How to Make Cannabis Tea for Complete Beginners

An excellently rolled joint is one of the few things that goes great with a hot cup of tea. Cannabis, like tea, is quite adaptable, and it does not always have to be rolled and smoked or stuffed into the bowl of your bong. Instead, make a cup of marijuana tea with that pot and discover a new way to relax with this herb. 

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Cannabis tea, sometimes called weed tea, ganja tea, or marijuana tea, is an easy and relaxing method of taking marijuana. It's not as easy as tossing cannabis buds into boiling water and then heating it to a boil. For the desired impact, precision and the proper formula are essential.  
Marijuana tea is just tea with cannabis added to it. Most marijuana teas contain THC or CBD, the two most well-known cannabis components, although their non-psychoactive predecessors (THCA, CBDA) might also be present.  
Compared to smoking weed, this tea has a longer-lasting effect, and it takes 30 to 40 minutes to take effect. Weed tea may give an easy and relaxing experience if you have the patience and time.  
Weed teas are great for folks who want to reap the advantages of cannabis but don't want to smoke, dab, vape, or consume edibles. You can prepare marijuana tea with any cannabis material with the desired compounds.  
Now let's discuss how to make it.  

Making Cannabis Tea 

Preparing marijuana tea isn't as simple as tossing some nugs and a tea bag into a pot of water and waiting for the feel-good juice to appear. Typically, people begin with buds, although cannabis stems, shake, trim, and even kief or hash can all be used.   
This is why so many seasoned smokers save their stems in separate jars rather than throwing them away in the trash. You never know when you'll want to go a little crazy with some homemade treats.  

 

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The most critical step in creating homemade cannabis tea is decarboxylating your weed once you've chosen your base ingredients. Decarboxylation involves converting THCA to THC (or CBDA to CBD), which activates the components that give cannabis its therapeutic properties.   
To make weed tea, decarboxylate your buds by cutting them into small pieces, placing them on a baking sheet, and baking them for approximately 25-30 minutes at 230 degrees Fahrenheit.   
You will need to keep an eye on your buds during the process, as these are just general guidelines. The temperature and time will vary depending on your oven. Take your cannabis out of the oven after it has turned slightly brown, and you're ready to create herbal beverages.  
Use an herb grinder to chop your buds once they've undergone decarboxylation. Fill a tea bag halfway with cannabis and close it tightly to prevent it from leaking into the water. Bring your preferred amount of water to a boil on the burner. To gently boil it, keep the burner on low. Place the tea bag in hot water and let it steep for 30 minutes.  
As a result, you can extract the maximum amount of flavor. For enhanced herbal flavor, you can also add regular tea leaves. Remove the tea bags once you've completed the above step. Serve the mixture once it has cooled to a consumable temperature. Sugar and honey can be added to suit your taste buds.  

Why Should I Make Marijuana Tea When I Could Smoke It? 

While joints will help you experience the benefits of cannabis more quickly, there will always be occasions when you want to try something new, and marijuana tea can be that for you. Edibles, such as marijuana brownies or marijuana tea, provide an entirely different experience that may put a grin on your face and make you feel warm and cozy inside.  

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Furthermore, not everyone can smoke, and there will be moments in your life when you want to be more covert or when exhaling clouds of pungent marijuana smoke aren't possible. Marijuana tea is an excellent choice in such circumstances.  
Cannabis tea, regardless of how you make it, can provide you with a mental boost in addition to all of the brilliant benefits of marijuana and CBD. According to research, mixing cannabis with green tea can give antioxidant advantages and boost metabolism. 

Do Weed Teas Take A Long Time To Take Effect? 

Like any edible, weed tea is digested in the stomach and metabolized in the body. The time it takes for your cannabis tea to take effect is determined by how empty your stomach is. Most users claim to experience the effects of cannabis tea after 30 minutes to 2 hours on average.

 

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The ideal way to consume cannabis tea is to take it slowly so you can control the potency and intensity of the effects. If you drink tea quickly and don't feel the high right away, you could be tempted to brew and drink more tea, which might lead to you taking a much higher amount.  

Final Thoughts 

Weed tea is a convenient and straightforward brew guaranteed to brighten your spirits, whether you want a calm cup of tea to drink while reading a nice book or just seeking a fun kitchen activity.  
Cannabis tea, also known as marijuana tea, is simple to produce and tastes like any other consumable. Some individuals prefer cannabis tea over other consumables like cookies, brownies, or sweets because it is a healthier alternative.  

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