SCOTTSDALE, Arizona, Dec. 16, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Leading cannabis industry website WayofLeaf.com has compiled its annual list of the best CBD gifts for Christmas for the upcoming 2020 holiday season. The full report, which is available now at WayofLeaf.com, features a variety of products based on budget range, potency, and desired effects.
"Basic market analysis shows the holiday season is far and away the most popular time for people to buy CBD products," says WayofLeaf Content Director Dylan Baker. "Thousands of folks are going to be purchasing some type of CBD product in the coming weeks, so the idea of this list is really pretty simple - to highlight what we feel are some of the best options currently on the market."
The list, which the popular website compiles annually during the Christmas holiday season, recommends several budget-priced CBD gift ideas in addition to a few different products based on specific effects individuals may be looking for.
"Believe it or not, the CBD market is still wildly unpredictable even as we approach 2021," Baker says. "A lot of people out there - whether they're looking for a gift idea or looking for something for themselves that will actually work - have no clue where to start or how to separate one CBD product from another."
WayofLeaf represents one of the most comprehensive informational resources on cannabis and CBD, utilizing a team of doctors and other health professionals to review hundreds of article content on the use of CBD for dozens of different ailments and health issues.
"Given the ongoing lack of regulation across much of the CBD market, outlets such as ourselves have kind of been taking the initiative and taking it upon ourselves to offer reliable market insight," claims Baker. "Our team reviews hundreds of different products over the course of the year - this list comprises just a select few we feel are worthy of attention."
The WayofLeaf report also includes applicable CBD Christmas coupons across several of the top brands, as well as promotional coupons on select items. The full article can be read at wayofleaf.com