The synergistic blend of our CBD Chamomile Tea, crafted to include lemon balm, lavender is, simply put: sublime. Meaning, alone each individual component brings its own unique contribution, but together, this unique blend provides a potent reminder of the power of teamwork. Crafted so that no one element overpowers another, and fortified with 5 mg of water-soluble CBD, this delightful cup of calm will fast become the drink you seek throughout the day, but most especially when relaxation is on call.
A Dash of Lemon Balm, a Pinch of Lavender
Lemon balm’s burgeoning popularity is understandable, once you realise its versatility and widespread use in everything from bee cultivation to aromatherapy, to foods and beverages. As well, lavender seems to be everywhere these days, but not commonly thought of as an addition to food. Tending on the strong side, often overused as an ingredient in herbals, we include just the right amount, which provides the absolute perfect pinch to accent, not dominates, this calming cup of CBD brew.
Why is Chamomile Tea So Beloved?
The word chamomile originated from ancient Greek, and means “apple” and “on the ground.” With its yellow centre and tiny white petals, visually, the chamomile flower makes one think of a mini daisy but smells sweeter. Anyone who has enjoyed a cup of properly cultivated and brewed chamomile might understand why ancient Greeks described the chamomile plant as an earth apple. High-quality chamomile tea will deliver a sweet taste, and transport you to lush fields on a warm spring day. For those just stepping into the wide world of herbal drinks, chamomile is the go-to, usually included on any café menu.
Water-Soluble vs. Oil-Based CBD
When choosing a tea to drink that includes CBD, we have taken chemistry into consideration. Naturally, you don’t want the exquisite experience of enjoying a cup of Buddha Teas turned into a science project, but here’s the deal: not all CBD-infused drinks are the same. Our innovative process ensures that the CBD we claim to include in our tea bags actually ends up in your tea.