A Comparison Between CBD Tea and Green Tea

January 15, 2020 09:00:35

Tea holds a special place in many people’s hearts. Not only is a warm cup of tea rejuvenating, but it’ll warm you up and leave you more alert. That’s why more and more people are turning to the varieties of teas that are available on the market, from oolong, black and white to green and herbal teas.

Green tea is especially popular, loaded as it is with antioxidants and nutrients. It can help reduce headaches, support digestion, reduces the risk of cancer and it may help with weight control.

Cannabidiol, on the other hand, is a chemical that’s been rising in popularity for the past few years. It is extracted from hemp, a non-psychoactive variety of cannabis, and it’s said to be a sort of wonder drug. There’s little scientific evidence to back it up, but users have claimed that the hemp extract is effective against a range of illnesses, from chronic pain and high blood pressure to anxiety and depression.

Last June, the FDA approved a CBD derived drug to help manage seizures in two rare and hard to treat pediatric epilepsies, Dravet syndrome, and Lennox-Gastaut syndrome.

The industry has been quite innovative, with sellers resorting to a variety of novel means to sell their products. You can find CBD in everything, from pastries, beers and spirits, and in this case, teas. Let’s see how CBD tea and green tea compare.

CBD tea brings together all the benefits associated with cannabidiol, and they are said to be extensive. The chemical interacts with a peripheral nervous system called the endocannabinoid system that’s responsible for regulating sleep, mood, appetite, memory, reproduction, and fertility.

It is flush with antioxidants, and on top of that is a powerful anti-inflammatory. CBD has also been found to reduce nausea, especially by people feeling the effects of strong medication and chemotherapy. This makes CBD tea a good fix against nausea.

According to a study by Gallup, a large percentage of American CBD users do so to relieve anxiety, and numerous studies have found CBD effective at reducing anxiety. Green tea has similar capabilities, but CBD offers a much more potent option. Another useful aspect of CBD is its ability to enhance sleep. Millions of Americans suffer from insomnia, and although there are medications to take care of that, CBD tea is a much better option as it doesn’t come with the side effects associated with pharmaceutical drugs.

Additionally, CBD reduces anxiety and tamps down on any aches and pains, and this makes it easier to enjoy high quality and restful sleep. More than that, it will clear the fog from your mind and leave you feeling sharp and focused.

It is no wonder that CBD companies like LiveWire Ergogenics Inc. (OTC: LVVV) and HTC Extraction Systems (TSX.V: HTC) (OTCQB: HTPRF) strongly believe in the cannabinoid and hemp in general.

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