Willies Remedy CBD Tea Bags – Breakfast Blend 200mg 16 Count

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Willies Remedy CBD Tea Bags – Breakfast Blend A blend of teas from some of the finest tea growing regions in the world, Ceylon tea from Sri Lanka is woody and fruity with delicate notes of molasses and pepper. Indian Assam tea leaves introduce a malty and spicy flavor to this well-balanced, classic, English-style breakfast tea. Willies Remedy CBD Tea Bags – Breakfast Blend is then infused with organically grown, full-spectrum hemp extract from small- to mid-sized independent U.S. farmers, to add extra calm to every cup. The pyramid shape of our unique bags allows the whole leaves to stay intact and move freely, preserving freshness and flavor. The result is an efficacious and efficient brew, similar to an infuser, but with the ease of a bag. Our eco-friendly, pyramid bags biodegrade in a landfill or compost in just 14-21 days. Our bags are free from chemical treatments, certified 100% bio-based carbon, plastic-free and will not absorb the beneficial hemp extract. The result is an efficacious and efficient, caffeinated brew, that is equally delightful served hot or on ice. Ingredients: Assam tea, Ceylon tea, full-spectrum hemp extract. Infusion Strength Our patent-pending process ensures an even infusion, with 12.5 mg of hemp in each tea bag. Packaging Sizes Willie’s Remedy Breakfast Blend is available in 1.2 oz Tin, 200 mg of hemp extract. About Willie’s Remedy “When I started counting my blessings, my whole life turned around.” -Willie Nelson Direct CBD Online has roots in the south. Therefore we are proud to offer a brand and products build by a living legend. Born from country superstar Willie Nelson’s passion for both coffee and marijuana plants: Meet Willie’s Remedy. This brand’s journey began with CBD-infused coffee and now offers even more wholesome feel-good products. In fact, outside of his fandom, Nelson is also a prominent advocate of the legalization and decriminalization of marijuana. However, to the entire nation’s surprise, he decided to distance himself from the rolling paper in 2019. Nelson says the transition to CBD was a natural one.