PREMIUM HEMP TEA
Ceremony Hemp Leaf Tea is made with organic hemp leaf and mature flower, powerful adaptogens, and soothing florals for a delicious blend that provides support to these vital human systems:
endocannabinoid, adrenal, digestive, nervous, respiratory, endocrine, and lymphatic immune. Rich in iron, zinc, potassium, magnesium, fiber and phosphorous, hemp leaves are also full of polyphenols, and powerful antioxidants. Hemp flower is also rich in cannabinoids like CBD,CBC, & CBG as well as terpenes.
Ceremony Tea is a beautiful, delicious, and holistic blend that is perfect for use anytime of the day.
Ingredients: Hemp leaf, Hemp Flower, Tulsi, Ashwaganda, Astragalus, Calendula, Skullcap, Rose, Corn Flower, Lemongrass, Lemon Balm, Lavender, Orange Peel, & Hibiscus.
HEMP TEA FACTS
A History of Hemp Tea
People have been drinking hemp tea for millennia. Because of its many health benefits, people have turned to hemp tea, which is often called cannabis tea, for its medicinal properties as well as using it for their religious rituals and ceremonies. In recent years, modern science has proven the plethora of health benefits associated with hemp products including tea.
Hemp tea can be made by steeping hemp in hot water just like any other herbal tea. In hemp tea, the dried flowers and leaves are used from the hemp plant or cannabis sativa. The resulting infusion will be green/brown in color and have a slightly bitter taste.
Different types of hemp tea
Depending on the type of plant cuttings you use, organic hemp tea can be made by using the buds, flowers, seeds, leaves, stalks and stems and even the roots of the plant.
Young hemp tea (leaves)
Young hemp tea is made by using dried clippings from the young cannabis plant. Young hemp tea is used mostly as a supplement for vitamins and chlorophyllas it has a lower cannabinoid (CBD) content than mature hemp tea. Young hemp tea is available in tea bags as well as loose leaf tea.
Young hemp tea benefits: increases red blood cell count
detoxifies the body
takes care of hormonal balance
prevents kidney stone formation
stimulates the immune system
improves gastrointestinal function
helps with insomnia
promotes wound healing
strengthens the bones
it takes care for a healthy oral cavity and prevents bad breath
Mature hemp tea (flower)
Similar to young hemp tea, mature hemp tea (often called just hemp tea) is made by using the flowers and leaves of the cannabis plant. Mature hemp tea uses older plants which have much higher levels of CBD as well as vitamins and chlorophyll. Mature hemp tea is non-psychoactive, which means it won’t get you high or stoned, but it will bring you all the usual benefits of taking CBD. Mature hemp tea is available in tea bags as well as loose leaf tea.
Mature hemp tea benefits:
alleviates symptoms of nausea
improves gastrointestinal functions
relieves chronic pain
improves heart health
alleviates respiratory problems
eases inflammation of the pancreas
prevents symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease
Some people make their hemp tea by adding a few drops of CBD oil, often called hemp oil, to their regular tea, but you can also get CBD tea in tea bags. CBD oil is not water soluble, so you should add a fat, like coconut oil or butter, which will help your body absorb the CBD. CBD tea has all the benefits that we can get from mature hemp tea, including easing migraines, pain relief and improving numerous body functions.
Cannabis root tea
You can also make tea with fresh roots of the cannabis plant. This type of tea takes a little more preparation if you’re doing it at home and involves cleaning, drying and powdering the root. You can also buy cannabis root tea in tea bags. It has all the beneficial properties of any other hemp tea. Some people like to add spices like anise or cinnamon to cannabis root tea because it can taste quite bitter.
Cannabis root tea has been used for millennia as a medicine for postpartum haemorrhage, gout, joint problems, fever, bruises, toothaches and as a diuretic. Hemp roots, like hemp, contain many useful chemical compounds which gives us numerous benefits:
Friedelin – protects the liver and acts as an antioxidant
Epifriedelanol – prevents tumor formation
Pentacyclic triterpene ketones – can “kill” cancer cells, suppress inflammation, destroy bacteria and act as a diuretic
Piperidine – it is used to make medicines for use in psychiatry
Pyrrolidine – it is used for preparation of stimulants
Choline – essential nutrient for maintaining cell membrane health
Atropine – relaxes eye muscles and alleviates respiratory problems
Is there CBD in hemp tea?
Hemp tea is full of CBD. The CBD content is one of the main reasons for its many health benefits.
Hemp tea benefits & CBD hemp tea benefits
Hemp tea has a ton of health benefits. As it has a broad spectrum of cannabinoids, vitamins, nutrients and antioxidants, people drink it to alleviate everything from nausea to anxiety to heart disease. A huge number of studies have been launched in the last decade as more and more people are switching onto the many great health benefits associated with drinking hemp tea.
Benefits of hemp tea for chronic pain
Hemp tea can help alleviate the symptoms of chronic pain. Your body’s endocannabinoid system is involved in pain regulation. It naturally produces endocannabinoids, which are neurotransmitters, and which bind to cannabinoid receptors in the nervous system.
Because the CBD in hemp tea impacts our cannabinoid receptors and neurotransmitters, it is an effective treatment for pain-management. Furthermore, the CBD in hemp tea has anti-inflammatory properties, which help reduce swelling and the pain associated with it.
Hemp tea benefits for anxiety and depression
Because CBD affects the brain’s receptors for serotonin, one of its main benefits is its anxiolytic (anxiety-relieving) effects and its capability to regulate mood and social behaviour. Drinking hemp tea is a great way to get the CBDthat can help fight depression and anxiety.
Serotonin is one of the neurotransmitters that improves mood and reduces stress. Studies have found that CBD increases the effects of serotoninby enhancing the activity of the receptors onto which serotonin binds. Drinking hemp tea can potentially help those suffering from depression by helping improve mood and controlling stress.
Benefits for heart disease
Heart disease is caused by narrowed or blocked blood vessels in the heart, resulting in chest pain (angina), heart attack or stroke. Hemp tea has anti-inflammatory and antioxidative properties, and can, therefore, help fight heart disease. The CBD content can also alleviate high blood pressure (called hypertension) and can also be a useful complementary therapy for people whose hypertension is worsened by anxiety and stress.
Benefits for healthy lungs
Drinking hemp tea can help people with any kind of respiratory conditions like asthma as well as helping people with allergies. CBD is a bronchodilator, which means it helps widen the airways and vessels in the lungs (called bronchioles), as well as having anti-inflammatory and anti-spasmodic properties. Drinking hemp tea is a great way to alleviate the symptoms of conditions to do with breathing.
Benefits for sleep disorders/insomnia
People affected by sleep disorders often suffer from symptoms that include daytime fatigue, irregular breathing and/or increased movement while asleep. Drinking hemp tea can help support a more restful and deeper sleep. Studies have found that CBD, which is prevalent in hemp tea, reduces REM sleep disorder, as well as helping alleviate other symptoms that can exacerbate sleep disorders like chronic pain or anxiety. In addition to tea, many people are also using CBD oil for insomnia and other symptoms connected to it.
Does hemp tea get you high?
Most hemp tea is made from the hemp plant, which is different to the marijuana plant. Unlike the THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) found in marijuana, the CBD in hemp tea is neither psychoactive nor psychotropic. So no, hemp tea does not get you high.