THC Drinks by Category

Why Did We Create Our THC Drinks?

With a mission to change the way we look at “having a drink with friends,” Keef Brands founder Erik Knutson began experimenting with drinkable cannabis. Because who wouldn’t want to celebrate special occasions with THC instead of alcohol?

It’s all about giving people the option to be social, have fun, and enjoy life’s moments without the hangover — or the extra calories, for that matter!

Whether it’s your brother’s second wedding or your great aunt Isabelle’s 90th birthday, THC beverages mark every occasion with that happy buzz you can only get from cannabis, but without the smelliness of smoking. Just pure refreshment combined with an overall pleasurable experience.

Frequently Asked Questions About THC Drinks

A THC beverage is a cannabis-infused drink that is often referred to as “drinkables” or “liquid edibles.” The drinks have been formulated with the psychoactive ingredient THC and are intended to give you a high, while CBD-infused drinks are meant to help you feel relaxed, but not intoxicated.

Keef Brands THC drinks were created with the intention of enjoying life’s celebratory moments without the pain and regret of drinking alcohol all day or night. But just like alcohol, you shouldn’t over-consume THC-infused drinks.

Because THC beverages must go through your digestive system to take effect, you won’t feel the effects of the cannabis as quickly as you would while smoking or vaping — but the effects will likely last longer.

There’s no way to know for sure how long it will take to notice the effects of THC, but weight, metabolism, eating habits, gender, and experience with THC are all contributors.

Generally speaking, a THC beverage should take about 30 to 90 minutes to kick in and what makes them a great alternative to vaping or smoking is how low-key they are. No stink, no vapors, just a cold refreshing beverage that will likely go unnoticed by those around you.

The main benefit to consuming Keef Brands THC beverages is the happy, joyful high you’ll feel! Our products are designed to help you celebrate life without the damaging effects of alcohol.

More research is needed, but there are some schools of thought and studies to show that cannabis is effective in reducing pain and has been used to treat nausea in patients undergoing chemotherapy.

Keef Brands THC beverages are not intended for medical use, but the cannabis inside may help produce some of these effects.

THC beverages are fairly new to the market, so specific side effects are unknown, but there is plenty of research regarding the side effects of THC in general.

Consuming THC over an extended period of time may result in some form of psychological or physical dependence. However, the risk of overdosing on cannabis is very low.

THC beverages should be used responsibly and not combined with alcohol. It’s also not advisable to engage in recreational activities such as biking, skiing, swimming, etc. when consuming THC beverages and you should never drive under the influence of THC.

Dosing is the key to controlling the side effects of THC. Someone new to using THC should not take too much at one time.

There is no recommended dose when it comes to THC beverages, but each state will have laws that designate how many milligrams of THC are allowed in any given beverage.

THC beverages affect everyone differently, so it’s always best to take the “start low, go slow” approach to trying a THC beverage for the first time. Drinking too much at once might make you feel sick or cause an extreme psychoactive effect.

The general rule of thumb is for beginners to consume no more than 1-2.5mg, social users to consume no more than 10mg, and experienced users to consume no more than 30mg.

Where Can I Buy a Keef THC Drink?

Keef Brands THC beverages can be purchased through thousands of licensed dispensaries and delivery services in these ten states:

Keef Brands THC beverages are also available in Puerto Rico and Canada. Click here to find a store near you.

The content in this blog should not be used in place of direct medical advice/treatment and is solely for informational purposes.