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Get Rid of Achy Muscles With Cannabis Water

Working out is not as fun as it seems. However, when you tend to work out once in a while, you cannot get rid of the stiff muscles. You have ache not in the muscles, but seemingly everywhere, and that is frustrating. Fortunately, for some gym goers, this might be a thing of the past. Why? Because a new product named cannabis water is now available in the market!

cannabis water, exercise, stiff musclesPuration, a company that is known for specializing in cannabis extraction, has developed a new cannabis product.  The cannabis water is essentially CBD infused water. Weed and exercise is not a healthy combination, but Puration believes that their product will break all stereotypes.

Why Cannabis Water

Puration has been quite frank about its newest addition, and boasts of the several benefits for the product. For starters, the CBD infused water is not only anti – inflammatory, but also can help in sleep, reduce nausea and muscle spasms. The product is marketed under the trade name EVERx CBD Infused Bottled Water.

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Unfortunately, this product will be treated as other marijuana based edibles. Thus, it will only be legal in the marijuana approved states. It will be available in Colorado, Alaska, Oregon and Washington presently, and might be shifted to Massachusetts, California, Maine and Nevada.

However, Puration has already mentioned that their newest product cannot be used as a medicinal alternative to pain medication.  Thus, it might not be available for medical marijuana users across the states.

As per the expectations of the manufacturer, they are getting ready to gather $1 million in the cannabis water sales in 2017. According to some, the product may be a perfect addition to the Jack in the Box food chain, which has gained popularity due to marijuana legalization in certain states.



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