ADCO CBD: Stress and pain relief within your reach

Since the recent legalization of cannabis in South Africa, I’ve really been thinking about the benefits of cannabis, cannabis oil, and CBD in products. I attended the cannabis expo last year, to better educate myself and to try a few different products. I tried CBD oil for anxiety, CBD face cream, lip balm, gummies, lollies, chocolate, coffee, and water. However, a part of me did always wonder if any of the ranges I was trying actually worked.

Well, the good thing is that these myths and legends are now being backed by science. Adcock Ingram (Pty) Ltd, a leading pharmaceutical company, is pleased to announce the launch of its flagship cannabis-based range, ADCO CBD, in South Africa. CBD stands for cannabidiol, a compound found in the cannabis plant which researchers have been studying for possible therapeutic use.¹

The ADCO CBD range has been formulated using cannabidiol isolate2, processed from the cannabis raw plant, in line with the recent Government Gazette which permits CBD preparations to contain a maximum daily dose of 20 mg CBD.3

CBD may assist with the relief of minor pain and symptoms associated with stress. CBD may well help to ease inflammatory-, tissue-, muscle-, joint- and neuropathic pain.4 It has also been shown to provide relief to those experiencing anxiety, muscular tension, restlessness, fatigue and poor concentration.5

To this end, Adcock Ingram is thrilled to launch ADCO CBD PAIN available in drops (15 ml and 30 ml), capsule and gel format (50 g), ADCO CBD STRESS available in drops (15 ml and 30 ml) and capsule format and ADCO CBD DAILY available in drops (15 ml and 30 ml) and capsule format.   Products are laboratory tested, quality controlled, and do not contain sugar or tartrazine.

Trusted, reliable, reputable ADCO CBD products are now available from Clicks, Dis-Chem and independent pharmacies. For more information please visit www.adcocbd.co.za and join the conversation on Facebook.

Have you tried any CBD ranges? What were your thoughts?