Our Top Selling Brand’s of 2018
Our Top Selling CBD Oil Brands of 2018
FX Oils from Highland Pharms
2018 was a big year for us at Happy Trails. 2019 is going to be even bigger, but before we can start rolling out the new additions to the Happy Trails’ family, we need to reflect on the brands that expanded the family of brands sitting on our Happy Trails’ store shelves in 2018.
The FX line from Highland Pharms was an addition early this fall and is now among our top selling CBD oil, due to their effectiveness at targeting specific ailments we may have – made possible by added plant terpenes.
- Think: Helps with cognitive clarity and focused attention.
- Imagine: Helps initiate and sustain creative flow.
- Chill: Helps to relax the mind and body
- Remedy: Targets pain and inflammation
- Sandman: Helps promote sleep
Highland uses ultra-high grade hemp grown in Colorado. These oils can be taken sublingually (under the tongue) AND can be vaped! Highland Pharms was such an awesome addition to our family of brands at Happy Trails!
Hemplucid’s Water Soluble
Hemplucid’s water-soluble CBD was added to our family of brands to service our clients that are in need of the added benefits from the extra bio-availability offered from this water-soluble CBD oil.
Hemplucid Water Soluble Whole-Plant CBD is formulated using ultra-purified, de-waxed Whole-Plant CBD concentrate. Hemplucid bonds their CBD oil to organic vegetable glycerin creating a sweet, sugar free, rapidly bio-available CBD product.
Mary’s Remedy Oil
Mary’s Remedy Oil was added to our shelves on June 1, 2018. Mary’s Medicinals made our original introduction to healing with cannabis back in 2015 and eventually led to our introduction to Mary’s Nutritionals in February 2018. We’ve been able to help so many people in such a short amount of time with this product, we consider ourselves lucky to carry this brand on our shelves. Here’s to looking forward to more in 2019! That’s a teaser… hint hint!
These statements are not meant to diagnose or treat any disease. Please consult your primary care physician before starting any new supplement, if that feels best for you.