CBD Hemp Flower (tea)

For the space invaders

CBD Hemp Flower (Tea)

The story of tea starts in China. Written in the stars the ledged goes in 2727BC the Chinese emperor Shen Nung was sitting beneath a (special) tree while his servant boiled water to drink. Some leaves from the tree above tree blew into the water. Shen Nung was a renowned herbalist so decided to try the infusion and the rest is history.

If we’re going to be selling tea, then you may as well know where tea came from. The first person to try green must have FREAKED OUT. The worlds first astronaut. 

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Really quality and reliable CBD hemp flower is hard to come by. It is illusive at the best of times.

The way we work is to source batches of CBD flower that we ourselves would enjoy, then package them up and share them with the world. 

We have green fingered friends in Italy, Spain and Switzerland who are cultivating the best cannabis flower in the EU – all less than 0.2% of the ‘bad stuff’ and 100% the good stuff. 


High on life! For sure. High as in ‘weed high’? Not really. 

In the UK, although the legality around CBD buds is still fundamentally a grey area, the legal limit is set at 0.2% or 1mg. Most buds you’ll find that come from the EU usually contain about 0.3% of THC. Even at the higher EU levels, this isn’t enough THC to have a psychoactive effect. 

What you should experience is the effects of the CBD and the terpene content. You experience will depend on the strain profile the flower contains. 

Obviously, there is a part of you that needs to use your imagination here. We are selling our flowers as hemp tea 🤷‍♂️.

The best way to use these flowers for tea is to start by grinding them coarsely using a herb grinder. Once the flower is evenly broken up, you can put them in the bottom of a tea strainer, or french-press. 

Bloom the leaves with a tiny splash of nearly boiling water for a minute. Then fill up and allow to brew for another 3 or 4 minutes until the water has changed colour. 

This will allow the terpenes and cannabinoids infuse the water and add a fresh hempy flavour.

It may be a good place to point out that ‘legal’ and ‘right’ are very different things these days.

The way we’re looking at it is THC is the controlled substance detailed as illegal. As long as our buds do not contain any more than a trace level of THC, then they are legal. 

We lab test all of our CBD flower using a third party. 

Also – we sell tea – who makes tea illegal? Well, King Charles the 2nd banned coffee houses to stop people talking him down and to assert his power. That kind of person does.