Cannadorra Hemp tea - leafs and buds 30g Tell A Friend

Cannadorra Hemp tea - leafs and buds 30g

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Hemp leafs and buds (flowers, leafs and hemp seeds) were grown and hand-picked in ecological agriculture in Czech Republic. Tea made out of hemp tea relaxes body and mind and has no psychoactive effects.
Preparation and use of the hemp tea:

Prepare as a regular tea – pour about 3l of boiling water over 1tbsp. of tea and let it steep for about 3-5 minutes.

For a stronger tea variety you are going to need 2g of buds and leafs, teaspoon of butter and honey or sugar as to your preference. Put the comminuted hemp in the baking tray and leave it for 10 minutes in the oven on 100°C. Then place the hemp into a metal pot, pour some water over, add butter and cook for about 15 minutes. Drain through a sift, eventually sweeten. In case you sweeten your tea with sugar it is possible to store the tea in a tightly closed bottle for a week in the fridge.

You may use this tea also as a seasoning while cooking. Fry it on butter or oil while preparing warm cousine dishes. Healing substance dissolve in fats and the will be released during cooking in your dish. Dried hemp is being used in the same way as oregano or thyme.
What are Cannabinoids

Cannabinoids are not only substances that are to be found in the hemp plant but also those that our organism creates by itself (endocannabinoids). These substances keep our metabolic system in balance. Cannabinoid system influences practically all functions of our body and opens our consciousness to new thinking patterns. Cannabinoid system helps us to accept changes gleefuly and peacefully and adjust to them, be open to them.
Interesting facts:

New born babies get endocannabinoids from their mothers during breast-feeding, in order to develop taste and learn how to eat.

Hemp proved to be effective during healing of these illnesses: cancer tumors, chemotherapy tolerance, arthritis, rheumatism, Crohn disease, sklerosis multiplex, Parkinsons, back pains, soreness of joints and muscles, stress, migraines and insomnia.