FAQs

Q. Does it really have marijuana in it?

A. Yes.

Q. Can I order a case and have it shipped to me?

A. Canna Cola is a medical marijuana product so it is illegal to ship except in very specific circumstances. It’s only manufactured by qualified dispensaries, co-ops, and bottlers who are allowed to produce and distribute medical or recreational marijuana in their state. So if you don’t live in one of those states, you will not be able to purchase Canna Cola.

Q. Come on man, just a couple of bottles. No one will know.

A. Nope. Sorry. It will never happen, so stop asking.

Q. Do you have any merchandise like t-shirts or collector’s bottles?

A. Yes we do. Check out  to our line of official Canna Cola clothing.

Q. What are the most common misconceptions about Canna Cola

A. Number one misconception is that somehow we cracked the code on marijuana prohibition. So  no, we can’t send you a case. It’s against the law. You can’t order it online. Sure, we can sell you a nice empty, never been used bottle for your collection, but unless you have a medical marijuana card or live in a recreational state that allows for marijuana consumption, you  will never taste it.

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20 Responses to FAQs

  1. I am wondering if this will be distributed throughout Canada for those with medicinal cards..?

    • Clay

      Canada is a tricky situation. Right now there is no legal way to produce and distribute in Canada even though technically it is allowed for medical use. No matter how the law ends up, it’s still a medical marijuana product, so we will need a licensee in Canada to make it.

    • april

      hey i was wondering the contents it says 12 ounces is that accurate there is equivalent to 12 onces of medicine in one bottle …so if there is then would you like take a sip or a capful? or the whole thing LMAO just joking 8)

  2. I’m from Brazil How can I buy this product

    • Chris

      I’m not from the company but I can tell you that it’s impossible to ship the product out of the country. Marijuana is illegal under federal law, so is medical marijuana, since international trade is under the authority of the federal government it’s impossible to ship it out of the country. However is Brazil allows medical marijuana then it could be possible to one day have a bottler in Brazil to make and ship the product.

  3. Gosh, I’m kinda jealous. Cant wait til this gets to South Africa. Clay don’t forget me, I’ll be your #1 supporter. Fingers crossed of course!

  4. Michelle

    Does your company have an interest/opinion on states that have legalized med marij but not created legal dispensaries? Nevada has no dispensaries, yet a med marij card is available – for a high fee of course. Marijuana cannot be accessed here legally as Nevada doesn’t recognize other states’ dispensaries or laws. Without assistance from corporate entities, Nevada and other states’ citizens like me (Rheumatoid Arthritis & Fibromyalgia) will never have the opportunity; even though I’m legally allowed, there are no dispensaries. Politicians listen only to money; what is your position?

  5. Chris

    If say hypothetically marijuana became legal either on a state or federal level (eg. California Prop 19) would you allow this to be distributed to non medicinal cannabis users?

  6. How much alcohol is in each bottle of Canna Cola?

  7. Laine

    Will it ever be diet?

  8. J

    How can we invest in your company? Any plans on going public?

  9. Derek

    Im an engineering student, and i may have tried the sticky icky once or twice. I was just wondering how people infuse soda with THC since THC is a non-polar substance and soda, an aqueous solution, is a non-polar substance. Do the botlers infuse it in the CO2. Please answer.

  10. Dirk

    What is the amount of THC/CBD per bottle? Is it as fully digested into the system as other edibles?

  11. Jack

    Are your products certified Kosher? If not, are you planning to become certified?

    • Clay

      No, and probably not. Being Kosher certified greatly complicates things and adds significant costs. It’s kind of a racket anyway. You pay a bunch of money to have a Rabbi look around, make a blessing and collect his check. I know for the observant it’s important, but even among the observant there’s a lot of argument about what is actually, and truly, and authentically Kosher. It’s not a settled issue. One of my clients had three different Kosher certifications because 1/3 of his target market thought the other two were “posers” and vice versa. So he paid to have them all bless his product just to make everyone happy. Just ridiculous.

  12. Charlie Poole

    Hi, my name is Charlie and I have cancer that has become resistant to chemo therapy.
    I love your drinks and I would like to know how much actual weed it contains, I don’t know if it says it on the label because my mother buys it for me and she changes the bottle because my older brother keeps on drinking it (but not anymore ha ha). It would make my day if someone would reply/answer this as I can’t find it on the internet and I’ve just spent an two hours trying to find this out without any result and I don want what little time I have left wasted in vain.
    Love
    Charlie

  13. Matthew

    How can i contact management or the owner of this company?

  14. David Pritchard

    how much sugar is in each bottle?

  15. steve

    Hey Clay,
    Where in Denver can I find this product? I’ve been calling around also.
    Thanks and still thirsty!

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