With 1.5 mm customers BuyLegalMeds.com leads way in alternative medicine & CBD

With 1.5 million customers, the world’s leading CBD e-commerce store known as BuyLegalMeds.com leads the way in the health revolution with Cloud N9ne Syrup, Cloud N9ne CBD, ACTIV8 CBD & UrbanLeaf Naturals. These are THC free & you can pass a drug test.They ship worldwide.

Las Veas, United States - December 3, 2019 /PressCable/ —

With 1.5 million customers, the world’s leading CBD e-commerce store known as BuyLegalMeds.com leads the way in the health revolution by carrying Cloud N9ne Syrup and other Cloud N9ne CBD, ACTIV8 CBD and UrbanLeaf Naturals which are high quality and affordable CBD products. Their products are THC free and you can pass a drug test using them. They also ship worldwide.

BuyLegalMeds.com has become one of the internet’s most buzzed about brands to buy trustworthy CBD products. The site launched in June 2015 by creating their first product, Cloud N9ne Syrup. To date, they have 7 CBD dispensaries in Las Vegas and continue to thrive as the go-to CBD store to buy CBD online.

With their Black Friday and Cyber Monday promotion of 40%-50% off of their entire online CBD store, they are offering Christmas’ best value in the wellness space.

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With recent coverage on USA Today, MyVegas Magazine, GQ, CNN, Ellen Show, Huffington Post, Business Insider, and The Washington Post, BuyLegalMeds.com founder and CEO, Joe Vargas (@hustler on Instagram) has found an unusual niche in the cannabis industry that has significant health benefits.

Vargas discovered abuse of a prescription drug mixture known as “lean”, “sizzurp” or “drank”, that it’s safe to say, his company is creating a solution for. That solution is Cloud N9ne CBD syrup.

According to Mr. Vargas, “What we are doing is revolutionary, with the syrup, we are changing a culture that has involved millions upon millions of people and that’s very powerful, because we are enabling people to use Cloud N9ne Syrup as a healthy alternative to lean. We are making an impact by offering an alternative to millennial’s who would otherwise be abusing their health, and killing themselves.”

“We believe that through targeting the human cannabinoid system, we can help many people restore their internal balance through the products sold on our online store and retail chain, www.BuyLegalMeds.com.

Cloud N9ne Syrup, is a 120 mg CBD and 9 herbal concoction Vargas has developed as a healthy alternative to the deadly codeine-based “lean” cocktails made popular by the hip hop community and abused by the millennial set. With addictive qualities similar to opiates, lean (Codiene and promethazine) a dangerous street drug has had some serious consequences even leading one manufacturer to stop making one of the cocktail’s main ingredients.

“I didn’t realize how big the culture was until I started doing research,” explains Vargas. “Then around August of 2015, I saw a story that one of the biggest suppliers of lean/codeine, Actavis, was discontinuing its product for being too commercialized by artists like Justin Bieber, Rick Ross, Lil Wayne and other rappers singing about it. It’s a cough syrup and not supposed to be something that’s part of the party culture.”

Launching Cloud N9ne Syrup in 2015, Vargas created an atypical product in his father’s kitchen for a demographic that are generally not medicinal cannabis users. “The vast majority of our business for Cloud N9ne Syrup comes from the millennial demographic that’s 18-35. That’s where we started and that’s where we focus with that specific product,” says Vargas, who attributes his 1.5 million customers to word-of-mouth and a very strong social media reach.

“All of the products on our store are manufactured with pure CBD from industrial hemp and extraction methods that maintain the full plant profile ensuring customers receive full spectrum of cannabinoids, terpenes, and fatty acids from the natural plant and other products that use 99% crystalline.”

“Our product lines have bled into the medicinal side and help people who are looking for something to treat COPD, Fibromyalgia, MS, pain or insomnia. Even people who have ADHD use it so they can focus at school,” explains Vargas. We have approximately 70 products now ranging from CBD gummies, CBD tinctures, CBD flower, CBD for pets, CBD edibles etc.

His company will soon be launching other brands to add to their array of high quality products. “It’s for people who want to use it for medicinal reasons to supplement other treatments or just want to use it for cooking or baking.”

At Buy Legal Meds, Vargas’ team excels at providing the best customer service and the most competitive pricing for the highest quality CBD oil products in the industry.

Vargas says: “We like to do things to connect with our consumers and customers online and offline which I accredit to our massive success.” https://www.buylegalmeds.com/

For more information on Buy Legal Meds and Cloud N9ne Syrup visit https://www.buylegalmeds.com/

Contact Info:
Name: Kwasi Asare
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Organization: Buy Legal Meds
Address: 4985 W Tropicana Ave Ste 103, Las Vegas, NV 89103, Las Veas, NV 89103, United States
Phone: +1-213-709-8388
Website: https://www.buylegalmeds.com/

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