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A variety of beverage producers are now even infusing THC into sodas, tea, functional drinks, and alcohol. Many of these beverages are made with extracted oil, while some producers use activated ground cannabis or tinctures. Typically, the THC content in infused beverages can range anywhere from small doses of 2.5 milligrams to as much as 100 milligrams per container.

Having been around for a decade in Colorado, cannabis bakery Love’s Oven is seen not only as top edible producer, but also as a leader in innovation. The company produces a beverage called Legal, which comes in four flavors (Rainier Cherry, Lemon Ginger, Pomegranate, Cranberry) and is an all-natural, fruit-based beverage. It was created by Mirth Provisions, a company out of Washington state, but Love’s Oven is the Colorado manufacturer of this beverage that is unique to the cannabis market.

Mirth Provisions has also introduced three lemonade flavors: Original, Blackberry, and Rainier Cherry. Each beverage is all-natural and contains 100 milligrams of THC.

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