5 CBD Products To Add To Your Daily Routine

As more and more states are legalizing the use of marijuana, CBD is almost omnipresent - it’s in just about everything these days! Over the years, many innovative, forward-thinking, companies have created different types of CBD products.

CBD, also known as cannabidiol, is one of many cannabinoids. Unlike THC, the primary psychoactive element in marijuana, CBD is non-psychoactive. This means that it doesn’t have a strong effect on cognitive brain activity and doesn’t have the same “high” that is normally associated with marijuana. Many use CBD oil as tinctures and topical ointments for health benefits like relieving chronic pain, and reducing stress and anxiety.

Take a look at some of these CBD-infused products that you can incorporate into your everyday life:

Kickback CBD Coffee (@enjoykickback)


Does coffee ever get you feeling a little anxious? Start your day with this CBD coffee! This low acidity dark roast has undertones of brown sugar, nut, cocoa, citrus, and spice. With 120 MG of active CBD per bag, you’ll be feeling relaxed before you get down to business.

Bee Delightful (@beedelightfulusa)


Bee Delightful is dedicated to quality and social responsibility. Each rescue blend formation incorporates pesticide-free honey from colonies that were once at-risk. There’s a 250 MG and 500 MG option! Drizzle into your tea or as a topping for yogurt or a berry bowl.

Weller (@wellersnacks)


Weller is a wellness company dedicated to changing the way we think about snacking to enhance our minds, bodies, and overall wellness. With each serving containing 5 coconut bites and a total of 245 mg broad spectrum CBD, they’re easy to take on the go!

De La Beuh (@delabeuhh)


Sit back, relax, and decompress from the day with this De La Beuh’s best selling product. Not only will your aches and pains be soaked away, you’ll smell great too.

Kana Skin Care (@kana_bbeauty)


CBD meets K-Beauty! This sleeping mask contains 28 active botanicals that help heal, hydrate, and brighten your skin while you sleep, like hyaluronic acid, lavender oil, and most importantly cannabis sativa (hemp) seed extract.

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