Oxzgen and the Growing CBD Industry
By Ephraim Abramson
You’ve probably seen the letters CBD in various pharmacies, health food stores or perhaps your local supermarket, but you may not have paid much attention. If you’re curious, CBD stands for cannabinoids—a group of fatty compounds found in hemp and produced by other plants, as well as by the human body.
The human body’s endocannabinoid system has receptors for these compounds and uses them to repair damaged cells. That’s the science behind CBD products, which come in various forms, such as caplets, oils, lotions and even tea.
My affiliate company, Oxzgen, manufactures and distributes CBD products—all “superfoods” or lotions offering health and wellness benefits. They contain more than 85 different phytocompounds that help battle pathogens that can damage our bodies, causing pain, discomfort, arthritis and fatigue.
This broad range of benefits is why financial experts estimate that by 2022, CBD will be a $20 billion industry. What better industry to get involved with—especially now, as more people are choosing to work from home and on their own schedule?
CBD products are being used in treatments for a variety of conditions, from asthma to arthritis, from everyday aches and pains to seizures, from Crohn’s disease to cancer. Many believe that CBD is a godsend for the health and wellness industry, and I am a true believer in the power of prayer. CBD has been the answer to many prayers, and the industry is only growing.
For more information on how to become a CBD distributor, please contact me at 347-593-4691 or [email protected]. I look forward to talking to you. To shop for Oxzgen products, visit my website, erewards.shop/L1442954.
Oxzgen Products Are THC-Free
The hemp plant is related to the marijuana plant, but make no mistake: The chemical tetrahydrocannabinol, or THC, which causes the “high” produced by marijuana, is not found in any Oxzgen products. In fact, our products are 100 percent, lab-certified THC free. They contain no psychoactive ingredients and are legal in all 50 states.