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10 CBD Drinks You Have to Try This Summer

CBD has exploded in popularity over the past few years, with research showing how it can help improve health and wellness for everything from pain, anxiety, sleep, acne, and epilepsy to cancer symptoms.

In terms of popular demand, the fastest growing CBD product is drinkables. It is forecasted to reach $2.8 billion by 2025 by itself. There are a few reasons for this increasing popularity; it’s more discreet to drink a beverage than taking drops or vaping. It is also a tastier way of consuming CBD. With the introduction of water-soluble CBD, it’s never been easier to infuse drinks in a way that retains more of its potency.

If you want to give CBD drinks a try from places like The Hemp Doctor, you should know that there are several kinds of drinks you can buy. You’re sure to find one that suits your tastes. Here are 10 of the most common drinkables that will help you beat the heat this summer.

1. CBD Lemonade

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There aren’t many companies that make CBD lemonade as of now, but that will surely increase at a rapid rate as demand for beverages increases. Thankfully, most of the brands that make it will sell online if you want to have them delivered. Lemonade on ice is a go-to drink for the summer for many people, including regular, raspberry lemonade, sparkling lemonade, and more

You can also infuse water-soluble CBD into your own lemonade recipe if you don’t want to go through the hassle of ordering it. Just measure the right amount depending on how much lemonade you have in a pitcher, mix it in, and let it sit in the fridge overnight.

2. CBD Iced Tea

You can already find tea bags with CBD already included as a common kind of CBD drink. The most common type is green tea, since its earthy flavor pairs well with the other common ingredients and flavors used in it.

To turn that into iced tea, put as many of the tea bags as you would want for a pitcher and let it steep in the fridge for eight to 12 hours. That gives the tea enough time to seep out and mix with the water. Serve over ice, and you have a refreshing iced tea for the hot summer days.

3.  CBD Iced Coffee

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Iced coffee has become much more popular among people who have a caffeine habit but don’t want a hot beverage during the hottest days of the year. You can get cold brew or pre-made iced coffee already mixed from a number of brands, but you can also make your own.

It follows the same process as steeping tea: grind the coffee beans coarse, put in a pitcher of water, add your CBD, mix together and let it sit in the fridge for up to 12 hours. The cold brew process has the added benefit of eliminating some of the bitterness that happens when you heat and boil coffee beans.

4.  CBD Soda

What would a summer be without having the occasional soda? You can get the staples, like cola or orange soda. You can also get newer kinds of sparkling drinks that take on more natural flavors and don’t use as much sugar. The combination of less sugar with CBD is meeting the growing demand for healthier alternatives in food and drinks.

You can make your own CBD soda if you have something like a Sodastream, but otherwise you wouldn’t be able to make your own with pre-made soda without losing the carbonation. However, you can also find a lot of companies making their own sparkling CBD drinks.

5. CBD Water

 

Speaking of healthier alternatives, there’s already a pretty large market for water, flavored water, or vitamin water. The benefit of these drinks is that they contain far less sugar than juice and soda. Adding CBD can help you work your usual drinking habit through the day with the health benefits that CBD provides. If you want to infuse non-CBD water, follow the same process mentioned above for other types of drinks.

6. CBD Tonic

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Tonic is popular as a healthier alternative to carbonated sodas. It can be refreshing on its own thanks to the carbonation, which can be a big help on a hot, sunny afternoon. You can get them with a variety of flavorings as well, from your standard fruits and sweet types to earthy and herbal varieties like rhubarb, lavender, and more.

7. CBD Energy Drink

Energy drinks are already a common alternative for people who want caffeine in the mornings, or to give them a jolt of energy when they need it, but don’t like coffee or tea. The global energy drink market is already in the billions, though the kinds of CBD energy drinks you can get can be a bit different. Rather than being in liquid form in a can already, you can sometimes get it in powder form that you dissolve and mix in water when you want to use them.

8. CBD Seltzer

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CBD Seltzer is another kind of drink that has exploded in popularity in recent years, again as a health alternative to other kinds of casual drinks with less alcohol content. They’re typically around 5%, and have far less sugars and carbs than beer. They also come in a wider variety of flavors, which helps appeal to people who don’t like beer.

9. CBD Beer

For people who do like beer, there’s a growing variety of CBD beer that you can purchase. The two pair together well. Most people will drink beer as a way to relax, and CBD as a supplement has naturally relaxing properties as well. It relieves pain and inflammation, and alleviates stress or anxiety you’re feeling. You can expect the market for CBD-infused beer to grow a lot in the next few years as a result.

10. CBD Kombucha

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Kombucha is a newer kind of drink that is becoming quite trendy. It is a fermented drink that is made with tea, and also carbonated. It is less of a casual drink you have for fun, and more a drink you have for health and wellness. It is said to help with a variety of health issues, similar to CBD. The combination of the two was meant to happen, and it seems like soon you will see as much CBD kombucha as those made without it.

These are by no means the only kinds of drinks you can get with CBD. You have the option to infuse it into whatever drink you want on your own, including any kind of alcohol-based cocktail. However, these 10 options are by far the most common types of CBD drinkables you are able to buy right now. In the next few years, you can expect to see many more new companies making drinks with CBD, so you will have far more options to choose from.

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