Caramel Chai Pu-Erh Temple Tea (Mota)

$19.00

Some say nothing beats a hot cup of tea for soothing comfort. The comfort factor makes this tea a natural for measured-dose THC cannabis medication, carefully blended to ease stress, aches and pains. Introducing Mota’s Caramel Chai Pu-Erh Temple Tea.

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Some say nothing beats a hot cup of tea for soothing comfort. The comfort factor makes this tea a natural for measured-dose THC cannabis medication, carefully blended to ease stress, aches and pains. Introducing Mota’s Caramel Chai Pu-Erh Temple Tea.

 

Directions:

One teaspoon of tea for 250ml boiling water. Steep 10 minutes or more. Longer equals stronger. Add a quarter teaspoon of coconut oil or any fat source while steeping. Remove tea leaves and enjoy!

Insomnia | Pain | Stress | Relaxed | Appetite Loss | Anxiety | Inflammation | Nausea | Euphoric

 

INGREDIENTS Organic Black Tea, Caramel, Cinnamon, Ginger, Flavors, Cloves, Decarboxylated Cannabis, Decarboxylated CBD Hemp Trichomes.
FLAVOUR Caramel Chai Pu-Erh
STRENGTH 120mg THC, 20mg CBD
WEIGHT 30 grams
SERVINGS 12 servings per bag

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