Green Dream Smoothie
Elevate your workout with this nutrient-rich, cannabis-infused smoothie
My wife gave me a Vitamix a while back, and I’m in love with it. I’ve been making smoothies regularly for the past six months or so—we both got our health and fitness on track, and it’s a great way to add some extra nutrients, supplements, and greens to our diet as we’re trying to stay energized. An extra plus is the benefit of drinking a cannabis-infused smoothie.
As it happens, smoothies are also a great way to infuse some cannabis into your day. A friend of mine introduced me to a whole new form factor for cannabis: edible powders. She mentioned Mondo Meds, and I knew I had to try it immediately. I’ve been tossing a 5 milligram serving into my smoothies, and it’s the perfect fast-acting dose for sore muscles (not to mention taking the edge off of any daily anxiety) without a head high that can result in a loss of focus. Mondo Meds are made with Blue Dream flowers, which I personally love for daytime use. It also tastes great in my cannabis-infused smoothie.
Here is the latest cannabis-infused smoothie I’ve been making—it’s chock full of greens and has a fun, slightly tropical twist:
Pro tip: Start with liquids in the blender first. It helps with the blending process, and you won’t need to stop and stir it as often. Then, add the softer solids, and finally, the frozen fruit. I actually put the ingredients in my blender in the order listed above.
¼ cup tart cherry juice
½ cup pure coconut water
½–¾ cup almond milk
1 cup fresh spinach
¼ cup plain greek yogurt
½ ripe avocado
¼ cup unsweetened dried coconut flakes
1 tablespoon of hemp hearts shelled hemp seeds
1 teaspoon organic bee pollen
1 scoop (5mg dose) Mondo Meds powder
1 teaspoon Sun Potion Yin Powder
1 serving of Amazing Grass Green Superfood
⅔ frozen banana
2–3 frozen strawberries
2–3 pieces of frozen pineapple
3 frozen red seedless grapes
Pro tip: Start with liquids in the blender first. It helps with the blending process, and you won’t need to stop and stir it as often. Then, add the softer solids and finally, the frozen fruit. I actually put the ingredients in my blender in the order listed above.