Learn about Hemp Oil at Sonnewald




Josh Hendrix

Hemp-derived cannabidiol (CBD) oil is one of the hottest topics in natural medicine today. Josh Hendrix will conduct a lecture from 6:30 to 8 p.m., May 3, at Sonnewald Natural Foods, explaining why thousands of Americans are finding help from CBD oil in dealing with a wide variety of health issues, including anxiety, focus, pain, inflammation and more.

Participants learn inside information about the emerging CBD industry, including its past, present and future outlooks, and have the chance to ask questions of someone with a deep inside view of the industry.

Hendrix says, "Hemp and hemp products have been a hot topic of conversation throughout the natural products industry of late. Many legal, safety, quality and health-related questions have arisen from this and are causing a positive disruption that we refer to as the ‘CBD evolution’”.

Location: 4796 Lehman Rd., Spring Grove. For more information, call 717-225-3825 or visit Sonnewald.org.

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