late wrote:What I am doing now is a version of the Chinese style of brewing green tea. They use a large amount, but brew for only a few seconds. I use a generous amount, and brew for 15 to 30 seconds. I can get 3 or 4 brews out of that by adding a tiny bit of matcha to the subsequent brews.
Assuming CBD is an effective immunosupressant, then you don't want to take it at the beginning, you want your body to fight back. But when things get ugly, it might help. That monoclonal treatment would prob work better.
Make sure to pour out the first brew. Or, that's how they do it in China.
They will brew multiple times, and each time it has a bit of a different flavor. They will drink it in small cups, almost like a shot of tea, but that is only the case at a Chinese tea shop with a group of people, and what not.
Yeah, I love green tea. Don't drink it much anymore.
Another way Chinese often drink tea, is, not throwing away the first brew or anything, just throwing some tea leaves in a glass or a travel bottle, and filling it with hot water. Like, just grab a water glass, throw some tea leaves in, and add hot water.
But, I don't question your style. Japanese tea is different, as is the way they drink it.
Macha tea ceremony produces some delicious tea indeed.
I might want to say I prefer Japanese tea, although Chinese tea is much more varied. Japanese has several common varieties of tea, I forget the name of the tea with cracked rice in it, but I think I am an aficionado of sencha the most.
Anyway, I find this CBD (and THC) research very interesting. And dare I say, very promising.
I'm smoking some of that stuff right now, though what I'm sipping on isn't exactly sencha.
How I have personally used CBD, my friend gave me a jar of CBD ointment.
I was in fact working at a weed farm at the time, but I tend to do physical work, and you get those aches and pains. The stuff really works.
I have old hip, back, and neck injuries. My hip in particular flares up sometimes.
I rub a good amount of CBD ointment on it, and the results are basically instant. And, it feels as though it is healing, in the sense that the inflammation stays low, so as to allow me to resume activities, and frankly, when you can do normal motion; as long as you are cautious; it is actually healing in its own way, in that the muscles and tendons and everything can engage in their normal activities, and you can promote blood flow, etc. For example, strength training is excellent physical therapy.
When I apply the CBD to my back and hip, I feel immediate pain reduction, and it actually feels as though it promotes blood flow.
Almost makes you think. What if the cure to the covid pandemic is to encourage everyone around the world to ingest large amounts of marijuana