Looking for a way to introduce cannabis to your mom or grandma? The herbal medicine can be wonderful for the common ailments faced by aging family members, but many are reluctant to embrace marijuana’s healing relief.
With this sentiment in mind, Colorado activist Susan Squibb created Mother’s High Tea, an annual event to honor mothers and women in the cannabis community, which is coming up soon on October 10 in Denver. While there’s no actual THC consumed during the event, it’s a safe space to bring the whole family (including kids) to introduce them to cannabis culture.
Featuring a keynote address from Colorado State Senator, Irene Aguilar, the event will include an elegant tea reception where guests will have the chance to mingle, write a letter to their legislature, craft with their children or step outside and enjoy a view of downtown Denver. The tea reception will be followed by a lineup of inspiring speakers.
If you’d like to create a High THC Tea ceremony at home, check out the cannabis-infused teas and honeys below. Then, when grandma is ready to try some cannabis, you’ll be ready!
Using local wildflower honey, the team at Honey Pot creates cannabis-infused honey, tea and topicals that have garnered five HIGH TIMES Cannabis Cup awards so far. Pioneering the CBD market with a variety of THC/CBD formations, Honey Pot Bear surely has a perfect product for every patient! Dosed at 15 mg of THC per tablespoon, each large bear contains 250 mg total.
Bonus: Use this honey to create an amazing Honey Cardamom Bundt Cake!
A collaboration with Gold Drop resulted in a first place win in the Edibles category for Baked Bee’s Extra Strength Medicated Honey. Precise dosing of 50 milligrams of THC per tablespoon makes this product easy to use, highly recommended for those new to using edible cannabis remedies. CBD formulas are available as well. Use these sweet infusions in a variety of creative ways, including in baklava, sauces, dressings and drizzled over pizza.
Bonus: Discover five tasty ways to use this honey in a variety of recipes!
Harmonious Honey Sticks
These sweet treats are the bees’ knees. Cold-pressed, local Highland Honey from Boulder County is infused with cannabis for a pure and perfect taste of Colorado with 10 mg of active THC per serving.
Enjoy your honey with a dose of THC day or night. This infused honey tastes great and is available in 4 oz. or 10 oz. sizes, with 60 milligrams of THC per ounce. Use it in your coffee, tea or cooking for a easy way to dose cannabis medicine. Choose from Sativa or Indica varieties based on your needs. In addition to honey, Pollen Nation creates innovative bee pollen and cannabis kief capsules. Bee pollen has numerous health benefits as it can aid in digestion, help maintain a healthy weight and contains anti-inflammatory antioxidants.
Creating cannabis-infused teas including Hibiscus, Rooibos, Passion Peach and more, this innovative outfit also makes powdered hot chocolate and chai latte mixes.
Fresh off a first place win in the CBD Edibles category, this healing honey balances THC and CBD in a one-to-one ratio for maximum benefits. Along with this organic, solvent-free honey, Critical also produces hydrocarbon extracts, solvent-free oil and vape tanks.
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