cbd topeka kansas

Cbd topeka kansas

Address: 5938 SW 17th St Suite 300, Topeka, KS 66604

Definitely quality products. Ghost train is on point. Love the oils. Can’t wait to try the pain cream. No need for a medical card, there is No THC! People who are awesome and friendly. If you need to relieve your anxiety and stress, but don’t want to deal with cops and that mess Give them a try!! – Angie Chacon

Love how much knowledge they have and how much they listen to you needs and don’t try to shove product at you. Would recommend them again and again! – TIffany Nnorris

Shay is amazing and so helpful, she takes her time to help you get the product that is going to work best for you!! Don’t go to any other CBD shop in Topeka. – Cait Sellens

CBD THE Healing Company

Address: 3308 SW 6th Ave, Topeka, KS 66606

My cousin bought orange vape from this store and brought it to me. I was at the other store buying massage oils when they told me about this store. If you vape or like wax, you have to try this place out. They remind me of Colorado. The wax gives you a relaxing feeling and makes you feel calm. A++ – Sarah Gilberts

Very knowledgable staff and super easy to get to. I’m a massage therapist so I’ve been taking CBD for inflammation/ repetitive stress issues in my hands and wrists. I swear by it! – Karen Pitts

CBD Sacred Leaf – Topeka

I got the CBD cream. I put it on my knees and back. Works really well to relieve my pain and has a very pleasant smell. – Toni Webb

Ken was very helpful, and tall. Lol. The tincture really helped me with my depression. Your products have really helped me decrease my meds and the goal is to get off all meds and stay on your CBD. I’ve had a few brands in town, none compare in taste and quality. Great place, Great product. – Kelly Sheffield

Neely and Todack both entered the CBD oil business after using similar products.

Massengill, who expanded Sacred Leaf’s Lawrence store to a Topeka location in late August, said he spends 20 to 30 minutes with each new customer.

It is no wonder Todack is confident in the industry. The Hemp Business Journal, which monitors trends in the industry, projects a $2.1 billion market in hemp-related sales by 2020 — a 700 percent increase over 2016. Meanwhile, MarketWatch reported nearly 40 percent growth in the CBD oil industry between 2017 and 2021.

American Shaman’s growth has been rapid. Since opening the first store at 2607 S.W. 21st St. last year, Todack said, the franchise has grown to more than 150 stores nationwide, with 45 more coming on the market soon.

“We started out with a goal of having 400 by the end of the year. I think we’ll make it,” he said.

“I wasn’t going to have that,” she said. “We had to find an alternative.”

“There’s going to be a rude awakening for people who don’t know where their hemp is coming from,” he said. “We have to be the standard. I’m worried there will be major clamp-down because some shops aren’t doing what they’re supposed to.”

The products come in a variety of forms, from candy and other edibles to droppers of oil, body cream and shampoos.

As it turned out, Todack wasn’t alone in that idea.