WHY HEMP TEA?
Hemp is possibly one of the earliest plants to be cultivated with its first appearance dating back to 8000 BC. Unlike other varieties of the Cannabis sativa plant, hemp has no psychoactive components. Rather, its seeds are similar to nuts and are filled with tons of nutrients – omega-3 and omega-6 essential fatty acids, high-quality plant-based protein, vitamin E, phosphorous, potassium, sodium, magnesium, sulphur, calcium, iron, and zinc! They have been used in Uttarakhand as part of the regional cuisine to make chutneys, curries, and spice mixes for centuries.
A) Provides a host of nutrients
B) Removes any skin impurities
C) Eases Headache and migraine
D) Anti Microbial
E) Hydrates and Moisturizes skin
F) Vitamin K Makes Healthy Bones
G) Aids Digestion
Fresh herbaceous flavour, light flowery notes and a nutty undertone.
Can add honey or maple syrup. You can also add ice and make some delicious iced tea.
Pair with mini-cupcakes, french toast, a berry bowl and the 167th rewatch of The Office.
1. Bring One cup of water to a boil.
2. Pour on 1tsp/2g or 1 Bag of Tea
3. Brew for 5-7 minutes
4. Strain and enjoy ( reuse for cup 2)
Disclosure: These statements have not been evaluated by the AYUSH Ministry or the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, treat, and/or cure any disease. It is recommended that you check with your physician before adding them to your diet. Allergen warning for hemp and chamomile.
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