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Hemp tea and its effects
Relief in chronic pain
One of the main reasons why a cannabis flower is so popular is its ability to reduce chronic pain. The active substances contained in the tea are absorbed through the digestive tract and the liver. The first effects of the tea can be felt after about 30-90 minutes. The effect lasts about 4-8 hours. Due to the long-lasting and beneficial effects on the body, tea is recommended as a supplement, especially for patients with cancer, AIDS, MS and rheumatoid arthritis.
Helps with anxiety, depression, nausea and vomiting
Anxiety and depression are among the most common modern mental illnesses. Cannabinoids (especially CBDa) contained in tea act on the nervous system and help calm the psyche. At the same time, cannabinoids regenerate damaged cells of the nervous system. CBD is also effective against nausea and vomiting.
Improves lung function
Scientific research has shown that CBD can act as a bronchodilator and facilitate respiratory flow. Therefore, it is advisable that people with respiratory problems regularly drink tea from the hemp flower.
Strengthens the cardiovascular system
In addition to healthy eating and exercise, cannabis can have a very big impact on a healthy lifestyle. According to studies, cannabinoids help stabilize blood pressure and improve the circulation in tissues.
Helps fight obesity
A very important factor that can cause a stroke is being overweight. A Korean study showed that CBD turns bad white adipocytes into healthy brown fat cells. Calorie consumption in the body also increases and the regeneration of bad fat cells is inhibited, which in turn may contribute to the regulation of body weight.
Helps with sleep disorders
Tea is perfect for people who have trouble falling asleep. 1-2 hours after drinking tea, the user feels a soothing effect that makes sleeping easier. In addition to the above effects, CBD products also have a number of other health benefits.
The advantages of hemp flower tea
Tea is an old drink from Asia. Traditionally, it is prepared from tea leaves, however, because cannabis is extremely versatile, hemp leaves or cannabis flower can also be used to make this old drink. The whole plant - from root to flower - can be used to improve your overall health and well-being. In addition to CBD oil, pastes, creams, capsules and e-liquid, you can benefit from the effects of growing cannabis by preparing one of two special teas.
Hemp tea or hemp flower tea. What is the difference? How do you prepare them? What do you need to pay attention to? You will find the answers to these questions below.
Hemp tea or hemp flower tea
The main difference between these two types of tea is, as the name suggests, the composition.
While hemp tea contains hemp blossoms as well as other components of the hemp plant (e.g. leaves), hemp blossom tea contains only hemp blossoms, which contain most of the ingredients of the cannabis plant, which are said to have a positive effect on health; it is therefore mostly a somewhat higher quality and therefore more expensive product.
However, the following must be attributed to hemp tea (a mixture of flowers and leaves): in the leaves of the cannabis plant other terpenes can be contained than in the blossoms. Whatever you decide, there is probably no better way to enjoy a cup of gentle relaxation than to drink one of these teas before bedtime! In the case of free sale hemp tea, there is no need to worry about legality or intoxication, as the intoxicating THC is only found in traces (< 0.2 %).
CBD – Cannabidiol
For those who have little or no experience with CBD, here is a brief introduction to the topic. CBD is ranked after THC as the most famous cannabinoid derived from hemp. While THC is psychoactive, CBD has a calming and relaxing effect.
A number of health-promoting effects have already been confirmed by scientific studies.
CBD users report a number of positive effects on well-being and the body. The effect of cannabidiol always depends on the concentration, the duration of use, but also on each person. In general, the more severe the disease/the greater the symptoms, the higher the concentration of CBD needed. The broad spectrum of action of cannabidiol can be explained by the fact that it interacts with a specific system in the body, the endocannabinoid system, which has receptors called CB1 and CB2 throughout the body.
This fairly newly discovered system influences and regulates functions in the entire body, also using the body's own cannabinoids (endocannabinoids). Cannabinoids from plants (phytocannabinoids) act in the body in a similar way to its own messenger substances, the deficiency of which can trigger many symptoms of the disease.
Tea with cannabis flowers can relieve side effects
When taking some medications, the relatively frequently occurring side effects often include symptoms such as nausea, dizziness, changes in blood pressure (usually drops in blood pressure) and fatigue.
As described above, both CBD and CBDa are excellent for counteracting all these side effects. Tea is also an excellent remedy for virtually all the side effects of THC-containing drugs, but especially for intoxication; CBD counteracts the intoxicating effects of THC, can regulate appetite and generally calm the psyche.
Preparation and consumption of Hemp tea
The longer you brew the tea, the stronger the effect of cannabinoids and terpenes. Normally, it should take between 8 and 15 minutes.
While cannabidiolic acid and terpenes are soluble in water, CBD is more fat-soluble. In order to dissolve the cannabinoids sufficiently in the tea water, it should be prepared, for example, with a little milk, since the fat contained in the milk can dissolve the cannabidiol very well. Coconut oil, butter or a small piece of bread can achieve the same effect.
Tip: To dissolve the CBD contained in the hemp blossoms of the tea, you can simply add a few drops of CBD oil to the tea instead of fats or bread and thus achieve an increased effect.
Drink hemp tea at least an hour before bedtime, because the soothing effect appears about 60 minutes later.
CBDa - Main active ingredient in hemp flower tea
The main active ingredient often found in various hemp teas is the water-soluble CBDa, which is currently less well known and less researched than CBD. This is cannabidiolic acid, a precursor of cannabidiol, which occurs in the plant in larger quantities than CBD.
Under the influence of light and temperature, CBDa converts to CBD. A scientific study has found that in the presence of CBDa, CBD absorption in the body is increased by a factor of 2. Since all natural cannabidiol products contain both CBD and CBDa, it can, therefore, be assumed that the body absorbs a maximum of the CBD present.
Compared to synthetic products, which usually do not contain CBDa, herbal products are more effective. If they are also full spectrum products, you can also benefit from all other ingredients such as terpenes and flavonoids. The bottom line is that, although tea has a relatively low CBD content, it can have a relatively large effect because the CBDa ensures a maximum absorption rate by increasing the bioavailability of the CBD it contains.
Further CBDa effects
However, improving the bioavailability of CBD is by no means the only effect attributed to cannabidiolic acid.
Although this "precursor" of CBD is currently even worse researched than the "final product", similar health-promoting and sometimes even more effective effects are already known. The most important health-promoting effect proven by studies is an anti-inflammatory effect, whereby cannabidiolic acid even has a higher anti-inflammatory effect than CBD.
In addition, this main active ingredient of hemp tea has been shown to be at least 10 times more effective in the treatment of nausea, vomiting and above all anxiety through interaction with the serotonin receptor 5-HT1A. Furthermore, CBDa also has an antibacterial (perhaps even more so than CBD) effect and can effectively inhibit the growth of tumour cells.