Social inertia towards cannabis acceptance’s gradually increasing; some countries are legalizing and regulating it, there are some TV shows (Cooking on High, Weeds), many medical treatments based on marijuana, new scientific research, and, now, cannabis products TV ads: the last of these ads comes from Babaria – cannabis cream produced by a Valencian company called Berioska (prime-time on top TV channels).
What are Babaria cannabis creams?
Babaria’s based on cosmetic product marketing; this time, a cannabis-oil cosmetic-product line is in the market – these creams have cannabis oil, moringa butter and E-vitamin (ideal combination for sensitive skin and wellness feeling); cannabis oil has CBD and essential fatty acids for rejuvenated skin – these products profit the cannabis beneficial, medical properties.
Babaria cannabis products
– Body cream 200 ml
– Face cream 50 ml
– Hand cream 50 ml
Babaria creams don’t get you high
Many people think marijuana is hard drug and anything containing cannabis affects the consumer psychologically – nothing could be more untrue; high-CBD products have therapeutic properties but no psychoactive effects – CBD/cannabidiol products don’t provide any side effect on consumers (Babaria creams haven’t any THC, main marijuana psychoactive compound).
Babaria’s focused on three essential mottos: strict lab quality controls, good-manufacturing-practice certificate and quality commitment – no animal testing, creams tested on sensitive skins; trusted company, relating its corporate image to marijuana in the market (no prejudices/fears): gradually, marijuana’s getting into industry and public imagination. Cannabis phobia/ignorance’s transforming into conscious acceptance – cannabis is being regularly accepted because it’s very beneficial and its consumption risks have nothing to do with hard-drug risks (a few years ago, there was a misconception about it); try Barbaria and enjoy marijuana advantages (no prejudices/complexes).