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Bucks Fizz: Marijuana Money Entices Coca-Cola And Pepsi

CBD is all around us. It’s being sold as colorful gummies, fancy lattes, and even as hemp-derived volumizing mascara. And these products are no longer exclusive to just big marijuana brands. Major soda brands, including Coca-Cola and Pepsi, have even jumped on this growing bandwagon. According to Bloomberg, The Coca-Cola Co. consulted with Canadian licensed […]

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Two Roots Cannabis Beer, A Low-Calorie Buzz Without The Next-Day Regret? Sign Us Up!

Cannabis beer is the hot new weed-based booze bandwagon everyone is jumping on. And in this rapidly expanding market, cannabis management firm Cannabiniers is making its mark by way of an artisan beverage with a big difference. Having previously created cannabis-infused coffee and tea products, Cannabiniers’ new range of weed-infused nonalcoholic craft beers, Two Roots […]

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Beers And Buds: Will Brewers Get The Crossfade Right?

The battle of the buzz is on. As beer sales in North America continue to decline amid competition from wine, spirits and legal marijuana, brewers across the continent are seeking to fill that financial void. Some alcohol sellers — most notably beer producers — are betting on cannabis-infused drinks to help save the day and […]

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You’ve Heard Of Edibles, Now Wash Them Down With Drinkables

You might not know it, but people have been drinking cannabis for millennia. Since 2000 BCE, bhang has been a tradition at Hindu festivals like Holi, Maha Shrivratri and Janmashtami. Other recorded uses of cannabis being consumed as a beverage throughout history include its mixture with wine for patients to consume before surgery in ancient […]

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High Holidaze: 12 Days of Festive Cannabis Recipes. Day 12 — BC Sweet Tooth Kutia

Kutia is a traditional festive season wheat-berry pudding popular across Eastern Europe, particularly in the Ukraine, Belarus, Russia and Poland. It’s a Lenten dish, which means no eggs or dairy products are used in its ingredients. In the Ukraine, kutia is a prepared food that’s incorporated into various Christmas Eve rituals performed throughout the night, […]

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