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This Holiday Season Give The Gift Of CBD

The holidays are coming up, and it's the same struggle every year trying to find a gift for everyone that they will actually enjoy. This year has been stressful enough already, I hoped it would be easy to figure out what to get my family. From perfume to blenders, I felt like I had gotten them everything already.

I wanted to provide my family with a comforting gift after this crazy year. I thought about what has helped me through the year and it came to me-- CBD. CBD is huge in the wellness world and has so many benefits, it would be a great gift for anyone.

After a friend recommended CBDistillery's Relax and Relief soft gels, I decided to try them and they've been helping me get through quarantine. I was really skeptical about it but they really do work, and as CBD brands go this one is great value and offers lower prices for higher strengths. Plus, I've subscribed for 20% off so they arrive on my doorstep every 6 weeks like clockwork.

I remembered CBDistillery having tons of products, so I went to browse for my family. I love how clear and informative the CBDistillery website is. They've done a lot of research on CBD and it's clear that they care about putting out only the best CBD products.

All CBDistillery products use non-GMO industrial hemp and are third-party tested to guarantee quality and consistency with less than 0.3% THC. Plus, there's a QR code on the back of every product where you can view the specific certificate of analysis for your item's batch, so they're fully transparent.

CBDistillery is one of the first on the market to offer CBG and CBN, which have different focuses, like sleep. I saw their CBN + CBD Sleep Tincture, and I thought it could be good for my dad since he finds it hard to sleep sometimes. Plus, he doesn't like taking any heavy medications, so this could be the perfect solution for him. After reading the amazing reviews, I added it to my basket.

Still browsing, I came across the CBDol® Topical CBD Salve. This is an ointment to provide localized relief and help your body recover from whatever may be straining it. My brother exercises a lot and gets sore muscles sometimes. He mentioned a while ago that he wanted to try a CBD lotion, so I decided this would be a good gift for him. I added another for myself too-- I've had a knot in my back since I started working from home.

For my mom, I got the Relief + Relax Broad Spectrum CBD Oil Tincture. She's like me in the sense that she gets stressed sometimes, and the Relax and Relief soft gels helped me a lot with this. My mom struggles to swallow tablets and capsules, so the tincture would definitely be better for her since it uses a dropper.

Since this will be their first time using CBD, I'm going to send them the "Ultimate CBD User Guide" that I got after entering my email on the CBDistillery site. It's incredibly detailed, providing information about the different types of hemp-derived CBD, how to determine your correct dose, and how it works. I know my dad's a skeptic like me about this stuff, so I think this will help convince him to try it.

CBDistillery has so many products to choose from including tinctures, capsules, gummies, and powders. CBD might seem like an out of the box gift for someone, but that's what makes it special. You'll find something for almost anyone on the CBDistillery website at the most affordable price. Plus, they've got over 42,000 5-star reviews, so you know it's a brand people trust.

I just know these products will benefit my family more than a pair of slippers or a gift set from CVS. I'm super excited to share my gifts with them, I wouldn't be surprised if they end up subscribing like I did. If you're stuck on what gifts to get your loved ones, I'd highly recommend checking out CBDistillery.

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