This creamy, easy-to-make blueberry lavender cannabis smoothie combines all-natural ingredients to bring about calm, happiness, and soothing relaxation in a delicious plant-based drink complete with multiple different cannabis-infusion options to suit your preferences.
Blueberry Lavender Cannabis Smoothie
As we all know, life can be stressful, but it’s how you manage that stress that matters most.
Thankfully, there is no better all-natural relief than the combination of healthy foods and cannabis, like in this relaxing blueberry lavender cannabis smoothie.
This recipe is a great place for beginners to start, but if you’re brand new to using cannabis, I recommend starting here with my beginner's guide to cannabis edibles.
If you’ve never made a cannabis smoothie before, be sure to check out my How to Make The Perfect Cannabis Smoothie guide here!
I’ve also included many different infusion options, so you can make your smoothie with whatever you have available on hand.
So, gather your delicious, all-natural, plant-based ingredients, your favorite blender, and whip up this delicious smoothie to calm your mind, soothe your body, and relax your soul.
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Cannabis Smoothie Infusion Options
There are many different ways to infuse your cannabis smoothie, and you can choose one based on what product you have available and your personal taste preferences.
Always remember to dose based on your own personal tolerance.
If you’re not sure how to start, follow the golden rule: start low and go slow.
- Raw Cannabis Leaves
- Leftover Cannabis Pulp
- Cannabis Coconut Oil or Cannabis MCT Oil
- Homemade CBD Oil or Purchased CBD Oil
- Tinctures – Green Dragon or QWET Method
- Cannabis Concentrates – FECO or CBD Distillate
If you’re unsure about which cannabis oil to use, be sure to check out this guide to understanding the many different types of cannabis oil.
And if you’re unsure about how to incorporate any of these other infusion options into your smoothie, don’t forget to check out this ultimate guide showing you how to make a cannabis smoothie.
Holistic Approaches For Natural Relaxation
The most prominent pillar of holistic wellness is a functional nutrition approach and the use of plant-based foods as medicine as a way to improve the quality of our lives and improve our health.
This smoothie focuses on combining blueberries, lavender, and CBD oil as our star foods.
Health Benefits of Wild Blueberries
While you can use any frozen blueberries you want, this recipe specifically calls for frozen wild blueberries due to their incredible nutrition and antioxidant benefits.
Compared to traditionally cultivated blueberries, wild blueberries have twice the number of antioxidants per serving.
Antioxidants also help to minimize the number of free radicals found in the body.
You can buy wild blueberries in the frozen section of your local supermarket at any time of year. The wild berries are frozen at their peak ripeness, preserving their nutritional value, leaving you with an amazingly delicious and healthful option all year long.
Health Benefits of Lavender
Lavender has been traditionally and medicinally used as part of a holistic lifestyle for thousands of years.
It has been reported just the thought of the smell of lavender can evoke a sense of stress relief and relaxation.
Together in this smoothie, lavender combined with avocado and banana proves to have some amazing stress-relieving qualities.
Lavender can be used fresh or dried, in oil or tea form and can be used in this smoothie in whatever way you can find it.
Milk & Plant-Based Alternatives
As we know, milk choices really are a personal preference for everyone.
Luckily, this smoothie is flexible and you can use any type of milk you desire.
Whether it be traditional dairy-based or a dairy-free alternative, switching milk for any plant milk will work just fine.
Plant milk substitutions include:
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As Featured In My Cookbooks
Because it is one of my favorite recipes from this blog, this Blueberry Lavender Smoothie made it into my first cookbook, The 30-Minute Thyroid Cookbook: 125 Healing Recipes for Hypothyroidism and Hashimoto’s.
The nutrient-dense ingredients help to make this smoothie a powerful healing drink for those who are managing Hashimoto’s disease or any other autoimmune or inflammatory condition.
This recipe is also approved for the Paleo Autoimmune Protocol diet as detailed in my second cookbook, The Hashimoto’s AIP Cookbook: Easy Recipes for Thyroid Healing on the Paleo Autoimmune Protocol, and can be made with our without the CBD oil.
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Looking For More Cannabis Smoothies?
Check out my other delicious cannabis smoothie recipes below:
- Cannabis Peach Raspberry Smoothie
- Tropical Fruit & Veggie Cannabis Smoothie
- Green Cannabis Pineapple Smoothie
- Cannabis Mango Coconut Smoothie Bowl
- Chocolate Mint Cannabis Smoothie
- Cannabis-Infused Shamrock Shake
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Blueberry Lavender Cannabis Smoothie
- Add the banana, avocado, blueberries, milk, oil, and lavender flowers, to a high-speed blender.
- Blend on high for 1 minute, or until completely smooth.
- Cannabis-Infused Milk: Use for the milk of choice in step 1
- Decarbed Cannabis Flower: Add 1-2 teaspoons in step 1
- Decarbed Cannabis Kief: Add ¼-1/2 grams in step 1
- Cannabis Tincture: Add 1-2 teaspoons in step 1
- Cannabis-Infused Oil: Add 1-2 teaspoons in step 1
- Leftover Cannabis Pulp: Add 1-2 teaspoons in step 1