HEMP TEA & CBD
Hemp (Cannabis sativa)is also called industrial hemp, plant of the family Cannabaceae cultivated for its fiber or its edible seeds. Hemp is sometimes confused with the cannabis plants that serve as sources of the drug marijuana. The seeds and flowers are used to extract CBD oil. One of the main ingredients in hemp tea is CBD (Cannabidiol) which is the non-psychoactive component found in the hemp plant. Hemp contains only trace amounts of THC (which causes the "high" in Marijuana). CBD itself comes in oils, tinctures, creams, edibles and more.
No. The CBD comes directly from the hemp leaf. This provides a full spectrum product with all the Cannabanoids present, not just an extract. We feel this is a less processed, more holistic method of enjoying the benefits of natural hemp.
Magic Leaf Tea uses only legal hemp from a registered grower with the Department of Agriculture. Our hemp is Federally and state licensed.
To be legal, THC content must be < than .3 THC (delta 9)
If you ingest hemp, your body will absorb very little CBD. Some people smoke hemp flowers to ingest the CBD. This is achieved by combustion (i.e. decarboxilation). We use a proprietary technique to decarb the hemp leaves for drinking. This is more efficient method versus added binders or filler.
Our hemp is proudly grown in New York State less than 20 miles from our blending center. The hemp we use is different because it's grown indoors, year round under carefully controlled conditions. Our hemp plants are happy, and get a special diet of proprietary nutrients which result in higher CBD test results than the industry average. And being indoors means no pests, chemicals are artificial fertilizers.
We usually ship in 1-2 business days in discrete packaging via USPS. Transit times usually are 1-3 days. We send out a tracking code with each order.
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Our hemp is organically grown with no chemicals or artificial fertilizers. However we are not certified USDA organic. The USDA currently does not have a program for certifying hemp products. But our products are as close to organic as possible.