The store wants to try and end the stigma in the area and provide awareness.
Northern Irelands first CBD and hemp cafe has recently just opened at 29 William Street, Newry. This unique CBD Café and Vape lounge aims to introduce a new range of CBD infused tea’s, coffees and other naturally infused foods/drinks. The newfound business intends to give a friendly and comfortable environment for those who are new to trying natural and organic solutions.
The grand opening was introduced by little Zoe Murphy who suffers from cerebral palsy. Zoe has been taking CBD oil at the age of 16 months of age, after finding a huge difference in her quality of life, she could take aided steps with a walking frame and before taking the CBD oil she was non-verbal and couldn’t move. Zoe was the spotlight of numerous local Irish papers and news outlets after her story was uncovered after the hard work her family put into spreading awareness across Ireland.
CBD (Cannabidiol) is a cannabis compound that has significant medical benefits but does not have any psychoactive effect.
There are 113 compounds or cannabinoids. CBD is legal as the compound known as THC is the one that gets the consumer “high”
Many users that have taken CBD have reported great results from a range of ailments.
Matthew English, Chairman of the Zoe Murphy appeal intends to raise the goal of $100,000 for Zoe as she is a candidate for life-changing surgery in America – $50,000 has already been raised on this appeal.
The store wants to try and end the stigma in the area and provide awareness to various related causes and charities.
For any information or any inquiries please contact:
29 William Street, Newry.