7 Reasons You Should Start Drinking Cannabis Tea…

Cannabis Tea Recipe and Benefits

It is well-known that inhaling and eating cannabis has a variety of health benefits. But did you know that you can also drink it?

It is one of most healthy beverages on earth. It is rich in vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants.

People use it to alleviate everything, including stress and morning sickness.

Modern research now gives us a better picture of how it can improve our overall health.

These 7 amazing cannabis tea health benefits are highlighted, as well as a recipe you could try.

#1 Could Prevent Alzheimer's Disease

Can cannabis be used to prevent Alzheimer’s Disease

Science says that the answer is yes.

Preclinical studies published in The Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease showed that small amounts of THC slowed down the production of beta-amyloid protein.

What is the point?

The hallmark feature of Alzheimer’s Disease is beta-amyloid proteins.

Even though the results are preliminary, they indicate that cannabinoids may be neuroprotective and could help prevent the onset Alzheimer’s Disease.

There have not been any studies yet to evaluate the effects of cannabis-infused tea on patients with Alzheimer’s. We do know that cannabis has neuroprotective and anti-inflammatory properties.

Consuming cannabis tea is just one way to provide your body with powerful cannabinoids.

#2 Reduces Bowel Problems

Cannabis can not only reduce nausea but also aids in digestion.

Cannabis can ease symptoms like constipation, cramping and diarrhea.

This can be life-changing for those suffering from gastrointestinal disorders, such as IBS and Crohn’s disease.
The research suggests that cannabis interacts directly with the endogenous CBD receptors in your digestive tract to reduce pain and muscle spasms.

Cannabis tea may be a great way for you to treat these symptoms. Your gut because the cannabinoids are headed straight for your body.

Why not just ingest cannabis when you are feeling ill?

Drinking tea is therapeutic by itself. The healing properties of cannabis infusions make it even more enjoyable.

#3 Cannabis Tea Eases Nausea

Nausea Remedy

Are you sick to your stomach?

Nausea is a common feeling that we all know.

Although it is not pleasant, nausea can be a defense mechanism for our bodies. It is how we fight toxic substances.

Our bodies are usually able to quickly fight off invaders so queasy feelings don’t last too long.
What happens if nausea is persistent?

Nausea is often a sign of serious illness.

People who are undergoing chemotherapy often experience nausea.

This may make you wonder if cannabis could help.

The active ingredient in cannabis, THC has been shown to reduce nausea and stimulate appetite.

According to the British Medical Association’s review of 13 studies, nausea and vomiting after chemotherapy is one of the most supported therapeutic uses of cannabis.

Imagine the therapeutic benefits of cannabis tea.

It is possible to reap the anti-nausea effects of cannabis, and it would also be very easy on your stomach. Cannabis tea can also be a great way to increase your appetite, especially if you use the right strain of THC.

For patients who are at risk of death from weight loss, this could make a significant difference in their lives.

#4 Heart Health

Regular exercise and healthy eating habits can prevent many types of heart disease.
Did you know that cannabis could be a good addition to your mix?

Cannabinoids can lower blood pressure and improve circulation according to a study published in Pharmacological Research.

The compounds in cannabis act by relaxing and widening the arteries.

This is why it is so important.

Heart disease and heart attack can be caused by high blood pressure and blocked vessels.
This could be changed by cannabis.

We are not suggesting that you smoke cannabis to lower your blood pressure. It has been proven that smoking cannabis can increase a person’s heart beat.

It could be helpful to drink it as a tea.

As long as you don’t consume too much, the effects of these substances are mild and gentle.

How much alcohol should you drink?

Start with one serving. We recommend that you only have one glass. You should monitor your body’s reaction and wait at least two hours before you consume more.

Gradually increase your dose if needed.

BONUS TIP – Want to make your own infusions? Scroll down to find a simple recipe for cannabis tea.

#5 Enhance Lung Health

Lung Health

Did you know cannabis enhances, not inhibits, the function of the lung
Cannabis works as a bronchodilator, not as a bronchoconstrictor like tobacco.

Also, cannabis decreases resistance in your respiratory tract and increases the flow of air.
It gets better…

Cannabis could be used to treat lung carcinoma.

Harvard University researchers have found that THC significantly reduces lung cancer tumor growth by 50 per cent . THC has also been shown to significantly lower the cancer’s ability to spread.

If you want to get the full benefits of cannabis without having to smoke it, then cannabis tea might be a good alternative.

This is especially helpful if you have a serious respiratory condition.

#6 Helps with Depression and Anxiety

Anxiety and depression are the most common conditions people suffer from.

It is estimated that 350,000,000 people worldwide suffer from depression. Anxiety affects one in thirteen people around the world.

In fact, anxiety disorder is the most common form of mental illness in America.
What if cannabis could be a solution?

Infusing this medicinal herb in tea form can provide relief.

Studies have shown that cannabis has powerful neuroprotective properties. This plays an important role in controlling emotional behavior.

These effects can partly be explained by the many components of cannabis.

Antioxidants in cannabis help to repair DNA and protect it from further damage. It is also a powerful anti-inflammatory that can aid with brain swelling.

But that’s not all…

Anxiety and depression are often caused by brain inflammation.

Cannabis reduces inflammation and helps the brain heal from stress.

The bottom line?

Cannabis is not an all-purpose treatment for anxiety or depression. More research is needed to prove any claims.

We do know, however, that cannabis can have positive effects.

A relaxing cup of tea is a great way to relax and get some relief.

The process is not only soothing, but it also has healing properties that can help your mental health.

#7 Reduces Chronic Pain

Chronic Pain Remedy

Are you suffering from chronic pain?

There is evidence that cannabis may be beneficial.

Here’s why:

Cannabinoids are compounds found in cannabis such as CBD and THC. They have pain-fighting capabilities.

The active ingredients of cannabis are absorbed by the liver and digestive track when you consume it.

It takes the tea to kick in on average for 30-90 minutes.

What is the point?

The process of pain relief continues.

Similar to eating edibles, the effects will usually last between 4-8 hours. However, it is possible for effects to start up as soon as 2 hours after.

Cannabis-infused tea is particularly beneficial for chronic conditions such as cancer, AIDS and MS due to its slow-acting, but long-lasting effects.

One cup of tea is better than taking pain medication several times a day.

BONUS TIP – For maximum cannabinoid absorption consider drinking special teas with fat sources. This will allow your body to more efficiently metabolize cannabinoids.

Are you interested in trying cannabis tea? Here are some tips and a recipe.

The best thing about cannabis-infused tea? It’s easy to make.

It is possible to do it in many different ways.

You can use leaves, buds, keif and even stems.
Remember that THC does not dissolve in water, so you need to heat your cannabis first with butter, milk, or coconut oil.

This will allow THC molecules to mix with fat molecules, creating a psychoactive tea.
Here’s an easy recipe to get you started.

Cannabis Tea Ingredients

  • 1/2 gram of cannabis flower
  • 1/2 teaspoon butter
  • 1 teabag
  • 2 cups of water
  • Optional Honey to Taste

Cannabis Tea Recipe

Cannabis Tea

Making cannabis tea is easy than you may think. For a soothing and healthy beverage, follow these steps.

Prep Time 30 Minutes

Cook Time 30-45 Minutes

Serving size: 1 cup tea. (Wait at minimum 2 hours before drinking more.)

Step 1: Grind 1/2 gram flower

Step 2: Mix butter and ground flower in a medium saucepan. Bring the mixture to boil.

Step 3: Transfer the mixture to a bag or tea ball.

Step 4: Bring 2 cups of water to a boil.

Step 5: Put the tea bag in the boiling water. Reduce heat to low and simmer for at most 30 minutes.

Step 6: Open the bag and let it cool down before using.

Merry Jane, our friends from Merry Jane, points out you can also add herbs and spices for improved therapy or taste.

Start small with any cannabis tea recipe. We highly recommend it.

Another reason to start small: cannabis tea doesn’t store well, and it is best consumed fresh.

Please let us know if you have any tips or recipes you would like to share in the comments below.

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