The effects of beverages are mild and set in more than conventional edibles quickly because of sublingual absorption
It wasn’t that long ago that cannabis beverages were disgusting. They literally tasted like drinking weed. The texture was especially unpleasant. Because of this, I avoided them. I noticed that there were more varieties of cannabis beverages showing up on the shelves of the dispensary, but I ignored them. While I am open to most consumption methods, I prefer edibles. It is extremely easy to determine accurate dosing of edibles. The packages are clearly labeled, letting me know exactly how much THC I’m ingesting per gummy or cookie. I also have the ability to eat only half of a brownie. There is no need for any extra equipment such as a grinder, pipe, ashtray or banger. Eating a cannabis-infused peanut butter cup doesn’t create any mess, odors or smoke. They are discrete and tasty. Through some experimentation, I’ve learned my tolerance level for THC edibles. I know that the effects take quite a while to be fully realized, and I appreciate the intensity and longevity of the effects. The budtender at the dispensary recommended that I give beverages another try. He assured me that improvements had been made to the taste and texture. When I finally gave in and purchased a cannabis cola, I was really impressed with it. Major improvements have been made in the production of cannabis drinks. There are now root beers, lemonades, iced teas, tonics, mocktails and cannabeers on the market. They are a far superior alternative to consuming alcohol. The effects of beverages are mild and set in more than conventional edibles quickly because of sublingual absorption. Cannabis beverages have very few calories and there is little risk of a hangover.