Relax - Infusion with hemp - MyCBD

€9.95
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Infusion relax with hemp, lemon balm, chamomile and orange blossom.

Nice sweet taste from the addition of chamomile, and without calories.

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Infusion Relax

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The infusion RELAX, the hemp is packed with some of the plants traditionally used in cases of stress or anxiety : this mixture is composed of 50% hemp, 20% lemon balm, 20% chamomile and 10% of orange blossoms.

All the plants used in infusions MyCBD are derived from crops, 100% organic. The hemp is grown in the South of Spain. Totally natural, these teas to the CBD do not contain any additives, no calories.myCBD certify that the rate of Δ9-THC is less than 0.2%.

The Properties of the tea Immuno MyCBD :

Infusion of hemp properties antibacterial hemp and echinacea. We formulate this infusion which will help you strengthen your immune system, still with the taste pleasantly sweet, and without the calories.

Directions for use and Storage :

We recommend that you add a cloud of milk for a dissolution of appropriate of the CBD is present in hemp natural. Store in a dry place at room temperature, not more than 25 degrees; Do not put it in the refrigerator.

Additional Information :

Side effects of tea Inmuno No side effect and no dependence.

  

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France-legislation-vapotage

Not for sale to minors. Keep out of reach of children and pets.

Do not drive and do not operate machinery when taking this product.

Do not use in pregnant women or during breast-feeding.

Keep tightly closed and away from direct rays of the sun.

May cause drowsiness. Does not contain THC or nicotine.

This product does not treat, is not a cure and will not prevent any disease or health condition.

  

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