CBD shots! CBD Products and particularly these CBD drinks are flying off Cloverleaf’s giant racks and down the chain to the retail shops on the High Streets, where their reputation for boosting energy and intensifying focus is ensuring their places on the Best Seller lists. Citrus Blast and Berry Blast are becoming firm favourites, and for relaxation and chilling out, Cloverleaf offers Peach Tea and Watermelon.
CBD Gummies are something to catch the eye, and the taste buds, and these chewy favourites combine a taste blast with the health benefits and relaxation to be gained from CBD oil. Cloverleaf offers a range of flavours and shapes, attractively packaged to catch the retail customer’s eye, and to ensure a steady flow of repeat orders from the shops on the high street to wholesalers and on up the distribution chain. Gummies can be in the pretty green and white of apple rings, or brilliant rainbow colours or pastel shades of Gummy Bears. Speaking of rainbows, there are the popular Rainbow Ribbons, too. Watermelon rings come in pink and white, as you would expect, and all these are available in three different sizes – 4 oz/250 mg, 8 oz/500 mg and 16 oz/1000 mg. They are in sweet flavours or sour, and the new Sour Worms are leaving the shops almost more quickly than they can be restocked.
And the last of the new cbd products in CBD from Cloverleaf – Vape Juices. There are three flavours here, Menthol, Purple Rain and Tiger’s Blood, sold in six packs, colourfully and attractively packaged to catch the eye and ensure quick sales.
Cloverleaf Distribution’s reputation for reliability and generous discounts is making it a favourite at the top end of the chain, and is ensuring that its clients benefit from regular supplies, from marketing links and tips, and from an expanding range of goods that appeal to retail customers of every age.
Recently it’s been hard to pick up a newspaper or magazine without reading something about the wonderful powers of CBD.
But what is CBD? Well, CBD is short for cannabidiol, which is an oil found in hemp. It’s the non-psychotropic element of the hemp plant, as opposed to THC (tetrahydrocannabinol), the active element of marijuana. So CBD is legal, and doesn’t have the mind-altering effects associated with cannabis. (According to the World Health Organization: “To date, there is no evidence of public health related problems associated with the use of pure CBD.”)
But CBD does have some astonishing qualities as a natural healing product, whether taken internally, or applied to the skin. It has properties including the ability to calm skin by reducing inflammation and has been shown to help in treating skin conditions such as acne, eczema and psoriasis.
Because of these abilities, it is increasingly being used as a key ingredient in beauty products. CBD alleviates redness and irritation in the skin by controlling the body’s production of cytokines, a group of proteins that interact with the immune system and are associated with inflammation, and also with skin pain; so hemp cosmetics may be a good choice for painful and inflamed skin.
Hemp oil products are also recommended for dry skin, as the natural oil replenishes natural skin oils and helps to lock in moisture. CBD oil is a rich source of fatty acids and other nutrients for the skin, so may also have ant-ageing properties; as skin inflammation is a major cause of lines and wrinkles, the anti-inflammatory properties of CBD are likely to be helpful too.
Research into the effectiveness of CBD products for the skin is still in its early stages. But many people have found that hemp-based cosmetics are beneficial for them. For those seeking natural cosmetics which do not contain animal products, CBD cosmetics are an obvious choice. Why not see if they work for you?