South Florida restaurants are buzzing over CBD in recent months, touting the oil’s ability to treat everything from chronic pain to anxiety.

Customers are raving about the new slices at Pizza City in Fort Lauderdale – especially the marinara sauce, which is infused with cannabidiol, aka CBD oil, the trendy but controversial compound commonly found in marijuana.

At Foxworth Fountain in Delray Beach you can order ice-cream floats, sundaes and milkshakes speared with syringes of CBD oil.

Three weeks ago at Colada, a café north of downtown Fort Lauderdale, employees began spiking shots of Cuban cafecito with the oil.

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Phillip Valys ~ South Florida Sun Sentinel ~

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