Cannabis tinctures are one of the most convenient ways to consume a concentration of cannabinoids discreetly. If you put them under your tongue, they are faster-acting than edibles, which have a long journey to be metabolized by the liver. And manufacturers of tinctures are taking advantage of the micro-dosing trend to bring this discreet cannabis to consumers in new and innovative ways. Since edibles aren’t legal in many places yet, how about dosing your daily beverage with a tincture?
The combination is affectionately called the Seattle Speedball and takes an upper with a chill-maker in what some consider a perfect marriage. Use a dropper to add a few milligrams of your favourite tincture to your morning brew.
Like coffee but for those who prefer the English standard black tea or a variety of tisanes. The only thing to take note of is the fact that cannabis is fat soluble so adding a tincture (which is also an oil) will mix better with a tea diluted with milk than one made with just water.
3. Hot Cocoa
For best results use whole milk and add a few medicated marshmallows.
4. Smoothies and shakes
A total no-brainer. But the server at Jamba Juice won’t be able to add it in for you, so it’s a better idea to make your canna-smoothies at home.
5. Apple cider
A few drops added to fall cider, hot toddies, eggnog, or hot buttered rum will sweep your late fall and early winter blues away. Now we just need to figure out a seasonal drink for mid-February.
Add some calm to alkaline green juices. Better yet, add some fresh cannabis leaves to your juice material too.
7. Water with apple cider vinegar
Thirst-quenching, hydrating, good for your mood, and nourishing for your gut biome.
LaCroix seems to be a trend right now, so give it a go.
Davie is a long time cannabis professional who has worked not only as a cultivator but in all aspects of retail cannabis. From budtender, to wholesale and retail management, and from harvester to advanced hydroponic specialist, Davie has been around the block more than once. Now residing in beautiful British Columbia, Davie now works with acres of greenhouses, producing some of the best buds in the country.