New customers can take advantage of discounts at a new CBD shop in Midsomer Norton this weekend.
More details have emerged about the opening of Broadies Supplements, a new CBD and cannabis oil shop opening on High Street.
The shop will be run by Esther Dodd and Robert Broad who will also launch a website on Friday (September 6).
The company will sell various CBD products, including oil and capsules.
Broadies has now secured its premises on 9 High Street.
The opening event on Saturday, September 7, will showcase new products, as well as offering customers a 10 per cent discount if they hand in a flyer which is being delivered to homes in the town.
Customers will have a chance to ask questions about CBD and try out the CBD tea and coffee.
About Broadies Supplements
The company has put together an ‘about us’ page, which will be on the website once it goes live.
The ‘about us’ page will read: “Our company is a family run business by Robert Broad and Esther Dodd. Our main reason for our adventure is Esther was diagnosed with Endometriosis in February 2019, but previous to this has always suffered with a sleep condition.
“We provide only CBD products which are 0% THC. Our research began when trying to make day to day activities an easier process for us both.
“Our ultimate aim is to be creating our own personalised CBD products to suit everyone’s individual preference.
“We hope to be the place individuals will feel they can explore all types of products confidently and also receive high levels of customer service to enable them to find the right product for them.
“For peace of mind all CBD products we stock have been third party laboratory tested.”
“Products sold on this website are food supplements only. They are not intended to diagnose, cure, or prevent any disease. We recommend that you seek the advice of your doctor or medical professional before using any of the products advertised here.
“Whatever your story please contact us for any assistance.”
The website will launch at 4.20pm on Friday, with the store opening between 10am and 4pm on Saturday.
CBD is extracted from the leaves and flowers of a strain of cannabis plant but does not contain the chemical THC that gets users ‘high’.
While CBD cannot be advertised as a medicine, research has found that it helps people with sleeping problems, anxiety and can relieve pain.
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