Stir In A Dose Of CBD
Want an easy way to stir in a little dose of CBD into your favorite beverage? Boost the dosage in your favorite tea, or help the CBD or THC in your cannabis tea absorb faster. CBD is a compound naturally found in the cannabis plant. The non-psychoactive cousin to THC, CBD can’t get you high. Instead, when ingested, CBD gets to work on your body’s endocannabinoid system. Our body’s endocannabinoid system is in charge of regulating sleep patterns, appetite and general mood. Our bodies already produce cannabinoids in its regulation of emotion and sleep – ingesting CBD can trigger the release of more.*
Health Benefits of CBD
In addition to triggering the release of cannabinoids, CBD works with the nervous system to intercept the transmission of pain signals in the body. It also influences the release of specific hormones and enzymes that can aid in digestive health and cognitive function. So what does this have to do with anxiety? CBD has been used for centuries to help relieve anxiety, soothe stress and promote rest and relaxation!*
Brothers CBD Coconut Oil Sticks
A delicious, nutty blend of organic coconut oil and hemp-derived CBD extract. The perfect added fat for extra absorption of your CBD or THC teas. Infused with an estimated 10-13mg CBD per stick, these portable CBD Coconut Oil Sticks are perfect for cooking or as an added fat in your cannabis tea.*
Health Benefits of Coconut Oil
Coconut oil is a unique fatty-acid rich superfood that boosts brain function, speeds up fat loss and protects your heart! Coconut oil is high in healthy saturated fats that provide your body and brain with quick energy and raise the good HDL cholesterol in your blood. The fats in coconut oil are known as Medium Chain Triglycerides (MCTs). MCTs are shorter than most other fats, and they go straight to your liver where they are turned into fuel or ketones. MCTs actually increase how many calories you burn by as much as 5%! Coconut oil also helps you feel fuller longer, cutting out the need for midday snacks. Finally, coconut oil helps protect your hair, skin and teeth by providing moisture, blocking ultraviolet rays and killing harmful bacteria on the skin and in the mouth!* Seriously, what can’t coconut oil do?
How To Use ‘Em
Stash a couple Brothers Coconut Oil CBD sticks in your pocket, purse or backpack to spruce up a coffee or cannabis tea on the go. Lipids help increase your body’s natural absorption of THC and CBD. Light and sweet, coconut is a perfect choice for stirring into your favorite beverage!
Brothers CBD Honey Sticks
A tempting blend of sweet local organic honey and hemp-derived CBD extract in every stick. Light and bright, these Brothers CBD Honey Sticks bring the perfect touch of sweetness for your CBD or THC teas. Each stick contains an estimated 10-13mg of CBD.*
Health Benefits of Raw Honey
In addition to tasting great, raw honey is an amazing source of antioxidants and has natural antibacterial and anti-fungal properties. Honey actually naturally contains the powerful antiseptic agent hydrogen peroxide. This makes honey an amazing healing ingredient for both internal and external ailments. Raw honey is also chock full of plant-derived phytonutrients which contain their own antioxidant and anti-inflammatory benefits. Honey has long been used to treat colds and flus. Raw honey is helpful for soothing a sore throat and quieting a noisy cough. Finally, honey can also soothe digestive issues from ulcers to upset tummies.*
How To Use ‘Em
Keep a few Brothers CBD Honey Sticks on hand to sweeten up a recipe or a mug of tea or coffee. Whether on the go or savored at home, this golden honey blend is sure to delight.*
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