I Tried CBD in My Tea, and Here's What I Felt 

In the past, I've been burnt by a number of wellness fads. Indeed, for more than a decade, it has been my job to embrace what companies claim will be the new "revolution"

in health and personal care and make myself a guinea pig. I've tried various goods, diets, and even getaways to see if they're worth a shot 

 (probiotics) or should be discarded (rocker bottom shoes). One of my favorite test drives was a month of using Daily Harvest.

So, with the rapid growth of CBD shops across the United States, my nature drove me to test this much-hyped and ballyhooed product—and write about it

so you'll know if it's right for you or not. Are you considering trying hemp tea or CBD oil for the first time?

 I strongly advise you to follow my advice. But first, before we go into my story, let's go over the fundamentals.

CBD is one of more than a dozen active chemicals discovered in cannabis. Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), CBD's well-known first cousin, 

is the chemical linked with marijuana's "high" or psychoactive properties. CBD has no psychoactive properties.

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