As more states legalize marijuana, companies are betting big on people wanting to sip, rather than smoke, their weed.

2018 was inarguably the year of CBD: Marijuana’s non-psychoactive, less giggly compound showed up everywhere promising everything from pain relief to anxiety reduction, from LaCroix-esque sparkling water and high-end gumdrops to body lotion and bath salts (not those kind of bath salts).

But while CBD consumption can certainly lend a chilled-out vibe at the proper dosage, to actually get high, there needs to be some THC involved, whether it be smoked or otherwise consumed — and it seems drinking your weed will be a big trend for the year ahead.

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Whitney Filloon ~ Eater.com

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