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Is Drinking CBD a Good or Bad Idea?

A true social phenomenon, drinking CBD's powerful effects extend to the worlds of beauty and well-being.
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We have heard almost everything about CBD—or cannabidiol, the molecule found in cannabis. Used for more than two millennia for its therapeutic virtues, the oil extracted from the cannabis plant soothes the nervous system, lessens nausea, and stops inflammationa—mong other things—without the psychotropic effect of a joint. But is CBD a marketing argument or real revolution? The answer lies somewhere in between. Celebrated in unison by the beauty and well-being industry, hemp has risen in the last few yeats to the pantheon of essential assets for beautistas, and has even become the backbone of some young brands. Among them, Ho Karan, an expert in Breton cannabis founded by Laure Bouguen, priestess of CBD: “It has many benefits for the skin. It is a powerful antioxidant, which slows down cellular aging, and is also suitable for skin with imperfections because of its proven anti-inflammatory properties. By promoting falling asleep and sleep, it also contributes to the regeneration of the skin. The magic of this molecule is that it can be used both indoors and outdoors to maximize its effects!" Want to get started gently? Replace your regular sparkling water with the CBD brand Chilled, which features Austrian spring water infused with white hibiscus from Senegal, without sugars or sweeteners, and is full of 15 mg of CBD per can. Evern better? It's photogenic and recyclable.

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skincare
cbd
cannabis

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