The Hemp plant is an incredibly versatile and healing herb, the entire plant can be eaten, cooked, brewed, or extracted – from roots to flower, leaf, and seed. We have already written about the CBD oil, hemp seeds, and juiced cannabis, now, lets have a look at hemp tea.
Let’s take a look at hemp tea
Tea is an ancient drink originating from Asia. Traditionally it is prepared with tea leaves, however, steeped hemp leaves can do the job just as well.
Hemp tea has a greenish color which is caused by plants growing mature longer and by harvesting at the time when the CBD content is at its highest level.
Is there CBD in Hemp tea?
Hemp teas made from the finest flowers and trim from hemp plants are rich in antioxidants and cannabidiol (CBD).
CBD or cannabidiol is one of the most prevalent cannabinoids found in the trichomes of the female cannabis plant and hemp. It is non-psychoactive, non-toxic and doesn’t have side effects. Because CBD is no water soluble, it’s recommended to drink hemp tea with a dash of fat as milk. Coconut oil or a small piece of regular butter will work too.