Herbs have been integral to traditional and non-traditional forms of medicine dating back as far as 5000 years, herbs work slowly but with minimal toxic side effects. Tea which is made from the leaves and flowers of certain plants is the second most popular beverage in the world after water. Tea is rich in polyphenols which are capable of of reducing the risk of many human illnesses.
Why did we infuse our teas with CBD? Some people may not enjoy the taste of the Hemp extract in the form of drops, so drinking infused CBD tea is another way of taking/consuming the cannabinoid rich extract and boosting your endocannabinoid system. This method has been used by the Chinese and Indians for centuries.
Mint Tea: The leaves of the plant are dried or used fresh to Improve digestion, reduce pain, eliminate inflammation, relax the body and mind, boost the immune system, get rid of bad breath – due to its base element menthol. Mint tea is caffeine free for those people with sensitive sleep patterns. Mint tea has been used to break a fever as the tea warms you from inside the cooling effect of the menthol can cause external sweating. Useful in aiding: digestive problems, nausea and respiratory issues, also as an anti-bacterial.
See our recipe suggestions for different ways of preparing and enjoying our teas.
There is no cannabis smell or after taste
Always speak with your doctor before making any changes to your herbal or dietary regime.