How To Make Hemp Tea
Everywhere around the world, people love tea. In some cases, some people prefer tea over coffee in the morning. There are many reasons why people love tea. Drinking tea provides many health benefits, as tea contains antioxidants, vitamins, and anti-inflammatory properties. It’s also great to help wake you up in the morning and it also offers many options that are naturally caffeine-free.
With many health benefits, it's only fitting to include hemp flower into the equation. Yes, you can make hemp tea out of hemp flowers. Hemp tea has a unique set of therapeutic effects and health benefits.
Hemp flower has been used as a herbal remedy for many years, yet not a lot of people knew about the benefits because it was considered illegal in the United States for the past 80 years. Since 2018, when the U.S. federal government legalized the farming of hemp, scientific research on hemp exploded and we are now just discovering new positive effects that hemp has on health.
Tea alone has its health benefits, but when you add flower to make hemp tea, you create a synergistic action between the therapeutic potential of the tea and CBD.
Hemp or CBD tea is an acquired taste and for some, using a flavored tea with your flower may tasted better. For an 8 ounce cup of tea, the recommendation for herbs is 1 to 2 teaspoons. Add your flower with some loose tea leaves (or a tea bag without infuser) into your infuser and boil some water. When the boiling is done, steep your infuser for about 3-5 minutes. Beginners should use a smaller amount of flower at first to test taste and effect.
Hemp tea is a favorite for some customers, as they prefer not to smoke the buds.
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