CBD vs. THC
More Sundaze, Less Mondays
Hemp Haze Rhumba Cola can wash away your Sunday blues. Pour over vanilla ice cream to allow all your troubles to melt away.
Marijuana and hemp are both plants from the same family, Cannabis. While they may be from the same family, these two have drastic differences. First, hemp is legal in all 50 states while marijuana is not. Second, the largest difference is that hemp plants contain no more than 0.3 percent (by dry weight) of THC (tetrahydrocannabinol), the psychoactive substance found in marijuana. So while it may look like its counterpart Marijuana, Hemp cannot get you high. Marijuana, the plant typically contains 5 to 20 percent THC and is commonly referred to as Mary Jane.
Marijuana has begun to stir the “pot” and is now completely legal for either or both medical and recreational use within 44% of the United States such as: Alaska, California, Colorado, District of Columbia, Idaho, Illinois, Kansas, Kentucky, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Mississippi, Nebraska, Nevada, North Carolina, Oregon, South Carolina, North Dakota, Tennessee, Vermont, Washington, Wisconsin, and Wyoming.
There still are many states on the fence about legalizing marijuana, but many have forgotten that Cannabis Sativa has already been introduced in our everyday lives in the form of CBD (cannabidiol) and not THC. Unlike THC, CBD is used everyday and does not create a high feeling.
Hemp Seed oil contains 0% THC and trace amounts of CBD. The oil from the hemp seeds have already been in lotions, face wash, hemp milk, and now, in ready-to-drink wine cocktails.
Hemp ready-to-drink wine cocktails will soon be taking over the market, and it started in Texas! Top Shelf, located in Tulia, Texas, was the first winery in the United States to have an approved, legalized hemp-infused wine. Top Shelf and TVM Wines have teamed up to introduce hemp infused wine into the market. Hemp Haze is about to launch with four delicious flavors: Piña Colada, Strawberry Daiquiri, Rhumba Cola, and Sweet Tea.