The dark side of traditional medicine is everywhere. The side effects can be severe, the treatment itself can be painful and refilling prescriptions for years is expensive.
For this reason, people are increasingly turning to a more natural solution. The Bradenton CBD Store, 2723 Manatee Ave. W., opened on March 1st, to offer the customer just that.
The opening of the store is part of a much larger nationwide trend. According to Forbes Magazine, the market for cannabidiol (CBD) is expected to become a billion dollar industry by 2020.
For now, owner Rachael Quinn says her store is the only CBD store in the area.
A new CBD store opened in early March on Manatee Avenue West in Bradenton
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She stated that she decided to open the store after dealing with An active flare had been busy Crohn's disease for about four years. Forms of holistic treatment brought the chronic disease into remission, but their nausea persisted.
"I tried different things to avoid the medication, I mean, it would be 2500mg of steroids to subdue my immune system," Quinn said. "About a year ago, my friend proposed CBD oil, and I tried, and one day I woke up to find that I was not bad at all yesterday."
Quinn has tried many CBD oil brands, but The American shaman brand CBD Oils worked best, so it's the one who sells their store exclusively. She said customers were also impressed by the quality of the brand.
All this stuff is expensive and you can not take it forever. It's from Mother Earth, and that's what I'm about.
Edward Russell, a customer at CBD Store in Bradenton
Edward Russell has just gone to the store to receive information about CBD, which he has heard friends mention earlier. He tasted a small dose of a water-soluble product and left the store with a grocery store, hoping to take advantage of the relief it can bring.
"I'm lifting heavy items to work, and I'm not getting any younger, so sometimes I have deeper problems," Russell said. "It should also help with sore muscles after my bike rides, so it's nice to be proactive."
Russell also mentioned that he was tired of bargaining with the pharmaceutical industry, which he said had turned into a blatant box-office hit. 19659017] tt_cbd_2 "title =" tt_cbd_2 "/>
Rachael Quinn is the owner of a new CBD shop, which was recently opened in Bradenton on Manatee Avenue West.
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"All this stuff is expensive and it's not going to take it forever," he said. "That's from Mother Earth, and that's what I'm all about."
Quinn said most of her clients would feel exactly like Russell. They are looking for alternatives to expensive drugs that they do not quite trust. She told an anecdote about a client with arthritis so bad that her hands "looked like they were frozen to death."
"It was so bad I had to open the door for her, she came back four days later and did that," Quinn said, imitating the customer by gently opening and closing her hands. "I feel that if I can bring that kind of relief to the community, then I've paid for it."
The product can help patients suffering from migraines, skin problems, anxiety, chronic pain and many other ailments Quinn refuses to accept the praise of their customers.
"I stumbled upon all this through prayer, if it were not for God, I would not be here now." When I was sick, I just kept praying to Him and told me that I will not live the rest of my life, "said Quinn.
The Bradenton CBD Store sells a variety of products, including tinctures that go under your tongue, edible sweets, skin creams, and water-soluble pet foods that may need some form of healing relief. Product prices range from 25 cents for a single, edible hard candy to $ 145 for ointments and creams with higher CBD levels.
According to the Associated Press, some experts say that CBD provides "therapeutic benefits" without the high levels of marijuana and its presence in THC. Quinn said that all comparisons with marijuana are due to their close relationship, but they are still different.
"CBD comes from industrial hemp, so there's no such thing as high-it's just relief, and there's no carrier that goes with it," she said. "It's like oranges and limes, they're both citrus, but it's different."
I just want to give people an option. It changed her life. It's a natural way to feel better and to make the body as it should.
Rachael Quinn, Owner of Bradenton's CBD Store
Quinn said her store was much more popular than she could ever have imagined. She explained that her plan was to "open a small shop for fun," but she is already considering expansion.
Last week, she expanded her workforce by hiring Garett Fraser as business developer. Fraser said his experience with CBD products dates back about 10 years and that he provides the product to his father to alleviate cancer diagnosis issues.
"It's something I've always been aware of and interested in," Fraser said. "The medical benefits are serious."
Fraser will assist Quinn in expanding her business. Until then, the 33-year-old entrepreneur said that her mission remained the same.
"I just want to give people a chance, it's changed their lives, it's a natural way to feel better and to make the body as it should."
For more information Visit Quinn at 941-226-1230 or Bradenton's CBD Store on CBDRX4U.com or on their Facebook page. Quinn shares promotions and offers.