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Sprig Is Weed Soda That Tastes Good

Sprig Is Weed Soda That Tastes Good

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Sprig Is Weed Soda That Tastes Good

It’s 2017. So it’s no surprise that there is now a THC-infused soda on the market. Sprig is advertised as “a delicious sparkling drink infused with with our premium THC extract.” Specifically, it is infused with 45mg of premium California-grown cannabis. Get yours today.

Citrusy Sprig Goodness

Sprig Is Weed Soda That Tastes Good
As probably expected, the flavor choice for Sprig is citrus. It just goes so well with cannabis that there couldn’t be any other choice. Sprig does make a point in their advertising to emphasize that while the beverage is citrus-flavored, there is none of that ‘earthy’ taste. Clearly advertising against traditional strain characteristics, Sprig definitely seems to be narrowing their gaze to the less pot-savvy audiences of America.

Full of the Good Stuff

Sprig Is Weed Soda That Tastes Good

As mentioned, this soda contains 45mg of THC oil. To compare, every 1 gram of cannabis has 1,000mg of dry weight. That means that if a strain has about 10% THC, and 10% of 1,000mg is 100mg, then that figures that Sprig contains roughly the same amount of THC as half a gram of weed. While that may not seem like much, the method of consumption is so much easier! Not only that, but it’s inconspicuous and able to be conducted wherever you want.

In addition to the 45mg of THC oil, Sprig uses natural citrus flavors and a small amount of cane sugar. So not only can this soda get you high, but they pride themselves in shying away from artificial sweeteners! What’s not to like?

Disclaimer

Sprig Is Weed Soda That Tastes Good

It can be found at the bottom of Sprig’s official page that it conveniently points out that 45mg of THC should be a comfortable level for inexperienced users. This company really covers all its bases and does a good job of appealing to everyone. It even goes on to recommend that first-time/infrequent users should split a can with a friend as a better way to gauge how it affects.

It is also important to note the official page lets users know that the effects take roughly 30-45 minutes to kick in, so be sure to plan accordingly. And enjoy your next fizzy beverage with a kick!

Eric Griffin

Eric Griffin is an LA-based writer and artist. His work has been featured in the Huffington Post and past catalogs for the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards.

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