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Everyday Uses for CBD Throughout Your Home

By now, it’s safe to say almost everyone has heard of CBD, the non-psychoactive cannabinoid sourced from the cannabis family. The compound has recently gained popularity for its reported anti-inflammatoryanti-pain, and anti-anxiety properties, making it a go-to all-natural choice for the aging community, athletes, pets, and anyone looking to maintain optimal overall wellness without the “high.”

The growing prevalence of CBD in health and wellness communities has brought the beneficial cannabinoid everywhere; from luxe coffee shops, to boutiques, smoke shops, and even gas stations. Because of this spike in popularity, it’s important to make sure you’re purchasing CBD that has been lab tested by a 3rd party to ensure quality, potency, and accuracy in dosing.

After discovering the health benefits of CBD for herself, Rosebud CBD founder Alexis Rosenbaum decided to bring her concept to market, providing access to clean, reliable, hemp-derived plant medicine in all 50 U.S. states.

For Alexis, the best part about CBD oil is its versatility; she keeps a bottle in pretty much every room! Rosebud’s minimalist packaging was designed, in part, to fit into the aesthetic of every home. Check out the 5 places Alexis suggests keeping a bottle of Rosebud CBD handy, to help take advantage of the compound’s surprising, and seemingly endless, uses.


In the kitchen

This one may seem like a no-brainer. Your CBD oil can sit beside the Keurig to remind you to dose up your morning coffee or tea. You can even place it next to the blender or juicer as an easy antioxidant-rich (superfood) addition to healthy beverages, or on the spice rack next to the salt, pepper, and chia seeds to dress up your avocado toast. By living in the kitchen, it’ll also remind you to administer your pets’ daily dose!

At the coffee table

We usually sit at the coffee table with friends and guests. By leaving your CBD out with your reading material and floral arrangements, it invites them to ask questions and try the oil for themselves. You’ll be doing your part to end the stigma, and could even end up helping someone suffering in silence.


CBD contains Omega 6 and omega 3 fatty acids, which are vital components in the maintenance of healthy skin. The compounds’ linolenic acid makes it a helpful anti-inflammatory tool for those suffering from acne, and since it’s a natural moisturizer, it can also aid in the treatment of eczema and psoriasis. Keep CBD oil in your bathroom for a great, multi-purpose addition to your skincare regimen.


By keeping a bottle in your purse or backpack, you’ll be prepared for almost anything. When a migraine strikes, take a sublingual dose and massage a few drops on your temples and neck for transdermal relief. In small doses, CBD has been found to assist in alertness; and in conjunction with its anti-anxiety properties, makes for the perfect pre-meeting boost.

The bedroom

According to Project CBD, “Several patients with sleep issues report that ingesting a CBD-rich tincture or extract a few hours before bedtime has a balancing effect that facilitates a good night’s sleep.” So, placing a bottle of CBD oil on your nightstand is self-care, really. Take your dose and curl up in bed with a good book before a calm, uninterrupted night of sleep.

Some advice

Start slow, and dose up until you find what works best for you, your family members, and your furry friends. Questions? Reach out to the Rosebud Team and follow them on Instagram for more helpful, educational resources on the power of CBD.

Rosebud CBD oil is made from CBD-rich hemp flowers grown under the Oregon sun. Since cannabinoids are most effective when consumed with fat, their product is comprised of CO2 derived hemp extract blended with fractionated coconut oil, and comes in 350, 700, and 1000 mg bottles. Rosebud CBD oil is pesticide, herbicide, and solvent-free, with no additives, flavorings, sweeteners or preservatives.

(Photos: China Frost @olivepaperco)


*Editor’s note: If you’re interested in trying cannabidiol oil, please consult with a healthcare professional first.

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