Double down on your hemp, use CBD milk

October 25, 2019

Good Hemp, makers of hemp milk, have announced that they are introducing a new product to their ever-expanding range. Adding one additional ingredient to their Good Hemp Barista Seed Milk, Good Hemp’s CBD Barista Seed Milk will be available in supermarkets from as early as next month.

Hemp seed milk is remarkably good for you; being absolutely jam-packed with Omega- 3, 6 & 9. It also has lower bad cholesterol levels than any other type of milk (cow, legume or nut-derived). Their new CBD milk will be no different in its health profile if anything it’ll just be that bit better. Reduce your cholesterol, boost your omega-3 fatty acids and relax – all in one bowl of cereal.

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Each carton of Good Hemp CBD Barista Seed Milk will contain 65 mg of CBD, which works out to about 7.5 mg per serving. You’ll also be doing your part to save the planet; hemp farms are great for offsetting the CO2 from car emissions.

Good Hemp are set to follow their CBD milk with a chocolate variety a little further down the line.





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