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Ever been kept awake by a nasty cough? It’s the worst. Now you can fix that persistent hack and get your forty winks without resorting to chemical additives. Here’s the simple recipe

Sweetener: People have been using honey for a long time. It’s a great way to sweeten a bitter drink or porridge. Scoop some CBD honey into your favourite drinks or porridge. We can tell you that it’s far more effective and healthier than a sugar. So just imagine all the extra health benefits you would get by adding CBD honey. Enjoy it as a delicacy while still getting the great benefits that CBD cannabinoids have to offer. Honey is a great substitute. Give it a try and we are sure you will never go back.

Cannabinoids (like CBD) are chemical compounds produced naturally by the hemp plant. Amazingly, cannabinoids are also produced by the human body known as endocannabinoids (with Endo referring to internal or within the body). There are endocannabinoid receptors in both the central and peripheral nervous systems for the regulation of various physiological processes such as sleep, appetite, mood, pain, stress response and immune functions. Due to similarities in their structure, the cannabinoids contained in our Full Spectrum Virgin Hemp Extract Boosted with Pure CBD Distillate interact with the endocannabinoid receptors in the body.

Bring the water to a boil, and then simmer until half the water is gone. Pour the water through a cheesecloth to remove the herbs. Wait for the water to cool a bit.

Direction for use: 1-2 tsp a day

Application:

How and where you use CBD honey could vary greatly. Come up with other ways of using this great product and enrich your life. Remember that the trick is to get the cannabinoids into your body, one way or the other, so do not be afraid to go wild with your experimenting.

Cbd infused honey

That’s where Potli—an Asian American–founded company making CBD (cannabidiol) honey—comes in. I first noticed the brand mentioned in a marketing email. As a writer my inbox is often drowning in pitches about products that I mostly archive straightaway, but I found this one particularly intriguing. I seemed to be the exact target audience for Potli’s Feel Good Premium Hemp Raw Honey, which the website claimed would “promote soothing, calm feelings.” Plus, I’m a sucker for a good story, and Potli CEO Felicity Chen had one that resonated with me.

I’ve struggled with anxiety forever. It comes in waves, and at its worst manifests as constant worrying, nervousness, and poor sleep. When the pandemic came along, all of those issues went through the roof. Like many others I was on high alert all the time, trying to navigate how to exist with a deadly virus running rampant while also getting regular life stuff done (in my case, juggling work with taking care of my toddler 24/7). My usual outlets for relieving stress, like going to the gym and grabbing lunches with friends, weren’t as easy to do in this new reality—and I needed help falling and staying asleep throughout the night.

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Potli Feel Good Hemp-Infused Raw Honey

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When I was growing up in a Chinese household, my family often turned to Eastern medicine to treat ailments—which is exactly what it seemed like Chen’s family was doing. She and her college roommate came up with the idea for the Feel Good honey—Potli’s first product—when she moved back home from college in 2015 and noticed that her mother, who has asthma, had been experiencing terrible coughing spells due to her allergies. Chen’s father had begun beekeeping to produce hyper-local wildflower honey he hoped would help her mother. And that’s when Chen had her light bulb moment: “I knew with all the inflammation that was going on in her lungs, CBD would absolutely help and also calm her down,” she says.

If Chen was able to convince her conservative Chinese mother to try anything cannabis-related, I had a feeling the honey had to be good. Upon opening my jar one night, the smell was fragrant and earthy, like I had just ventured into a botanical garden. I scooped out a golden teaspoon of the thick honey (which has 10 mg of CBD) and stirred it into a cup of Sleepytime Tea. After adding a squeeze of lemon, I cozied up under some blankets and surrendered myself to The Great British Bake Off. The first sip was floral, lightly sweet, and truly delightful. After downing the mug, I noticed I did feel calmer. After repeating this routine a few nights in a row, I found myself drifting off while Kim-Joy was shaping dozens of choux pastries into adorable turtles.