Our hemp tea is made from hand picked finest flowers from hemp plants rich in antioxidants and Cannabidiol (CBD).
CBD is one of the most prevalent Cannabidiol found in trichomes of the female cannabis hemp plant. it is non psychoactive and non toxic. Don’t worry about THC (the cannabis compound getting you high), hemp contains no more then 0.2% THC, at this small concentration you will not feel any kind of “high” after consuming the tea.
- Organic High CBD full spectrum Hemp Buds.
- Organic Chamomile Flowers.
- Organic Valerian Root.
The ingredients of our products are 100% natural and have been carefully selected to provide maximum efficacy.
Each box contains 12 Tea bags. * Caffeine Free *
How to use the CBD Hemp Tea?
It is recommended to drink hemp tea with a dash of milk, coconut oil or a small piece of butter. CBD bounds directly to any fat molecule and thus is absorbed more efficiently in our body.
Naturally-Derived Remedies to Aid Sleep & Calm Your Nerves
The Anti-Anxiety Claims of CBD Tea
A common concern among potential consumers of CBD is that it will make them experience a high. Unlike marijuana or other herbs, however, the advantage of CBD is that it does not have a psychedelic effect. The chemical component in marijuana that causes a high is THC, which is purposefully excluded or minimized in CBD products.
If CBD oil cannot make you high, then, what CAN it do?
The scientific evidence suggests that CBD can interact with GABA and serotonin receptors in the brain, both of which play a role in calming and relaxation. There are several studies showing that CBD is able to decrease the symptoms of social anxiety. A 2015 review also concluded that CBD can be useful in treating PTSD, social and generalized anxiety and even depression thanks to its calming properties.
And though the research regarding CBD as a sleeping aid is in its early stages of development, it may help with that as well, as one of the main underlying causes of sleep disorders is anxiety, and it makes sense, as the barrage of disturbing thoughts and overwhelming emotions certainly doesn’t help falling asleep at night. In fact, several people who took CBD oil for anxiety or other reasons also report falling asleep earlier and getting a better quality sleep.
Thus, CBD can have a calming and maybe even sleep-inducing effect, but not by sedating you or jump-starting sleep like a tranquilizer, but rather by relieving you of the anxiety and letting you relax.
Valerian Root Extract
Often called “nature’s Valium”, valerian root is an ancient remedy used for its calming and soothing properties all around the world at least since the Greek and Roman times.
The word “valerian” itself stems from the Latin word “valere” meaning strong or healthy, and the famous ancient doctor Hippocrates described its properties over 2 thousand years ago.
The Calming Properties of Valerian Root Extract
Valerian root contains several compounds that can potentially aid sleep and reduce anxiety, these include valerenic acid, isovaleric acid and some antioxidants.
Similarly to the way Valium and Xanax work, these compounds are linked to the inhibition of GABA(A) receptors in the brain, which yields a calming and sedative effect.
Several studies also showed that the amygdala, a region in the mid-brain associated with anxiety and emotion, was inhibited after taking a valerian root supplement.
Both the FDA and the EMA certify valerian root as a nutritional supplement.
Chamomile is one of the oldest known herbal remedy. The first written record of chamomile tea preparation comes from ancient Egypt, where it was used as a cold remedy.
With time, the range of its medical uses expanded, and it is used for anything starting from stomach cramps to sleep problems today.
The Soothing Properties of Chamomile
Sleep Inducing Effect
Chamomile contains an antioxidant called apigenin, which proved to jump-start sleep. In one study, patients with chronic insomnia that took chamomile extract twice a day for a month fell asleep 15 minutes faster on average and woke up less during the night.
As for its calming properties, chamomile is at a stage of preliminary research. It is important to note, however, that, according to some studies, apigenin may interact with other drugs. These medications include anti-inflammatory medications, sedative and anti anxiety medications, anticoagulant agents, and Aspirin.