Use 1 teabag per cup of 205º water.
Cover and steep for 3 to 7 minutes.
Remove tea bag and enjoy!
In the Know
Used medicinally for thousands of years, turmeric is widely known as a powerful anti-inflammatory and antioxidant, whose earthy notes settle the mind and calm the soul. When combined with spicy ginger, and assisted by black pepper, the healing potential magnifies. Add a kind dose of our water-soluble CBD, and the results are a stunning cup of ancient, yet modern delight. *Finally, our CBD Turmeric & Ginger Tea has been tested to reveal zero percent THC.
Water-Soluble vs. Oil Based CBD
When choosing a tea to drink that includes CBD, we have taken chemistry into consideration. Naturally, you don’t want the exquisite experience of enjoying a cup of Buddha Teas turned into a science project, but here’s the deal: not all CBD-infused teas are the same. The truth is, CBD oil-based teas can’t extract in hot water. Crafted using nanosized particles of water-soluble CBD, our innovative process ensures that the CBD in our tea bags ends up in your tea. With water-soluble, bioavailable CBD you can feel confident that the CBD extracts into the hot tea, which allows your body full delivery, providing it with the most benefits possible. Finally, because cannabinoids need fat to be absorbed in the small intestine, make sure to enjoy your CBD Buddha Teas with, or directly after, a meal.
What Exactly is Turmeric?
For thousands of years, India has been the largest turmeric producer on the planet. Though today it is cultivated throughout the world, we often associate its strong flavor with Indian foods, and its ayurvedic reputation as a powerful healing agent for a myriad of conditions. With its pungent taste and bright yellow color, combined with its notable popularity as a healing agent, turmeric has earned a distinctive, and distinguished place in both the kitchen and the medicine cabinet. Turmeric may be the “it” food product of our times, but it’s ancient to modern usage in the Hindu culture spans from wedding rituals, to clothes dying, to healing salves. Today, piggy-backing on another culture’s blessings is normal, and we take it for granted. For those interested in learning more about the plethora of uses for turmeric, the information is vast and readily available via the internet.
What Exactly is Ginger?
Shaped like a horn: this is what ginger means in Sanskrit. This ancient spice, first cultivated and used in ancient China and India, was reportedly recorded in the writings of the Chinese philosopher, Confucius, best known for creating and espousing the Golden Rule, which preaches that one should not do to others what one would not want have done to them. Closely related to turmeric as a root, and a powerful healing spice, China, India, and Arabic cultures have included ginger as a staple in their diets and medicinal remedies for countless years. Best known perhaps as an effective aid for stomach ailments, most notably nausea, ginger is a common inclusion in the foods of many Asian cultures.
Health Benefits of CBD Turmeric & Ginger Tea
Frequently paired for consumption, the combination of turmeric, ginger, and pepper in tea is an obvious winner when seeking a warming, stimulating cup. Considered close relatives as far as roots go, turmeric and ginger in this instance really do prove that together is better. Topped off with our water-soluble CBD, this potent anti-inflammatory, antioxidant duo becomes a superhero, making our CBD Turmeric Ginger Tea one of our most powerful teas for those seeking easy, delicious ways to attain greater health and vitality. The pungent, mildly bitter taste of turmeric, when combined with slightly pungent, delightfully sweet ginger, makes an obviously perfect combo.