Cannabidiol (CBD) is finding its way into more foods. In fact, CBD-infused foods are quickly becoming a trend.
CBD doesn’t produce a psychoactive “high” but does perform health-promoting functions such as being an anti-inflammatory, Ask Health News notes. CBD begins working within 30 to 60 minutes after consumption.
CBD-infused foods aren’t just trending in the U.S., but all over the world. From breakfast to dessert, there’s a CBD-infused food option for just about everyone.
These are 7 new CBD-infused food trends:
- CBD-infused frozen yogurt in London (with 40% CBD from hemp)
- CBD-infused coffees in shops around the U.S.
- CBD-infused salt with deep-fried cannabis leaves can be found in Los Angeles
- CBD-infused kimchi can also be found in Los Angeles
- CBD-infused donuts with candied cannabis leaves on top can be found in Colorado
- CBD-infused olive oil is trending worldwide due to its versatility of applications
- CBD-infused breakfast cereal options in Colorado
Before long, restaurants around the world will be offering CBD-infused foods to coincide with the increasing demand for CBD.