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Unless you are used to cannabis-infused products, this tea will get you moderately high. Depending on your tolerance, this may or may not be a good starting point. If you are new to the cannabis experience, there is a chance this product might be too high for you (our data shows that this is around the cusp point for newbies). If you want to start low, we recommend you order Sympa-tea. (Please note we are not trying to up-sell you. Sympa-tea is more expensive as it contains high CBD, which is currently more expensive than THC).
Hibiscus Loaded with antioxidants, this ruby-red flower relieves high blood pressure, lowers cholesterol and speeds the body’s metabolism. Hibiscus also supports heart, upper respiratory and skin health; works as a diuretic; and is used as a treatment for appetite loss and nerve disorders.
Rose Petals Long valued as an aphrodisiac, rose petal are also used to treat pain, anxiety, depression, menstrual issues and digestive disorders. Herbalists rely on them for their antiviral, antibacterial and antiseptic properties, and to balance body temperature.
Orange Peel Rich in vitamin C, orange peel relieves respiratory problems, alleviates digestive disorders, protects against cancer and promotes oral health.
Lavender Renowned for its relaxation properties, lavender has long been relied on to relieve anxiety and stress. It is also used as an antioxidant and to relieve headaches and joint pain, support the digestive and respiratory systems, and balance blood sugar.
Cardamom A spicy, warming herb, cardamom supports digestive function, promotes respiratory health, and acts as an antispasmodic, antiseptic and anti-cancer agent.
Cloves Another warming herb, antioxidant-rich cloves increase circulation and aid digestion. The spice possesses antiviral and antibacterial properties, stabilizes blood sugar, acts as an antispasmodic, prevents allergies and relieves toothaches.
Licorice Root In addition to being 50% sweeter than sugar, glycyrrhizin, a key compound of licorice root, balances adrenal function, which is helpful in relieving stress and depression. Licorice root is also used to relieve heartburn, decrease inflammation, soothe sore throats and relax bronchial spasms.
KikoGold Our proprietary water-soluble, 100% natural cannabis ingredient.
1. Place one sachet in a cup and add 6-8 ounces of boiling water (the amount of water has no affect on the cannabis potency of your tea).
2. Allow to steep for at least 60 seconds, after which all of the active cannabis ingredient will have dissolved into your tea.
3. Remove tea sachet when you have steeped to taste, stir and sip. If you like your tea sweeter, by all means add honey or sugar. However, there is no need to add anything else to your tea. Unlike many other canna drinks, no additional ingredients are needed to activate the tea.