If you live in a state that has yet to legalize marijuana, and so cannot enjoy drinks such as “weed soda” that are all the rage currently, do not fret: There is a legal alternative to cannabis-infused drinks.
The legal alternative comes in the form of HD9 beverages, which offer a THC high that is comparable to those found in other THC-infused beverages.
However, CBD does not get you high, which is what some people are looking for in a cannabis product. CBD certainly does have its own benefits, however, from aiding with sleep problems to pain relief. In fact, you can even give CBD to your dog, if your dog suffers from anxiety.
What is HD9?
Marijuana and hemp are both cannabis, and Delta 9 THC naturally occurs in both of them.
Hemp is a variety of the cannabis plant. Hemp is federally legal because it contains 0.3% or less THC (the compound in marijuana products that is responsible for getting people high).
Marijuana, on the other hand, is simply those varieties of cannabis that contain more than 0.3% THC.
Products containing that amount of THC can still produce psychoactive effects. Since it is the amount of THC, rather than its effects, that are regulated, this makes it possible to create products, such as Delta 8 or Delta 9 products, that can still get people high in states where marijuana is not legal.
To learn more about the varieties of cannabis plants and our products, check out our informational page on our website.
Why HD9 Beverages are Growing in Popularity
For one, there is simply a lot to love when it comes to enjoying the many potential different flavors to enjoy.
The perks do not just stop at flavor, either, as beverages typically have faster THC-absorption than edibles.
CBD, Delta 8, and Delta 9 Products Available at Bourbon Country Cannabis
Whether you are looking for a marijuana-alternative high or soothing, non-psychoactive relief in the form of CBD, we have got you covered at Hectares.com and Bourbon Country Cannabis.
For more information about the varieties of cannabis products that we offer, and what is going on in the cannabis industry in general, then check out the blogs at the Ask Hectare’s section at the bottom of our Learn page.
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