A new cannabis-infused beer has come to fruition and has been recently approved for sale. This new brand has the creative name of General Washington's Secret Stash. This IPA created in Aurora, Colorado by two brothers, Mason and Thomas Hembree under their brand Dad and Dudes Breweria has recently received approval from the Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau. This new brew measuring 6.5% alcohol contains 500 milligrams of cannabinoids and abut 4 mg per pint but absolutely no THC.
CBD is a widely used treatment for a range of medical disorders including seizures, depression, epilepsy, diabetes, and schizophrenia, to name a few. Generally, people consume it in the form of oil.
However, CBD-infused edibles are gaining popularity. Consumers enjoy gummies because of their delicious taste, chewy texture, and range of available variants.
Below, we have compiled a list of benefits that CBD edibles have:
CBD Honey Sticks are a pleasant and delicious way to get your CBD. Honey is called the “Nectar Of The Gods.” It has been known for centuries as a superfood. It contains powerful antioxidants, helps pollen allergies, is packed with quickly available energy, is a great antibiotic, a natural cough syrup, and much more. So, how does one improve on such a superfood? By adding CBD, of course.
One of the newest innovations in CBD consumption is, on first impression, one of the simplest possible, but actually takes a surprising amount of science. This is CBD water, bottled drinking water with CBD added to it, and it is sold by a few companies, most of which have popped on the scene within the last year. These brands include CBD Living Water, CBD Fusion Water, Hemp Springs, Canna Nano Water, Nano H2O Hemp Infused Water, and Hemp Rain. They are mostly available online.
Over at AskCBD we just covered a new IPA beer infused with CBD honey, which its brewer, Long Tree Brewing Company, called 'Vermont's First CBD-Infused IPA.' The combination of CBD and beer is a new product category seeing lots of innovation within the cannabis/marijuana and CBD markets, and in microbreweries across the country.