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Six Ways to Get Your CBD Fix

The buzzy cannabinoid can be found in just about anything these days.

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Six Ways to Get Your CBD Fix

Zen on the Cheap …

The buzzy cannabinoid can be found in just about anything these days.

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Strawberry marshmallows

Mallow, uh, mellow out with these pillowy pink treats ($24 for a box of 12) at Rogers Park’s XO Marshmallow. Each strawberry-size cube contains 10 milligrams of hemp extract — the perfect puff that won’t get you high. 6977 N. Sheridan Rd.

Full-body soak

Noble Square’s Piva Beer Spa, the only one of its kind in the city, lets you add CBD bath crystals to an hourlong thermal water soak ($125) to soothe chronic aches, inflammation, and even insomnia. 1052 N. Milwaukee Ave.

Pedicure

A $55 package at Simone’s Nail Lounge in Garfield Ridge loops in four CBD treatments: a foot bath, an exfoliating sugar scrub, a gentle leg wrap, and a minty moisturizer. All of which just might help you get over the anxiety of a stranger touching your feet. 6650 W. Archer Ave.

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Dog treats

Even good boys and girls gets stressed, so TropiCBD, a Long Grove family business, developed these vegan nibbles ($25 for seven ounces), each with four milligrams of full-spectrum CBD (with over 100 nonpsychoactive cannabinoids), to help alleviate everything from separation anxiety to seizures. tropicbds.com

Mocktail

The 700 Club ($13) at River North’s Entente has a layer of vibrant purple French violet syrup floating on a mix of lime juice, cucumber-mint lemonade, and cucumber citrate, plus a generous one milliliter (a full dropper) of CBD. You’ll feel the smoothness of the oil but won’t taste it. 700 N. Sedgwick St.

Scalp treatment

Yes, the stuff can even promote hair growth. At Bronzeville’s K2's Kuts, barber Keith “K2” Will massages patrons’ noggins with follicle-strengthening serum infused with Physicians Grade brand CBD ($10). 4318 S. Indiana Ave.

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