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How to Make a Liquid Marijuana Cocktail

Whenever I’ve had this drink, everyone around me wants to know what’s in it.

What Is a Liquid Marijuana Cocktail?

Whenever I’ve had this drink, everyone around me wants to know what’s in it. It looks so appealing, and it always strikes their curiosity. Then, once they have a sip, they love it!

The Liquid Marijuana is a delicious fruity cocktail that, contrary to its name, does not actually contain any marijuana. It’s the green color and the optional cannabis-shaped pineapple wedge garnish that gives it its tongue-in-cheek name.

When you order this drink at a restaurant or bar, it’s always hit or miss as to whether the bartender has even heard of it—let alone know how to make it—so it’s best to be prepared with the knowledge of how it’s made.

A Word of Caution

Depending on your personal tolerance level for alcohol, you might want to err on the side of caution if you’re away from home or if you don’t have a reliable means of transportation back to someplace safe. This drink can cause different reactions in people who are more sensitive to alcohol.

I say this from experience. After about two of these, I’m feeling pretty good and probably shouldn’t be allowed to drive. This drink contains a mix of several strong liquors, so please, keep that in mind when consuming it.

Please drink responsibly.

Ingredients

  • 1/2 oz Malibu or coconut rum
  • 1/2 oz Midori or watermelon liqueur (make sure it’s green)
  • 1/2 oz Blue Curacao liqueur
  • 1/2 oz Captain Morgan or spiced rum
  • 3 oz pineapple juice
  • Splash Sprite or lemon-lime soda
  • Ice
  • Pineapple wedge and/or cherry (optional, for garnish)

Instructions

  1. Pour all ingredients into a shaker, or even directly into drinking glass.
  2. Mix or shake, and serve.
  3. Optional garnishes: pineapple and/or maraschino cherry.

Variations

Some other options could be to use vodka instead of rum or orange juice instead of pineapple. Or if you have a creative mind and a variety of liqueurs, there’s nothing stopping you from creating your own masterpiece! But if you want it to be some derivative of the Liquid Marijuana, you might want to keep it at least green in color.

© 2020 Tawny

Comments

Tawny (author) from Kennesaw, GA on February 05, 2020:

I’m sure if you get creative you could work some in there! Maybe soak some pineapple in oil or something and use it as a garnish 🙂

Kelley Marks from Sacramento, California on February 04, 2020:

It’s a shame not to put some THC in that drink, but I’ll bet a person or two will try! The color certainly matches the name, though. Love to try it some day.

This drink is always a winner with anyone who has tried it and likes fruity drinks. Disclaimer: It does NOT contain any marijuana.

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Cookies and Cream

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Effects

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Pairs Well With

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The delicious strain Cookies and Cream gets its name from the sweet vanilla and nutty scents it produces when cultivated and cured properly. Its genetics stem from the infamous Girl Scout Cookies, thus putting it in the spotlight as potent in its effects, appearance, taste, and smell. Such characteristics helped it win the hybrid 2014 Denver Cannabis Cup and its reputation made cannabis connoisseurs seek it out.

The nugs of Cookies and Cream are lighter than their parent strains, being a mossy green with hues of purple and amber pistils. The layer of trichomes further lightens its appearance, and the buds are often dense and shaped like spades.

THC levels have been known to reach the mid and high 20’s, and users say over-indulging can lead to a rise in anxiety.

However, when used moderately, Cookies and Cream has been reported to offer consumers relief from stress and anxiety, aches and pains, headaches, and in some instances, depression. Consumers say it can both relax the body while increasing cerebral activity due to its nature as a hybrid, and often creativity can arise. They inform us that, it does have the ability to cause lethargy so taking this strain in the evening or at night is recommended over trying it during the day.

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Cannabis Light Periods – What do I need to know about marijuana light cycles? (length of sunlight hours each day)

If you’re growing a cannabis plant grown from a random seed (“bagseed”), unless you somehow have an auto-flowering seed, you will need to understand about cannabis life stages and how they are affected by light periods.

If you don’t understand light periods, your plant may never start making buds! The light schedule experienced by your plant will actually change its life stage. Learn more…

Cannbis plants have two life stages:

1.) Vegetative – Seedling or clone leads to Vegetative Stage

  • Give 18-24 hours of light a day (indoors)
  • Cannabis grows only stems and leaves

2.) Flowering – Flowering (Budding) Stage leads to Harvest

  • Give at least 12 hours of uninterrupted dark each day (short days)
  • Cannabis starts growing flowers/buds

The first stage, “Vegetative” begins when marijuana plants first sprout, at the beginning of their life.

Most indoor growers give their cannabis plants 18-24 hours of light a day during the vegetative stage. The exact number of hours needed to keep a plant in the vegetative stage is dependent on the strain, but 18+ hours/day will keep basically all cannabis plants in the vegetative stage.

Outdoor growers plant their seeds in Spring when the days are naturally longer. In the wild, cannabis seeds naturally germinate in the Spring.

For an indoor grower, when a plant is about half the final size you want it to be, you should change it over to the “Flowering” stage. This is the stage when your plant starts growing buds.

You do this by changing your light so that it only shines for 12 hours a day, and the other 12 hours a day your marijuana plants are kept in TOTAL darkness.

After 2-3 weeks of the 12-12 light schedule, most cannabis plants will show the first signs of their gender (they either are a female plant which starts growing buds, YAY! or they are a male plant which start growing balls/pollen sacs, NO!).

Boy cannabis plants don’t give you any usable amounts of THC, so most growers toss them on sight. These male plants can also impregnate (pollinate) your female plants, which causes your female plants to produce seeds and less buds.

So unless you’re planning on breeding, it’s important that most growers destroy male plants as soon as you notice them growing grape-like balls where their buds would normally be.

Unfortunately, about 50% of all regular (unfeminized) cannabis seeds are male (though this varies from strain to strain, and from environment to environment). Fortunately for small growers, you can purchase feminized (all-female) seeds so you don’t have to worry about male plants if you don’t want to. Learn more about buying seeds.

When does a cannabis plant start budding?

Marijuana plants have an internal process that allows them to detect how long they receive darkness each night. This is because they are a “photo-period” plant, specifically a “short-day” plant which means these plants start making flowers/buds when days start getting short.

In the wild, as the days get shorter and nights grow longer, a marijuana plant “realizes” that winter is coming and will start budding/flowering. It “knows” it’s approaching the end of its life cycle so it frantically starts making buds in time before winter.

When growing marijuana outdoors, a grower doesn’t need to do anything to induce flowering because the sun will take care of things on its own. It’s just important to make sure that there are no lights shining on your plants during their night period (which will disrupt their dark cyle).

However, when growing weed indoors, a marijuana gardener will have to fool their plants into “thinking” winter is coming to induce flowering and kickstart the creation of buds.

This is done by changing the plant’s light schedule to 12-12, where the weed plants gets 12 hours of light a day and 12 hours of total darkness.

You’ll get the best results if the start and end time for the light is exactly the same each day, which is why most growers end up getting a timer to flip their lights on and off, like an automatice light switch.

I tend to set my timer to shine line from 8pm-8am. This gives me time to check on my plants at night when the lights first come on, and I can also check them quickly in the morning before I go to work. It also keeps things cooler since the lights go on at night.

But ANY 12 hour period will work, as long as you remain consistent.

Check out my cannabis grow light guide for more info about picking out suitable lights!

Photoperiod dependent strains vs. auto-flowering strains

So all strains of cannabis that respond to light in this way (where the light period effects what stage they’re in) are called “Photoperiod dependent” strains.

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The healing herbs we list can be grown as a ‘natural medicine cabinet’ in your own back garden, balcony or window box.

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Shannon Sharpe: “Josh Gordon Is A Marijuana Junkie”

Shannon Sharpe was a guest co-host on this morning’s episode of First Take and he had some weird things to say about Josh Gordon’s year-long suspension from the NFL.

Things start out relatively OK, but then the vein on Sharpe’s temple starts pulsating and he careens out of the realm of “political correctness” and into a place where he can loudly proclaim that Josh Gordon is just as bad off as a person who is addicted to heroin or meth. “When we call people junkies we think of meth, heroin, cocaine. Josh Gordon is a marijuana junkie. Simple.”

Josh Gordon is clearly very fond of smoking weed; the fact that he’s also been busted for DUI means that he very likely has a substance abuse problem. Even assuming he does, though, there are grades and degrees, and it is stupid as all hell to draw a line between his problems and those of someone who just can’t take the needle out of his arm. Weed, even when it serves as a crutch, is an essentially harmless drug, legal in two states and decriminalized in our nation’s largest cities. It’s the drug of choice for New York Times columnists , for Christ’s sake.

Josh Gordon is not missing a year of football because anyone thinks he needs a year off from his job to take care of what may be dependency issues, and he’s certainly not doing so because smoking weed turned him into a shell of a human, stumbling around the street in the early morning hours begging for change so he can get his next fix. Josh Gordon is missing a year of football because the NFL and NFLPA still treat weed as a Scary, Scary Drug and negotiated a CBA that reflects this viewpoint, even though the very thing for which he was suspended will likely be legal all across the country within a matter of years.

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