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Six Beverages You Don’t Want to Miss While High


Weed makes you thirsty? Say no more – drink! There are six drinks you want to try upon enjoying your favorite cannabis product:



Water is life. No matter still or sparkling, a cold glass of water is a bulletproof method to combat dry mouth. Summer is coming soon, so stay hydrated!

Chocolate Milk

chocolate milk

Chocolate milk is a favorite beverage of kids around the world. But stoners like it too – because it is a damn good way to get some calorie-charged liquid to treat your dry throat. Pair it with cookie-flavored strains and enjoy. In the end, we are all #childrenatheart.



Love it, brew it, drink it. Whether ice or hot, tea is an excellent way to hydrate during a sesh. The brewing itself is a meditative process, so you definitely want to try it while high.

Exotic Fruit Juice


Need some energy boost after a great sesh? Tropical juice is an excellent choice. There is nothing better like a glass of fresh squeezed pineapple juice. Pair it with a fruit-flavored strain and party hard!



Bubbly sodas are hugely popular around the world and especially among cannabis enthusiasts. Connoisseurs like to mix a good joint with classics like Pepsi, Mountain Dew, or old school FayGo. Why not try it today?


milkshake or smoothie

Ice cream! Milk! Chocolate! If you are a huge fan of milkshakes, give it a try. Pair it with a cannabis-infused cookie and enjoy. Or, if you are more a smoothie lover, mix fresh fruits with juice or whatever you prefer to satisfy your sweet tooth.

Don’t be afraid to experiment with your sesh! The more you try, the more you get. Remember: adventurous people invented edibles, dabs, and topicals. Maybe, you are on the verge of something equally great?

(Sweedsy in no way encourages illegal activity and would like to remind its readers that marijuana usage continues to be an offense under Federal Law, regardless of state marijuana laws. To learn more, click here.)


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