Although most hotels continue to prohibit pot, a growing number of luxury establishments are offering lodgers a way to relax with the help of CBD.

The popularity of CBD has skyrocketed over the past two decades, and luxury hotels across the country are now looking to cash in on this expanding industry by offering drinks, edibles, and meals infused with the popular cannabinoid.

In recent years, scientists and patients alike have been discovering that CBD can effectively treat ailments ranging from anxiety to epilepsy to eczema, and a majority of U.S. states have legalized its use in some form. 

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