Pumpkins, Prosperity, Protection
As a symbol of prosperity, abundance and connectivity, the pumpkin is quite fitting for a yerba mate blend. Further enhancing things with mind and body relaxing CBD, now we’re truly ready for anything come this winter. Gentle costars of cinnamon-nutmeg-cardamom spice, we’ve allowed the sweet pumpkin to take center stage with beautifully crisp accenting tones of tropical mango and papaya for a wholesome gourmet experience.
CBD Infused Yerba Mate Tea
An ancient holly plant revered for its natural and sustainable uplifting effects, yerba mate is an excellent alternative to coffee and energy drinks. CBD, a compound found in non-psychoactive hemp, shows remarkable anti-inflammatory, muscle relaxing, and calming effects. Combining CBD with yerba mate offers a treasure trove of mind and body balancing effects, helping to enhance mood and promote a sense of well-being.
Yerba mate, pumpkin, papya, mango, black tea, nutmeg, cinnamon, honeybush, coconut sugar, ginger, clove, licorice, safflower, cardamon, pumpkin seeds, CBD.
All ingredients are 100% certified organic and pure.
What is CBD and is it safe to consume?
CBD is a naturally occurring compound derived from the cannabis and hemp plants. Though cannabis and hemp are of the same species, hemp is specifically grown for industrial and food purposes, with less than 0.3% THC content. This means that hemp plants will not produce any ‘high’ effects you’d receive from traditional cannabis. This is the primary distinction that allows hemp to be sold and consumed legally.
In a 2017 safety review by the World Health Organization (WHO), it was stated that CBD poses no public health risk or potential for abuse. The WHO report deemed CBD to be very safe and well-tolerated across a wide spectrum of doses.
Moreover, in 2018, the Expert Committee on Drug Dependence (ECDD) concluded that recent evidence suggests that CBD could have therapeutic value for seizures due to epilepsy and related conditions…showing evidence that CBD (cannabidiol) is not likely to be abused or create dependence as with THC (tetrahydrocannabinol, the compound in traditional cannabis responsible for the acute euphoric sensation or ‘high’).
Where and how is our CBD produced?
When you consume our CBD yerba mate tea, you don’t need to be concerned with getting ‘high’ or intoxicated, as we only provide pure CBD without any additional compounds from the hemp plant. Our CBD is derived from USA-grown and certified organic industrial hemp. It has been tested for safety and free from toxins.
Review certified lab reports:
CBD isolate report
Certificate of Analysis
Overall health benefits of CBD
- Helps ease anxiety & provide calming effects
- Promotes a good sleep
- Muscle relaxing
- Helps with depression
- Helps destroy cancer cells
- Reduces seizures
- Reduce fibromyalgia issues
- Helps with migraines
- Promotes a sense of well-being
- Could aid in drug and alcohol addiction recovery
- May help with ADD/ADHD as a focus & concentration aid
- May stabilize blood sugar levels in diabetics
- Helps reduce general pain and inflammation
- Soothes an upset stomach / reduce vomiting
- Reduce skin inflammation due to acne, psoriasis, various skin disorders
- Protects the brain from cell damage – may aid in memory
Drinking with mate gourd
Add 1–3 heaping teaspoon to your gourd. 1 teaspoon will provide 6.5mg of CBD, which is an ideal dose. Alternatively, many people enjoy 15mg doses for a more pronounced calming effect. You may also add 1 teaspoon to your non-CBD yerba mate in the gourd, allowing you to enjoy your normal 3/4s full amount of mate. Experiment and see what works best for you.
French press, teapot, infuser
Add 1 heaping teaspoon per 8oz of water. Adjust amount for your personal preference. Allow to steep for 1–3 minutes.
Explore our yerba mate preparation guides here.
Scientific and Research Source
Healing with CBD (2018), Eileen Konieczny, RN
This information is provided for educational purposes only. Please consult with your professional health care provider if you have any doubt of using CBD.
These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, treat, or cure any disease. Always check with your physician before starting a new dietary supplement program.