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Our Everyday Wellness Digestive Support CBD capsules are designed to promote a healthy, happy digestive tract. Each CBD capsule is comprised of a meticulous blend of carefully selected natural ingredients that, when combined with CBD, infuse your digestive system with goodness.


Our Everyday Wellness Digestive Support products are designed to promote a healthy, happy digestive tract. These CBD capsules are comprised of carefully selected natural ingredients and powerful CBD to infuse your digestive system with goodness.

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Digestion is a complex process that involves several organs and bodily functions. Small dietary changes can have a great impact on one or more of these functions, which is why it’s important to bolster your diet with ingredients that help your digestive system operate at peak performance. Everyday Wellness Digestive Support CBD products are formulated to do just that. Here’s what you’ll find in each capsule:

Not intended for use by persons under the age of 18.

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Additional Info

Each Naturopathica+ Digestion capsule contains a concentrated dose of full spectrum CBD.It also contains 1 billion live cultures: Lactobacillus acidophilus and Bifidobacterium infantis (friendly bacteria that live in your intestines). It also includes Calcium Chloride, which contributes to normal digestion by producing hydrochloric acid in the stomach.

Approximate dose per 1 serving: 5mg*
*Doses are calculated based on 3 drops per serving, each drop measuring 0.05ml

If you are pregnant, breastfeeding, taking any medications or under medical supervision, please consult a doctor or healthcare professional before use.

There isn’t an ear the nation over that hasn’t heard the words ‘CBD’ uttered in the past two years; it’s the health and wellness buzzword that just won’t go away. The stats show a similar state of affairs: the US CBD (or cannabidiol) market is set to reach 1.8 billion US dollars by 2022, from half a billion dollars in 2018. Far from it being just a whole load of millennials on a mad CBD tirade, actually it’s our friend’s mums, our bosses, and our grandmas, no less. And it’s being heralded as the (potential) saviour of our anxiety and general mental health: “One in 20 people now experience clinical anxiety so there is a huge need for natural remedies to help reduce it. The studies so far indicate that CBD can work as an anti anxiety treatment,” says Dr Julie Moltke, Founder of Dosage and Medical Advisor to The Drug Store.

In fact, Johan relays the impressive jump in those visiting the site in 2018 alone; while in January they were seeing three to four thousand visitors monthly, by April that number was at 50,000, all without any marketing. Aside from word of mouth, Johan puts the CBD craze to a trend of ‘questioning traditional western medicine’ and acknowledges the dramatic change of perception. So much so that the store opens in Marylebone, not Shoreditch as one might assume, later this month: “We’re trying to move away from this hipster cannabis thing and we’re much more focused on high-end health and wellness,” he points out. So rather than the 20-something creative types, they’re looking to target yummy mummies who are hell-bent on keeping ‘well’. Health food shop, Holland & Barrett stocks a number of products and even Boots are getting in on the action, offering a small selection of oral sprays, oils and capsules for their consumers.

Soon-to-open specialised CBD store, The Drug Store, a chic curation of all things CBD from capsules to tinctures and even CBD-infused protein powders, is arguably ahead of the curve where CBD is involved, flipping everything you might think about ‘weed’ on its head. “We wanted to challenge the status quo of how the industry looked,” says Johan Obel, Co-Founder of the store, which is a far cry from the dingy stores with rows of plastic bongs in the window. “We considered creating our own products but realised there was nowhere really to sell it [at the time] so we decided to establish ourselves as a trustworthy retailer that can lead the way for change.” Already a website, they stock a variety of interesting US CBD brands previously unheard of in the European market.

We know what it does for our skin, but what can it do for our minds and bodies? “It interacts with the body’s endocannabinoid system, one of the body’s regulatory systems that helps control everything from mood to memory, stress to sleep and reproduction – lots of different things,” says Dr Moltke. While it is commonly employed to tackle insomnia, anxiety and physical pain, it's also used to tackle more serious illnesses, like epilepsy – all while being totally clean, non-toxic and crucially not addictive. THC, which is the psychoactive ingredient found in marijuana, isn’t present in CBD in any real way (occasionally there are traces, but they won’t have the same effect) so far from it being a ‘stoner’ ingredient, it bridges the best of both worlds: “I have been prescribing it to my clients for things like anxiety and insomnia for a while now and they have seen noticeable changes,” says nutritionist Rosemary Ferguson.

Then there is the huge demand for CBD-infused drinks, a market that’s predicted to be worth $260 million within a few years – even Coca-Cola are looking at how they can get it into liquid to create the next breed of mass wellness drinks. Brands like The Hugg Co offer CBD-infused Italian Roast coffee and Botanic Lab have just launched their Dutch Courage CBD Drink in a recyclable can. Bars and restaurants are also cottoning on. Cool Notting Hill vegan restaurant, Farmacy, offer a ‘High Tea’ – no pun intended, we’re sure – where you can indulge on vodka cocktails and chocolates, both infused with CBD.