Update: After 1,000 likes and people asking me how to get this milk (it’s not easy as they are in the UK) I’ve included a video from Youtube PLUS tell you that I personally use this 100% organic high quality CBD oil and just add it to my own  hemp milk. This is the best way for me! Click here if you’re interested. It’s the only thing I take.

There is now a completely legal way to enjoy the benefits of CBD in a refreshing drink. Relax by Rawligion is made from 100% organic hemp milk that contains CBD oil.

It claims to help soothe anxiety, relieves pain, stress, and also helps as a sleep aid.

As well as CBD oil, Relax contains hemp seeds, cashews, dates, coconut oil, vanilla, and water.
The product is the brain child of Michael Isted, a psychotherapist and development consultant for Rawligion, who decided the world needed a drink that contains all the benefits of CBD.
CBD doesn’t have any psychoactive properties, so it won’t get you high, but it will supply you with all the goodness of its source – hemp.

You don’t need to get high from CBD oil to feel the benefits of its properties. CBD oil reacts with the body’s endogenous cannabinoid system, which controls the body’s homeostasis, which has a positive effect on your mood, sleep, pain, immune response, and hormone regulation.

CBD is gaining a reputation not just as a cannabis extract, but as a new, innovative medicine. On November 1st, CBD will turn into a recognized medicine when a new legislation is passed.

Does is work?

Made with vanilla, coconut oil, and of CBD oil, Relax taste like almond milk with a cannabis aftertaste, but will it relax you like it says it will?
Rawligion’s founder John Taba says that it does. He says they have had reports from customers feeling calm and tranquil.

For those who prefer to buy oil and add it to their own milk:

Taba has also commented on the carefulness you should adopt to get the full benefits of the drink:
“It’s subtle, but so far all who have consumed the drink mindfully have felt the desired effect. I don’t mean to use the word mindfully in a hipster way, just more a case of someone actually paying attention to how they feel before hand, during drinking and afterwards instead of having it as a drink to wash down a meal with!”

*Article originally appeared at Organic and Healthy.

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