5 Hemp-Derived or CBD Ingredients Our Kitchens Are Missing

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Hemp is growing in popularity, and so are the numbers of ways it can be used in our everyday lives. One place that CBD products are hoping to land is in our kitchens.

In this quick listicle we’ll lay out a few CBD or hemp products you may not have known were available.

1. Stigma Coffee CBD Oil

Stigma CBD creates CBD products and one that caught my eye was the Coffee CBD. This is a concoction made from MCT oil, hemp extract, coffee extract and vanilla extract. One review on the Stigma site states, “Whoa! That is smooth.” Currently my mornings include both coffee and CBD, but never quite in this format. Put this on my list of ones to try in 2021.

2. Loud Grandma Chili Crisp Oil

Available via Pot d’Huile, this is not your grandma’s chili oil. That first line felt like a cheap shot, but there’s still time to save this paragraph. Loud Grandma is a CBD-infused chili oil that I for one am dying to try. I have hit that point in my twenties when I’m just looking for cheap, non-harmful thrills and Loud Grandma is one of those. While it may not be cheap – $29 for a 60ml jar containing a total of 120mg CBD – it does certainly sound thrilling. And relaxing, at the same time, what with the CBD and all.

3. Colorado Hemp Honey

Colorado Hemp Honey is that sweet middle ground where honey and CBD mix and mingle. I don’t know exactly why, but CBD and honey just seem to go together. Apparently, I’m not the only one who thinks so, since there’s a whole company and probably others dedicated to CBD honey. Honey is easy to add to teas and other food applications, making it a practical way to add CBD to your daily life.

4. Glow Water CBD Tea

While it may not be the only one of its kind, Glow Water CBD Tea seems to be a fairly popular brand for CBD teas. Like honey, tea is something that can be easily added to your everyday routine, making teas a potentially revolutionary way to consume CBD.

5. Hemp Hand Towels from Etsy

I looked, and it seems like one of the best places to find hemp kitchen towels is Etsy. Let us not forget that hemp is promising not just because it produces CBD and some other cannabinoids, but because its fibers have a multitude of potential uses such as in fabrics. The pictured towels are from Bohempia on Etsy, but there were several other sellers marketing some as well.

Hopefully this list gave you some insight into some hemp products that might find their ways into some of our kitchens this year. I doubt this will be my last hemp or CBD listicle, so I’ll catch you in the next one!

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