In the past, getting high was limited to the familiar seven-pointed plant known as cannabis. This powerful plant has been criticized as a dangerous “starter drug” and has many unflattering names such as “chronic” and “drug.” However, there has been a marked change in how the world views cannabis use. Thirty-eight states have legalized medicinal marijuana, and half of them also allow recreational marijuana use. One such form of recreational marijuana is a unique one that is growing in popularity at an alarming rate: drinkable THC! Today’s product review features Blaze’s unique THC drink called Orange Cream Pie Cannabis Soda. If you’re ready to burst the bubbles and indulge in delicious euphoria, you’re in for a delicious cannabis soda today!

The real definition of marijuana

The definition of marijuana is often confused by a myriad of terms. Marijuana and cannabis are often used interchangeably, and cannabis is considered a completely different plant that does not excite users at all. The real truth is that marijuana is the mother plant. Hemp and hemp are the same ingredients, but only differ in their total THC content. Cannabis is defined as having a THC content of 0.3% or less, while marijuana has a THC content well above 0.3% and is known for its debilitating effects.

Cannabinoids are compounds found in marijuana or the marijuana plant. When cannabinoids come from federally legal hemp, they are considered legal under the 2018 Farm Bill. However, if the cannabinoids are derived from cannabis, they are classified as illegal by the same act. While it may seem silly to have such a limit, it all boils down to what lawmakers see fit. To use this cannabis-infused beverage, you must confirm that marijuana and marijuana are legal for recreational consumption in your state. Now let’s talk about what exactly drinkable THC is and how it differs from traditional forms of marijuana.

Drinkable THC: What is it?

When it comes to smoking marijuana, you probably think of either smoking “clippy” or eating gummies. However, there’s a new way to eat food, and it’s becoming one of the most popular: drinkable THC! For THC-infused beverages, the beverage itself is often flavored to help mask the taste of marijuana while offering shockingly fast reaction times. These THC drinks are soda, lemonade, sparkling water… the list goes on to include any non-alcoholic beverage. Since eating weed must be digested before the effects can begin, it may take quite a while for you to start feeling high. Drinkable THC helps speed up this process, as the digestive system can process the liquid faster. Fair warning…be careful not to drink too much at once! Most manufacturers will list the recommended dose on the bottle, but it is strongly recommended to start with a small dose. Once you better understand how your body responds to a certain amount of THC, you can adjust the dose to better meet your needs. Sitting too much at once can lead to increased paranoia and anxiety, extreme sleepiness, uncomfortable dry mouth, and more. If you’re not sure where to start, try a small 5 mg serving and go from there. Now that we’ve discussed the benefits of drinkable THC, it’s time to check out the star of today’s show: Blaze’s Orange CreamPie Cannabis Soda!

The Blaze (Forever Green Herbal) brand

The Blaze Cannabis Soda brand is actually a sub-brand of the Forever/Ever Green Herbal brand. Although the parent brand is not listed anywhere on the product packaging, a simple browser search brought me to the company website in seconds. I was blown away by the beautifully presented products on the site, and even more amazed by the precise categories in which the products were listed: product type, brand name, and even dietary preferences. Since the product I’m going to review is drinkable, I clicked on the “Beverages” tab and was redirected to all of their drinkable cannabis. I chose the Blaze brand and was able to view all eight cannabis-infused sodas. Since these drinks contain real marijuana, they are only available at retail stores in Washington state. That’s why you won’t find any pricing or purchasing options on the site. If you’re lucky enough to live in the Evergreen State, I encourage you to check out these eight flavors.

Even if you don’t choose to buy any Ever Green Herbal products, there are quite a few brands that offer many tempting products for you to check out. Size options, full ingredient list, nutritional information and potency levels are all conveniently listed for you to browse. I especially appreciate consumer advice, as this information is not always available. Now that I’ve tempted your taste buds with everything Ever Green Herbal has to offer, it’s time to check out the first product I’ll be reviewing from this Washington brand. let us begin!

Orange CreamPie Cannabis Soda Product Review

My initial reaction to the name Orange CreamPie Soda was a bit confusing. Will it taste like a citrus dessert or more like a creamy citrus ice cream? There is only one way to find out! I unscrew the white cap and hold the bottle up to my nose. I was immediately drawn to the deliciously smooth scent of fresh oranges and creamy vanilla. After inhaling the mouth-watering aroma, I carefully pour the drink into the waiting glass. The serving size says a whole bottle, but the whole bottle fills a little more than half of my glass. I noticed that the carbonation is very light and has the same foam as regular orange soda. I tentatively raised the glass to my lips and took my first sip.
My taste buds are filled with sweet orange and soft vanilla cream. If I drank soda blindfolded and didn’t know the flavor, I would immediately associate the flavor with orange cream ice cream. It was refreshing on my taste buds and delicious on my taste buds. There is no lingering taste of marijuana, nor is there any perceptible marijuana taste when consumed. Since the flavor was so good, I rubbed the entire cup in five minutes. While I did feel a thin coating on my teeth and tongue, it was quickly washed away by a gulp of water. I took the time and settled in and waited for the effect.

Effect!

After thirty minutes, I started to notice results. My eyelids started to feel heavy and I noticed my mouth started to feel a little dry. I started to feel a slight mental fog which is usually my sign that an orgasm is on. After about 45 minutes, the highs started to intensify, and that’s when I felt the highs had reached their full potential. I experienced deep relaxation and soothing drowsiness. It was like a warm weighted blanket was covering my entire body. I feel comfortable and relaxed, and am content to sit on the sofa.

I experienced a wonderful tingling sensation in my face, stomach and hands and enjoyed an enhanced touch. My eyelids started to sag and felt heavier every minute. My sense of humour has multiplied, and I find myself amused easily, with frequent bursts of giggles. Time seemed to slow down, and I became noticeably more lethargic as the orgasm progressed. I experienced moderate dry mouth and cravings for sweets. My snacks are happy with what I eat and the water tastes delicious on my dry palate.

About two hours later, I happened to look in the mirror and noticed that the whites of my eyes had turned red, a common side effect of marijuana, but still a little unexpected because I didn’t expect it. I felt mild dizziness and a strong sense of couch lock, although I was able to crawl into the bed before fully falling asleep. I woke up the next morning with no lingering effects and no disorientation, which has always worried me. I was able to start the day without battling any mental fog or waiting for the highs of the previous night to finally fade away.

Product packaging

Blaze’s Orange CreamPie cannabis soda comes in a glass bottle completely covered with a large, brightly colored plastic packaging label. The whole design has a very playful feel to it, like something you grab from the freezer on a carnival hot day. The bottom of the bottle is marked with the total THC content (10 mg) and the age limit (21+). Although this drink contains no juice, it is made with pure cane sugar for a more authentic taste. The right side of the bottle contains the full Nutrition Facts label along with a detailed ingredient list. Just above this label is a second label with the batch number, production date and QR code on it. Out of curiosity, I scanned the QR code just to have a number pop up on my phone screen. The QR code appears to be for internal use as the numbers pop up on my phone are the same as the barcode. I expected the QR code to show the company website or lab test results, but I was wrong.

However, the left side of the label is very interesting. There is a clear slash on the side of the label and a visible marking on the side showing how many milligrams of THC are left in the bottle. Next to these marks are required disclaimers and warnings and consumer advice. After examining the label thoroughly, I realized something about the bottle itself. The bottom of the glass is actually upside down, not flat! I find this a bit deceiving as it makes the bottle look much bigger than it actually is. I was amazed that the contents of the bottle only took up about half of my glass and now I see why! Since the bottle is only 6.3 ounces, I can only assume this was designed to make the bottle look more similar to the size and shape of other adult beverages sold in 8- to 12-ounce glass bottles. Other than that, the bottle is well designed and very informative. It’s clear that a lot of thought and effort went into the creation of both the bottle and the label.

in conclusion

Despite only consuming 10 mg of THC, I was impressed with how powerful the excitement was. For cannabis-infused sodas, everything is impressive in terms of taste, efficacy, and longevity. Even though the soda uses real hemp, the orange cream flavor effectively masks any bitterness I was expecting. In fact, the taste is so authentic that I almost forgot it was a cannabis-infused drink! The effect is very quick, long lasting and very pleasant. My only complaint is that the soda is only available in Washington state, which is certainly not a problem for current residents. I’m really looking forward to trying more products from the Forever Green Herbal/Blaze range.

For those looking to unwind, keep a beer in the fridge and drink yourself a refreshing cannabis soda, like Blaze’s Orange CreamPie Cannabis Soda! In my next review, I’m going back to the beloved Delta-8 THC cannabinoid with Green Apple Fudge from Kush Burst! Like the Treetop Hemp Co. Peach Gummies I reviewed in a previous post, these Gummies contain a powerful 50 mg of Delta-8 THC per gummie. If you’re looking for incredible highs from federally legal cannabinoids in a soft, chewy sweet treat, this is one review you don’t want to miss. Check back soon for this and other in-depth reviews of National Cannabinoids. I look forward to seeing you there!