Charleston Thinks Green

All the rage right now in holistic medicine,  Charlestonians can now experience CBD [Cannabidiol] its benefits. The Charleston Hemp Collective, located at 473 King Street, is a new, high end CBD boutique on the peninsula that is passionate about providing the Carolinas with the highest quality CBD products. 

Charleston Hemp Collective’s CBD is grown on a farm in Lakeland, North Carolina. Matt and Libiss Skinner, the owners of the hemp collective, are passionate about local and clean farming. “We want to help people discover the remarkable powers of the cannabis plant through our products, while exploring the roots of the South,” they said. “We encourage you to rediscover what has made the South one of the strongest agricultural centers of the United States.” 

Because the Skinners own their own farm, they are in control of the process from beginning to end. This means they plant, process and distribute all of the CBD with their own team. Making sure they know what is in their product, and that they can guarantee quality to their customers, is important. 

Libiss came to CBD because of her own journey with ulcerative colitis. She says that because of CBD, she was able to live without pain and discomfort for the first time. Her own journey made the Skinners want to spread the word of clean CBD to people with auto-immune disorders and chronic illnesses. 

When a customer walks into the hemp collective, they make sure they walk out with knowledge above all. The Skinners make sure that all of their employees are well-versed in the benefits of CBD. All employees work on the farm as well to ensure that they are intimately aware of the manufacturing process and can accurately represent it. 

The Charleston Hemp Collective works with beekeepers, bakeries, skin care companies and other local artisans to make sure they are distributing the highest quality products possible. 

The Charleston Hemp Collective offers tinctures, salves, skincare, edibles, drinks, bath care and books on a daily basis. They also sell flower every day in store, with happy hour Monday through Friday from 4:20 to 6:20 where pre-rolled flower costs $10 for one or $25 for three. 

Be sure to check out The Charleston Hemp Collective for your aches and pains or just to be a little more educated about CBD and ethical farming practices. The hemp collective is open 10am-10pm Thursday-Saturday and 10am-9pm Sunday-Wednesday. 

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Zoë Murrie is a Junior Communications and Women’s and Gender major from Columbia, SC. When she’s not writing, she loves plants, burritos and house shows.


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