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Are you wondering where to find CBD oils in the CBD or the French quarter? We can help. The industry is growing, and New Orleans is still rebuilding meaning you are likely to see a number of shops selling CBD oil products in the near future. For now, here are a couple of options: Hippie Gypsy is like a head shop from the 90s. Since the 90s are back, it’s cool. This location is renowned for their fun atmosphere and outstanding customer service. If you’re ready to imbibe some CBD, awesome! The folks on staff can step you through it. While you’re there you may want to pick up some of their glass, vape or other groovy accessories. The Herb Import has been around since the 90s and continues to grow and improve their selection. In addition to glass, vape, e-cigs, and tobacco they now carry CBD oil products. The experienced herbalist on staff is super knowledgeable and will help you find a CBD product to meet your needs.

Do you know what it means to need CBD oil in New Orleans? Well, the market has finally arrived. We’re sorry about messing with the lyrics of that song, but we are not sorry to announce that you can finally walk into a head shop and find CBD oils near you. The industry is still growing, and New Orleans is still expanding so expect to see even more places carrying a wide variety. We found a number of classic head and smoke shops that carried the traditional items like incense, glass, and accessories which have recently added CBD oil products. If the shop is lacking a specific brand, then that’s just the market catching up. Shopping online for CBD oil is now easier than ever and delivery is fast.

Mushroom New Orleans is located Uptown in the Audubon neighborhood (1037 Broadway St.) and is a bit of a legendary smoke shop. Over the decades the company has passionately sold pipes, rolling papers, music, books, and more. Today Mushroom New Orleans also carries CBD Oil products. The staff are a fun bunch and know their products and accessories. Be warned, you could spend a whole afternoon browsing through their merch. Crescent City Vape has two locations. This one is located uptown (4507 Magazine St.) where you’ll find over 140 vape flavors and now CBD oil products. Not only that, but the customer service team is fantastic. If you love CBD, Vape or all of the above, head here for all of your needs, they carry coils and all the other goodies as well. There’s another location in Central City (1224 St. Charles Ave. Ste B.) Up in Smoke (2101 Magazine St.) used to be the place to head for your pipes, vapes, and merch, but not really anymore. That being said, they carry Green Roads CBD oils which are some of the best isolated spectrum CBD oils on the market. The staff are also quirky and it’s not a bad place to hang. You’re likely to see a man with a talking parrot doing a line dance with himself and his buddy. It’s entertaining. Just grab the Green Roads CBD oil and pay the lady.

The Best CBD Oil Shops in New Orleans

CBD Oil Shops Uptown and in the Garden District

The Herb Import Company now has a location in Mid City. They carry a wide variety of products for all of your herbal need and now including CBD. For the most part, the staff are kind and courteous but are always incredibly knowledgeable. At the end of the day, you may get a weird response or some side eyes, but it’s a head shop. The knowledge is the power which is why we picked this location. If you are out in Harahan/ River Ridge wondering where can I find a CBD oil shop near me? Then head to Smoke-N-Style. This shop has been open since 2015 and carries CBD, cigarettes, clothing, E-liquids, vapes, and all of your other accessories. This place has it all: great products, affordable CBD hemp oils, and a knowledgeable staff.

CBD Oil Head Shops in Mid City and Beyond

CBD Oil Head Shops in The French Quarter and the Central Business District

Very rosy indeed. You can buy CBD products from stores, markets and easily online. There are even cafes offering infused coffees to an eager customer base. As more research comes back positive for the medicinal values of these products, demand can only grow. We expect to see the market worth around $15 million by 2025. That means a lot of jobs in this industry and all those associated with it in and around the New Orleans area.

CBD is a Cannabinoid found in the Hemp plant, a relative of the Marajuana plant. The best oils, sold legally, contain a wide array of Cannabinoids , Terpenes and Flavonoids. Products sold must contain less than 0.3% THC, the hallucinogenic responsible for the high in pot, meaning you cannot get high from it. It is purchased to aid a number of ailments. From intense pain, to anxiety and stress relief. There seems to be a lot of people who not only swear by it themselves, but passionately recommend it to others suffering from many ailments current medicines do not help with.

People buy tinctures, capsules, ( like these here ), or vape E liquids as well as creams and other edibles like chocolate or general candies. As the popularity grows more and more items like bath bombs and hair and beard oils are becoming more sought after.

Is It All Good?

As with any product there will always be those who look to profit from poor quality products and to mislead customers. However as people learn more about these products and learn to check out lab reports as well as checking out oil types, the ability to scam is reducing considerably. Awareness of the difference between high quality oils like Golden ones against Isolates that only carry the CBD Cannabinoid and no other elements of value are beginning to see competition rising for the better grade products on the market. This has to be a good thing. It’s interesting for law enforcement to be taking action against poor quality CBD sellers, rather than arresting people for using such products, something thousands of users are grateful for. As for whether or not this will lead to Marajuana being legal, it doesn’t seem that the two items go hand in hand beyond their relationship as a plant. There are still calls to legalize Marajuana in New Orleans and indeed throughout Louisiana, that are growing stronger now CBD oils are legal, yet still they remain firmly on the illegal side of the page.

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Since its legalization throughout the state of Louisiana in June last year, (yes almost a year ago!), CBD oil and associated products sales have grown at an alarmingly quick rate. New Orleans is, as you would expect, one of the hotbeds in Louisiana right now, where the market is really beginning to become a major source of income for many businesses. If you include the metro area, the city or Parish holds over 1.2 million people within its boundaries. The market here is worth, in some estimates, almost $3 million per year. There also seems to be no ceiling currently as projections have this growing 5 fold over the coming 5 years to 2025.

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