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Rachael Quinn, Your CBD Store® founder, is one of many people who suffer from Crohn’s Disease. When prescription medications didn’t provide relief from the symptoms, a friend suggested she try CBD oil, which is a natural anti-inflammatory agent. She did, and within a few weeks the symptoms were under control and she had regained her quality of life. That experience led to the founding of Your CBD Store® and a desire to help others find pain relief through the use of natural, hemp-derived products. CBD, or cannabidiol, is a compound found in the cannabis plant which has many medical benefits. Your CBD Store® products are made using only the highest quality, organically grown hemp from Colorado which has been certified by that state’s Department of Agriculture. This phytocannabinoid rich (PCR) hemp has a naturally high CBD level, and an abundance of other beneficial cannabinoids (CBG, CBN, CBC), as well as flavonoids, terpenes, and essential amino acids. We use a CO2 extraction process, which eliminates the need for chemical solvents and produces a high-quality, full-spectrum CBD. For our zero-THC products, the CBD is processed again to remove all traces of THC.

Here’s what people say after redeeming their Nift gift.

Loved it Kelsey W., December 1, 2019

Amazing store, but better yet, amazing owner. He really took his time to explain the products and very much so empathized with my situation. O would absolutely recommend him and his store to everyone and anyone that I know is in need of those type of products. Thank you so much to both of you!! Jessica L., December 13, 2019

Cbd north andover

We lead by example and live by principles that you can rely upon.

We delight in seeing others succeed and have fun doing it.

What type of North Andover CBD should I purchase?

We are dedicated to being on the leading edge of the health and wellness revolution.

With laws being altered throughout America to allow for medical marijuana use, however, the traditional stigma is rapidly dissipating, and we have to put much of that change down to CBD and its incredible array of benefits.


The cannabis plant comes in many different varieties. For decades though, the US Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) treated them all the same, classifying cannabis as a Schedule I substance. Schedule I drugs are considered to have “no currently accepted medical use and a high potential for abuse” and are thus illegal to produce or possess.