Know Your Dose: Why Alcohol-free, Cannabis-infused Drinks Like House of Saka Wines are Your Best Teacher

As cannabis use continues to enter the mainstream, many are finding themselves wondering what the right dose is for them. The fact is that the psychoactive cannabinoids found within the plant and its distillates have profoundly different effects on individuals based on many factors. Key among them are frequency of use and how the chosen delivery method is biologically processed. 

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Tracey Mason Co-Founder & CEO of House of Saka

When House of Saka created alcohol-free, cannabis-infused still and sparkling wines, they did so seeking a healthy and delicious alternative to alcohol. At a fraction of the calories and zero impact on the liver, House of Saka Wines play comfortably in traditional wine occasions while elevating and expanding the cannabis occasion. To achieve that, they infuse their wines using a state-of-the-art, nano-emulsion technology that breaks highly refined cannabis oil into microscopic, water-soluble and self-homogenizing particles. 

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Unlike other cannabis-infused consumables where the too-often unpredictable and inconsistent effects are not felt until after the cannabis is processed through the liver (usually 45 minutes to 2 hours later), Saka’s signature nano emulsion technology allows for precise dosing with extremely high bioavailability that delivers rapid onset effects—usually within 5 to 15 minutes—and rapid offset. 

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A five-ounce glass of House of Saka Pink (rosé) or White (chardonnay) contains 8 mg of THC and 1 mg of CBD, while their single-serve Saka Spark Mimosa (sparkling chardonnay) contains 5 mg of THC bolstered by Mimosa Strain Specific Live Resin. The rapid onset gives Saka-users immediate feedback on how to find the right dose for them, while offering a highly consistent, safe and predictable high. The rapid offset allows for a sustained, social and session-able experience. 

To learn more or to find Saka wines near you, visit House of Saka.