CANDY CANE CRUMBLE CBD CHOCOLATE BAR – 180MG
Delight in this incredible combination of sweet candy cane pieces and rich dark chocolate, all while treating yourself to the calming power of CBD. This limited edition candy bar will bring peace and joy to anyone's holiday season.
Enjoy the magic of the holiday season with this limited edition candy cane CBD chocolate bar. With a bright, festive layer of crunchy candy cane pieces over an artisinal, 62% dark chocolate bar, this treat delivers the flavor and feeling of the holiday season. This is a small-batch, hand-crafted, fairly traded bean-to-bar chocolate with 180mg of CBD. Each break-away piece, topped with delicious bits of candy cane, offers 15mg of CBD. This candy cane CBD chocolate bar is the perfect gift or stocking stuffer, but as far as we're concerned, if you want to indulge in it yourself, you deserve it.
Serving size: 1 Square
Serving Per Container: 12 Squares
Dosage: Each Square has 12 – 18 mg approximately of CBD
Infused with CBD from American-grown hemp
Hand-crafted in small batches
CACAO BEAN, SUGAR, PEPPERMINT CANDY (PURE CANE SUGAR, CORN SYRUP, PURE PEPPERMINT OIL, RED40), CACAO BUTTER, HEMP DERIVED CANNABINOID EXTRACT
How Much 180mg CBD Infused Chocolate Should I Take?
Depending on several internal factors (metabolism, etc.) and the desired effect, dosages will vary from case to case.
Patients of our Doctors and Pharmacists have experienced relief when taking 25-50 mg of Green Roads CBD consistently on a daily basis.
What should I expect?
Although some experience immediate relief, CBD receptors are often dormant in first time consumers.
This means that in some cases it may take 10-14 days of consistently taking 25-50 mg to achieve the maximum results.
The more consistently you introduce CBD into your central nervous system, the more efficiently it can be put to use. For more answers visit our info page.
I understand the statements on this site regarding Green Roads products have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Results from products may vary.
The 2018 Farm Bill was signed into law in December 2018, effectively legalizing hemp at the federal level by removing it from the federal list of controlled substances and classifying it as an agricultural commodity.