Usually you can use a spoonful of hemp tea per 250ml of water. You simply put this in a porcelain pot, in which the tea can be brewed later. If we're being very specific, the ideal water temperature is between 60 and 80°C.
Depending on the desired intensity, you should let the tea steep for about 3-5 minutes. If you want to drink it very strongly, you can even wait 15 minutes, although by then the hemp tea will probably taste very bitter.
So that the cannabinoids can develop really well, you should not forget to add a little fat. There are of course several options: milk, cream, coconut fat or a few drops of oil. For a high therapeutic effect, it would also be conceivable to add a drop or two of CBD oil.
Taking the CBD tea
The rest is easy - you just drink the hemp tea like normal tea. Once you’ve experienced hemp tea for yourself, you will be better able to estimate how many cups you should drink.
There is no universal dosage recommendation for hemp tea. It's best to try the tea yourself.
Of course, the number of cups to drink also depends on what kind of tea it is and whether you just want to drink the CBD tea or pursue a therapeutic goal.
After a bit of trial and error you will quickly find out how many cups are good for you, when you feel something and whether there are any side effects. Unfortunately, an exact statement that applies to all cannot be given.
If you want the dosage to be even easier, you can simply buy pre-packaged tea bags. You then pour boiling water over it and let the tea bag brew as just described and like you would for most other teas.