Like a corndog or a Doritos Locos taco, a pod of Brewbudz illustrates that two great things become better when combined. Here, cannabis meets caffeine: Each compostable pod of coffee is laced with THC, giving the sipper a single brew of a liquid edible. Brewbudz is the latest in the Keurig-ifcation of marijuana, but even science can’t predict what its effects will be.
On its website, the San Diego-based company emphasizes the medical benefits of THC-infused coffee, which, with the recent legalization of marijuana in California, has the potential to become a cafe mainstay. Branded as “a new standard in cannabis infused edibles,” the pods are made from a patented process in which THC is infused into water. This is different from other edibles that rely on THC’s solubility in oil. [Read more at Inverse]
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