Don’t feel like smoking? You can drink your THC instead.
This summer, enjoy one of the many cannabis-infused beverages The House of Cannabis offers.
CIB’s (cannabis-infused beverages) are a great alternative for people who don’t want to smoke or vape cannabis products, or for those who don’t want to get “too high” from products with higher concentrations of THC.
There are many options for consuming cannabis to fit your specific lifestyle choices. At the House of Cannabis, there are a range of different beverage formats, dosages and flavours.
Some of these include:
- Flat drinks
- Sparkling drinks
There are beverages that have high THC dosages, or ones that are CBD only. Or if you prefer, you could opt for a drink with little to no THC dosage. The House of Cannabis can tailor to everyone’s different needs.
Head over to the House of Cannabis in-store or online where you can check out many more of the beverages offered.
Beverages are often used in a social setting. Drinking a cannabis beverage is a less intense way of consuming cannabis, much like drinking a beer is a more relaxed way of consuming alcohol. CIB’s can be a replacement for people who do not drink alcohol to have a summertime cocktail with friends.
For a beginning or new user, cannabis-infused beverages are a way to introduce one to the cannabis industry. Users are expected to feel the effects of a CIB as soon as 20-30 minutes after their first few sips. Starting off with a CIB as a beginner cannabis user makes it easier to gain a feel for what you feel comfortable with as you can easily control how much or how little you ingest.
Cannabis-infused beverages are a great and subtle way to enjoy your favourite products. They taste great, and there are countless options to explore what is right for you.
The House of Cannabis’ extremely knowledgeable budtenders are happy to help anyone looking to dive into any sort of cannabis product.
Visit the House of Cannabis in store or online today. The future of cannabis could not always be, “puff, puff, pass” but might be more like, “glug, glug, glug”.