With the recent legalization of hemp and its cousin, marijuana, as well as the related derivative products that are made from these plants, businesses to support the lifestyle needs of people of all ages are popping up everywhere, both online, and in brick and mortar stores. Direct and indirect selling of CBD products is changing lives for many, for the better.
Brick and mortar stores in geographies that have legalized CBD products are abundant in many places, and are opening so rapidly, it’s a challenge to measure. The community impact these businesses have locally, to deliver and be an expert when people come in to get help and guidance on what strength and types might work best for their needs.
Businesses that are online, sell a plethora of product variants, and there’s more than likely a brand that feels right for you. From both flavored and unflavored oil, to CBD gummies, to flavored oil for your dogs, there are opportunities for everyone to get not only help with personal health, but also to consider adding another income stream by becoming an affiliate or distributor for some brands. Many people are exploring side hustles to diversify their income, as an added layer of financial stability and security, this mixed with the opportunities the internet has brought us has exponentially expanded the amount of business and money that can be experienced.
If your business is not in retail or product sales, but more in the areas of coaching and nutritional modalities, supplementing your practice with sharing the renewed gift of what hemp can offer to the health of most people, is good for everyone. Farmers, producers and all of the people in the lifecycle of the products are working in a relatively new field, and making a respectable living by providing natural plant medicines to people that are benefiting greatly on so many levels.