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weed in a can
 n.— «“Drank” is being billed as the anti-energy drink, to help you relax and soothe out the day. The key ingredients in the grape-flavored drink are melatonin, valerian root and rose hip. Those are all herbs used to help in relaxation and trouble sleeping. The concept of the “relaxation beverage,” has led some people to refer to the drink as “weed in a can.”» —“New anti-energy drink hits Valley streets, ‘weed in a can?’” by Kyle Burke ABC15.com (KXNV-TV) (Phoenix, Arizona) Aug. 7, 2009. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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