Despite CBD’s not-fully legal status in Texas and other states, the cannabidiol has exploded onto the food scene. The supplement does not make you high, but supposedly has anti-anxiety and anti-inflammatory effects, though research in these areas is extremely limited and no one really knows the proper dosage.
For those who choose to partake in CBD, it’s available in many forms around Austin, showing up in juices, coffee, ice cream, and baked goods. Those looking for savory options are relatively out of luck, apart from Cuvee Coffee’s CBD options or the more veggie-focused juices from Juiceland.
In terms of sweets, there’s a specialty flavor at alcohol-infused ice cream shop Prohibition Creamery (though this flavor is booze-free, as it’s illegal to mix the two) or add CBD to any flavor at vegan Nada Moo’s scoop shop. For a more filling snack, try the CBD waffle at reopened Kinda Tropical or the baked goods at CBD shop Flamingo Hemp.
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