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50 MG THC Water Soluble

Welcome back, Spaced Cadets! We will be trying out our THC water Solubles! They are 50 mg and look small in the syringe but pack a powerful punch! Learn a little about the process and how you can feel after taking one!

 

A quicker way to get high? THC Water Solubles can hit more quickly than most edibles. Why? Because Water Solubles are more bioavailable to your body and go to your bloodstream through your mouth. That makes it easier and faster to get a high. You can put THC Water Solubles into coffee, orange juice, soda, Gatorade, and even food. There are a lot of different ways you could get creative with them. 

 

There are different processes water Solubles go through. There is Nano Emulsion and microencapsulation. Nano Emulsion involves high pressure or sonication to turn the THC particles into nanoparticles. Microencapsulation is another process that strengthens the effectiveness of the THC water Solubles. You can learn more about those two processes in our other blog.

 

I infused my mini Powerade and drank it in about 4 gulps. About 30 seconds after drinking the Powerade I felt a head high that was not crazy. About 15-20 minutes later, I started to feel the head high travel down towards my body. My body felt very calm and relaxed throughout the high. I did not taste the THC water soluble in my Powerade, but towards the end, you do taste a little of the isolate. If you try it with water, the taste is not as pleasant as it could be. 

 

Overall, the THC water Solubles are a fun way to get high and very discreet if you want to go into a function and cannot smoke. Come by and pick yours up! If those interest you, we also offer our CBG and CBD water Solubles at our shop. 


 

Sources

Hielscher Ultrasonics. (n.d.). Water-Soluble Nano-THC Formulations with Sonication. Retrieved June 3, 2023, from https://www.hielscher.com/water-soluble-nano-thc-formulations-with-sonication.htm

 

LaurelCrest. (n.d.). A Primer on Water-Soluble THC Isomers and Bioavailability. Retrieved from https://laurelcrest.com/blog/a-primer-on-water-soluble-thc-isomers-and-bioavailability/

 


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