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How To Make Weed Tea With Stems

If you have ever grown your personal weed, you have in all probability discovered your self with a bunch of leftover stems and no notion what to do with them. You could make a batch of cannabutter with some of your stems, but a further alternative is to make weed stem tea, a rapid and quick way to use them up and make some thing tasty.

Weed stem tea can be produced a couple of distinctive techniques based on the effects you want to accomplish, which can either be mildly psychoactive or just flavored like the cannabis plant.

The easiest approach for weed stem tea is to just grind up the stems and use them in location of any loose leaf tea. Just boil the water and add your stems applying a metal tea ball or reusable tea bag, providing them various minutes to steep prior to straining and cooling. You can do this with just stems, or you can add other loose leaf tea like peppermint, black tea, or green tea for additional flavor. After your tea has cooled, you can add creamer, cinnamon, or sugar to taste. This sort of weed stem tea will not be psychoactive as cannabinoids like THC are fat soluble and not water soluble, but it nonetheless tends to make a tasty cup of herbal tea.

If a straightforward steeped stem tea is not what you are seeking for, you can use a slightly distinctive approach with a fat-primarily based milk, which will extract some cannabinoids and flavonoids and can be added to any cup of hot tea.


  • ¼ cup cannabis stems (far more or much less based on your preferred potency)
  • 1 cup half and half
  • three cups water
  • Loose leaf tea (we advocate a black or chai tea that goes effectively with milk)
  • Sugar
  • Honey


  • Grind the stems with a coffee grinder to enhance the surface region and extract far more cannabinoids.
  • Add the half and half to a saucepan and bring to a boil on medium-higher heat.
  • Add the ground stems to the milk and boil for six-eight minutes, stirring frequently to steer clear of more than-boiling or burning.
  • Strain the milk and herb mixture into a cup applying a coffee or tea filter till you have about a half cup of liquid.
  • It may well take a couple minutes for all the liquid to make it by means of the filter, so be patient.
  • Brew three cups of your favored tea to mix with the milk mixture, ideally a black tea like chai that tastes good with milk. To additional mask the potent milk mixture, double the quantity of tea leaves you’d generally brew.
  • Combine ¼ cup of your half and half mixture with some tea in a significant mug and sweeten with raw honey or sugar as necessary. Delight in!

How To Make Cannabis Tea With Flowers

Cannabis tea can also be produced applying the flowers that are dried and ground up to smoke. This will be substantially far more potent and psychoactive than tea produced with stems, as the butter applied will extract far more THC and other cannabinoids.

Here’s what you will need to have:

  • ½ gram ground cannabis flowers
  • ½ teaspoon butter
  • 1 ½ cups water
  • Honey, to taste
  • Metal tea ball or reusable tea bag


  • Combine your buds and butter and location the mixture in the tea ball or bag.
  • Add the water to a saucepan and bring it to a simmer on medium-higher heat, avoiding a complete boil.
  • Simmer the tea bag in the water for 25-30 minutes, watching the heat closely and minimizing it if the water begins to boil. Add far more water if it gets low to preserve it from going dry.
  • For tea that does not taste like pure cannabis, drop in a green or black tea bag of your selection in the course of the final three minutes of simmering.
  • Eliminate the mixture from heat, get rid of the bag, and enable it to cool for five minutes.
  • Add honey or sugar to taste. Be positive to sip gradually and keep in mind that the effects can take as lengthy as an hour to kick in.

The potency of your weed tea produced with flowers will rely on the top quality of bud you use, the quantity in every single cup, your tolerance level and knowledge with cannabis, and many other elements.


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