Zilis Full-Spectrum Cannabidiol Products Now Available Locally
Zilis, a Texas-based maker of cannabidiol (CBD) tinctures and topicals, has expanded to the Milwaukee area. CBD, the non-psychoactive derivative of the hemp plant, has gained attention in recent years as a natural alternative to ease pain and anxiety and help children with seizures.
Local Zilis independent ambassador Brenda Diesing states that Zilis’ Ultra Cell Full-Spectrum CBD, and the boosters Ultra Dream and Ultra Edge can support sleep cycles, sharpen focus, improve energy and more. The products contain full-spectrum CBD, which includes a wide range of cannabinoids present in the hemp plant.
Zilis has a pay-it-forward program in which they donate nutrition packs for malnourished children in Haiti for every product purchased. They also have partnered with Vitamin Angels to donate pre-natal nutrition to expectant mothers in the U.S.; and a Patriot Program to provide free Ultra Cell Full-Spectrum CBD liquid or topical to at-risk veterans.
For more information, call 262-957-4857 or visit Zilis.com/BrendaDiesing.
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