[image-1] Clarity Nutraceuticals, a CBD manufacturing company in West Ashley, recently opened an all-natural health and wellness store at their location, 956 Wappoo Road. Anchored by Clarity’s line of THC-free CBD supplements, the store carries only 100 percent made South Carolina products.

The store is open Mondays-Saturdays, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Veterans, active military, teachers, and first responders can snag 25 percent off discounts on most products, too.

For those who need a refresher course: CBD (cannabidiol) is the second-most prevalent of the active ingredients in cannabis. It is derived from the hemp plant and is said to help people who struggle with insomnia, anxiety, and chronic pain.  [content-1] One of the store’s featured products is a new offering from Clarity, a powdered CBD drink mix. All of the other products, as mentioned, are made in the state, something that co-founder and president of Clarity, Louis Miles, believes strongly in.

In a press release Miles says: “Many customers don’t realize that every time they purchase locally made products, a portion of their purchase is re-invested in South Carolina infrastructure that they use and enjoy every single day.”

When City Paper talked to Miles earlier this year for a feature story on the growing hemp industry in the state, he emphasized the importance of knowing who you’re buying your CBD products from: “You get to know them. They’ll talk to you and tell you what they do. You have trust and respect — and they have a reputation.”

Well Now will sell other South Carolina products including CannaBonez hemp-infused pet treats; CBD Carolinas small-batch capsules, balms, and sprays; Dalai Sofia kombucha; Gritty Goat Farm handmade goat milk soaps; and more.

Learn more about the store at wellnowsupplements.com.  [location-1]

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