Highbiscus | Hemp CBD Tea
CBD Tea | Infused Herbal Hibiscus Tea
This intoxicatingly deep red blend of CBD Hibiscus tea redefines what it means to enjoy herbal. Hibiscus has been used for centuries to support a healthy body. We’ve added a handful of complementary herbs for an exotic, semi-sweet mountain-high experience. Highbiscus makes a fantastic hot tea, but is equally delicious on ice.
Est. 50-60MG Per Tea Bag
1 pack, 3 pack, and 20 pack available
Does not contain caffeine
The Benefits of Highbiscus CBD Tea:
Known for its vibrant red color, hibiscus flowers, Hibiscus sabdariffa, thrive in a tropical climate and are commonly made into teas. Hibiscus tea is made from dried parts of the hibiscus flower. It has a naturally sweet but tart flavor and offers a similar flavor profile to cranberries. There are over 200 species of Hibiscus flowers. They are grown in mostly tropical area with very few areas where they can grow in cold temperatures. It is ideal for blending into herbal infusions, syrups, or even dying fabrics.
Hibiscus Tea is high in vitamin C and can promote a healthy immune system. Hibiscus Tea is also full of phytochemicals like polyphenols and anthocyanins, which may help lower inflammation. Hibiscus flowers are used for so many different teas in Mexico, Latin America, and North America. Hibiscus tea is often referred to as Aga de Jamaica, and is usually served chilled with sugar to sweeten the natural tart flavor.
Native to eastern North America, cranberries are edible, tart berries. Cranberries are a very popular superfood. They are high in nutrients and antioxidants. Research has linked the nutrients of cranberries to help with urinary tract infections.
Stevia is known for its delightful taste. They have been used for thousands of years by the Guarani tribe for its health benefits and cut the bitterness of teas. Often touted as a safe and healthy sugar substitute.
Lemongrass is an aromatic and uplifting herb.
Spearmint is a smooth and bright flavor that offers a refreshing and inspiring flavor.
What does Highbiscus taste like?
Our Highbiscus Tea offers a bright sweet yet tart refreshing flavor. With warm tasting notes from the lemongrass and a sweet tang from the cranberry. And a finishing note of sweetness from the stevia.
Tasting Notes: Bright, Floral
When should I drink Highbiscus?
Highbiscus is caffeine free, so it’s easy to drink any time of day. We suggest even brewing it hot and adding ice for a lovely iced tea moment. Remember, each bag can be used up to 2-3 times (and be sure to press and massage the bag with a spoon for maximum benefit!)
- Est. 50-60MG Per Tea Bag (Full Spectrum)
- Does not contain caffeine
- 1 pack, 3 pack, and 20 pack available
- Contains coconut milk (used as a lipid to increase CBD absorption)
"I am 29 and have hypertension and take blood pressure medicine and decided to give this a try and I am so pleased with the results, I am happy to know this helps me keep my blood pressure manageable. The flavor is great and I recommend 100% for anyone with similar health issues."
by Sean Bassham
"Let me start off by saying that out of all the CBD teas I have ever tasted ( and I’ve tasted quite a few) brothers apothecary has the best teas by far! Amazing taste and high quality along with fast acting to support all of your internal needs. I’m highly impressed and have recommended to hundreds of people on my social media platform poetry page sun_moon_poetry ❤️ Outstanding! With this specific blend prepare your taste buds for excitement. The floral notes of the rose mixed with the hibiscus is sweet and tart , perfect for a day at the park 😍 Light and smooth to perfection."
Cannabinoids also need to be able to work in your body, referred to as "bioavailability". That's why nearly all of our teas, capsules and superfoods are infused with a proprietary hemp + coconut base, formulated for CBD absorption.
You may notice ingredients like Tapioca Maltodextrin (sourced from organic Yuca Root) and Organic Acacia Fiber. Both help prevent clumping and improve mixability. Just like our herbs and tea, these base ingredients come from small, organic farms.