Hemp tea for sleep

Insomnia is certainly one of the biggest problems of modern times, as a large percentage of people struggle with it. It is one of the most common forms of sleep disorders, which, despite advances in diagnosis and treatment, still largely remains unrecognised and untreated.

If left untreated, insomnia increases the risk of developing other diseases, including depression, diabetes, and hypertension. About a quarter of the adult population suffers from sleep disorders, from which between 6 and 10 percent of individuals struggle with insomnia. People who have problems with insomnia cannot fall asleep or struggle with a lack of restorative sleep at night, which during the days results in fatigue, lack of concentration and mood disorders. People with insomnia are thus more than five times more likely to be anxious and depressed, twice as likely to develop cognitive heart failure and diabetes, and have an increased risk of death. One study even showed that those who experience insomnia are seven times more likely to abuse alcohol and drugs than people who sleep normally.

Insomnia, due to poor productivity, absence from work and high health care costs, also causes a great economic and social burden. Despite the widespread use of over-the-counter prescription drugs, the long-term use of drugs has not been sufficiently researched and there are few that have been shown to help with insomnia.

Complementary health approaches in the treatment of chronic insomnia

However, research has, among other things, yielded promising results in exploring some complementary health approaches in the treatment of chronic insomnia. These include, for example, progressive muscle relaxation and relaxation with bedtime music, which are only part of a strategy to improve sleep habits. However, one of the smaller studies also showed that meditation based on careful breathing to reduce stress was even as effective as prescription drugs. When dealing with insomnia, of course, other steps are also important, such as maintaining a consistent sleep schedule, avoiding caffeine, alcohol, heavy meals, and strenuous exercise just before going to bed. It is also important that the room in which we sleep is quiet, cool and dark. A drink which can definitely help you relax before bedtime is CBD tea for sleep.

Hemp tea for sleep

Cannabis has been already used in traditional Chinese medicine, with helping alleviate the problems of various diseases. And today is definitely making a comeback, as it is increasingly being prescribed even by doctors. Hemp tea is known to help relieve stress, restlessness, digestive problems and also sleep problems.

There is no doubt that cannabis (hemp tea included), has many therapeutic effects. Industrial cannabis with CBD has a beneficial effect on the endocannabinoid system. Unlike the better known THC, cannabionide CBD has no psychoactive effects and is found in more and more products. The popularity of the use of hemp tea is therefore on the rise, as this cannabinoid, when bound to hot water, releases a lot of beneficial plant substances, thus providing cbd tea with many benefits and healing effects. The use of CBD in hemp tea modulates the action of melatonin (sleep hormone) and in this way helps people who have difficulty falling asleep or waking up at night.

CBD tea stimulates the human endocannabinoid system, which plays a major role in regulating sleep patterns, meaning that it can also help stabilize sleep itself, as well as trigger longer periods of undisturbed sleep, leading to better rest.

So why CBD tea?

CBD tea for sleep is the most convenient and above all the most delicious way to consume CBD. When diluted in hot water, its aroma becomes less intense, which provides a pleasant taste of a warm beverage that can be enjoyed at any time of the day. A refreshing cup of CBD tea is also a great way to consume extra fluids, which are essential for healthy functioning.  Adding a small amount of fat (such as cow's or almond milk) to your CBD tea absorbs even more CBD into our body and speeds up its function. Hemp tea for sleep does not contain caffeine, thus has no diuretic effect and provides the body with a sufficient amount of water, rich in cannabinoids and antioxidants. Like other teas, a cup of CBD tea is great for soothing stomach problems, as well as giving a soothing warm feeling and relieving bloating problems.

Hemp tea for sleep has a relaxing and calming effect, strengthens the immune system, improves digestion, increases appetite, promotes better mood and positive thoughts, all of which consequently improve your sleep. After consuming a cup of CBD tea, sleep comes faster and easier, resulting in waking up more rested, which surely helps improve the quality of life itself.

How to make hemp tea for sleep?

You will need:

1 g Mannitus hemp tops
1 liter of boiling water
1 teaspoon cream or milk
Tea strainer
Pot with lid
Tea storage container
Herb grinder

Instructions for preparation:

First, grind the hemp tops thoroughly and as finely as possible. Place the ground tops in a tea strainer and place it in a pot with a lid. Pour boiling water over the flowers and decarboxylate them for about 20 minutes, which will convert the CBD in your flowers into CBD with all the positive effects. Remove the strainer and pour the mixture into a hemp tea storage container. Add cream or milk to CBD tea and mix thoroughly. Store the remaining hemp tea for sleep in the fridge and gently warm it when you feel like like drinking it again.


How to choose the right CBD hemp flowers?

In the flood of different providers with CBD products, it is wise to know how to choose the highest quality cannabis tops with CBD, especially if you are buying it online. When buying, pay attention to the appearance of cannabis tops, which must be compact, green and full of visible frozen crystals - the trichomes. The aroma of the tops itself is also important, as it indicates that the flower contains a sufficient amount of CBD and terpenes; these are substances that arouse pleasant emotions in us and have a generally positive effect on our senses. However, you should not neglect the need for environmentally friendly production, so look for the highest quality CBD flowers from providers who grow organically grown hemp, do not use artificial pesticides and that provide organic of legal industrial hemp.
Other positive effects of hemp tea for sleep

It helps with nausea after chemotherapy

Positive effects of CBD occur when this cannabinoid binds to cannabinoid receptors located in the human nervous and immune systems. These receptors are responsible for controlling our cognitive sensations such as hunger, pain sensations, internal balance, and appetite. Hemp tea for sleep, which contains CBD, can thus help relieve pain. Numerous studies have already shown that the use of CBD can help cancer patients who experience nausea and loss of appetite after chemotherapy.

Relieves pain

It is almost impossible to talk about CBD without mentioning its important role in pain relief. This cannabinoid, through its interaction with the receptors of our endocannabinoid system, plays an important role in alleviating pain reactions. Drinking hemp tea for sleep can thus help relieve chronic and menstrual pain, as well as pain caused by joint inflammation (arthritis).

Relieves headaches and migraines

Chronic headaches have a tremendous impact on the quality of life, as extreme pain throws us off balance and completely prevents us from functioning normally. Many people who suffer from migraines and debilitating headaches say that hemp tea for sleep helped them relieve pain caused by severe migraine attacks.

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