I suppose it was inevitable that someone would add marijuana to an

I suppose it was inevitable that someone would add marijuana to an energy shot; the only surprising thing to me, now that I’ve seen CannaBull Energized Euphoria Energy Shot, is that I’d never seen anything like it until Saturday. I spotted the little red bottle while visiting HypeHerbally, a cleverly named medical marijuana access point in Lynnwood.I took at the back label. “For long-lasting Delta9 Energy: Shake well. Drink entire bottle.” The magic ingredients of the energy shot — in addition of course, to our favorites, the cannabinoids THC and CBD — are 160 milligrams of caffeine (definitely avoid CannaBull if you’re caffeine- or stimulant-sensitive), tyrosine, and yohimbine.I brought a healthy skepticism to the table when I tried CannaBull; I downed the two-ounce energy shot all at once, as recommended. I tried the energy shot first thing in the morning, before breakfast even, just in case it did work. Well, what do you know? Turns out it did — for hours.It wasn’t just the conventional energy shot I was feeling, either. While the bottle doesn’t say how much cannabis is in a CannaBull, the amount was enough, in my case, for a noticeable stone, and I have a rather high tolerance. So my guess is, it’ll work for you too, although individual reactions and metabolisms can be very different from each other.The energy boost from my CannaBull last easily four hours, then gradually tailed off into a certain weariness, the price, of course, for having thus temporarily elevated your metabolism.I found my CannaBull Energy Shot for a $10 donation at HypeHerbally, 16430 6th Ave. W., Lynnwood, (425) 583-9385.tokesignals@seattleweekly.com

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