Pamper Yourself With One Of These 21 Giftable CBD Treats
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Wellness trends may come and go, but one woo-woo ingredient seems to be here to stay: CBD. As a non-psychoactive compound of marijuana, cannabidiol’s reign is still going strong, despite controversy surrounding its effectiveness. From tinctures to gummies to topical creams, chances are that the much-hyped phytocannabinoid, in one form or another, might make it onto your shopping list this year.
For those who haven't been following the compound’s steady and meteoric rise, its supposed benefits (which have not been supported or approved by the FDA) include aiding in post-workout recovery and chronic muscle pain, among other things. (As is the case with any new vitamin or supplement, you always should talk to your doctor before giving CBD a try.)
If you’ve got a mom who’s curious about the stuff — or if you’d just like to treat yourself — then there’s no time like Mother’s Day to give the gift of a CBD-infused treat. From gummy sweets to tea and body oil, here are 21 infused giftables on our wish lists right now.
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