September 16, 2018
Offer from mojitos to cannabis-based massages
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Several companies dedicated to the food and beauty sector have incorporated cannabis into their products and services, taking advantage of the legalization of their use for recreational purposes in nine states of the United States. Customers can request both their non-psychoactive molecule (CBD) and the one that is (THC), according to the New York Times. The Hollywood Roosevelt hotel offers a variation of the traditional rum, mint and lemon mojito that includes cannabis 18 dollars. "The relaxing effect of this mojito is deep," says Jessica Schupack, a frequent customer of this bar. This place also has poles with CBD, including: lemon bars, frozen yogurt, raspberry crumble, green apple bavaroise and a panna cotta of yogurt with macerated berries. "Our customers ask for all offers frequently and ask for more options," said Peter Hansen, director of food and beverages at the hotel. Another place is the Solage resort spa in the Napa Valley, with massages that promise pain relief. anxiety with oils that contain CBD, a substance that has anti-inflammatory properties. The price of its service ranges from 160 to 420 dollars. For its part, the hotel Thompson Seattle offers a psychotropic gourmet experience, where you can taste a menu that contains the psychoactive molecule of cannabis. At the moment, the hotel only organizes private events to present these dishes. "Dinners are fun, but it's not about people getting out on drugs, the goal is to highlight marijuana in an innovative way," said Ferek hotel chef Simcik.