Forget lime flavoring—the latest kind of infused seltzer involves a much, um, buzzier sort of green add-in.

Yes, cannabis-laced sparkling waters are officially a thing now, although it shouldn’t really come as a surprise.

We predicted weed would be on a major popularity high this year, as its health benefits continue to come into focus. (Research shows it may bring relief to everything from depression to inflammation.)

And so far, the plant’s proven to mix particularly well with beverages, popping up everywhere from cocktail glasses to coffee pods to superfood tonics. So why not cater to the LaCroix-swilling crowd, too?

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Lucy Harrison ~ WellAndGood.com

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