A good cup of tea will do you good if you are cold or if you feel a little tired but the CBD tea adds to the virtues of this drink the active properties of cannabidiol, also called CBD.
Deli Hemp has decided to give you a complete dossier on CBD tea, where you can learn everything you need to know about this drink.
What is CBD tea?
Drinks like tea are a healthy habit that all of us should have.
There are CBD teas which are great for the morning, others which are suitable for the evening, for sleep, digestion, fatigue, etc.
So what is behind CBD tea?
Before containing cannabidiol, CBD tea is first of all a tea.
Tea is an infusion made from the leaves and buds of a plant called Camellia Sinensis (or one of its subspecies like Camellia Sinensis Sinensis, Camellia Sinensis Assamica and Camellia Cambogiana). There is often confusion regarding CBD tea and CBD infusion but be aware that if you are brewing an herb, Roiboos, flower or leaves of another plant than Camellia Sinensis, it is not tea but a CBD infusion.
If you are looking for gentle morning awakenings, CBD tea will be your perfect companion.
Why drink CBD tea?
Legal cannabis, or more commonly known as CBD, has real positive and nutritional characteristics. It may be good to take it as an infusion or as a tea.
Consuming CBD tea is an easy, effective, and delicious way to consume CBD.
Indeed among the benefits of CBD tea, it helps improve mood, relieve certain discomforts, help digest and sleep well.
CBD will also help reduce chronic pain, including joint pain.
Cannabidiol can provide relief from ailments such as stress, anxiety and depression, thanks to its calming properties that act on the central nervous system. It also helps to boost the immune system but also to promote the proper functioning of cartilage and joints, it relaxes and has benefits on the cardiovascular system.
As we all already know, CBD is a very good natural alternative for the treatment of different ailments.
What are the side effects of CBD tea?
Side effects of CBD are generally considered mild and uncommon. Either way, you should always stick to the recommended doses. Even though CBD is widely considered to be non-toxic, it does have the potential to interact with certain drugs. If you are concerned about potential contraindications, consult your doctor.