There are indications that the giant with soft drinks, Coca-Cola is considering options for participation in the production of beverages filled with cannabis, also known as marijuana.
BNNBloomberg It also reports that sources say that drinks can cannabidiol, also known as CBD, a non-psychoactive chemical found in marijuana plants.
According to CNN Money "CBD, which does not give high to the user, has been used for medical purposes, including alleviating inflammation, pain and nausea."
Epidiolex, the use of cannabis drugs in the treatment of epilepsy in the United States, contains CBD.
According to reports, the drug is the first cannabis-based medicine that is allowed in the US and it has been approved US Food and Drug Administration in June.
The giant of soft drinks is already negotiating with a large cannabis producer Aurora Cannabis to understand how an idea can be implemented.
Aurora Cannabis Inc. – licensed cannabis producer based in Canada.
The report also says that Coca-Cola can focus on the production of beverages with health benefits.
"Companies are likely to develop health-oriented products that will ease inflammation, pain and cramps," the report said, citing sources familiar with the issue, CNBC said.
In his response, the giant of non-alcoholic beverages said that a final decision has not been made yet.
"Along with many others in the beverage industry, we closely monitor the growth of non-psychoactive CBD as an ingredient in functional beverages around the world.
"At present, no decisions have been made."
Some states in the US have decriminalized his use of marijuana, although it is still illegal under federal law.
Canada recently made history the second country in the world legalize marijuana, paving the way for recreational sales throughout the country.