Our CBD honey might be one of our most versatile products yet. Put it on or with anything to experience what CBD has to offer and discover… One teaspoon of Potli’s Feel Good Premium Hemp Raw Honey and it’s lights out.
Two simple ingredients: Filtered, raw honey locally sourced right here in Memphis, TN, and CBD+THC Rosin. Combined, you have our irresistible CBD honey!
Get 500mg CBD per container, which totals out to about 14mg per teaspoon. That’s almost 36 servings per 6 fl oz. container!
- 14mg CBD per teaspoon
- 500mg CBD per container
- .7mg D9 THC per teaspoon
- 25mg D9 THC per container
- Filtered Raw Honey (locally sourced in Memphis, TN)
- CBD+THC Rosin (also contains CBGA, CBC, CBG, CBDA, CBDV)
Why Choose Our CBD Honey?
Our CBD-infused honey uses two simple ingredients: raw, filtered honey, and rich CBD rosin. Free of artificial colors, flavors, and other preservatives, you get something pure and sweet!
Made from a full-spectrum formula, enjoy all the terpenes, flavonoids, and minor cannabinoids the hemp plant has to offer, too. Take your serving of honey day or night, whichever you prefer.
Promote overall wellness no matter the time of day! Take it by the teaspoonful, add it to a hot beverage, or slather it onto some food.
What is CBD Rosin?
You might already know the benefits of raw, filtered honey, but we want to spotlight the CBD rosin, too. One of the only two ingredients in our honey, rosin is a type of concentrate made through heat and pressure.
Using zero solvents, it’s safer to produce than most alternative methods. Likewise, we get the fast-acting, max potency from CBD in this form.
Still want to know more? Be sure to check out our blog, Why Do We Rosin Press? 5 Key Benefits.
What Goes Well with CBD Honey?
Everything’s better with a touch of honey added in! Pair that honey with CBD, and you’ve got an even better time. Some easy, go-to recommendations are to:
- Enjoy a spoonful with hot tea or in a refreshing smoothie
- Slather it onto toast, a biscuit, or other favorite breaded product
- Add a serving into your oatmeal
- Pair with butter for a spectacular honey butter experience
- Top your favorite appetizers, dessert, or even chicken with the stuff!
Get creative with it! There’s not a lot that honey doesn’t go with. Honey goes well in and with so many things, you’re sure to find something that complements it to a tee. Everyone is different, so take some time exploring what you like most with it.
One Teaspoon of This CBD Honey and It’s Lights Out
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This is Highly Recommend, a column dedicated to what food people are eating, drinking, and buying right now. Next up, contributing writer Jean Trinh makes a very relaxing case for CBD honey.
I’ve struggled with anxiety forever. It comes in waves, and at its worst manifests as constant worrying, nervousness, and poor sleep. When the pandemic came along, all of those issues went through the roof. Like many others I was on high alert all the time, trying to navigate how to exist with a deadly virus running rampant while also getting regular life stuff done (in my case, juggling work with taking care of my toddler 24/7). My usual outlets for relieving stress, like going to the gym and grabbing lunches with friends, weren’t as easy to do in this new reality—and I needed help falling and staying asleep throughout the night.
That’s where Potli—an Asian American–founded company making CBD (cannabidiol) honey—comes in. I first noticed the brand mentioned in a marketing email. As a writer my inbox is often drowning in pitches about products that I mostly archive straightaway, but I found this one particularly intriguing. I seemed to be the exact target audience for Potli’s Feel Good Premium Hemp Raw Honey, which the website claimed would “promote soothing, calm feelings.” Plus, I’m a sucker for a good story, and Potli CEO Felicity Chen had one that resonated with me.
Photograph by Isa Zapata. Prop Styling by Paige Hicks
Potli Feel Good Hemp-Infused Raw Honey
When I was growing up in a Chinese household, my family often turned to Eastern medicine to treat ailments—which is exactly what it seemed like Chen’s family was doing. She and her college roommate came up with the idea for the Feel Good honey—Potli’s first product—when she moved back home from college in 2015 and noticed that her mother, who has asthma, had been experiencing terrible coughing spells due to her allergies. Chen’s father had begun beekeeping to produce hyper-local wildflower honey he hoped would help her mother. And that’s when Chen had her light bulb moment: “I knew with all the inflammation that was going on in her lungs, CBD would absolutely help and also calm her down,” she says.
If Chen was able to convince her conservative Chinese mother to try anything cannabis-related, I had a feeling the honey had to be good. Upon opening my jar one night, the smell was fragrant and earthy, like I had just ventured into a botanical garden. I scooped out a golden teaspoon of the thick honey (which has 10 mg of CBD) and stirred it into a cup of Sleepytime Tea. After adding a squeeze of lemon, I cozied up under some blankets and surrendered myself to The Great British Bake Off. The first sip was floral, lightly sweet, and truly delightful. After downing the mug, I noticed I did feel calmer. After repeating this routine a few nights in a row, I found myself drifting off while Kim-Joy was shaping dozens of choux pastries into adorable turtles.
While there still needs to be more scientific research done on CBD—a non-intoxicating phytocannabinoid derived from the hemp plant—what’s out there so far seems promising. CBD doesn’t give you the high that THC (tetrahydrocannabinol), the main psychoactive component in marijuana, does, but it is supposedly targeted at reducing inflammation, relieving anxiety, and improving sleep quality. There’s a lot of misinformation out there about CBD, but Chen likens the experience to taking a daily vitamin: “You don’t really know it’s working until a few weeks in.”