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The Best CBD Products in South Africa
Cure Homemade understands that CBD is a popular market right now, but they wanted that market to still be attainable to the majority, and the only way that can be done is to ensure that their products are affordable for a vast array of people in South Africa, and it is reflected in all their prices.
Their CBD capsule range comes in 300mg – 600mg per 60 capsules, depending on the strength you require. Their capsule range is vegan-friendly, free of any GMO's and can last the users a month, if you take one capsule in the morning and one in the evening. Their capsules aim at easing an array of issues from menstrual cramps and arthritis to insomnia, tremors and more. In fact, if you pop onto their website, you can read what previous customers have said about these products.
They also have a range of products aimed at pets, ensuring you can keep your pets happy and healthy at an affordable cost. With their CBD oil for pets, you are advised on the correct dosage to give your furry friend, whether big or small. They also include what their CBD oil for pets can help and assist with. Furthermore, for every oil sold, they donate R50 to an animal charity.
If you would like to learn more about Cure Homemade, see all the products they have to offer, read what previous customers have to say about those products, enquire about their wholesale, sign up to their newsletter, or find their social media profiles, you can visit them on their official website at https://curehomemade.com/
About Cure Homemade:
Cure Homemade is a relatively new company located in Cape Town, South Africa. They specialise in the formulation and supply of various CBD products for personal use. Cure Homemade's inception was due to the increase in popularity of CBD products. However, they wanted to ensure that their products allowed everyone to find the full potential of CBD. As such, they listen to what their clients want, and formulate their products.
Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa
Page Updated Last on: Mar 25, 2021