Storytime: Recently, I threw out my back for the first time in years—I'd had two stressful days at work, and that was enough to throw me out of whack.
I was laid up on my couch, trying to answer emails in a pretzel position, when my friend drove over and brought me some CBD.
I knew it wouldn't make me high, I just figured it would be a placebo. But I tried it anyway: the CBD came in a little orange bottle with a dropper. I placed the oil under my tongue for 30 seconds and then swallowed.
I felt relief in minutes. Now I understand why CBD blew up so fast; I was immediately filled with a gentle wave of calm, but still felt completely in control. The CBD was from a company called Feals - their tagline is "a better way to feel better."
I truly couldn't believe how great CBD oil made me feel, and I wish I'd known about it sooner. If you want to try it, here's everything you need to know about CBD and the only way you can try it for just $20.
Will it get me high?
No. The highest amount of THC you'll find in any legal CBD product is under 0.3%. The trace amounts are known to have beneficial qualities, but no psychoactive components.
How does it make you feel?
Just more relaxed.
We have digestive systems and nervous systems and an endocannabinoid system with pain receptors. CBD works naturally with the receptors in your endocannabinoid system to reduce pain, as well as stress and anxiety.
How much do I need?
To start, go small and take it from there if you need it. The Feals Flight offers the 3 strengths of CBD: 40 MG, 80 MG, and 160 MG per dose. For $20, you get a sample of each, so you can figure out what's best for you.
Users recommend the strongest dose (160 MG) for sleep, and the first two (40 and 80 MG) for pain and anxiety. The bestseller is right in the middle at 80 MG.
How do I take it?
With Feals, you take a dropper's worth under your tongue, hold for 30 seconds, and swallow. It's got a distinct taste— some people find it pleasant, while others prefer to add it to a smoothie.
I've smoked before, and had a bad reaction.
Me too! Again, this contains none of the psychoactive ingredients you'd find in cannabis since it's extracted from hemp. If you're at all concerned, you can consult your doctor if you're on other medications.
Does it ship to my state?
All hemp products are legal and ship to all 50 states.
It's full-spectrum, which means it also contains other non-psychoactive beneficial ingredients like CBDV, CBG, CBC, CBDA, and CBN for an "entourage effect." They use 100% organic, industrial hemp plants from Colorado and Oregon for their oil and blend it with 100% USDA organic MCT Oil, a fat-burning superfood.
With full-spectrum, whole-plant hemp extract, you'll get the maximum benefits of CBD. If you suffer from pain, anxiety, or sleeplessness, the Feals Flight at just $20 is the perfect way to see if this is a good option for you.
I never would've tried this without my friend's recommendation, so I hope someone will try this on mine—it's one of the best things that happened to me.
I know the best-selling 1200 MG bottle is the one for me, so I set up a subscription to get it every month for a massive 30% off the original price.
Hello Feals. Bye-bye back pain.
New releases from Baby Smoove, Yung Baby Tate & more
Many of you are waking up to a good amount of mainstream releases this morning. With new releases from YUNGBLUD and Shawn Mendes, pop fans are having a good day today.
"After The Rain" – Yung Baby Tate<span style="display:block;position:relative;padding-top:56.25%;" class="rm-shortcode" data-rm-shortcode-id="7cf66c3c1e1c304ba3a7385dc7152511"><iframe lazy-loadable="true" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/KeR0GRHiOdM?rel=0" width="100%" height="auto" frameborder="0" scrolling="no" style="position:absolute;top:0;left:0;width:100%;height:100%;"></iframe></span><p>Yung Baby Tate is through with comparisons. The ATL emcee and vocalist finally released her <em>After the Rain </em>EP today, her mother's birthday (the legendary Dionne Farris). It's her first release on Issa Rae's Raedio label, which she was signed to earlier this year. </p><p>The braggadocious EP is filled with both audacious bubble-gum rhymes and brooding soulful crooning. Building off the versatile momentum of last year's confident debut, <em>Girls</em>, Tate has begun to distance herself from the Nicki Minaj comparisons that overshadowed her last project. </p><p>Her honeyed voice glides on "Baecation" and cracks like a whip on melodic trap offerings like "Bounce." Overall, it's her charisma that gives the project its distinctive flair. "Oh damn, I just outdid b*tches again," she snaps on "Rainbow Cadillac." "If they wasn't hating so hard, we probably could've been friends." </p>
"Waiting to Die" – Working on Dying<iframe src="https://embed.spotify.com/?uri=spotify:album:2SbgyrDcbsPnuBEeg2amNK" id="3b0cb" frameborder="0" class="rm-shortcode" data-rm-shortcode-id="cf438e0b18496e0264a98dca40a6a295" expand="1" height="480" width="100%"></iframe><p>The debut project from the platinum-selling production collective Working on Dying, <em>Waiting to Die</em> is a haunting collection of woozy instrumentals and quippy rhymes from indie emcees like Key!, Robb Banks, Lucki, and Father.</p><p>The project is an all-consuming experience. Tracks like "Cedric Benson" and "Loose Screw" are muddied and fast-paced, building on the collective's signature "tread" subgenre. Meanwhile, tracks like "Off the Lead" and "FYB" find newcomers Hula and Lancey Foux casually slinking alongside a distorted gurgle of synths and high hats. WOD's debut will scratch the itch for anyone who loved their grimy work on <em>Eternal Atake</em>.<br></p>
"Belair Baby 2" – LBS Kee'vin<span style="display:block;position:relative;padding-top:56.25%;" class="rm-shortcode" data-rm-shortcode-id="57762b0729001b95cfdfd02db25c8fb8"><iframe lazy-loadable="true" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/RV4EtSiI1_s?rel=0" width="100%" height="auto" frameborder="0" scrolling="no" style="position:absolute;top:0;left:0;width:100%;height:100%;"></iframe></span><p>LBS Kee'vin's melodic spitfire has earned him a significant amount of buzz in 2020. In January, the Florida emcee <a href="https://www.billboard.com/articles/columns/hip-hop/8548072/florida-rapper-lbs-keevin-signs-visionary-records" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer">signed with Visionary Records</a>, which had just announced a massive partnership with Sony Music. LBS then started cranking out work in 2020, releasing <em>Belair Baby</em> earlier this year, only to quickly follow up with its sequel today. </p><p>With features from 42 Dugg, Juicy J, <a href="https://www.popdust.com/interview-2647880210.html" target="_self">and Luh Kel</a>, <em>Belair Baby 2</em> is a captivating ride that rolls along with confidence. Kee'vin bounces hand-in-hand with Dugg's choppy flow on "Shining," before exhaling a turbulent freestyle on "John Doe" and howling with earnestness on "Toxic" and "Mixed Emotions." Kee'vin covers a lot of melodic ground in the project's half-hour runtime, and it makes for a captivating listen.</p>
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