Trying 1000mg THC Lean Syrup
What is THC Lean Syrup?
THC syrup is not ‘lean’
Lean, Barre, Purple Drank, Sizzurp, Texas Tea. Call it what you want, but Codeine and promethazine cough syrup has for the past 20 years or so been popular across the United States — and before that in the South — and arguably the most mentioned drug in hip hop.
With its roots in the blues clubs of Houston in the 1960s, drinking lean (often mixed in a styrofoam cup with Sprite and Jolly Ranchers) creates a powerfully intoxicating, euphoric effect that can slow down the whole world and have you sitting sideways, with your speech slurred and your whole body leaned over (hence the name). It has featured in the sound of countless hip hop artists, and has been linked to the untimely deaths of some of those same musicians.
THC syrup is nothing on that same level of intoxication — or danger. It does not contain any opiates whatsoever, but some caution should be exercised (like any edible, you’ll want to start slow, with a small dose the first time.) It also is not related to THC lean, which is just codeine and promethazine syrup infused with THC.
THC syrup could also be confused with cannabis simple syrup, which is made by infusing simple syrup with weed. THC simple syrup is a great way to sweeten — and add THC — to cold drinks like iced coffee, or to add a little kick to a cocktail. THC simple syrup is easy to make and very effective, but we’ll save that for another article.
So, what exactly is THC syrup?
This liquid marijuana (not to be confused with the cocktail) is made by infusing vegetable glycerine with cannabis concentrate or oil and adding sugar or other sweeteners during preparation. Recipes abound on the internet for THC syrup, and many of them vow to create a syrup that mimics the viscosity and sugary sweetness of cough syrups, just without that medicine flavor
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