$80 – $350
THC/Alcohol Brandy is made from Courvoisier brandy (40 proof) and high grade cannabis all combined together in a 30 day process that make a great tincture with a variety of uses.
THC/Alcohol Brandy is made from Courvoisier brandy (40 proof) and high grade cannabis all combined together in a 30 day process that make a great tincture with a variety of uses. It can be taken as a sublingual, dropped or sprayed under the tongue, or placed in food/drink. If you have never tried tincture before, please proceed with caution and responsibility, as this contains a high concentration of THC and alcohol. Try 1 or 2 drops or sprays to start, until you know your tolerance. If the taste puts you off, add 1 or 2 drops or sprays to a half glass of water to mask the taste. This can be stored at room temperature or the fridge, it has a long shelf life of about 1 year.
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Cannabis-infused alcohol is not tincture, although tincture is a way of extracting the components of cannabis into alcohol. Cannabis-infused alcohol is more like a cannabis vodka, for example. Cannabis-infused alcohol is finally a way to end having to juggle your joint in one hand and your drink in the other. So, then, cannabis-infused alcohol is in fact a way to get high and drunk at the same time — safely!
Consuming cannabis and alcohol at the same time doesn’t come without its risks, so it’s recommended you attempt this with caution. At just the right amounts, cannabis and alcohol can create quite a pleasant sensation together. However, it’s important not to overdo either one when mixing the two. So this is a guide on how you can enjoy alcohol and cannabis together in one very potent drink.
The risks associated with mixing cannabis and alcohol
Mixing weed and alcohol is usually known as cross fading, although this is usually describing the act of using alcohol and marijuana separately, rather than infused into one drink. This does not come without its risks, so before you go making your own cannabis-infused vodka, consider a way to consume this safely so that you can have a good experience.
The scientific effects of mixing alcohol and cannabis are generally unknown, and most of the information we have comes from observation. Drinking and consuming marijuana in large amounts can cause greening out, which almost everyone who has used marijuana is familiar with. In any case, it’s not a nice experience to be white, sweaty, and vomiting.
It is also observed that using the two together can actually amplify the effects of the other. That means you can get much higher and drunker much faster by using the two at the same time. This is especially true because of the effect alcohol has on the blood. This can mean the body absorbs THC much faster, and this can also cause an anxious reaction.
It is also important to point out that cannabis is often used as a means of combating nausea. That is because it contains agents that make it difficult for the body to vomit. However, the body’s natural reaction towards alcohol poisoning is vomiting it out, and so having the two in conflict could potentially be dangerous in a situation where the person has consumed too much alcohol.
With all of this considered, this can be a very pleasant experience. The trick is in taking it slowly. It can be very easy to get carried away with wanting to have a drink in your hand the whole night, but if every single one is infused with weed it could end in disaster. So take it one glass at a time, and beware because it can take a little bit of time for both the alcohol and the THC to take effect in the body.
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