beach, CA. They are bringing alcohol free, THC infused wine to the market very soon. In fact, we here at Kaya just designed, manufactured, and supplied them with Child Resistant exit bags for their wine bottles.

If you haven’t tried it yet, it’s time to get your Elixir Fix while it’s hot.

Cannabis infused drinks are what’s trending!

Sandra Freeman

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