Michigan Company Launches Dissolvable CBD Tablets

A company southwest of Jackson is offering CBD tablets, joining companies that advertise CBD as a natural immune booster with few side effects and an alternative to traditional medicines and supplements.
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Renewsha offers tasteless CBD tablets designed to take as a daily supplement. // Photo courtesy of Renewsha

A company southwest of Jackson is offering CBD tablets, joining companies that advertise CBD as a natural immune booster with few side effects and an alternative to traditional medicines and supplements.

Renewsha in Hanover is among the CBD products hitting the market that claims to support immune system health for those who take it as a daily supplement. The dissolvable 30mg tablet is a patent-pending formula that claims to boost immune-health by supporting inflammation relief.

Producer Anewsha Nutraceuticals uses a certified third-party laboratory testing facility regulated by the state of Michigan to test quality and certify every batch formula. The Renewsha formula includes 100 percent hemp extract CBD while leaving out THC, eliminating the possibility for psychoactive effects.

“Renewsha represents a whole new way to take CBD and experience its unique benefits,” says Nic Hohne, a Renewsha distribution partner. “Instead of guessing how much oil is in a dropper or where an edible came from with a nasty aftertaste that burns, Renewsha makes CBD consumption safer and more enjoyable while producing faster results.”

CBD supplements and oils are marketed as all-natural immuno-supportive options, despite limited peer-reviewed science. Early research studies done on CBD and its effects on the body have acknowledged possible benefits as a result of taking the product, according to Renewsha.

Based on information from early studies, CBD has the ability to reduce inflammation. Anecdotally, it has been reported to minimize anxiety, relax nerve pain, and improve sleep quality.

Some people living with conditions such as arthritis and multiple sclerosis have shared a preference for taking CBD as opposed to traditional medications, according to Renewsha.

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