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Sleep tight and wake up energised.

When there aren’t enough sheep in the flock to count, VoN can help you fall asleep quicker and enjoy longer periods of undisrupted sleep so you can have a glorious tomorrow.


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When your body aches and you feel stiff, VoN can help you conquer it so you can feel like yourself again.


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When things get frantic and your stress is up the roof, VoN can ease your mind and calm you down so you can have a better day.


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How to brew hemp tea

We wrote down for you all the steps to make the perfect tea; full of flavour, cannabinoids and terpenes.



-Short answer: Yes. Each cup (1.5g) contains up to 40mg of CBD.

-Long answer: Hemp tea is rich in phytocannabinoids (CBDa, CBD, CBG), terpenes, flavonoids, lipids, waxes and chlorophylls.

Of the full spectrum of phytocannabinoids, hemp tea contains small amounts of CBD and larger amounts of CBDa, the “raw” version of CBD believed to be even more effective than CBD.

Alongside the phytocannabinoids, the rest of the compounds work together to increase the overall efficacy greatly; this is known as the entourage effect.”

Yes you can, approximately up to 3 times but will lose flavour and usefulness depending on how long you brew it for.

Hemp is a potent bio-accumulator and therefore is efficient at absorbing heavy metals, toxins, and pesticides if present.
By choosing a certified organic product, you ensure that these chemicals don’t come into contact with the plant and eliminate the risk of ingesting any toxins.

CBD teas are regular tea leaves that have been spray with highly processed CBD, and many beneficial compounds are lost along the way using this process.

Hemp tea is a hemp variety naturally rich in phytocannabinoids and other essential ingredients such as terpenes and flavonoids.

Think of it like this:
CBD tea = ready meal.
Hemp tea = Home cooked whole meal.

Phytocannabinoids (eg. CBDa, CBD) in hemp are not water-soluble, so they need some sort of fat to be added to give the key ingredients something to hold on to. Instead of adding fats of different origins, such as milk or coconut oil, we keep things natural and add hemp seeds, which are rich in healthy fats.

It prevents the need to add anything else to your tea to release all its benefits.