Tè alla Cannabis: i benefici, gli effetti e come farlo

Cannabis tea: the benefits, effects and how to make it

Tea is a very fashionable drink, which adapts to numerous contexts. With the right cup of tea you can improve your health, calm your nerves and warm you up, all at once. Tea is not only a relaxant and the perfect companion for a good read, but it is also therapeutic and loaded with antioxidants . It is known to have the potential to reduce the risk of heart attacks and strokes, strengthen bones, support the immune system and even aid weight loss. Plus, tea has half the caffeine of coffee, but is just as energizing.

And then there's cannabis tea . Flavor-wise it's still considered pretty new, but this cup of green goodness has a history. Ancient cultures brewed tea from the herb to treat various ailments, and it was also used during childbirth to help with nausea and pain. Today, many people still enjoy making weed tea from the comfort of their own home. There are also ready-to-use products for those just starting to explore the wonderful world of weed-infused tea.

The benefits of Herbal Tea

Weed tea has the same benefits as regular tea, plus a few more. For cannabis users, as well as those pursuing wellness, it's a natural way to get a dose of weed without causing lung damage. It's also unobtrusive, full of flavor, and will either jar you or not; you don't need to do this. Weed tea isn't bad for you. Some weed drinks have too much sugar, caffeine, and calories, while weed tea has less of the stuff you don't want, and more of the stuff you do want. And, when served right, it's calorie-free. Plus, it can also do amazing things for your body and health. These are just some of the conditions this tea could alleviate:

  • Anxiety
  • Stress
  • Depression
  • Chronic pain
  • Nausea
  • Gastrointestinal problems
  • Insomnia

Does weed tea have psychoactive effects?

Luckily for those who want a little stoned in their cup, weed tea can get you high. The effects come on faster than edibles and last a long time. This is because weed drinks, including tea, are absorbed through the liver and digestive tract. Once the effects appear, between half an hour and 90 minutes after taking it, you can feel them for 4 to 8 hours .

How to make weed tea

Of course, it's all in the preparation. THC is not water soluble, so if you want your weed tea to have any effect, decarboxylation is the most important step. Decarboxylation is a fancy word for extracting the THC from weed using heat. This is what happens every time you light up a bong.

Decarboxylation simply consists of placing the herb on a baking tray and then placing it in the oven at 110° for 60 minutes .

You also need to mix the weed with something fatty in order to properly extract the THC through decarboxylation. If you already have cannabis butter on hand ( here 's an incredible recipe!) or coconut oil , use that.

Easy weed tea

Making weed tea is simple. When you already have cannabis butter ready, that's even better. All you need is ten minutes, and you can make a simple, strong cannabis tea to get you warmed up and high.


  • 1 teaspoon cannabis butter or cannabis coconut butter

  • 1 tea bag
  • 1 cup boiling water
  • Milk, sugar or other condiments of your liking (optional)


  1. Add the cannabis butter and tea bag to a cup of your choice.
  2. Add boiling water to the cup.
  3. Let the cannabis butter dissolve and let the tea bag steep for about 3 to 5 minutes.
  4. Remove the tea bag, add your favorite toppings, and enjoy!

Forte Herbal Tea from Scratch

Don't have cannabis butter? No problem! Making strong weed tea the old fashioned way is nonsense. It just takes a little longer.


  • ½ gram of grass flowers
  • ½ teaspoon soft butter
  • ½ glass of water
  • 1 tea bag (optional)
  • Milk, sugar or other condiments of your liking (optional)


  1. Grind the flowers and set aside any stems or seeds.
  2. Add the herb flowers and soft butter to a bowl and mix carefully.
  3. Place water in a pot on the stove at medium temperature.
  4. While the water simmers, gently pour in the herb butter and let steep for 30 minutes, adding the tea bag in the last 3 to 5 minutes.
  5. Give it time to cool, pour it through a strainer to filter out the excess of the plant, add your seasonings, and drink!

Tea with grass stems

If you are a tea drinker, then you should always save the stems of the herb to make your own herb tea. They contain little to no THC, but that doesn't mean they are useless. The stems are perfect if you want to make a less strong tea.


  • ¼ cup stems
  • 1 cup Half & Half
  • 3 glasses of water
  • 1 tea bag
  • Brown sugar
  • Honey


  1. Break the stems by hand to make them easier to work with.
  2. Add the Half & Half to a pot and bring to a boil over medium-high.
  3. Add the stems to the pot and boil for about 5-7 minutes, stirring often.
  4. Drain the mixture into a cup.
  5. Boil three cups of tea, but double the amount if necessary. This will help increase the flavor of dairy products.
  6. Take your favorite mug and pour half of your tea into it, then add ¼ (should be half of what you brewed) of Half & Half.
  7. Make your tea sweeter by adding seasonings of your liking and enjoy your delicious preparation with all its benefits!

Herbal Chai Tea

For a spicy milky concoction that's the bomb, there's herbal chai tea. This tea is reminiscent of the chai latte you might buy at an upscale coffee shop, but without the caffeine and stir.


  • ½ gram of crushed cannabis
  • ½ gram of butter
  • ½ glass of water
  • 1 glass of milk
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 1 bag of chai tea
  • Sugar or other seasonings of your choice (optional)


  1. Blend the cannabis, butter, milk, and vanilla extract in a blender until they have the same consistency as a milkshake.
  2. Pour the water into a pan and boil it at a low temperature, then add the mix and stir for 30 minutes, adding more water from time to time to prevent it from evaporating and burning.
  3. Remove the pot from the heat and add a chai tea bag to steep for 3-5 minutes.
  4. Remove the tea bag and strain the tea to remove excess from the plant.
  5. Add more toppings, if you like!

Weed Tea Without Effects

No stoned weed tea gives you the benefits of THCA without getting you high. THCA is found in raw Cannabis and serves as an excellent addition to your wellness routine, because not only is it anti-inflammatory and antioxidant, but it is also a pain reliever and an anti-cancer agent, studies show .


  • ½ gram of cannabis leaves, stems or flowers.
  • 4 glasses of water
  • 1 tea bag (optional)
  • Toppings of your choice, but fat-free (no butter or milk)


  1. Grind the cannabis as much as possible.
  2. Add the cannabis to a metal infusion filter or coffee filter and place it in a cup.
  3. Boil the water over low heat to avoid decarboxylation of the cannabis.
  4. Pour the water and cannabis into a cup and let it steep for 5 minutes.
  5. Strain the tea to remove excess plant matter, then mix with regular tea or other seasonings to make it tastier.

The Best Weed Teas

Whether you don't have the time or feel like making weed tea from scratch, there are ready-to-brew weed teas, and even ready-to-drink weed teas. Weed tea products are an excellent place to start before making your own, so that you can understand what its effects and flavor are.

Sensual Teas - Kikoko

Kikoko's Sensuali tea, infused with grass, hibiscus, rose petals and other sexy, premium ingredients, is what you might call couples therapy. In addition to putting you in a good mood thanks to the 7mg of THC contained in each sachet, which stimulates the hormones of arousal, Sensuali tea intensifies the big O, gives you a boost of energy, and inspires deep and meaningful conversations.

Blissful Black - Stillwater

Awaken your taste buds and ignite your imagination with Stillwater Blissful Black Tea. Black tea is famous for its strong flavor, and Blissful Black is no exception. It's rich and full-bodied, and contains the perfect balance of THC and CBD, 2.5 mg of each, to be exact. Unlike regular weed tea, you can feel the effects of Blissful Black in just 15 minutes. All Stillwater products are made with water-soluble THC, which is absorbed into the bloodstream almost immediately.

Sencha Green- Subtle Tea

Sencha Green is a weed-infused green tea that picks you up with a little caffeine. In addition to giving you a gentle burst of energy, Sencha Green relieves stress, warms you up and uplifts you with 40mg of THC. Plus, green tea is great for your health. It's full of antioxidants that give you a healthy glow, improve your immune system, and more.

Lemon Tea - Mary's Wellness

Lemon Tea is rich in flavor and healthy. It's just what you need in the cold and cold season, as it relieves sore throats and helps your mucus flow. Lemon Tea from Mary's Wellness is one of the best herb-infused lemon teas to combat the nasty symptoms of the flu. Plus, it will keep you active with 60mg of THC and 6mg of CBD.

Cranberry Ice Tea - Apothecary Labs

Apothecary Labs Cranberry Ice Tea is black tea mixed with real cranberry juice. While iced teas are best served during the summer, this tea and its 60mg of THC are refreshing even in the winter. Sweet and tangy, sip this iced cranberry tea to kill a terrible migraine and ease other aches and pains.

The Best CBD Teas

In case you are sensitive to THC or prefer something non-psychoactive, then a cup of hemp-derived CBD tea is just as therapeutic as THC-infused tea. That, and it's legal, meaning you can enjoy it all over the world.

Chai Awakening- The Brothers Apothecary

Strong and soothing to the soul, Chai Awakening by Brothers Apothecary brightens your mind without getting you fired up or pumped full of caffeine. In addition to 40mg of hemp CBD, Chai Awakening also has a touch of vanilla, among other simple ingredients, to make each cup slightly sweet and comforting.


If you can't remember the last time you slept well, then you need Doze by Fleurs, one of the most relaxing teas around, to remind you why it's so necessary. Each sachet contains 7mg of hemp CBD to encourage deep, invigorating sleep. Additionally, Doze calms nerves and agitation and relieves anxiety and pain.

Passion Fruit Rooibos Tea Mix- OLEO

For a simple cup of caffeine-free tea infused with CBD, OLEO has just the thing for you. Their Passion Fruit Rooibos Tea Mix has 25mg of THC and is water-soluble, meaning you can easily mix it with cold water to make your own refreshing, flowery tea before starting your day. It won't take long for you to feel the effects of CBD, as this fruity, fresh mix works fast and absorbs three times faster than oils.

CBD Mint Tea - Om

When you have stomach problems, Om CBD Mint Tea is what you need. Mint has been used for years to relieve an upset tummy and to aid digestion. It's also fantastic for reducing migraines and nausea. You'll be amazed at how far 5mg of water-soluble CBD in a cup of Om CBD Mint Tea can take you.

Matcha' Cha - Kickback Cold Brew Tea

Did you know that Matcha tea is equivalent to ten cups of green tea? Or that it has 137 times more antioxidants than traditionally brewed green tea? Now you know part of why Matcha' Cha is a hit. The other part is that it has 20mg of calming and stress-relieving CBD in each bottle.

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