Where to Find CBD-Infused Snacks, Treats in San Antonio 

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It goes without saying that folks are big fans of the CBD craze sweeping the nation as of late. While full-blown marijuana may not be legalized in Texas for some time, plenty of local businesses are taking advantage of CBD and infusing it into drinks, sweets and more. Here's a (growing) roundup of where you can score these goods.
OF 18
105 Warren St, (210) 451-0230, dabcbdhempcafe.com
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Located in the Five Points neighborhood, dab prides itself in being the city’s first hemp cafe. Similarly, owners Erika and Gabriel are dedicated to educating the community about the benefits of hemp, while also providing great snacks and treats. From juices and coffee to baked goods, the menu offers hemp-infused products as well as CBD oils.
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Cereal Killer Sweets
Vendor, (210) 753-2032, cerealkillersweets.com
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Think of these treats as the childhood sweets you know and love, but with an adult twist. While some treats are made sans CBD, certain flavors offer the benefits of the sought-after phytocannabinoid.
Photo via Instagram / cerealkillersweets
Folklores Coffee House
5009 S Flores St, (210) 455-7829, folklores-coffee-house.business.site
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On top of being the only local coffeeshop on the South Side, Folklores also brings CBD-infused treats. Since its opening, the shop is also home to a CBD counter, though you can always add a shot of CBD to your cup of joe for an extra boost. Trust us, it’s worth it.
Photo by timeofdre via Instagram / folklores_coffee_house
Plantyful Sweets
Vendor, plantyfulsweets.com
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Those with a sweet tooth, but who want to enjoy the benefits of CBD and eat healthy may want to get familiar with Plantyful Sweets. The vendor is all about plant-based desserts, which isn’t at all common. On top of protein cookies and gluten-free loaves, you can also score CBD-infused brownies and other sweets. Now that’s a whole new type of “pot brownie.” Expect the flavors of traditional desserts with all the benefits with these sweets.
Photo via Instagram / plantyfulsweets
Catch The Wave
Food truck, facebook.com/catchthewave.io
Photo via Instagram / catchthewave.io
Brought to you by Chef Leo Davila, Catch the Wave is on the go with a steady lineup of delicious bites. Part of the tasty menu are the CBD-infused, blue corn tortillas. It’s the best of both worlds (we Latinos do love CBD, huh?), as you can munch on street tacos that are that much more special.
Photo via Instagram / eatmigos
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Lady Grace CBD Shop
5009 S. Flores, (210) 876-2522, ladygracecbd.com
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Located inside the Folklores Coffeeshop, you can score a variety of CBD treats here. From juices to honey, Lady Graces offers products for you to enjoy right away as well as take home and use later time and time again.
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Urth Juice Bar
5317 McCullough Ave, (210) 272-0467, urth-juice-bar-mccullough.business.site
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For freshly-made juice in a variety of flavors, plus smoothies and acai bowls, you can stop by Urth Juice Bar. These products are made with carefully-sourced ingredients, and you can even add CBD oils to your juice of choice. You’ll really be feeling refreshed with one of these.
Photo via Instagram / ivskitchen
Flora and Fortitude
Vendor, floraandfortitude.com
Photo via Instagram / floraandfortitudecbd
Specializing in artisan CBD products, Flora and Fortitude knows just the treats that we didn’t know we needed. Popping up at special events, as well as hosting them from time to time, Ellyn and Matt Dixon specialize in CBD-infused caramels and cold crew coffee made with ethically-sourced ingredients. Snack on these sweets and you’ll be feeling refreshed in no time.
Photo via Instagram / floraandfortitudecbd
Vendor, teanesstea.com
Photo via Instagram / teaness.satx
On top of organic and farm-to-cup teas, this growing vendor also makes cups with CBD in it. While not every blend features the good stuff, they’re also plenty tasty all on their own.
Photo by bethapril via Instagram / teaness.satx
105 Warren St, (210) 451-0230, dabcbdhempcafe.com
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