Three benefits of cannabis tea

Cannabis tea has been growing in popularity all over the world in recent years. There are countless remarkable benefits of cannabis tea, also referred to as marijuana tea. These benefits include reducing nausea, stimulate the appetite and eliminate pain. 

What is cannabis tea?

Cannabis tea, also known as pot tea, weed tea and ganja tea, originates from the well-known cannabis plant. It is a cannabis-infused hot drink that has been recognised as herbal medicine in many countries. 

Even though cannabis is only just taking the world by storm, cannabis tea has been around for centuries of years. One of the earliest records of people consuming it was in Jamaica where pregnant mothers would use it to treat their morning sickness and anxiety. But note that it is advised by health experts to not consume cannabis while pregnant. 

Similar to edibles in the way it is consumed, marijuana tea is slow to get to work. When smoking cannabis, the cannabinoids are immediately absorbed into the bloodstream. But when it, the tea must go through the digestive system, meaning the effects will take longer to become apparent. Because of this, it is advised to start with a small amount of tea when taking for the first time as it is easy to overconsume. 

Benefits

For hundreds of year, the benefits of drinking cannabis tea have been recognised. With many brewing their own at home and adding an array of ingredients.

Pain Relief 

One of the most researched and proven benefits of cannabis tea is its ability to relieve pain. Many people consume it if they suffer from chronic pain due to its long-lasting effects. This makes it extremely helpful for medical patients needing long-lasting pain relief.

THC and CBD, the two main compounds in the cannabis plant are able to react with the bodies endocannabinoid system. When this happens, they help to send signals to the brain which enforce pain relieving signals. 

Digestive Health 

The compounds in cannabis have shown to be great for soothing the digestive system and relieving nausea. Cancer patients who are undergoing chemotherapy often take cannabis products to relieve their sickness. However, tea is a great alternative to smoking cannabis as it is much healthier.

Drinking it also helps to relieve inflammation in the gut. In turn, this stops nausea and helps those with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). Because it has this effect, it also helps with appetite. When someone is feeling sick they are less likely to have an appetite which often leads to eating disorders such as anorexia. 

Anxiety and Depression

The final benefit we will discuss is how cannabis tea can help treat and relieve anxiety and depression. The compound THC has proven to have effective claiming abilities. This calming nature helps to aid stress and even insomnia. CBD is also great at bringing soothing benefits.

Those who struggle with depression and similar chemical imbalances will also benefit greatly from drinking cannabis in tea. This is because marijuana acts as a sedative that can soothe and calm any worries and thinking patterns.

Conclusion 

There is still lots of controversy surrounding the use of medical marijuana and cannabis tea. This has lead to numerous tests and unverified claims about the side effects. However, many people still believe cannabis should be legal for medical use and this is helping it to grow in popularity. 

To find out the latest news and information about cannabis, make sure to follow The Leaf Desk.