Nail salons and beauty centers are another entry in the long line of businesses adopting cannabis as part of their brand. Kush Queen, a female-owned cannabis company, has started marketing their CBD beauty products such as soaks, scrubs and lotions to high-flying Los Angeles beauty salons, such as Bellacures, a beauty chain with branches in Texas and California.
The current circumstances in the US are all pointing toward a CBD explosion. The product is made from the easiest crop on earth to grow and is being used for a vast list of health and wellness purposes, from pimples to cancer. Meanwhile, the dominoes of prohibition are falling one by one as more and more states legalize CBD and more and more lawmakers put the pressure on in Washington.
By now, most people – at least those that keep up with cannabis-related news – have heard of the plethora of benefits provided by CBD (cannabidiol), one of the cannabis plant’s many beneficial phytocannabinoids. It offers many of the medical benefits that THC offers, and then some, but it has no psychotropic effects. Just like THC and many other cannabinoids, it can be vaped, used in edibles, pills, topicals, and more.