Cannabis-infused wine is a novel beverage that merges the ancient practice of winemaking with the contemporary use of cannabis, a plant known for its psychoactive and medicinal properties. This fusion results in a drink that aims to combine the sensory pleasures of wine with the distinctive effects attributed to the cannabinoids found in cannabis, such as tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and cannabidiol (CBD). The production process of cannabis-infused wine typically involves infusing wine with cannabis extracts, a method that must navigate the legal landscape, which varies significantly across different jurisdictions. As such, the availability and formulations of cannabis-infused wines can differ widely, with non-alcoholic versions being more prevalent in areas where regulations prohibit the combination of alcohol and THC. The development of this beverage category reflects a growing trend towards the exploration of cannabis in various culinary contexts, and it raises numerous questions pertaining to consumer safety, marketing, and the social implications of integrating cannabis into traditional food and drink cultures. Research into the effects of cannabis-infused wine is still emerging, with studies focusing on aspects such as the pharmacokinetics of cannabinoids in the body when consumed in liquid form, the sensory profiles of these wines, and consumer attitudes towards such products. As the legal landscape evolves and consumer interest in cannabis-infused products continues to grow, it is likely that cannabis-infused wine will become a topic of increasing relevance within both the wine industry and the field of cannabis research.
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