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Salt Cave Offers Cannabidiol Foods for Chronic Pain and Anxiety

The Salt Cave, in Naples, is offering cannabidiol (CBD) peanut butter cups and vanilla roasted almond chocolate healthy treats, made with pure, organic, raw chocolate, Himalayan pink salt and infused with full-spectrum, high-grade CBD oil.

A natural constituent of hemp oil, CBD is a non-psychoactive compound derived from industrial hemp plants. It offers medicinal benefits, including pain and stress relief and aid in sleeping without the feelings of intoxication or lethargy. The therapeutic use of CBD oil may also reduce inflammation, promote cardiovascular health, relieve nausea, help treat seizures and neurological disorders, ease spasms, fight viruses and reduce the side effects of cancer treatments. These vegan edibles also contain essential minerals and trace elements beneficial for optimum health.

Location: 4962 Tamiami Tr. N. For more information, call 239-403-9170 or visit SaltCave.us.

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