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Cannabis Sativa30ml CBD Water Soluble Concentrate

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Retail: R480
Not for persons under the age of 18
Please note:
  • Always consult your doctor when adding to your diet. These products are not medicinal and are not intended to diagnose, treat, or cure any disease, and no claims regarding such are made.
  • Maximum dosage: Under South African Law, do not exceed 20mg of CBD (Cannabidiol) per day. (Regulation amending s22(A)2 of the Medicine and Related Substance Act, 1965 (Act no.101 of 1965).

Cannabidiol Isolate

Known for its anti-anxiety, anti-stress, and anti-inflammatory properties, CBD is a natural mood enhancer that assists with general wellbeing. CBD may be used to alleviate symptoms of depression.

Artemisia Afra – African Wormwood

Used for its anti-inflammatory properties, as well as its potential to alleviate stress, aid digestion, and support overall wellbeing.

Sceletium Tortuosum - Kanna

Used as a general mood enhancer, to aid with anxiety, stress, depression, and overall wellbeing.

Sutherlandia Frutescens – Cancer Bush

A powerful herb that supports a healthy immune system, known for its antioxidant, ani-viral, anti-stress, anti-inflammatory, and anti-bacterial properties.

Hoodia Gordonii – Bitter Ghaap

Known to support stamina and energy levels and contains minerals and trace elements.

Product Features
  • Dosage: 
    • Add 0.5 ml in a glass of water twice daily
    • Two servings contain the maximum recommended daily dosage of 20 mg CBD
  • Expiry Date: December 2024
Product Specifications
  • Options:
    • Natural
    • Berry
    • Citrus
  • Strength: 
    • 600 mg CBD
  • Ingredients: Flavouring, Herbal Extracts (Artemisia Afra,Hoodia Gordinii, Sceletium Tortuosum, Sutherlandia Frutescens), Cannabidiol, Sucralose, Colourant.
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Once upon a time, like back in the late 90s, it was an absolute joy to take your brand new Nokia 3310 to school to show your friends, complete with its unnecessarily sturdy cover. You'd gather in a little circle and see who could get the highest score on Snake. Later, you'd go home and (while supposedly doing your homework) listen to your favourite music on a CD player covered with stickers of Boyzone and Britney. Life was sweet.

Fast-forward to 2024 and that phone and CD player would these days only be taken to school for 'show and tell' in history class. By now, you see, that stuff is hardly considered 'tech', but 'vintage'. You know what is considered tech, though? A lot of the stuff we're running deals on today in the name of Tech Tuesday!