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All our products, including our drink mix, our gummies with melatonin and our premium Delta 9 THC edibles, are made from premium American hemp and contain less than 0.3% of THC by dry weight, making them fully compliant with the 2018 Farm Bill and legal on a federal level.
Can You Drink Weed?
Yes, you can drink weed. With the growing popularity of marijuana, infusing cannabis into drinks has become quite popular. Nowadays, you can find an array of cannabis-infused seltzers and beverages for purchase online.
However, not all THC infused cannabis beverages are legal nationwide, as many of them contain THC derived from marijuana, which is only legal in some states and illegal federally.
nama CBD drinks infused with THC are derived from hemp and contain less than 0.3% of THC by dry weight, making them legal on a federal level.
What Are the Effects of Drinking Weed?
The effects of drinking weed are similar to the effects you get with edibles. Drinks that contain a low dose of Delta 9 THC, such as our Buzz Drops, will make you feel relaxed and mildly euphoric. At a higher dosage, you may feel anxious or experience an altered perception of time, but that’s not something you have to worry about with nama CBD products.
Benefits of THC Beverages
Cannabis consumers love drinks infused with THC as they are delicious, easy to consume, and provide a slew of benefits. Some of the benefits of THC beverages include:
- They are a healthier alternative to alcohol
- They provide a quicker uptake than edibles
- They aid in pain relief and reduce stress levels
- They reduce inflammation in your body
- They are a terrific mood enhancer
- They provide a very social mode of cannabis consumption
Are THC Beverages Legal?
Though cannabis infused beverages are legal in some states, they are not legal on a federal level if they contain THC derived from marijuana.
Under the 2018 Farm Bill, cannabis consumption is only federally legal if the product in question is derived from hemp and contains less than 0.3% of THC by dry weight.
Our drinks infused with THC, as well as our other THC products, are compliant with the Farm Bill and contain hemp-derived Delta 9, making them legal on a federal level.
Where Can I Buy a Legal Delta 9 Drink?
You can buy legal THC-infused drinks right here, on our website. Our Buzz Drops THC drink contains a THC extract derived from American hemp and contains less than 0.3% of THC, making it completely legal to purchase in all US states except for Idaho.
How Much Do THC-Infused Drinks Cost?
You can find THC beverages in a wide range of price points. Single-use drinks may seem like a cheaper option, but the costs add up quickly, especially if you’re taking THC every day. Our Delta 9 THC drink drops cost $50 and contain 30 servings per bottle. That’s $1.60 per drink!
THC Drinks vs Edibles
Both drinks and edibles infused with THC have their benefits. A THC drink takes more time to prepare if you’re mixing it with sparkling beverages or making it into a cocktail, but it absorbs quicker than an edible, so you’ll feel the effects of it faster.
Edibles, such as our THC gummies, take longer to absorb (30 minutes to an hour), but are easier to consume—just pop a gummy whenever you feel like it, and you’re good to go.
Whether you choose our THC drink mix or our gummies, you’ll love the quality and experience of nama CBD Delta 9 THC products!
See our comparison of THC edibles vs drinks for a further breakdown on the two methods of Delta 9 consumption.
How to Make THC-Infused Drinks
A THC infused drink is a great nonalcoholic alternative to a glass of wine or a pint of beer. Our THC drink drops don’t have a flavor, so you can mix them in with any beverage you’d like.
For example, sparkling beverages, such as root beer, are a popular choice among our customers, and so is mixing the THC drops with a soft drink (people usually mix it with Coca-Cola to get the delicious original cola flavor).
If you’d like to go the healthier route, mix it with sparkling water and add a few slices of fruit to it. We recommend a lime, lemon, or blood orange for a citrusy flavor. Or, if you love the taste of fruit punch, opt for strawberries, blueberries, and raspberries.
Do CBD Drinks Have THC in Them?
CBD drinks can be a delicious alternative to CBD oils, which usually taste bland or outright bad. Some cannabis drinks contain both CBD and THC, but not all do. Our THC drink contains 2 milligrams of THC and 20 milligrams of cannabidiol (CBD), the perfect dosage to relax you and make you feel good without causing a high.
Do CBD Drinks Make You Tired?
CBD drinks shouldn’t make you tired, especially if they contain a low dosage of CBD. Our THC drink drops contain THC, in addition to CBD, so they are unlikely to cause drowsiness.
On the other hand, low doses of THC can certainly help you fall asleep when combined with CBD and melatonin. If you’re looking for a product to help you fall asleep, try our sleep gummies with CBD, THC, CBN, and melatonin.
Do CBD Drinks Relax You?
Yes, CBD drinks will certainly relax you. Both CBD and THC have relaxing properties and create an entourage effect when taken together, which is why we used both compounds in our drinks, as well as our edibles—such as our full spectrum CBD gummies.
Buy Premium Hemp-Derived Delta 9 Beverages Online
If you’re looking for high-quality Delta 9 beverages, you’re in the right place. Our Delta 9 THC drink mix is made from premium hemp-derived THC and doesn't contain any artificial flavorings or colorings.
All our products are tested by a third-party lab, with results available on our website. And, if you’d like to try our edibles, we offer vegan gummies with CBD that come in a variety of delicious flavors, as well as melatonin and CBD-infused gummies to help you fall asleep.
THC Beverages FAQ
Do THC beverages go bad?
Yes, many drinks with THC can go bad if they’re exposed to too much light, heat, and moisture. Single-use drinks are particularly susceptible to spoilage if you don’t drink them in one sitting. Our THC drink products are in the form of drops that you mix with a beverage. They are much more shelf-stable, especially if you keep them in a cool and dry place.
How long do THC seltzers last?
Most THC seltzers are single-use products and are meant to be consumed in one sitting. Our THC drink drops contain 30 servings, so they’ll last you a full month, even if you use them daily.
Does D8 seltzer get you high?
Most Delta 8 seltzers won’t get you high, as Delta 8 has weaker effects than Delta 9 THC. You will need to consume 25 milligrams of Delta-8 THC to get high, or even more if you’re accustomed to the effects of THC, and D8 seltzers typically contain a lower dosage. If you’d like to experience the benefits of Delta 8 without getting high, our Delta 8 THC gummies are a great place to start.
Where do I buy cannabis drinks? Online or near me?
If you live in a state where marijuana is legal, you can find cannabis infused beverages in many stores that specialize in cannabis products. However, if you reside in a state that doesn’t allow for cannabis products derived from marijuana, you can get completely legal Delta 9 drinks that use an extract derived from hemp right here, on our website.
Delta 9 gummies vs Delta 9 seltzer—Which is better?
Both Delta 9 gummies and Delta 9 seltzers have their benefits. Delta 9 seltzers are usually single-use products, meaning you’ll spend more on them over time, but they act slightly quicker than gummies.
On the other hand, Delta 9 gummies usually come in a pack that will last you for a few weeks, they’re easy to dose, but they take somewhat longer to absorb (30 minutes to an hour).
Our Delta 9 drink drops offer all the benefits of a Delta 9 seltzer, without the drawbacks:
- More affordable
- Last longer
- Less environmental waste
How does nama’s THC drink compare with those of Mad Lilly?
Mad Lilly sells spritzers and tonics that contain THC derived from marijuana, meaning they’re not legal on a federal level in the US (Keef Brands and Rebel Coast are also popular THC drink companies that use marijuana). nama THC drink drops are made from hemp and contain less than 0.3% of THC, making them federally legal and available for purchase in states where marijuana is illegal.
Single-use cannabis beverages, such as those sold by Mad Lilly and others, cost more per serving and offer fewer customization options compared to a drink mix that allows for endless personalization.
Feel free to whip up your own THC drink with blood orange in seltzer, lime in ginger ale, or any other combo you can dream up! You can add it to traditional mixed drinks, or come up with your own nonalcoholic alternative!
Will nama CBD sell my personal information?
No, nama CBD won’t sell your personal information. All information you provide when purchasing our products is completely secure and is not sold to any third-party companies.
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