Canna Vine is a commercial marijuana-laced wine from winemakers in California. The Los Angeles Times reports that Canna Vine combines organic marijuana and biodynamically farmed grapes (organic with a dose of spiritual).


For starters, it’s only available and legal to buy in California, and even then you need a medical marijuana license. In most states, it’s illegal to infuse alcohol with weed, even in states — like Washington, Oregon, and Colorado — where recreational marijuana use is legal. California’s Proposition 64, which will be up for a vote this November, would legalize marijuana for recreational use. Prop. 64 doesn’t address alcohol and drug infusions; other states don’t allow it at all.


Singer and cancer survivor Melissa Etheridge, who has a cannabis-infused wine called "No Label," has spoken to the benefits of this wine. "There’s a little flush after the first sip, but then the effect is really cheery, and at the end of the night you sleep really well," Etheridge said.


It's said that the cost for half a bottle is $120 to $400.


Photo: Cosmopolitan

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