CBD Infused Migraine Friendly Moscow Mule

Prep Time: 15 minutes

Cook Time: 25 minutes

Difficulty: Moderate

CBD Moscow Mule

What is CBD?

CBD, which stands for cannabidiol, is one of the natural chemicals found in cannabis.

Cannabidiol doesn’t contain any chemicals that give you a “high” – instead, CBD is known for its calming, relaxing properties. While cannabis still has limited legality throughout the world, CBD oil tends to be more widely accepted.

CBD is found in many forms including capsules, oil tinctures, edibles, topical salves, and flower or ‘bud’.

CBD for Migraine: The Basics

CBD & Migraine: The Basics

All CBD products are derived from CBD flower– which means you can create your own infused edible concoctions with CBD flower!

It should be noted that some forms of CBD are better absorbed than others with sublingual CBD having the highest bioavailability. This migraine friendly moscow mule features a CBD oil tincture that will not solidify in cold drinks. While edible forms of CBD have about a 6% absorption rate, this is a great way to experiment with using CBD if you are new to trying it, or if you are looking to become more creative as a bartender!

Note: Some CBD products may solidify in drinks depending on the types of oils they are made of.

Disclaimer – please check with your doctor and be familiar with the laws in your area before using CBD products.


  • 1 oz lime juice
  • 1/4 cup ginger beer
  • 1/4 cup club soda
  • Dropper of CBD oil (you can base your dosage on your preference, we prefer broad spectrum and like to start off at 20 mg!)
  • Lime wedge to garnish
  • Mint to garnish


  1. Fill a chilled copper mug with ice.
  2. Add lime juice and top with ginger beer and club soda.
  3. Drop in your CBD
  4. Garnish with a mint sprig and a lime wedge.

I want to hear from you – have you tried CBD with migraine? What are your thoughts on using it as part of your migraine care routine? Have you tried any infused products before? Let me know in the comments.

Reviewed by Kelli Yates, RD, LD, CLT

Published by Kathryn Darsillo, B.S Nutrition & Dietetics, Dietetic Intern

Kathryn Darsillo, is currently a Dietetic Intern with Lenoir-Rhyne University and has a Bachelors of Science in Nutrition and Dietetics in addition to having an Associates Culinary Arts.

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