There is nothing better than curling up on a comfortable sofa with a cup of tea and a good book, especially right now. Snow in April? Sheltering in place? Sounds like the perfect excuse for a cup of tea! Cannabis tea is a great way to indulge without smoking or eating, and you can enjoy it no matter what your dietary requirements might be. There are a few different methods of making cannabis tea, and we thought that it would be a great time to revisit this how-to article posted on Leafly. Remember, if you’re going to be steeping your flower directly into your cup, make sure you decarboxylate it first.
Check out Leafly’s article here for two cozy and floral cannabis tea recipes.
If you’re making your own loose tea, we recommend Super Lemon Haze for our recreational patients and Lemon Diesel for our medical patients. Both have a citrusy flavor, and we all know that tea goes well with lemon. Use your favorite tea flavor, steep and enjoy.
Tinctures are great for tea because they’re easy to dose and easy to choose exactly how you want the tea to affect you. They’re also really easy to use in tea – just stir in your dose. Wanting a high? Use a THC tincture. Anxious or looking to treat pain? Use a CBD tincture. Want that euphoria but still be able to focus on that book you’re reading? Use a 1:1 tincture. You can check out all the tinctures we offer to both medical and recreational patients on our menu.
If you still want that loose leaf tea, but don’t feel like making it, Bloom carries tea from CBD Living. It comes in two flavors – Passion Green and Chai Turmeric. With 150 mg of CBD, it can be enjoyed hot or even iced, if it ever warms up outside.
We hope that this inspired you to put on the kettle, find your coziest slippers, grab that paperback, and make a cup of tea. And hopefully when it’s warmer, you’ll still want to grab that book and take it outside with a glass of iced cannabis tea.