5 Amazing CBD Smoothies to make now

Posted by Paul Kitchener on

You might have heard of many different ways to take CBD, but here’s one that’ll supercharge your nutrition while giving your tastebuds a treat, all in less than ten minutes - CBD smoothies.

Smoothies are already a hit on their own because a single glass can contain fruits, vegetables, and other healthy foods such as seeds or nuts. Whether you’re having a smoothie for breakfast, as a snack, or to replenish after a workout, you’re taking in a lot of nutrients and vitamins in one go. Aside from being a wellness favorite, smoothies are also tasty and refreshing, and you have endless ways to customise them.

CBD Smoothies

CBD makes a powerful addition to your smoothie because of its distinct health benefits. It’s primarily used for relaxation, but studies have also shown that it contributes to pain relief, decreases insomnia, and helps fight against chronic conditions like high blood pressure and nerve-related diseases, among others.

CBD’s history as a remedy goes far back since it has been part of different cultures all over the world for thousands of years. In modern times, there are already drugs based on it such as Sativex, which is prescribed to patients with multiple sclerosis, and it attracts new research and funding every year because of the medical community’s growing interest in it.

Adding CBD to your smoothie boosts its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties on top of the other ingredients. Unlike THC—the active compound in marijuana—CBD doesn’t get you high, so you can definitely go about your regular day as alert as ever, with an increased sense of balance and relaxation.

How to Add CBD

CBD comes in many forms, but the most convenient for creating smoothies would be CBD oils and CBD isolates. CBD oils are typically packaged with a dropper, so you can simply drip that over the other smoothie ingredients and the texture will still blend in well. On the other hand, if you’d rather add powder rather than oil to your smoothie, then you can look into CBD isolates, which are much stronger because these are made up of 99% or higher CBD. Think of it as similar to mixing in protein powder, which is already a popular ingredient in smoothies.

Before you go ahead with making CBD smoothies, dosage is an important consideration. We won’t be prescribing a specific amount because it varies from person to person. As a rule of thumb, don’t go beyond 50 mg of CBD in your smoothie. 20 mg is a fairly low amount to start with, and you can practice with increasing that gradually if you want a higher dosage.

Both CBD oils and powder usually have the number of mg indicated in their packaging. For oils, a single drop amounts to around 0.05 mL, so you can calculate from that how many drops will yield a certain amount of CBD.

Delicious CBD Smoothie Recipes

Once you’ve decided on the type of CBD you’ll be taking and your dosage, you can try it out with the CBD smoothie recipes below! Each recipe makes for two servings. Regular milk works fine for each, but feel free to branch out to nut milks, soy milk, coconut milk, or even plain water.

Berry Burst CBD Smoothie


Berries are among the most nutrient-dense food, and this smoothie incorporates strawberries, blackberries, and raspberries. It’s also filling because of the protein from the peanut butter and Greek yoghurt.


1 ½ cup milk

2 cups of mixed berries or 1 cup strawberry, ½ cup blackberry, ½ cup raspberry

1 frozen banana

1 cup Greek yoghurt

CBD oil or powder

1 tablespoon peanut butter

½ teaspoon ground cinnamon


1. Pour in the milk into the blender first, followed by the berries, banana, and Greek yoghurt. Blend until smooth.

2. Add the cinnamon, peanut butter, and CBD. Blend again for a few seconds.


Matcha CBD Smoothie


You can give your CBD smoothie an unconventional twist by throwing in some green tea. Matcha is a potent form of green tea that comes with its own antioxidants, and you’ll be getting a shot of caffeine too.


1 ½ cup milk

2 frozen bananas

½ cup honeydew melon

2 teaspoons matcha

CBD oil or powder

1 teaspoon chia seeds

¼ teaspoon vanilla extract


1. Blend the matcha powder first with the milk for 30 seconds.

2. Add the rest of the ingredients and blend until smooth.

3. (Optional) Serve with extra honeydew or banana slices on top.


Cherry Mango CBD Smoothie


This smoothie’s all about bright colours and warm flavours! It’s loaded with Vitamin C from the cherries and mangoes as well as the orange juice.


½ cup milk

1 cup orange juice

½ cup frozen cherries

1 ½ cup chopped mango

3 dates

CBD oil or powder

½ cup Greek yoghurt


1. Pour in the milk and orange juice, followed by the cherries, mangoes, and dates. Blend until smooth.

2. Toss in the yoghurt and blend again.

3. (Optional) Serve with extra mango slices on top.


Apple Breakfast CBD Smoothie


Apple, cinnamon, and oatmeal are a comforting combination, and this smoothie is ideal for breakfast, with a little bit of salt bringing out the taste.


1 cup milk

1 frozen banana

2 sliced apples

1/3 cup rolled oats

¼ cup almonds

CBD oil or powder

1 tablespoon peanut butter

1 teaspoon cinnamon

1 sprinkle salt


1. Put in the rolled oats first and pulse them until they break up.

2. Add the rest of the ingredients and blend until smooth.


Green Power CBD Smoothie

green power cbd smoothie recipe

With two cups of spinach in this recipe, you can easily boost your vegetable intake for the day. Avocado, banana, and honey balance out the spinach, making for a dense, creamy smoothie.


1 cup water

2 cups fresh spinach

½ cup frozen cucumber

1 frozen banana

½ cup ripe avocado

CBD oil or powder

1 tbsp chia seeds

Honey to taste (optional) 


1. Pour in the water, followed by the spinach and cucumber.

2. Top off with avocado, banana, and chia seeds.

3. Blend until smooth, then add honey for extra sweetness.

This might become one of your favorite ways to take CBD because it’s so quick to do and it can become a seamless part of your daily routine. We wouldn’t be surprised if CBD smoothies start popping up more regularly in stalls and shops, but you can also make them in the comfort of your own home so you can enjoy them just the way you like it.


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