We’re in an ever changing environment with cannabis. Between legalization efforts, social equity, and growing overall acceptance, we’re still seeing a lot of gray legal area. Delta 8 is one of these areas. It’s hard to say how long D8 is going to be around, and in what form. So if you’re into it, now is the time to take advantage of it. If your preferred method of ingesting cannabis is to drink it, you have options. Here are the most popular Delta 8 beverages:
So how long is Delta 8 going to be around?
It’s hard to say, due to the legal loopholes that have been in place. However, states such as Texas are taking steps essentially outlawing the cannabinoid. Expect to see other states follow suit.
So can you get these drinks everywhere?
Not everywhere, but states in which D8 is still not illegal, you can. Also, you can even order some of these online, but it depends on where you are.
What are they and what makes them so awesome?
Here are some to check out. These are the ones that get mentioned time and again.
This 12 ounce seltzer comes in mango, lime, and berry, and it’s available for shipping everywhere D8 is legal. So if Delta 8 is legal in your state, you can get this.
The dosage is drinking half a can, and waiting 30 minutes. You start to feel effects in under 15, but may take up to 45 minutes to an hour. Each can contains 5 calories, and 20mg of Delta 8. It costs around $25 for a 4 pack, plus shipping. Learn more here.
Delta 8 Living Lemonades
Are you into lemonade? This comes in mango, pink, and Arnie (a nod to the Arnold Palmer) flavors. Each 16.9 oz container contains a whopping 100 mg of Delta-8 THC. But this makes for almost 10 servings. You’re supposed to drink one serving, and wait up to an hour to consume more. Get the details here.
This Houston area 10mg Delta 8 herbal seltzer is a collaboration between the Bayou City Hemp Company and The 8th Wonder Brewery. No, you can’t get it online, only at the brewery. But what’s interesting about this popular beverage is now that the State of Texas now says Delta 8 is illegal, what happens to this? Who knows how long Wonder Water will be around? So if you’re interested, now is the time to get ahold of some, or have a friend in the area get it for you.
Regardless as to what happens with Delta 8, something will take its place, as new cannabinoids are being discovered constantly. We’re already hearing about Delta 10, THC-O, Delta 12, and more. The Delta 9 THC alternatives are not going away any time soon. We’re just going to see more and more of them.