A Pink Lemonade THC Drink to Die For

Aug 28, 2023The nama Team

There's no better way to beat the heat than with a tall, icy glass of pink lemonade. But why settle for a boring non-alcoholic version when you can infuse that zesty flavor with a splash of liquid THC?

A Pink Lemonade THC Drink to Die For

Pink Lemonade With a Buzz

Refreshing and euphoric, this Pink Lemonade THC Drink is perfect for relaxing on a hot summer day or any other day when you feel stressed out. 

Here’s what you’ll need to make this divine lemonade drink:

  • 1 ounce fresh squeezed lime juice
  • 1 ounce cranberry juice
  • 2 ounces lemonade (or watered down lemon juice)
  • 1 dropper full Buzz Drops (2 mg THC)
  • Ice
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  1. Make the pink lemonade base. Squeeze fresh lemons and mix the juice with a bit of water and a touch of sugar or honey to taste. (You can also use store-bought lemonade, no one’s judging.)
  2. Add the lemonade, cranberry juice, and lime juice to a pitcher. Stir to combine. Adjust sweetness or tartness as needed.
  3. Add a full dropper of our Buzz Drops THC. You can use half for even milder effects. Stir vigorously for 30 seconds to fully incorporate.
  4. Let mixture infuse in the fridge for 1–2 hours so the flavors can really get to know each other.
  5. Fill a tall glass with ice cubes. Pour in the cannabis lemonade mixture.
  6. Garnish with sliced berries, mint, or a lemon wedge. Serve immediately.

For more fun ways to incorporate our Buzz Drops into your favorite drinks, check out these creative buzztail recipes that take drinking cannabis to the next level.

Extra Tips for Enjoyment

Our Pink Lemonade THC drink may be super simple to whip up, but it packs a punch of flavor and euphoria that will wow your guests. Here are a few more tips and tricks for maximizing enjoyment and creating an unforgettable cannabis-infused drink:

  • Use 100% fruit juice for maximum flavor. 
  • For those who like some chew in their drinks, instead of using cranberry or strawberry juice, mash fresh fruit and throw it in the mix. 
  • Feel free to play with different flavor combinations. Try blending in other fruit juices like orange, grapefruit, or pineapple for a tropical twist. 
  • Add some fizz. Stir in a splash of club soda or ginger ale for a fun, foamy texture. 
  • Rim the glasses with sugar for a sweet contrast. You can also rim with colored sugar or candy sprinkles for a festive look.

This bombshell drink wouldn’t be complete without our liquid THC drops. Our unflavored drops can turn major drinks like sparkling water, juice, or lemonade into heavenly cannabis beverages. 

If you’re a cannabis beginner, instead of a full dropper, add half and see how you feel. You can always increase the dosage once you feel comfortable with the effects of Delta 9 THC

This sweet and tangy chilled buzztail offers the perfect balance of feel-good buzz and refreshment. Keep reading to learn how to make this drink, along with tips for dosing and savoring each sip. 

With the right mix of lemon, sweetener, and our unflavored cannabis drops, you'll have a beverage that's pretty in pink and utterly euphoric.

What Is Pink Lemonade?

Pink lemonade is a popular beverage known for its sweet and tangy flavor and its distinct pink color. It is a variation of traditional lemonade, but it includes an ingredient that gives it the characteristic pink hue, typically strawberry, raspberry, or cranberry juice. 

This sweet and tart flavor profile of pink lemonade makes it the perfect base for a refreshing cannabis mocktail. A splash of our Buzz Drops can transform this refreshing beverage into a delightfully euphoric and relaxing lemonade drink. Just a few drops mixed into a glass of ice-cold pink lemonade is all you need to kick back and unwind with a mellow buzz. 

If straight-up mocktails aren't your thing but you still crave the sweet tang of a lemonade drink with a kick of THC, our Euphoria Pink Lemonade gummies are the perfect solution.

These delectable edibles capture all the bright, fruit-forward flavor of pink lemonade in a bite-sized gummy. The low THC amount—10 milligrams of hemp-derived Delta 9 THC per gummy—delivers a mild euphoric buzz, perfect for gently unwinding anytime.

Or you can mix and match. Sip on a glass of our THC-infused pink lemonade drink when you want refreshment with a quick cannabis lift. When you want longer-lasting effects, pop a few of the irresistible gummies. 

THC drinks and edibles are both amazing ways to microdose cannabis. The good news is that you don't have to limit yourself to just one.

What Is a THC Drink?

THC drinks, or cannabis-infused beverages, are liquid products that contain small amounts of Delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (Delta 9 THC). They offer the effects of THC in liquid form, allowing for convenient consumption and precise dosing.

That’s one huge advantage of cannabis-infused drinks: you always know the exact amount of Delta 9, cannabidiol (CBD), and other cannabis compounds you’re consuming. This makes THC drinks perfect for microdosing. 

New to microdosing? Check out our guide to the practice of taking small amounts of Delta 9

Apart from delicious cannabis drinks, our second favorite way to microdose THC is with our low-dose edibles. Our THC gummies offer a safe and precise way of ingesting small, controlled doses of Delta 9 and CBD without experiencing the overwhelming side effects that come with taking too much. 

THC can have psychoactive properties, but only when taken in higher amounts. Our low-dose edibles and drinks contain carefully measured, precision-balanced ratios of THC and CBD, which allow you to reap the therapeutic benefits of cannabis without the intense "high." 

If you’re a beginner in the world of microdosing, start with our Sleep Plus gummies. They contain only 2 mg of THC and 25 mg of CBD for a mild, relaxing effect perfect for easing into dreamland. Take one 30 minutes before bedtime and let the gentle cannabis synergy lull you into a deep, restorative sleep.

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How Long Do THC Drinks Take to Kick In?

THC drinks offer faster effects than edibles because of the way they're absorbed. They’re not ingested like gummies and enter the bloodstream directly through the soft tissues in the mouth and throat. The effects of a THC beverage will kick in within 10–20 minutes of sipping

How Long Do THC Drinks Last?

The THC and CBD from the cannabis beverage get absorbed into the bloodstream rather quickly after consumption. Since they’re not fully digested, drinkable THC typically has a shorter duration of effects compared to gummies. The THC from the beverage enters your bloodstream directly through the soft tissues in your mouth, bypassing the slow digestive process.

From there, the cannabinoids interact with our endocannabinoid system (ECS) to produce their effects. The ECS is a complex network of signals and receptors that interact with compounds from the cannabis plant. It helps regulate important physiological processes in the body like sleep, appetite, pain perception, memory, and inflammation. 

Once the effects of THC beverages kick in, they can stick around for about 2 to 6 hours. This can also depend on a few factors, like:

  • THC concentration in the drink 
  • Serving size 
  • Your stomach's content
  • Your metabolism 
  • Your tolerance to cannabis

Did we mention that our THC drops also contain cannabidiol? Cannabidiol, or CBD, is another major cannabis compound that offers a plethora of therapeutic and medicinal benefits. Combining microdoses of THC and CBD creates an entourage effect, working together to provide both a mental and physical boost.

Our THC Buzz Drops are a great example of a full spectrum CBD product where all the components work synergistically to amplify the effects. Experience the advantages of full spectrum CBD, including the balanced euphoria from THC combined with the anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving properties of CBD. 

Is It Legal to Drink THC?

Delta 9 THC is legal on a federal level, provided the products containing it are compliant with the 2018 Farm Bill. For Farm Bill compliance, a product must meet the following criteria:

1. The Delta 9 THC must be derived from the hemp plant, not marijuana. (Find out what makes hemp different from marijuana.)

2. The THC product cannot contain more than 0.3% of Delta 9 THC by dry weight.

By following the Farm Bill’s criteria, we made our cannabis-infused drinks legal at the federal level across the US. 

However, not all states have adopted these criteria into their own legislation. Here’s a complete list of US states in which Delta 9 THC can be legally purchased

Our strawberry-infused Euphoria gummies have quickly become a customer favorite for their ability to provide a mild and flavorful cannabis experience. These edibles offer a tasty way to enjoy the uplifting effects of a low THC dose (only 10 mg per gummy).

Benefits of Microdosing Cannabis With THC Drinks

The combination of THC and CBD—as found in our liquid Buzz Drops—seems to give the best results in treating many medical conditions. Here’s why microdosing with low-dose THC drinks is the best thing you can do for your health:

If you’d like to try microdosing, our unflavored Buzz Drops are a good way to start. If you prefer texture and an explosion of flavors, order our Relax Plus gummies. With 25 mg of CBD and only 5 mg of Delta 9, you can actually feel tension leaving your body.

Pink Lemonade FAQ

Aside from being a refreshing drink, Pink Lemonade is the name of a well-known sativa-dominant hybrid cannabis strain. It is a cross between the potent Lemon Skunk and calming Purple Kush strains, combining citrusy and tangy flavors with euphoric effects that stimulate both mind and body. The uplifted mood and mental stimulation from Pink Lemonade make it great for creative projects or social gatherings.

Pink Lemonade is the name of a cannabis strain, not a vape product. If you add a splash of THC Buzz Drops to a regular pink lemonade, you get a refreshing and invigorating cannabis-infused drink. The microdose of THC (only 2 mg per full dropper) induces a gentle cerebral high and a whole lot of relaxation. 

The effects of THC drinks are different for different people. They also depend on factors such as the THC concentration, method of cannabis consumption, and dosage. 

Common effects include euphoria, relaxation, altered perception of time and space, heightened sensory experiences, increased appetite, and changes in mood. Some individuals may also experience temporary impairments in cognitive function and motor skills. 

To avoid any negative effects, consume THC drinks responsibly. Start low and slowly increase the dosage. Moderation is key.

THC syrup is typically ingested orally. It can be consumed on its own or incorporated into other beverages or foods. The recommended dosage and instructions for use typically depend on the type of product, so it's important to carefully read the packaging and follow the manufacturer's guidelines. Start low and go slow, gradually increasing the dosage if needed.

Rare side effects of THC may include dizziness, increased anxiety, or paranoia in individuals who are sensitive to cannabis compounds or have taken an excessive dose. We recommend starting with a low dose and working your way up until you find the right one that makes you reap the benefits. 

For new cannabis users, a 100mg THC beverage may be too potent. People with no THC tolerance who drink 100mg of THC beverages at once could experience some intense effects, including:

  • A very strong, intoxicating high that can cause disorientation, confusion, dizziness, and impaired coordination.
  • Significant changes in perception, an altered sense of time, a rapid heart rate, a dry mouth, and reddened eyes.
  • Philosophical insights and mental wandering.
  • If you drink 100mg of THC, you may experience sedative effects like fatigue, lethargy, and eventually sleep. The heavy eyes and 'couchlock' feeling may persist for 4–6 hours.

However, the benefit of a 100mg THC drink is the ability to control serving sizes. A low 10mg dose may provide pleasant euphoria without overwhelming intoxication for new users. Those with higher tolerances can consume 20–30mg or more at once. Proper microdosing involves finding your ideal THC sweet spot.

Our Buzz Drops are designed to hit the sweet spot every time. We only use natural ingredients and fruit juices to create our line of major drinks infused with precision for mild euphoric effects and utter relaxation.

Join our referral program today, and you'll get early access to low-dose THC and CBD drinks and edibles before they hit our online shop. Our referral program lets you earn rewards like discounts, free gifts, and exclusive THC products when you get your friends to try our line of cannabis drinks.

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