A Tropical Take On A Mexican Masterpiece — Try Tribe's CBD Pineapple Margarita

a tropical take on a mexican masterpiece try tribes cbd pineapple margarita
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Nov. 30 2021, Published 10:37 a.m. ET

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Wherever you stand on the pineapple pizza debate, we bet you’ll enjoy adding a punch of pineapple to your margarita hour. The tropical notes of fresh pineapple juice blend perfectly with the margarita’s famous “South of the Border” flavors. Whenever you’re in the mood for a salt & sweet drink, be sure to break out this tantalizing alternative margarita recipe.

Oh yeah, and don’t forget to drizzle a little Tribe CBD oil on top of this sweet concoction. A dropperful of our high-quality CBD always makes drinks extra delightful!

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CBD Pineapple Margarita Recipe

a tropical take on a mexican masterpiece try tribes cbd pineapple margarita
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In case you were wondering, you can plant a pineapple tree at home. All you need to do is cut off the top and put it in some soil. Just be sure to give it enough water and sun so it can thrive. Yep, it’s that simple.

The catch is that you won’t get to enjoy that delicious pineapple fruit for a long time. Even if you take great care of your pineapple tree, you shouldn’t expect to pick a pineapple for at least three years. Once a pineapple tree reaches maturity, it usually produces one fruit per year for roughly 50 years.

So, even if you have a pineapple tree at home, you’re probably still going to rely on the supermarket for this delicious fruit!

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• 1 ½ oz tequila blanco

• 2 oz pineapple juice

• ¾ oz Cointreau

• ¾ oz lime juice

• 1 dropperful Tribe CBD oil

• Kosher salt

• Pineapple wedge, garnish

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• Run a lime wedge around a margarita glass

• Dip your margarita glass in a plate with Kosher salt

• Pour tequila, pineapple juice, Cointreau, and lime juice in a cocktail shaker

• Add ice and shake for a few seconds

• Strain into your salt-rimmed margarita glass

• Garnish with Tribe CBD oil and a pineapple wedge

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Pineapples sometimes get a bad rap for their high sugar content. However, this tropical fruit is far from an “unhealthy” addition to your diet. Actually, as scientists continue to study pineapple’s chemical structure, they’re amazed by how many nutrients are in this fruit.

Arguably, the enzyme bromelain is the most fascinating compound in pineapples. This unique chemical seems to have natural anti-inflammatory benefits that may influence multiple bodily systems. There’s also some evidence bromelain could naturally speed up digestion in healthy patients.

However, the most intriguing studies related to bromelain have to do with its impact on eye health. New trials out of Taiwan strongly suggest a daily dose of fresh pineapple could drastically reduce those annoying “eye floaters” you may see while staring at your computer screen. According to scientists, people who eat more bromelain-rich pineapple have less chance of seeing these protein deposits throughout the day.

So, if you’re one of the countless people who suffer from eye floaters, you’ve got to try adding a little pineapple to your daily diet. Hey, you’ve got nothing to lose (except your eye floaters, of course!).

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