Summer is winding down, and increasingly, Alaskans are feeling the urge to cuddle up with a comfortable blanket and warm drink. After spending the last three months fishing, hiking, biking, and camping, it’s safe to say that we’re more than a little tired and maybe even a bit banged up. So, when picking a pairing for this month, we decided to slow things down and focus on a relaxing combo of Alaska Botanicals Herbs and Teas’ Seldovia Bay Blueberry Tea and Frontier CBD’s Sour CBD Gummies.
Alaska has nearly 50 types of wild berries that grow throughout the summer and fall, but it’s blueberries that cause the biggest commotion. Every August and September, Alaskans flock to the hillsides to harvest these plump, sweet berries that are renowned for their natural sweetness. But if you want to enjoy these blue beauties without the work, you can dig into a big mug of Seldovia Bay Blueberry Tea.
This full-bodied, robust tea features wild blueberries gathered locally from Seldovia. Once picked, the berries are set to cure in a blend of natural herbs like lavender, lemon thyme, chicory, and red leaf clover. The tea is then infused with fragrant wild-picked fireweed and a pinch of stevia for added sweetness. The result is a delicious, caffeine-free cup of tea that perfectly steeps within three to five minutes.
To get the most out of your self-care routine, try pairing your cup of tea with a few of Frontier CBD’s Sour CBD Gummies in blue raspberry. The sweetness of the tea cuts through the sourness of the gummies and intensifies the fruity flavor of both products. Highly potent, Frontier CBD’s products are the perfect way to enjoy the pain and mood regulation effects of Cannabis without consuming any THC. Said to adjust the endocannabinoid system, which in turn regulates eating, sleeping, inflammation, cognitive function, and overall relaxation, CBD is a natural way to show your body some love. Frontier CBD’s gummies also come in a wide variety of flavors and potencies, so you can find the exact right product for your individual needs.
This article was originally published in the September 2021 issue of all Leaf Magazines.
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