CBD Living Stone Ground Matcha Tea is infused with high quality, hemp-based nano-CBD. CBD Living’s unique nano-CBD technology creates tea with high bioavailability, making the CBD easily absorbable. Matcha used in ceremonies is referred to as ceremonial-grade matcha, meaning that the matcha powder is of a high enough quality to be used in the tea ceremony. Matcha Green Tea is a great way to take your CBD on the go, while maintaining discretion. CBD (Cannabidiol) is a non-psychoactive cannabinoid found in the hemp plant so there is no worry about feeling “high” after drinking CBD Tea. Matcha is finely ground powder of specially grown and processed green tea leaves. It is special in two aspects of farming and processing: the green tea plants for matcha are shade-grown for three to four weeks before harvest, and the stems and veins are removed during processing, and matcha has many health benefits all on it’s own. When you drink matcha you ingest the entire leaf and receive 100% of the nutrients of the leaf Matcha powdered green tea has 137 times more antioxidants than ordinarily brewed green tea. One cup of matcha equals ten cups of regularly brewed green tea as far as nutritional content goes. One 2oz. package of CBD Living Matcha Instant Green Tea contains 150mg of CBD. Each individual serving of tea contains 7.5mg of CBD.
The Matcha blended quickly with no clumping and tasted great both with and without honey added. You can also make it cold just by putting half a spoonful into a cold bottle of water and shaking it well. I first had Matcha five years ago at The Los Angeles Tea Festival in Little Tokyo and became a huge fan immediately. Since then I’ve been drinking Matcha and trying as many different brands as possible. This is the first infused Matcha I’ve ever tried and honestly it’s my new favorite. You can order CBD Living products, including their infused stone ground Matcha, by going to cbdliving.com online. There isn’t any THC so you can have it delivered direct to your home. They’re also featured on our cover this issue, so be sure you read their full story.
Patrick Ian Moore