Add CBD to your morning smoothie to fuel your days...

Add CBD to your morning smoothie to fuel your days...

Posted by Twine Life on Nov 16th 2020

CBD oils infuse smoothies with goodness

These days CBD infused smoothies are one of the most popular ways to incorporate CBD into your healthy living routine.

CBD smoothies are a tasty way to add CBD to your wellness plan while getting a healthy dose of other superfoods as well as fruits, veggies, and proteins.

Workout warriors, gym rats, and anyone trying to live a healthier life can benefit by adding CBD to their smoothies. Smoothies are a quick way to get a health-packed meal in on the go. So why not add a boost you can’t find at Jamba Juice?

Studies link cannabidiol to helping with over 50 different conditions, including remarkable anti-inflammation effects. Inflammation is the root cause of many of the health issues we face.

From stress response to immune health, inflammation has a dramatic impact on the body. Studies show that CBD may be an effective natural way to reduce inflammation. While more research is needed, the results thus far are promising.

With the holiday season just around the corner, treat yourself and your body to a sweet, minty, nutritious peppermint smoothie. An energizing combination of cherries, banana, and TWINE CBD Peppermint Oil will keep you fueled while the minty flavor adds a fun, festive twist!

Pink Peppermint CBD Smoothie


1/2 cup Cherries (pitted)

1/2 cup Banana

1 Full dropper TWINE CBD Peppermint Oil 750mg

1 1/2 cup Almond Milk, unsweetened

1 tbsp Almond Butter, no added salt

2 tbsp Vanilla Plant-Based Protein of your choice

1/4 cup Ice


Add all ingredients in the order listed and blend until smooth.


Nutritional Information per individual serving.

Serving in this recipe: 1

Calories: 321.8
Total Fat: 14.3 g22%
Saturated Fat: 1.1 g5.3%
CBD: 25mgN/A
Sodium: 355.2 mg14.8%
Total Carbs: 39.9 g13.3%
Dietary Fiber: 6.7 g26.8%
Sugar: 22.7 g
Protein: 14.2 g28.4%
Vitamin A: 0.3%Vitamin C: 19.9%
Calcium: 74.4%Iron: 24.3%

* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.