CBD hemp mixture for a unique, enjoyable hemp tea. Obtained from Czech hemp and combined with hibiscus. Contains 0.6 percent cannabidiol. Contains no THC.
In this exquisite CBD tea blend, the dried cannabis buds are combined with Sudanese hibiscus. The hemp plants are grown in the Czech Republic and picked by hand. The hibiscus CBD hemp tea contains all natural and valuable cannabinoids including CBD, terpenes, flavonoids and essential oils from cannabis.
Cannabis is commonly referred to as a banned drug, but that is purely the intoxicating part of hemp – the THC of hemp bloom. However, hemp can do much more and has accompanied man for millennia. Today, the effect of hemp on human health is researched or, better said, rediscovered. This is about cannabidiol obtained from hemp, or CBD for short – WITHOUT the intoxicating THC effect!Click here for a personal CBD check with 10 questions
What is CBD? What is the effect of cannabidiol?
This question is currently not very easy to answer. Basically, the results available so far are promising and the effect of CBD is confirmed in many ways. Cannabidiol (CBD) is a barely-psychoactive cannabinoid of female hemp. From a medical point of view, the anticonvulsant, anti-inflammatory, anxiolytic effect of CBD is known today and it also helps with nausea. Other pharmacological effects, such as an antipsychotic effect, however, are still being explored. In any case, CBD continues to question science.
How can the CBD molecule affect so many different parts of the body? And why does this substance cause partly contradictory effects (such as improving sleep quality and at the same time optimizing wakefulness)? In summary, these questions are often answered by the adaptogenic (= adaptive or modulating) effect of CBD.
Maybe that’s why CBD is not so easy to detect medically as the human body can produce cannabinoids themselves, called endocannabinoids, and these are of particular importance in the neural network. Meanwhile, a team of scientists from brain research could typify this substance as a messenger. A messenger that is even able to mimic the intoxicating effects of THC. At this point, it raises the interesting question of how it can be that a natural substance that even the human body can simulate is prohibited by the Narcotic Substance Act, but alcohol is legal despite all harmful effects. Of course – not every question needs a comprehensible answer.
In the course of the Health Claims Regulation, we must appeal to the possible form regarding the healthy effects of CBD on the human body. CBD can have a positive effect on the human nervous system and have a supporting effect here.
CBD as a messenger for the human nervous system
To understand the functional principle of CBD, it is helpful to think of the organism as a multitude of complex systems, all communicating and interacting with each other. The all-interconnected network of these systems is the nervous system with its neurotransmitters. These are messenger substances and serve to forward the signals from one cell to the next. CBD is a special form of this transmitter. Examples of systems associated with the nervous system:
- Immune system
- Endocrine system
- Cardiovascular system
- Respiratory system
- and many more
CBD hemp tea with hibiscus, 50 grams with 0.6% cannabidiol
This CBD tea was produced for Nordic Oil in the Czech Republic. A pack of hemp tea contains:
- Hemp herb (flowers, leaves and seeds)
- Sudanese hibiscus
- 0.6% CBD
- Hemp tea in an opaque paper bag
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Correctly storing CBD hemp tea with hibiscus, 50 grams with 0.6% cannabidiol
Avoid direct sunlight and high temperatures (> 25 °) over long periods of time.
Preparing the CBD hemp tea for the optimal effect
To make the tea, use one tablespoon of tea per 250-300 ml of water.