- 1 Cannabis Energy Drink
- 2 A Hemp Infused Energy Drink Review
- 3 Products Offered
- 4 Will The CANNABIS ENERGY DRINK Get You High?
- 5 Energy Drink Market
- 6 HEMP vs. Cannabis– Is this Drink False Advertisement?
- 7 Consumer Reviews
- 8 Safety
- 9 Why Drink This Over Other Energy Drinks?
- 10 What Does Hemp Seed Extract Do For You?
- 11 Does Hemp Give You Extra Energy?
- 12 Final Thoughts
- 13 APPENDIX
Cannabis Energy Drink
A Hemp Infused Energy Drink Review
Energy drinks, energy shots, for many have taken the place of coffee. They have even taken over nightlife as Red Bull and alcohol, (“Vodka”) is the drink of choice for many partiers.
So, when you want that extra energy level boost you will have plenty of options. One of these options is an energy drink made from hemp that I will evaluate.
There are other
For clarification, I will use all caps when I am mentioning this specific product and other
If You Want A CBD Energy Drink Look Somewhere Else– This is not a CBD beverage. It only contains hemp and no CBD oil. Also, at least on Amazon, I could only find CBD gummies and no drinks.
In the US,
- Flavor Options -Currently, they offer three choices, which are standard (citrus flavor), light (sugar-free), and mango-flavoring.
- Size – 8.4 fl oz, 4 Pack.
CANNABIS ENERGY DRINK Get You High?
No, it does not contain any THC. Its only
Because it will not get you high, my review will be based upon this drink working solely as an energy drink. Specifically, I will evaluate whether or not it is in fact a decent energy drink like Red Bull, Rock Star, Monster, etc., and if the
Energy Drink Market
With our fast-paced, on-the-go society people are looking for a way to boost their energy level. To many, myself included, coffee doesn’t do it anymore. As a result, energy drinks have taken the place for those who want an energy boost. This has resulted in energy drink consumption growing tremendously from 2005 to 2019.
And the dollar sales from 2011 to 2020 have also shown tremendous growth.
Cannabis Energy Drinks
Cannabis– Is this Drink False Advertisement?
First of all, as of 2018, hemp can be legally grown throughout the USA. So, depending on where you live, it crucial that you know the difference between hemp and weed.
Hemp plants are classified as having .3% or less THC. As a result, hemp seed may or may not contain trace amounts of THC. The .3% of THC in hemp is so low though that no matter how much you smoke or ingest you will not feel any psychoactive effects. So, any plant that has .4% or more THC will be classified as weed.
At first glance, with myself included, many consumers could be lead to believe that it will get you high by drinking it. However, legally it is not false advertising because hemp and weed are both considered to be
No reviews or any sources that I can find indicate that
I will though spend more time on if that added hemp is beneficial in giving the user a quick burst of energy and if the hemp plant has any other benefits.
- Ratings-Overall, they had a reasonable amount of reviews that it was above average quality.
- Taste- Many reviews note that this beverage tastes like a citrus RED BULL.
- Gets The Job Done-Many simply like the fact that it is made of natural ingredients and that it does supply ample energy.
- Nutrition-The hemp oil contains linoleic acid, which is beneficial to heart health.
- Poor Value-You can only buy a four-pack of 8.4 oz cans and each can costs well over $3.
- No CBD-For its premium price, CBD should have been included.
- Beet Sugar- They claim no added sugar and that their source of sugar is beets. However, concerning health issues, cane sugar, and beet sugar, are the same.
This drink is quite expensive. So, it needs to be asked whether or not
An energy drink could taste great, give your tons of energy; but give you a heart attack. So, the number one priority for this, and any food is that it is safe. Here this drink, assuming you drink responsibly, is as safe as any other energy drink.
Also, it does not contain a psychoactive substance, like THC. This means you should not worry about failing your drug test if you try a can.
Why Drink This Over Other Energy Drinks?
Energy drinks are designed (this is shocking, I know) to give the user a burst of energy. So, other than safety, whether or not it will get give you enough pep, increased mental focus, and alertness to start your morning needs to be addressed.
According to the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, the answer is yes as a cup of
What Does Hemp Seed Extract Do For You?
Hemp was legalized in the United States in 2018. As a result, there have been few studies concerning hemp’s nutritional qualities.
Hemp though has been found to provide the following:
● Source of Protein
● Skin Care
● Reduce Hear Disorder Risk
● Help With PMS and Menopause Symptoms
● Helps Digestion
Does Hemp Give You Extra Energy?
This drink also has taurine. Scientific studies have shown that taurine and caffeine can enhance mental performance.
There are tons of energy drinks on the market. This means that various drink companies have to differentiate themselves from the competition. Because of this,
Hemp does have numerous health benefits. Its ability to give you an energy boost though is questionable as only studies done have this have been on mice.
Based on performance alone, you’d be foolish to get your hemp dose through this drink alone, as there are far cheaper (it cost nearly three times the cost of the most popular energy drink) and better ways to ingest hemp seed than an energy drink. So, unless you love the taste, your money would be better spent elsewhere on other energy drinks or plain coffee.
Recommendation-In conclusion, this
cannabisdrink like Cannabis Absinthe (It also does not have any THC) is a cheap marketing ploy to capitalize on the current hemp and cannabisbandwagon.
Monster Energy Drinks Going Into Hemp-Infused Energy Drinks Market?
Monster Energy Drinks are the second best-selling energy drink in the US. So, to put it lightly, they are a major player in this industry. In 2019 Monster had plants to make a
This article was from 2019. I am not sure if Covid-19 affected their plans and I have not heard any news concerning if they are going forward. This does though indicate the hemp energy drink is likely not going anywhere soon and its market may be on the verge of rapid expansion.
selling energy drink in the US. So, to put it lightly, they are a major player in this industry. In 2019 Monster had plants to make a
This article was from 2019. I am not sure if Covid-19 affected their plans and I have not heard any news concerning if Monster was going forward with their plans. This does though indicate the hemp energy drink is likely not going anywhere soon and its market may be on the verge of rapid expansion.
market, which results in various companies having to differentiate themselves from the competition. Because of this,
Hemp is the only difference between
Based on performance alone, you’d be foolish to get your hemp dose through this drink alone, as there are far cheaper (it cost nearly three times the cost of the most popular energy drink) and better ways to ingest hemp seed than an energy drink. So, unless you love the taste, your money would be better spent elsewhere on other energy drinks or plain coffee. In conclusion,