The pop-up opened on February 3 at the Free Market food and retail marketplace at 1801 Blake Street, where it's now selling CBD lotions, gummies, sublingual oils, pet products and more infused items produced by the southern Colorado hemp company as part of its medical-hemp advocacy Trust the Earth campaign. Along with CBD products, there will be art produced by Shepard Fairey's Studio Number One.
One of the first high-CBD cannabis strains to gain nationwide attention for its reported medical benefits, Charlotte's Web eventually led to a company under the same name founded by the seven Stanley brothers — Josh, Joel, Jesse, Jon, Jordan, Jared and J. Austin — who'd developed the strain in Colorado Springs.
The pop-up will be open through March 31.
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