The feel good drink

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CBD infused beverage California Cannabis
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10 mg

no sugar - no calories 

California Cannabis Drink


California Cannabis Drink


California Cannabis Drink


The feel-good drink with Cannabis Extract

California Cannabis® is a pioneering functional drink. Not only does it contain the Nubrain® superb nootropic formula, but 10 mg of raw organic cannabis extract and the Neurocellin® patented plant stem cell technology. 

Cannabidiol, a cannabinoid or CBD is non-psychoactive, it does not have the intoxicating effects of THC. CBD can actually counteract the psychoactivity of THC and combat unpleasant effects of THC such as paranoia, anxiety, over-excitability, or memory-loss. CBD acts on completely different receptors and enzymes than THC. CBD is associated with a long list of health benefits and is considered the healing component of the cannabis plant.
With the Neurocellin® patented blend it helps increase alertness, provides sustained energy and over time maximizes the brain's potential.
Feel it working.







The feel good drink


Malibu Beach, California



Piña Colada Flavor

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Nutrition Facts

American Ginseng 120.00 mg

Malic acid 100.00 mg

Green coffee bean Extract 100.00 

Taurine 500.00

Guarana Seed Extract 50.00

Camelia Silensis Extract (Green Tea) 25.00

Ginkgo Biloba Extract 25.00

CBD Extract 10.00

Rhodiola Rosea Extract10.00

Vitamin B12 0.25

Other ingredients: Xanthan gum, Citric Acid, Sodium Citrate, Potassium Sorbate, Sodium Benzoate, Sucralose, E127, E133, Flavour

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