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CBD Tea Benefits To Support Your Comfort

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What's not to love about tea? It's warm, soothing, and has existed as a cultural tradition throughout history. So imagine the inherently comforting qualities of tea, combined with CBD to help support mood and more. A match made in tea heaven, right?

Here we'll spill the tea on CBD tea benefits, the best time of day to enjoy CBD tea, talk about what CBD tea tastes like, and share a personal testimonial on how CBD tea feels.

CBD has become widely popular in the last decade for being able to provide similar health benefits to the marijuana plant, while not affecting normal cognition or getting in the way of a clear mind.

4 of the Best CBD Tea Benefits?

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CBD tea features finely grounded, CBD-rich hemp in convenient tea bags to be enjoyed just as you'd enjoy any regular tea. Hemp leaves are naturally rich in a diverse array of beneficial cannabinoids and when steeped in warm water, these cannabinoids become infused - creating a calming beverage.

The following CBD tea benefits include evidence from scientific studies. Keep in mind that the majority of the research that has been performed with CBD is preliminary and has primarily been tested within animal based studies. However, the results are promising.

1. Helps To Support Comfort

A recent review by Frontiers in Pharmacology looked at CBD studies in the realm of bodily comfort from 1975 up until 2018. This review found that not only is CBD effective in the management of physical discomfort, it’s highly unlikely to cause any negative side effects. [1]

2. Helps To Support A Good Night’s Sleep

In 2013, The Journal of Psychopharmacology studied the effect of CBD on the sleep-wake cycles of rats. The study found that the group given daily administrations of CBD exhibited a significant increase in their total percentage of sleep compared to the placebo group. [2]

3. Raw & Unfiltered

It's rare that a CBD product gives you access to the raw plant itself. CBD tinctures and CBD capsules feature CBD plus a carrier oil, and CBD gummies contain CBD and a combination of natural flavors and extracts.

CBD tea is unique in that it puts you in contact with the pure, raw, unfiltered leaves and flowers of the hemp plant. This makes CBD tea the ideal choice for “purists” and those wanting to use a CBD product that is as close to the source as it gets.

4. Helps To Support A Normal Stress Response

The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) found that CBD helped to support a normal stress response in animal based studies. Subjects were found to have decreased behavioral signals of stress as well as a decreased stress-related physiological symptoms like heart-rate as well [3].

When Should I Drink CBD Tea?

The best time of day to take CBD tea will differ from person to person. This difference is due not only to each individual's unique biodiversity, but also the balancing effect that takes place when CBD interacts with our body's endocannabinoid system (ECS).

For some, CBD provides a sense of alertness, while others report feeling more relaxed and sleepy. If CBD makes you feel alert, CBD tea first thing in the morning or after lunch can help you to support focus. Whereas if CBD makes you feel relaxed and tired, taking it up to an hour before bedtime will help to support a good night’s sleep.

Your proclivity towards feeling either relaxed or alert will take experimentation on your part to determine. Be patient while you find the right dose and time of day to enjoy CBD.

What Does CBD Tea Taste Like?

The taste of CBD tea is depends upon how long you soak your CBD tea bag.

When CBD-rich hemp leaves are steeped in hot water for 2-4 minutes, the taste of the hemp will be subtle, light, and earthy. However, if you enjoy a stronger flavor of hemp, you're free to steep your tea bag 5-8 minutes for a stronger hemp taste that is both nutty and earthy.

The taste of hemp is very distinct, but we've found that the flavor is mild in hemp tea as it's being diluted in water. We recommend that people who are not fond of the taste of hemp try a CBD tea that is infused with a second flavor, for example, CBD tea with Chamomile. Chamomile has a sweet, floral taste that works to effortlessly mask hemp's natural flavor for a warm and tasty treat that helps to support a good night’s sleep.

If you try CBD tea and decide that the taste of hemp is not for you, there's plenty of other CBD products for sale that you can try. CBD edibles like CBD Gummies and CBD mints have become a popular way for customers to get all the benefits of hemp, without the strong taste.

Will CBD Tea Show Up On A Drug Test?

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There is always the possibility that use of a CBD product could reflect on a drug test. Keep in mind, traditional drug screenings test for the presence of the cannabinoid, Tetrahydrocannabinol(THC), not cannabidiol (CBD)

Full Spectrum CBD products contain under 0.3% THC, a scant amount that is highly unlikely to induce a high. However, when CBD products are taken on a daily basis or in large amounts, the possibility of testing positive for the presence of THC in your system increases.


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Benefits of CBD with Tea:

CBD is good as an easy and effective way to get your daily dose of CBD. Though CBD is available in many forms from CBD smokables to CBD gummies, virtually all CBD products come with the same base benefits of helping to support moodfocushealthy inflammatory functionnormal joint mobilitya good night’s sleep, and more.

CBD tea is specifically an ideal way to enjoy CBD because it’s smoke-free and can be combined with other loose leaf teas, like chamomile, to bring about diverse benefits. User also report enjoying the cozy feel that a warm of tea adds to either the beginning or end of the day.

CBD Tea Effects

The effects of CBD tea can be felt anywhere from 15 minutes to an hour after consumption, depending on when you last ate. All CBD products have the same general benefits: a sense of relaxation, mood, normal inflammatory function, and more. However, the onset and duration of effects vary from product to product.

For each unique method there is available to take CBD, there is a different route of administration. Inhalation, ingestion, and topical application are all popular CBD routes of administration, possessing different effects. Here is a breakdown for how long it takes each unique type of CBD to kick-in:

  • Inhaling: 5 minutes
  • Sublingual: 15 minutes
  • Topical: 15 minutes
  • Ingesting: 45 minutes to 2 hours

When you drink a hot cup of CBD tea, you might not feel the effects as fast as when you take  CBD oil or enjoy a CBD smokable, but ingestible effects have been shown to last longer. Therefore, CBD tea could potentially benefit those who want their CBD dose to last longer rather than to work faster. Keep in mind, times listed may vary depending on height, weight, and other lifestyle factors.

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Does CBD Tea Contain THC?

Yes, CBD tea may contain trace amounts of THC.

When CBD tea is made from full grown hemp flowers, it will contain the full complexity of the hemp plant, including: over 100+ cannabinoids, terpenes, and plant esters. Hemp plants are rich in CBD and naturally contain under 0.3% THC. Therefore, when consuming a whole plant CBD product, commonly called Full Spectrum CBD, you will come into contact with THC, but in such small amounts, you’d have to consume a lot in order to experience a ‘high’.

If you’re purchasing CBD tea that is marketed as “ THC Free” it’s important to ensure you’re not purchasing a CBD isolate product. The CBD market is new and enough restrictions haven’t been imposed in order to protect consumers from unsafe synthetic CBD

Can I Make My Own CBD tea?

If you’re interested in making your own CBD tea, it’s easy. All you need to do is purchase a set of tea bags and loose leaf hemp flowers.

You can place as much or as little loose leaf hemp flowers in the tea bag as you prefer and mix it with other popular tea leaves: lavender, rose, or chamomile. Be sure to grind or chop the raw hemp flowers before using them in the tea bags. Steep for 2-8 minutes, depending on the strength of flavor you prefer, and enjoy.

Neurogan CBD Tea: A Family Tradition

Our co-founder, Jan Brandrup, gained his first inspiration for Neurogan from a cup of tea. Each day, his Grandmother Karen would retrieve a glass jar full of hemp from the cabinet and brew herself a warm cup of tea. He would watch in awe as her vitality returned, by virtue of simple plant medicine. This experience sparked his distinct fascination with hemp and an eventual desire to spread its healing attributes.

Today, we continue Grandmother Karen’s tradition through the creation of our very own hemp extracts made with the same simple ingredients she would use. Our top-notch team handcrafts all of our hemp products through CO2 extraction and great attention to detail.

We're happy to offer delicious, soothing CBD tea in two flavors: CBD & Chamomile Tea and Original CBD Tea bags.

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What is CBD Tea?

CBD tea is a beverage infused with cannabidiol (CBD), a non-intoxicating compound derived from the hemp plant. It offers a convenient and enjoyable way to consume CBD, known for its potential calming and therapeutic effects, without the psychoactive properties of THC.

What are the benefits of CBD Tea?

CBD tea benefits includes promoting relaxation, reducing stress and anxiety, supporting better sleep, and potentially alleviating mild pain and inflammation. 

What are the effects of CBD Tea?

CBD tea's effects may include relaxation, reduced anxiety, and potential alleviation of mild pain or inflammation. These effects can be felt anywhere from 15 minutes to an hour after ingestion, depending on when you last ate.

How to Make CBD Tea?

Simply steep a tea bag of your preferred tea blend into boiling water. After steeping, add a few drops of high-quality CBD oil or a CBD-infused tea bag to the hot water, stirring well to ensure even distribution. Allow the CBD to dissolve fully before consuming the tea.

What does CBD tea do?

CBD tea interacts with the endocannabinoid system, potentially promoting relaxation, reducing anxiety, and offering mild pain or inflammation relief. CBD effects on individuals may vary depend on factors such as CBD concentration, dosage, and an individual's unique physiology

Does CBD tea have side effects?

Yes, even though they are generally mild and well-tolerated. Some reported side effects of CBD tea include dry mouth, drowsiness, and changes in appetite.

How often should you drink CBD tea? 

It is recommended consume CBD tea up to 2-3 cups per day and gradually increase the dosage if necessary. The frequency usually depends on individual factors such as tolerance, body weight, and desired effects. 

How long does it take to feel the effects of CBD tea?

Generally, effects may be noticeable within 30 minutes to 2 hours after drinking CBD tea. It's advisable to start with a lower dosage and allow sufficient time for the body to respond before considering additional consumption.

Glory Rae Finnegan

BA, MA in Psychology Glory is a cannabis content writer and digital branding educator with a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Psychology. She’s currently working towards her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology at Alliant University in California. Glory is passionate about human psychology, destigm...

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