Candy Head, the makers of full-spectrum CBD-infused hard candies, is urging everyone to adopt healthy eating habits during National Nutrition Month.
National Nutrition Month is an annual education and information program organized every year in March by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. During the monthlong campaign, the academy promotes healthier eating choices and encourages appropriate physical activity.
“As a health and wellness company, we help people live healthy lives,” said Ian Gilley, founder of Candy Head, which is based in Rhode Island. “This is why we offer our support for National Nutrition Month to help get the word out. It is important for people to eat healthy and to exercise.”
Candy Head manufactures full-spectrum, CBD-infused edibles, which many people use to ease inflammation and pain, as well as depression, blood pressure, insomnia, anxiety and some chronic diseases. Research also has indicated that CBD oil may help with childhood epilepsy disorders, such as Dravet and Lennox-Gastaut syndromes. Meanwhile, the recent farm bill, which allows licensed farmers to grow hemp and transport it across state lines, moved the CBD industry into the mainstream of health and wellness society.
Candy Head uses only the best possible full-spectrum oils available. The company chose to develop CBD-infused hard candies because it provides optimal absorption of the many compounds found in full-spectrum oil. When you slowly consume the great-tasting CBD candy, you are giving your body the time it needs to accrue benefits from the oil.
Candy Head, which prioritizes health and safety, uses a third-party lab to test their candies for proper CBD dosing and consistency to make sure consumers receive the precise amount of oil. None of Candy Head’s products contain dairy, gluten, animal products, soy, wheat, fish, shellfish, sesame, coconut, peanuts or tree nuts.
“At Candy Head, we know the importance of health,” Gilley said, adding that his family developed the CBD-infused hard candies to help their 10-year-old son, who was enduring pain because of scoliosis. “During National Nutrition Month, please take stock of your lifestyle choices and choose wisely.”
SOURCE: Candy Head