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Hemp Tea Beginners Bible

Have you ever tried hemp tea? Well, this method of CBD consumption is getting more popular every day. Wonder why? Luckily, we have some answers for you today.

What is CBD?

CBD is one of the best know cannabinoids found in hemp and cannabis plant. It is not psychoactive, so it doesn’t cause any mind altering side effects. To be honest, CBD doesn’t have any known dangerous unwanted effects. If you use too much of it, you simply feel very sleepy.

Difference between hemp and cannabis

The main difference between these two plants is the percentage of cannabinoids.

Cannabis or marijuana has more THC than CBD, so it might cause mind-altering effects. Also, overdosing cannabis can be dangerous and cause hallucinations, increased heart rate and even intense paranoia that might require immediate medical attention.

On the other hand, we have a hemp plant. Hemp is considered very safe as it has less than 0.2% of THC. Usually, the main cannabinoid in hemp is CBD. it also contains a small amount of cannabigerol (CBG). CBG is relatively new, but it has so many similar benefits with THC, just it doesn’t cause that “high” feeling.

Endocannabinoid system

If you are new to CBD, you need to know how CBD works, so you can find full information on our Ultimate CBD guide, but we will mention it shortly here.

Important to know, that CBD binds to CB1 and CB2 receptors in our body. On the same token, cannabidiol affects the endocannabinoid system in two other ways. First, by modifying the activity of this system’s enzymes and transport proteins. Second, by affecting the concentration of anandamide – the “default” endocannabinoid.

Introducing Hemp Tea

Do you enjoy natural tea from the teabag? Or maybe you love loose leaf tea? Then Hemp tea should be the next one in your list for the things to try.

In the Hemp tea bag, you will be able to find crushed stems, leaves and flowers. This is a really relaxing and natural way to get the wanted amount of CBD. It should have light green or a bit brown colour, but it also depends on how strong is your beverage and the type of the plant and how it was dried.

Don't forget some fats

CBD binds to lipids. It means, that for the best way to absorb cannabidiol, it needs to be used with fats. The most excellent way to do it when you are drinking hot hemp beverage is to pour in some milk. You can use any milk that suits your personal taste. Also, milk will give an amazing addition to earthy and savoury hemp tea taste.

What you should know before choosing your tea

Always look for an organic, natural product. It’s really crucial. By the article published in sciencedirect.com, we can clearly see that Hemp absorbs all the heavy metals found in the soil. Using hemp products that were derived from farms that use pesticides may strongly harm your health. Especially, if these products were used frequently and for a long period of time. As Hemp absorbs all the toxins, pesticides and metals from the soil, your tea might have dangerous levels of these unsafe and unhealthy particles.

What are the benefits of organic hemp tea?

First of all, it’s very relaxing. Making hemp tea can be a mini ritual to calm yourself down after a hard day or to get ready for new challenges in the morning. Taking these 10 minutes all for yourself and feeling the peaceful and warm hemp beverage might be what you really need.

Not only that, but CBD also affects brain receptors that are in charge of serotonin regulation. This is one of the main cannabidiol benefits – anxiolytic (anxiety relieving). Many clinical trials have shown that CBD has an ability to help people relieve stress, anxiety and may even help in depression treatment. You can find more about this here.

Second, it helps to relieve chronic pain. Our endocannabinoid system is involved in regulating pain level in our bodies. As CBD impacts endocannabinoid system receptors and neurotransmitters it can be extremely effective in reducing pain. As shown above, hemp tea may not only reduce anxiety and stress but at the same time, it can relieve pain!

Even more benefits

Yes, there are plenty of clinical trials to show that CBD is an amazing ally in helping with Alcohol use disorder, varicose veins, Arthritis, Migraine, Alzheimer’s disease, High Blood Pressure, Epilepsy and much more.

How to brew CBD Hemp Tea?

If you have tried loose or bagged tea, you will definitely know what to do. Simply, place one teaspoon and place in an infuser or one bag of tea in the teacup and pour it with hot water. Wait 2-5minutes, it all depends on how strong you want your tea. Remove the bag or tea diffuser. If you do not use any of these, but simply poured some hot water over loose leafs, keep in mind that your tea will be stronger. Pour in some milk or a bit of coconut oil. Enjoy the amazing aroma and the magical, natural earthy taste.

Can you smoke hemp tea?

To be honest, many people smoke or vapourize their hemp tea as it’s simply raw materials of the hemp plant. There are many variations of how you can use your CBD hemp tea. For example, you can also use it in baking. It may give a new flavour to the dishes that seem to be boring or forgotten.

Why should you choose Hemp tea?

Hopefully, in the future, more people will consider natural treatments and will remember that taking care of your health is crucial. Having a few minutes for your thoughts and peacefulness might change your day. As Abraham Lincoln said: “Most folks are about as happy as they make up their minds to be” So, let’s start to calm our minds in a natural way and feel the joy that it brings to our life.

Stay Safe.

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