Keep your cool with Goodleaf’s CBD-infused sparkling drink

With days getting hotter and calendars filling up, everyone is looking for the best way to unwind. Goodleaf’s THC-free, CBD-infused sparkling water will leave you refreshed and balanced without any intoxicating effects. Also read: Spoil yourself and others with these luxury local skincare brands Research has shown that more and more young people are looking for alcohol-free beverage alternatives, especially... Read more → The post Keep your cool with Goodleaf’s CBD-infused sparkling drink appeared first on CapeTown ETC.

Keep your cool with Goodleaf’s CBD-infused sparkling drink

With days getting hotter and calendars filling up, everyone is looking for the best way to unwind. Goodleaf’s THC-free, CBD-infused sparkling water will leave you refreshed and balanced without any intoxicating effects.


Also read: Spoil yourself and others with these luxury local skincare brands


Research has shown that more and more young people are looking for alcohol-free beverage alternatives, especially as they become more health-conscious and develop a greater focus on wellness and mental well-being.

Along with the trend towards moderation in alcohol consumption comes a global interest in the benefits of THC-free CBD. There is a healthy and delicious homegrown solution for those who prefer to abstain completely or occasionally from non-alcoholic beverages while remaining true to their youth, vibe, and personal preferences.

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In his 2022 thesis, Markus Filter notes that this shift can be credited to “health-consciousness and a greater focus on wellness and mental well-being, particularly among Generation Y consumers.”

Lulie Halstead, CEO of the global market research and strategy firm Wine Intelligence, told people at the Nedbank Vinpro Information Day in January 2022 that Millennials and Gen Z South Africans are driving the trend toward drinking less.

Add those segments of the population together, and that’s a lot of people looking for a great-tasting alternative.

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Filter notes that Gen Y consumers “place importance on how they appear to others” and “purchase certain products, in this case, beverages, as a form of self-expression.” He discovered that taste was a “significantly more important” consideration for respondents when selecting a drink.

“A lack of awareness, a lack of availability, a lack of appeal to male consumers, and a general stigma attached to not drinking alcohol” make it hard for these consumers to find a non-alcoholic drink that meets their needs.

Did you say “CBD”? Will I get high when I drink this?

Absolutely not. Goodleaf drinks are made from non-GMO cannabis, with laboratory precision used to remove all THC, the compound that provides a high. In South Africa, selling THC products is illegal.

These THC-free CBD drinks offer a feeling of balance, calm, and focus without being intoxicating. Your body and mind will be refreshed and revitalised by its sparkling goodness, leaving you feeling fantastic.

Here are 12 tips from Goodleaf on how to take it slowly this holiday season:

  • Make a list of priorities.
  • Budget your holiday finances.
  • Make time to exercise or meditate.
  • Find time for self-care and do something that you enjoy or that will make you happy.
  • Spend time with friends and family.
  • Avoid the hustle and bustle of the holiday madness.
  • Buy local this season.
  • Create something homemade—whether it’s Christmas tree decorations or cookies.
  • Implement tech-free time during your day—spend some time unwired.
  • Alternate alcohol with non-alcoholic cocktails, hot cocoa, and sparkling drinks instead.
  • Most important: Be yourself and bring your own vibe to the festive season. It’s easier to be yourself than someone else.

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