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CBD oil drinks are now available in Japanese vending machines

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But is it worth it?

Although laws regarding the use and sale of cannabis have been gradually declining in some parts of the world, Japan has been largely maintaining tough stance against it. However, about a year ago, the government introduced Some allowances for cannabis-derived pharmaceutical productsAnd now we’re starting to see some of the fruits of that development.

The development of the fruit in particular is the release of CBDX, a drink containing 20 milligrams of CBD oil in 250 milliliters (eight ounce) cans for 500 yen (US$3.69) each. Recently appeared in vending machines that you manage Cheryua soft drink maker known for its unusual creations such as Soda that looks like mayonnaise And the Mint chocolate soft drinks

The release caused an uproar online with comments like the following:

“We’re in an age where you can buy these things from vending machines.”
“I tried it! It had a fruity flavor reminiscent of a tropical island.”
“A small amount of CBD does not work…”
“a strong zero It is more cost effective I think.”
“When I look at these types of healthy drinks, I think if they were really effective, they would be turned into real medicine rather than just healthy drinks.”
“You have to be a millionaire to buy 500 yen drinks at a vending machine in this economy.”
“Is it okay to drink that at work?”

This last comment begs an interesting question, so let’s find out by drinking some at work! naturally, CBDX is made from CBD oil that does not contain THC according to Japanese lawHowever, the substance alone is said to have some health benefits such as relieving pain and anxiety.

One advantage I would give the CBDX right away was that it came out of the machine surprisingly lukewarm, which was perfect on a very hot day like today.

After he brought it back to the office, I opened it, opened it, and tasted it. It was fruity but not particularly sweet, like a delicious golden apple. This was also good on a particularly hot day in terms of refreshment and not letting your mouth feel sticky afterwards.

I suppose it tasted like an energy drink, although “energy drink” is probably not the right word for it as there are only about 62 calories and a few other ingredients in terms of stimulating ingredients.

▼ No protein, no fat, no salt, but 6.3g of carbs per 100ml

After drinking, I didn’t feel anything completely different. If anything I felt a little less tired, but at the same time a little more relaxed than before. If that’s the effect of the drink and not just my fancy, I think it’s a little better than a cup of coffee. Caffeine tends to give more of a rush and then a crash, but that feels like I’ve had a more steady, steady focus.

By the way, there is a very similar drink that was recently introduced in Japan as well, called Chill Out. However, Chill Out uses an inconspicuous amount of hemp seed oil instead of CBD oil, and appears to rely more on other ingredients, such as GABA, for its relaxing effect. CBDX, on the other hand, is pretty much just a straight oil and some flavoring.

▼ Chill Out sells for 200 yen for 185 milliliters at vending machines

In general, everything was fine, but the 500 yen price is too high to send me back for more. 500 ml Godzilla Energy Drink Selling directly below for only 200 yen, it looked like it would make a lot more bang for the buck… Probably a lot of bang for your buck, in fact.

However, if you’re in Japan and want a delicious dose of CBD oil for all your ailments, simply find a Cheerio vending machine near you, or order some directly from CBDX Website.

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