CBD Tea Guide
Best Herbal Tea for Stress and Anxiety

CBD Tea Guide

People have harvested the power of plants for thousands of years. In written history, you can see herbal tea being used as far back as the third century AD which shows how we have been using the power of plants to heal ourselves is nothing new.

More recently the power of hemp has been harvested to treat many of the same ailments herbal tea helps heal. By combining the power of CBD from hemp with traditional, popular teas, you can find yourself in an improved state of mind that some even describe as "euphoric".

Pro-tip: Use high quality, water-soluble CBD to harness to full power of hemp. MixMe nano-technology will protect the efficacy of CBD in your hot drinks so you can enjoy the full benefit of your home-made infusion. 

A well-made cup of "functional" CBD tea can put us in just the right frame of mind to relax...


This pale, yellow garden herb has beautiful daisy-like flowers and is no bigger than a quarter. Dried chamomile flowers make a wonderful tisane. It has a soft floral fragrance and helps calm the stomach and contains apigenin. Apigenin is a substance that supports sleep, relieves anxiety, and may even reduce depression.

Chamomile CBD Tea


Lavender oil has a uniquely calming smell that is commonly used to help many people sleep but that doesn't necessarily mean it will make you feel sleepy... It is very popular in aromatherapy as it can help melt the stress and anxiety away, one deep breath at a time. A strong cup of Lavender CBD tea can have you feeling happy and ready to take on any day!

Lavender CBD Tea


This herb has been used for more than 3,000 years to treat anxiety, stress, and insomnia and is one of the most well known adaptogens. Ashwagandha is also known as winter cherry but is tasteless on its own so you can steep it with your favorite tasting tea for an even further enhanced effect. This herbal, adaptogenic tea will have you feeling better in no time. 

Ashwagandha CBD Tea

Turmeric and honey

This is a powerhouse combination is particularly popular in Indian and Persian cuisine. Turmeric, related to ginger, is extracted from the plant’s roots and offered in either a fresh, sliced form or as a dried, powder.  It is yellow and color is so strong it can get stuck on your fingers if you aren't careful. Its mainly known for the anti-inflammatory relief.

Quality honey is considered calming and helps with sleep. Turmeric brewed in milk, and topped with a spoonful of honey is every Indian grandma’s recipe to help you relax, but can also be made as a tea with loose green tea for a dairy-free version.

Turmeric  CBD Tea

FINAL TIP: Don't ruin your tea by adding a low quality CBD oil that will simply float at the top of your tea. Use a high quality, water soluble CBD (preferably with nano-technology) to enjoy a better drink and absorb up to 8 times more nutrients.

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