Brother’s Apothecary Highbiscus CBD Tea


Exquisitely Floral Hibiscus CBD Tea (11g .38oz)

This intoxicatingly deep red blend of CBD Hibiscus tea redefines what it means to enjoy herbal. Hibiscus has been used for centuries to support a healthy body & mind. We’ve added some complementary herbs for an exotic, semi-sweet mountain-high experience. Highbiscus makes a fantastic hot tea but is equally delicious on ice.

  • As low as $1.50/cup
  • Each bag brews 2-3 cups!
  • Approx. 50-60MG CBD Per Tea Bag. Batches Vary.
  • Contains Coconut.
  • No caffeine.
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What does Highbiscus taste like?

Our Hibiscus CBD tea offers a bright, tart, refreshing flavor with a mild sweetness from citrus and lemongrass. With a sweet tang from the cranberry and a finishing note of sweetness from stevia, Highbiscus is a fantastic tea year-round (though it’s our co-founder’s favorite during the summer when iced!).

Tasting Notes: Citrus, Tart Hibiscus & Cranberry, Lemongrass

The Benefits of Highbiscus CBD Tea

Known for its vibrant red color, hibiscus flowers or Hibiscus sabdariffa thrive in a tropical climate and is a traditional tea worldwide. Hibiscus tea is made from dried parts of the hibiscus flower. It has a naturally sweet but tart flavor and a similar flavor profile to cranberries. It is ideal for blending into herbal infusions, syrups, or even dying fabrics. Interestingly, there are over 200 species of Hibiscus flowers, and they are grown in most tropical areas, with very few varieties able to grow in cold temperatures. Hibiscus flowers are included in many teas in Mexico, Latin America, and North America. Hibiscus tea, often called Aga de Jamaica, is usually served chilled with sugar to sweeten the flavor of the natural tart.

So, what’s it suitable for? 

First, hibiscus is high in vitamin C, supporting a healthy immune system. Hibiscus tea is also full of phytochemicals, like polyphenols and anthocyanins, commonly known as antioxidants. Antioxidants help protect against the effects of oxidative stress that occurs naturally in the body.

This blend also features dried cranberry, a potent superfood. Native to eastern North America, cranberries are edible, tart berries you’ve likely enjoyed on Thanksgiving. Cranberries are a trendy superfood in their own right, though. Like hibiscus, they are high in nutrients and antioxidants, and on their own, research has linked the nutrients of cranberries to help with urinary tract infections.

Next, we add a variety of other herbs and flavors. Stevia, for example, is known for its delightful taste. It has been used for thousands of years by the Guarani tribe for its health benefits and to cut the bitterness of teas, and it is often touted as a safe and healthy sugar substitute. Lemongrass is an aromatic and uplifting herb. Spearmint is a smooth and bright flavor that is refreshing and inspiring.

When should I drink Highbiscus?

Highbiscus is caffeine free, so it’s easy to drink any time of day. We suggest brewing it hot and adding ice for a lovely iced tea moment. Remember, each bag can be used up to 2-3 times (and be sure to press and massage the bag with a spoon for maximum benefit!)

  • Est. 50-60MG Per Tea Bag (Full Spectrum). Batches vary.
  • Does not contain caffeine
  • 3 pack are available
  • Contains coconut milk (used as a lipid to increase CBD absorption)

Hemp (cannabis sativa)

Aromatic Oregon-grown hemp sourced from USDA Organic Certified and 3rd-Party Tested farms.


Delightfully tart and floral. Hibiscus is also rich in antioxidants and a great source of fiber, as well as phosphorus, niacin, and vitamin B-6.


An aromatic, uplifting & bright herb. Semi-sweet with subtle citrus notes. It is rumored to be Paracelsus’ favorite herb.


Sweet & smooth, spearmint contains much less menthol than peppermint. Refreshing & inspiring.

Dried Cranberry

Cranberry is a fruit native to North America, high in nutrients and antioxidants. Tart, with fruity bitter notes and mild sweetness.


Known for its delightful taste, stevia has been used for over a thousand years by the Guarani Tribe and is now cultivated worldwide. Stevia makes a great addition to tea and herbal creations.

Coconut Milk Powder

Freshly pressed coconut milk. Supports cannabinoid bioavailability & rich in iron, fiber & magnesium, and antioxidants like selenium.

Yuca Root

The root of the Cassava plant. Used to produce tapioca maltodextrin, which prevents caking & clumping.

Acacia Fiber

A water-soluble dietary fiber exuded from the acacia tree. Sourced from small organic farms.


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