CBD products can be incorporated with any daily wellness routine, to reduce stress and feel better.
When you feel pain, your body is trying to tell you something. There’s a problem that needs to be fixed. Thousands of people successfully use CBD products for pain management, both directly and indirectly.
No. CBD comes from the cannabis plant, but it does not make you feel high.
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But CBD can be hard to navigate. Many people don't totally understand what it is, legality varies by state, and, quite frankly, it's hard to figure out which products are actually worth your money. The shortest answers to the above? It's one of many active compounds found in the cannabis plant (but not the part that gets you high, that's THC); it's legal on a federal level, which means that the TSA will let you fly with it, though states can set their own rules and restrictions on the ground; and, well, we've rounded up our favorite CBD products right here.
Read on for our favorite bedtime teas, soothing creams, ingestible oils, and more—whether you need to fight jet lag, fight travel anxiety, or soothe aches and pains on the go.
By now, most of us have a CBD product or two in our dopp kit (or have been curious to give them a try). After all, these cannabis plant-derived concoctions are touted as helping with sleep, anxiety, and aches and pains—issues that frequent travelers know a thing or two about.
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