According to Peter Hansen, the property’s director of food and beverage, the CBD menu has been a big success. “All the items are frequently ordered, and our customers keep asking us for more options,” he said.
CBD Spa Treatments in Napa
Also in California, the Spa Solage at Solage, Auberge Resorts Collection, in Napa Valley, launched a massage, facial and body scrub ($160 to $420) which all incorporate a CBD oil, an anti-inflammatory that is supposed to help with insomnia, pain relief, anxiety and eczema. (The oil does not contain THC, the psychoactive component of marijuana.)
Peggy O’Shaughnessy of Austin, Tex., and her daughter, Claire Rivers, booked CBD facials at the spa in August, and Ms. O’Shaughnessy said that the experience was unlike any other facial they’ve had. “Claire wanted to see if the facial would help her inflammation, and it made a big difference,” she said. “For me, it was so deeply relaxing. I could feel a difference compared with other facials.”
Body Wraps with Sage, Lavender and CBD in Colorado
The spa at the St Julien Hotel & Spa, in Boulder, Colo., also has several new CBD treatments (none contain THC) including a classic massage, a deep tissue massage and a service called the Ultimate Colorado Bliss Experience (from $160 to $295) that includes a rose sugar scrub, a body wrap with lavender and sage CBD-infused body butters and scalp and body massages. “Given all the research about the benefits of CBD, we couldn’t not offer these,” said Susan Hunnell, the spa’s director.
One of the spa’s massage therapists, Nadene Moccia, said that many of her regular clients are thrilled about the services. “Since marijuana became legal in Colorado, I’ve had clients ask if we could give treatments with CBD because they had heard about the wellness benefits, and now, I can say yes,” she said.