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Herbal Tea
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Flavors
Grass
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Certification
Organic
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Hemp teas made from the finest flowers and trim from hemp plants are rich in antioxidants and cannabidiol (CBD). But don’t worry, it’s non-psychoactive and non-toxic so you won’t have any funny side effects. Add a few spoons of fat like oil, butter or cream to help the cannabinoids dissolve and reap the benefits. An incredibly versatile and healing herb, hemp has been said to reduce insomnia, stress and anxiety, settle nausea and reduce chronic pain. With a vegetal, spinach and slightly nutty flavour, this tea is certified organic and exclusive to CITIZENTEA.

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When I purchased this tea, the sales associate instructed me to steep it with butter or coconut oil in order to activate the cannabinoids. I tried butter and steeped the tea by itself and drank it hot. The taste was literally just what you would think it would be- buttery grass. I love earthy and grassy green teas and oolongs, I search high and low for grassy matcha, but the flavor of this tea was too grassy even for me. I instantly started playing around to find a way to make the taste tolerable because I really wanted to reap the benefits. My first switch was from butter to coconut oil. The great part about coconut oil is that it adds in the coconut flavor, and as a lover of coconut, that helped a lot. If you’re not one to play with blending your own tea concoctions, this is how I suggest drinking this tea- in a teabag, with coconut oil, make sure the oil is put in the bag with the tea leaves and leave the bag in the cup while drinking.

Flavors: Grass

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I can’t help but wonder if the selling point for this is more so the ‘novelty’ aspect of drinking hemp tea or if it’s the supposed wellness/health benefits?

I mean, it’s got to be one of the two because I find it impossible to believe that someone would be into this for the taste alone? It’s like a sour, grassy/spinach-y hay taste that is so, so unpleasant. More tolerable as it cooled down; but still not good. But hey, it’s another number on the list of things I’ve tried!

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I’m so glad someone tried this, because I’d been wondering about it, what with everyone telling me CBD/hemp is oh-so-great for migraines (I tried the oil before without much success though) and then I started getting a bunch of adverts for this tea and kept thinking, “That has to taste like shit, right?” Glad to know I wasn’t wrong in thinking that!

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