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Herbs and spices to treat aches and pains
Aches and pains are a fact of life, and seem to be more common as we grow older.
The world of herbal remedies for this is varied and there are several that have scientific evidence of effectiveness.
The one most investigated now is hemp CBD and there are a wide variety of reports that this helps, either topically applied to the body, drunk as a teas or taking drops froma CBD oil.
The research so far supports the possibility that hemp CBD can help with pain.
We are investigating the use of fresh hemp CBD leaf used in a tea for pain relief.
The fresh hemp has the precurser to THC and CBD in its leaves. It tests with 0.08 THC-A and 4.6% CBD-A. So a tea of fresh leaves, made from both butter and hot water, should have some CBD-A in the beverage.
Peggy's Pain Killer (PPK) tea
The pain reliver tea uses just two ingredients fresh hemp CBD type and stevia. The theory is that the hemp leaves will offer fast relief and the stevia will help with long term help such as reducing inflammation.
Place the sprigs of stevia and hemp in a cup of with the pat of butter and microwave for 20 seconds. The butter should be dissolved and springs wilted. Then add water and soymilk and reheat in the microwave for a minute.
Let steep for about five minutes.Drink the tea.
The pain killer seems to last four to six hours, so another cup may be needed.
Pain Reliever Root BeerRecipe
1 gallon of pure water
3 table spoon of willow bank
2 tablespoon of sarsparilla
1 tablespoon dried stevia or 8 6 inch springs of fresh stevia
1 teaspoon of real vanilla
2 tablesppon fresh grated ginger root
12 Hemp PPK leaves
1 cinnamon stock
4 star anise
Place in a large pot and bring to a boil. after it reaches boil, bring heat down to a simmer and simmer for 20 minutes.
Cannabidiolic acid as a selective cyclooxygenase-2 inhibitory component in cannabis. A study on CBDA as a Cox-2 inhibitor. Justification for CBDA as a pain killer.
IS IT LEGAL
The 2018 USA Farm Bill removed hemp from a schedule 1 product. This paves the way for making hemp a legal product in the states. However, state law may still make hemp illegal and so you need to check with your state and perhaps your local area.
This statement has not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.