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CBD Oil – A guide to where to buy CBD—tinctures, cosmetics, gummies, haircare products, and more—in Dallas-Fort Worth.

CBD Oil

Cannabidiol, aka, CBD, is a compound that comes from the Cannabis Sativa L. plant. Although both hemp and marijuana also come from this plant type, CBD does not cause a “high” or psychoactive effect that is associated with marijuana. CBD does not contain THC.

BENEFITS OF CBD OIL
According to the US Department of Health and Human Services, cannabinoids are neuro-protectants. This means they can help human brain function. Our CBD Oil products are made from the purest hemp oil on the market. Our hemp plants go through a unique and proprietary process of optimized C02 extraction.

The hemp oil is then refined, filtered and winterized to obtain a perfect final product. Our proprietary broad-spectrum formula contains a powerful combination of phytocannabinoids, terpenes and flavonoids that promote easy absorption. These botanical compounds act as receptors and transmitters that run through the connective tissue and into the organs of the body to help regulate homeostasis, or balance.

WHAT CAN YOU USE CBD FOR?
As with any supplement, the effects can vary based on your own body chemistry. Here are a few of the researched uses of CBD:

– Analgesic/pain relief
– Anti-inflammatory
– Anti-anxiety
– Neuroprotectant
– Anti-oxidant
– PMS
– Headaches
– Stress

Say Hello to CBD: Where To Buy Cannabinoids in Dallas

A guide to where to buy CBD—tinctures, cosmetics, gummies, haircare products, and more—in Dallas-Fort Worth.

In June 2019, Gov. Greg Abbott signed into law House Bill 1325 authorizing “the production, manufacture, retail sale, and inspection of industrial hemp crops and products” and “consumable hemp products which contain cannabidiol (CBD), as well as other edible parts of the hemp plant.” In layman terms, we’re one step closer to legalization.

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I joke, but the legalization of CBD products launched a surge of new retail markets for consumers who could suddenly purchase the substance as topicals, edibles, and smokeable flowers. In agreement with state and federal laws, CBD products sold at brick and mortar businesses must contain less than 0.3 of THC, the psychoactive ingredient in marijuana. (Ironically, the bill also suddenly required police departments to test all the marijuana officers seize to verify the amount of tetrahydrocannabinol, an expensive effort that has resulted in many departments, including Dallas, refusing to charge for possessing small amounts.)

While the Food and Drug Administration has only approved CBD for treating rare forms of epilepsy, that isn’t stopping consumers from exploring its efficacy for ailments like anxiety, inflammation, dietary health, and more.

Since the bill’s passage, CBD is seemingly everywhere, a response to the new consumer base eager to try out CBD products. Locally, several business have latched onto the rising economy in Dallas. Let’s meet them.

CBD Kratom

Multiple Locations in Dallas-Fort Worth

The first retail store to sell hemp-derived products has nine locations throughout Dallas-Fort Worth. The franchise, started by David Palatnik and Dafna Revah, specializes in Kratom products, in addition to CBD. (Kratom is a controversial herb derivative native to southeast Asia. It is most often used by individuals suffering from pain.)

Fitish

Radio personality Jenna Owens launched Fitish in 2017, and the CBD-centric beauty and wellness brand has since garnered a cult following. Though Fitish is anchored by an extensive lineup of skincare products, the brand also carries cosmetics, haircare, pet treats, and wellness elixirs.

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City Naturals

3699 McKinney Ave., Ste 550

The CBD seller in West Village uses products harvested from a specialized hemp strain that contains zero THC. Founder Kristin Desinor says she started the company after her own alternative health journey; she credits CBD with helping her manage anxiety and postpartum depression.

Audrose Beauty

Sisters Anne Buthion and Justine Mullen launched their skincare line last year. Audrose Beauty’s offerings include Beauty Drops, a tincture formulated for topical or oral use, and Beauty Beads, a dietary supplement made from coconut oil and broad-spectrum hemp extract. The company says it tests its products with dermatologists prior to putting them on sale.

Go Easy

250 N Bishop Ave, Ste #150

The Bishop Arts shop focuses on self care products for women. Founder Molly Mathias envisioned the store as a physical space for women to purchase sexual wellness and CBD products without stigma. The brick and mortar location sells pastel smoking accessories, organic lube and condoms, vibrators, and mindfulness books.

The Weed Spot

502 N. Madison Ave.

The Black-owned distribution company hosts community events and cannabis cooking classes. It also sells infused lattes and a vast selection of hemp and CBD products.

Holistic Hemp Co.

Online only

Fort Worth’s Holistic Hemp Co. is owned and operated by sisters Amber and Alaina Lansing. The duo source their high-quality hemp from Colorado for their beauty offerings: expect bath bombs, massage oil, soap, and more.

Grange Hall

Though Grange Hall is best known as a moody and mysterious home goods store, the Travis Street shop also carries a range of CBD products. We’re partial to the soothing gummies from California CBD brand Lord Jones.

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