Jelly Belly, the much-loved candy among all ages makes our mouth water at the very mention. Now, Jelly Belly alongside other flavors will soon be infused with CBD and you can get all geared up for this cannabidiol treat. The founder of Jelly Belly beans in 1976, David Klein recently announced that he’s recreating his trademark jelly beans to include CBD. He mentioned in a recent interview got this idea after learning about CBD’s numerous health benefits.
According to Klein, who questioned himself, “Is anybody doing a jelly bean with CBD?” and he found none. Klein, scouted around and did a lot of research but could not find any CBD jelly beans. So in order to provide customers with this unique experience of taste and health, he started a new company called Spectrum Confections, which specializes in the product.
The Spectrum Confections website says that “David Klein now brings you his amazing tasty confections with his patent-pending formulation that gives each piece a flavorful way to get your CBD.”
Once you have a look at the site, it shows that Spectrum Confections has been carefully formulated and has some amazing flavors. It has three types of CBD-infused jelly beans and they are regular jelly beans, sugar-free jelly beans, and sour jelly beans. The 38 different flavors include pina colada, strawberry cheesecake, cinnamon, toasted marsh mellows, and mango.
Klein says that the jelly bean is perfect for those looking for the precise dosage of CBD. They are adding 10 ml in each bean. They can take the jelly beans according to their required dosage. After the announcement of the CBD jelly beans, the Spectrum Confections’ inventory has run out.
CBD interacts with the body’s endocannabinoid system to restore a state of balance and treat many conditions in the process. CBD has been shown to do the following:
- Alleviate pain and inflammation
- Improve Mood
- Promotes heart health
- Reduce anxiety
- Have antipsychotic effects
- Helps in acne
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