Cannabis gummies are in high demand right now because they're easy to make and you can easily control the amount of CBD or THC each batch contains. Since cannabis gummies have gained popularity, many people have wondered if it's safe to mix their edibles with alcohol. In short, mixing alcohol with edible products will cause one of the strongest and most lasting effects you've ever felt in your life, and this also increases the chances of any of those negative side effects. Not that it's going to kill you, but if you overconsume food and alcohol together, you're sure to feel it.
If this is something you want to try, be sure to consume both in moderation. Small quantities will work well. While it's considered nearly impossible to overdose on cannabinoids, it's possible to overdose on alcohol without realizing that you have it. The combination of CBD and alcohol could also increase the effects of alcohol and make a person feel drunk or upset more quickly, Theisen says.
In general, mixing delta-8 with alcohol is probably not much different from drinking while using regular marijuana. This compound is similar to delta-9 THC, but with slightly less potent effects. And while you might be tempted to use delta-8 THC to reduce alcohol cravings and withdrawal, there isn't enough research to support it for this purpose. People who drink alcohol and consume groceries should carefully monitor what they consume.
However, it's safer to completely avoid groceries when drinking alcohol.