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Making Inroads into the Wellness Industry
Guest Contribution by Crystal Willson
Owing to the recent legalization and increased benefits, hemp has managed to become a household name. Not just that – given the many therapeutic benefits it offers, hemp is also emerging as a popular part of the wellness industry. Hemp tea is a cannabis infusion beverage that people worldwide are now incorporating into their lives. The concoction of the hemp plant contains an abundance of cannabinoids and offers several health benefits.
Are you wondering what is hemp tea or how is it becoming a part of the wellness industry? Dive right in to find out everything about hemp tea and how it can help you achieve overall wellbeing.
Preparation: Importance of Brewing and a Recipe
When preparing hemp tea, it is imperative to brew it carefully as the process will decide the effects. If you properly brew hemp tea, its color can vary from dark green to brownish. The color usually depends upon the part of the herb from which you are making the tea. If you want to enjoy the therapeutic effects of hemp tea, you can get your hands on the best budget buds available.
The hemp plant leaves are added to hot water and brewed for at least three minutes to prepare hemp tea. For proper absorption of all the components released from the hemp leaves, you can add a little cow milk or maybe even a few drops of edible essential oils into the tea, which—due to their lyophilic nature—hold all the components together.
The ancient Chinese people were known to prepare tea from the hemp plant to relieve aches and pains. They were the first people to have created and consumed this beverage. In search of a quick way to prepare hemp tea? Outlined below is one of their most common recipes for preparing it with ease.
The preparation of hemp tea only requires four primary ingredients:
- 3 cups water
- One tea bag of any flavor
- 1/2 tbsp butter
- 1 tbsp hemp infusion
- Boil 3 cups of water and then pour the butter and hemp infusion into it.
- Boil the mixture for around 7 minutes before adding tea of your choice.
- Next, strain your tea into a cup.
- Remove the hemp infusion and serve it hot.
The same tea can be made with milk, as milk is also a lyophilic source. All you can do here is simply replace the water with milk. You can use any kind of milk since it gives the tea an additional flavor.
If you’re wondering whether hemp tea gets you high, you can rest assured – the hemp plant goes into the tea and not marijuana. THC is a compound that causes one to feel a euphoric high, which is found in marijuana. On the other hand, hemp tea contains CBD and only traces of THC. CBD is not psychoactive. So, this tea cannot get you high.
Hemp Tea Paves its Way Into the Health Industry
Hemp is an herb that contains a wealth of vitamins, minerals, and other antioxidants capable of improving life in small yet significant ways. Here are a few benefits hemp tea can provide.
The cannabinoid CBD is an effective analgesic that can help you with mild to moderate pain, including pains caused by the central nervous system. Hemp tea provides relief to all the individuals who suffer from chronic pain, as CBD naturally produces endocannabinoids. Various studies have proven the safety and efficacy of hemp extracts in managing pain related to rheumatoid arthritis, cancer pain, and even central and peripheral neuropathic pain.
In today’s busy lifestyle, it’s difficult for the body to consume essential antioxidants. This causes various bodily degradations, including aging. So, to stay youthful, healthy, and even beautiful for a long time, hemp tea has an abundance of antioxidants and is considered a great option.
Can Help to Deal with Nausea
The CBD present in hemp offers relief from abdominal muscle cramps, hence eliminating the feeling of nausea. It also stops the transmission of the pain signals, which can cause pain through digestive discomfort.
Natural Antidepressant and Sedative
Nowadays, stress pervades human life and has various adverse effects on the human body. The abundance of CBD in hemp can help alleviate stress. Hemp tea can induce a relaxing effect and also help uplift the mood of some individuals, thus helping them cope well with the never-ending workload and other stresses of life.
Helps with Inflammation
Inflammation is the body’s natural response to harmful germs entering the body. It’s a natural bodily process through which the white blood cells in your body protect you from threats such as infection. While it is initially good for you in the short term, chronic inflammation could lead to several complications. Hemp tea can work as a natural anti-inflammatory agent owing to the high CBD content and prove highly useful for chronic inflammation.
Hemp tea has various health benefits and can help you cope with stress more effectively, giving a considerable boost to the immune system and metabolism. All these health benefits have caused many people to switch from other medicinal substances to hemp tea. Make hemp tea a part of your daily diet to start your journey of wellness.
Crystal Willson is a full-time content writing specialist. She has been closely monitoring CBD trends for quite some time. She has worked in various domains before CBD. She also likes traveling to different places. On her off days, she likes to spend time with her family, lift weights, and read novels.
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