Hemp tea and useful properties

Hemp tea has a rather long and interesting history of use, dating back to antiquity. It is believed that

The first cannabis tea traditions originated in India and Jamaica, where there has long been a

the special healing properties of the cannabis plant.

As you may already know, hemp is a plant with many benefits. He is best known for his

the sedative properties and analgesic (pain-relieving) effects of cannabidiol, the active ingredient

hemp material. Even small amounts (usually up to 5%) of CBD and other cannabinoids are found,

in cannabis tea are great for balancing sleep and aiding good digestion, so the huge benefits are

drink it before bedtime. Cannabis leaf and flower tea also has other healing properties.

What are the benefits of this cannabis tea?

It helps to build up energy, improves mood, appetite and circulation, and strengthens the immune system,

stabilises the psyche, soothes the stomach, normalises bowel function, relieves sore throats and

breathing problems, awakens inner strength and self-confidence. Healing properties of tea

the active substances in cannabis are absorbed slowly through the digestive system.

The gentle effect of the tea can last for about 4-8 hours. This time may vary depending on the fibre

the quality of the cannabis, the method of preparation and the individual characteristics of the body.

How to make this cannabis tea?

With a little patience, you can make a tea that is not only healthy and relaxing, but also

calming. By following these simple steps, you can learn how to make cannabis flower and leaf tea. Simply

by adding the leaves and flowers of hemp, and a few other ingredients you’ve probably always

can be found in your kitchen.

How to brew tea?

Carefully separate the inflorescences from the twigs (if any) of the hemp. Place the chopped florets in a bowl

to the filter. Fill a saucepan with cold water and submerge the prepared filter with the cannabis. For two

For the cups you will need 1000 ml of water and 0.8 g of cannabis tea. As soon as the water starts to boil,

Cover the pot with a lid and let it cook for another 15 minutes. Always add a little extra

water to compensate for evaporation. After brewing the cannabis tea for about 15 minutes, add

about 60ml of milk, preferably pasteurised. Remember that the active parts of cannabis are fat soluble,

not in water. It is therefore necessary to use fat to activate cannabinoids. After stirring the milk,

Let the tea simmer over a low flame for another 10 minutes, stirring every now and then.

After another 10 minutes, your 10 minutes after your cannabis tea is ready, let it cool down for a few minutes.

Cannabis is a bitter plant, so The tea can be sweetened with honey or agave syrup to your taste. Then pour into your favourite a cup, sit back and enjoy a relaxing moment.

Cannabis tea can also be made simply by steeping the flowers and leaves of hemp in hot water

in water for a few minutes, but this method will not bring out the full benefits of the tea.

For a more pleasant taste and a stronger aroma, we suggest adding lemon zest and cinnamon


This tea will be more refreshing, soothing and fragrant. True citric acid can shrink

cream, so we recommend using milk (almond, rice, soya milk are also suitable). Some people

like to add butter or cocoa butter to their cannabis tea to get a stronger CBD effect.

We suggest you try this option too.

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