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For years, people have talked about the benefits of CBD—a cannabis compound that has significant medical benefits but does not make people feel “stoned” and can actually counteract the psycho-activity of THC. 

For many, CBD is an appealing option, especially when faced with constant pain. Over recent years, CBD has been used to treat anxiety, psychosis, seizures, spasms, and other conditions. The fact is, the Hemp Oil ingredient delivers without adding feelings of lethargy or dysphoria. And it can taste really good… especially if it’s in a rich chocolate bar created by Therapeutic Treats. 

According to Project CBD, “One study found that CBD significantly suppressed chronic inflammatory and neuropathic pain in its tests.”

We offer two chocolate bar options: our 60 mg bars come with four pieces, each at 15 mg of CBD while our 120 mg bars come with four pieces of 30mg each. “Impressively,” writes the editor of Her(b) Life Magazine, “all the ingredients used to make these tasty treats are non-GMO and organic and the company website claims to have a third party lab test all their CBD for pesticides, heavy metals, herbicides, bacteria, molds, fungi and mycotoxins. I love that.”

For everyday aches and pains a square of chocolate might be just what you need! The good news about CBD edibles is that the therapeutic effects are long lasting. This is because the active compound is combined with the ingredients in your food, and it’s slowly released over time as you digest. So, how does CBD taste?

“The flavors really shine. Salted Strawberry is the only way to go from this point forward. The Caramel Coconut Drizzle is as fabulous as it sounds, and I have been dreaming of round two with this one.”

A great thing about ordering Therapeutic Treats is that because they contain virtually no THC, they are legal to buy from anywhere in the USA.

And now, if the Farm Bill passes, many more can experience the health benefits of hemp and CBD! Here’s to a happy, healthy 2019! 

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