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CannaBuddy is pleased to bring you our curated collection of CBD (Cannabidiol) Tea and Coffee. Looking for other options? Be sure to check out all of our great Cannabis Products! So, what is CBD? CBD is one of the 100+ cannabinoids found in the cannabis, or hemp, plant. Like other cannabinoids, it interacts with the body’s endocannabinoid system – specifically the CB1 and CB2 receptors of the nervous system - to produce various effects. Consumers report that it can be used to help regulate the immune system and works to relieve pain (as an analgesic) and reduce inflammation (as an anti-inflammatory). It has also been reported to be used as an antibacterial agent, a neuroprotectant, and an appetite stimulant (has orexigenic properties).  CBD shows promise for a variety of other ailments currently under clinical study.

What Is CBD Tea?

The people who love CBD tea say this combination of cannabidiol and tea makes for a pleasant herbal experience. If you’re looking to add a sense of comfort and ritual to your CBD routine, you might be delighted by the tea products. CBD tea comes in wide varieties and flavors. Herbal CBD teas might contain herbs, fruits, spices, and other natural products instead of actual tea leaves. This makes them ideal for those who wish to avoid the caffeine in other CBD teas like CBD Matcha. Some CBD teas also contain fats like powdered coconut milk to enhance the absorption of the fat-soluble cannabinoid.

So CBD Isn’t Marijuana?

No, CBD isn’t marijuana. The laws outlawing marijuana have to do with Delta 9 tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). Delta 9 THC is a completely different type of cannabinoid than cannabidiol (CBD). As outlined by the 2018 Farm Bill, hemp plants with less than 0.3% THC are legal in the United States. As long as your CBD tea comes from legal hemp, it’s legal on a national level in America.

What Is CBD Tea Good For?

People enjoy CBD tea for the same reasons they buy CBD gummies or other cannabidiol products. Much of it comes down to preference as far as the delivery method. But is there any reason to buy CBD tea instead of making your own with CBD oil or tincture? One great thing about our CBD products is that they create a more consistent drink without so much oil floating on top.

When Should I Drink CBD Tea?

Your CBD routine is your choice! That said, many of our customers like to keep two things in mind when drinking CBD tea:
  • Because CBD is fat-soluble, some people like to drink tea with a snack containing some fat. This is especially true when the tea contains no fats and isn’t prepared with milk or cream.
  • Some people don’t like to drink CBD tea with caffeine if they plan on sleeping soon. If you want to avoid caffeine, herbal tea is still an option. Despite the name, herbal tea does not technically contain tea leaves in many cases. It’s worth noticing if there are tea leaves in the ingredients of your herbal tea because that’s where the caffeine would come from.

What Exactly Is CBD Coffee?

Somewhat like CBD tea and other products, CBD coffee is simply coffee plus cannabidiol. Infusing coffee beans with non-psychoactive CBD creates a drink that some people say is the best of both worlds. This drink lets you combine your morning coffee with your CBD routine.

Why Do People Drink CBD Coffee?

Everyone has their reason for drinking CBD coffee; these are a few of the things we hear most often from our customers:
  • I already like to drink CBD and coffee daily, so why not combine the two for a more efficient routine?
  • Drinking regular coffee made me anxious or jittery, but I wanted the energy, so I decided to try it with CBD.
  • I look forward to these two things every morning, so combining them feels like a special treat.

What Are the Benefits of CBD Coffee?

The benefits of CBD are the same for most types of CBD products, so why choose CBD coffee over anything else? For most people, this comes down to preference. Some say that CBD-infused coffee tastes better than other products or that they like the combination of caffeine and cannabidiol. We’ve also heard CBD coffee makes a better cup of joe than adding CBD oil to plain coffee.

Does CBD Coffee Actually Work?

Coffee is a perfectly acceptable way to get your CBD! One thing to note is that CBD is fat-soluble, so it can help if you drink it during or after eating something with some fat. If you want to add milk, cream, or a dairy substitute to your coffee, there’s your source of fat. CBD coffee might not be ideal if you want to enjoy some CBD before bed. Some people can sleep after drinking coffee. For others, the caffeine would have them up all night!

Choose CannaBuddy for CBD Teas and Coffee

Now that you know about CBD coffee and tea, you know what these products are all about. Please let us know if you have other questions about CBD teas and coffees! Contact us, and we’ll inform you of everything we can to help you make an informed decision.