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Light cannabis herbal tea

In this article we will talk about "edible cannabis" and the uses that can be made of hemp in the kitchen. Specifically we will tell you:

  1. The use of cannabis in history
  2. Decarboxylation
  3. Ingredients for light cannabis herbal tea
  4. Method
  5. Effects of herbal tea

If we were to ask the first person on the street: how is cannabis used ? In 99% of cases he would say -You smoke! In the collective imagination, Cannabis is a "thing" that is smoked, at most vaporized , some may even hypothesize that it can be eaten. And it's true, Cannabis can be used in all these ways but there is another way to make the most of this plant: Cannabis tea . A method as old as man, tasty, pleasant and healthy.

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The use of Cannabis in history

Historians refer to Indian populations as the first to use Cannabis tea : "bhang" , a green paste that is transformed into a drink in a second phase, often used during religious ceremonies to find one's Dharma. This paste is produced with leaves, seeds and shoots, crushed in a mortar and subsequently combining milk and clarified butter. This practice is absolutely different from infusion, because it first "binds" the cannabinoids present in Cannabis to a form of fat, in this case clarified butter, and then involves the infusion to prepare a tea. The best way to take cannabinoids to their full potential.

But why all this process? Simple: cannabinoids are not soluble in water!

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Chemically this step is defined as decarboxylation , simplifying the conversion of acidic and inactive compounds such as THCA and CBDA, through an increase in temperature, into THC and CBD , the active ingredients that "interest us". So it will be enough to cook to trigger this mechanism . The Cannabis that we will have available, through this process, will then be ready for infusion and obtain a satisfactory result.

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Ingredients for light cannabis herbal tea

5g of light Cannabis inflorescences

10g of melted butter

300 ml of almond milk

some tea leaves and metal infuser

ginger and cinnamon to taste


The first thing to do is to decarboxylate the Cannabis light inflorescences , to better enjoy the CBD present, so we spread our buds well in a container and put them in the oven at 110° for exactly one hour. The ideal and perfect temperature would be 106° , with traditional ovens it is practically impossible, so unless you have some equipment to regulate the temperature, set it to 110° and wait confidently.

Not above 120° please! The combustion process would begin and the inflorescences would lose their effectiveness.

In the meantime, mix the butter, milk, tea leaves and leave to rest at room temperature for 45 minutes. At this point, take a pan, add a liter of water, the vegetable mixture with butter and almond milk, the inflorescences inside the metal infuser, and cook at a very low temperature for approximately twenty minutes. Sift, add ginger, cinnamon and honey to taste. And your cannabis light tea will be ready.

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The beneficial effects are multiple, many scientific studies have revealed therapeutic potential to alleviate various problems related to the digestive system such as digestion, cramps, diarrhea and acid reflux. CBD has other peculiarities and therapeutic specifications thanks to its anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving action which can reduce certain states of colon inflammation, arthritis and other problems related to pain therapy.

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