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The new pictures are available now on the Willie’s Remedy website. A single ounce, containing 300mg of CBD (10mg servings) is priced at $38.50 a bottle. A 2ox bottle containing 3000mg of CBD (50mg servings) is also available for $240, along with several rising and sizing variations between the two options.

Willie’s Remedy is a hemp-based CBD line created by Willie Nelson and his wife Annie Nelson. The company plans to also launch confections, vaporizable hemp oils and tropicals.

Earlier this year singer Willie Nelson launched his first CBD brand, Willie’s Remedy, and its first product, Willie’s Remedy Whole Bean Coffee. Now the hemp-based CBD brand is launching is own help-based tinctures as well.

“The Willie’s Remedy line is a purposeful departure from Willie’s Reserve,” Nelson’s wife Annie, who is curating the line, said in a statement, “It’s not about getting high, but it’s still all about Willie and the benefits we believe cannabis has to offer. Willie and I are proud to offer quality, American-sourced hemp wellness options for people of his generation, our kids’ generation, and everyone in between.”

The new tincture comes in both 10mg CBD and 25mg CBD per serving sizes.

In addition to Willie’s Remedy, Nelson is also the founder of Willie’s Reserve, a separate line of licensed THC products.

The hemp-oil tincture is made with Colorado-grown hemp flower that is then concentrated into a full-spectrum extract and then infused into organic fractionated coconut oil.

According to a release, Willie’s Remedy, the CBD line of Nelson’s Willie’s Reserve, will first debut a whole bean, CBD-infused coffee to help perk up your morning. The small batch roast will be infused with oil naturally derived from American-grown, organic hemp. When brewed, an 8-ounce cup of Willie’s Remedy carries about 5 milligrams of CBD oil.

“Hemp production was suppressed in America because hemp was competitive to too many industries. The country probably missed some opportunity during hemp prohibition,” says Nelson. “But another way to look at it is that hemp is the answer to [a] huge range of challenges we’re facing right now. Allowing commercial hemp farming will create jobs for the farmers.”

“We have a dropper of tincture at the start of the day,” Nelson said. “It’s also great added to a smoothie or with a little apple cider vinegar as a dressing. It’s fat soluble so it blends well with other oils.”

“It’s two of my favorites, together in the perfect combination,” says Nelson in a release. “Like coffee, cannabis is a plant that works for me.” The coffee is set to launch in September in Colorado. According to a representative, the brand plans to roll out additional CBD products sometime this year.

The new tincture comes in both 10mg CBD and 25mg CBD per serving sizes.

In addition to music, education about the cannabis plant has been a large part of Nelson’s lengthy career. With Willie’s Reserve, which sells marijuana, accessories, and edibles in states where pot is legal, Nelson is monetizing the regulatory and social shifts happening in places like Colorado, Oregon, Washington, and California. Now, says the singer, it’s time to focus on hemp.

“The Willie’s Remedy line is a purposeful departure from Willie’s Reserve,” Nelson’s wife Annie, who is curating the line, said in a statement, “It’s not about getting high, but it’s still all about Willie and the benefits we believe cannabis has to offer. Willie and I are proud to offer quality, American-sourced hemp wellness options for people of his generation, our kids’ generation, and everyone in between.”

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The country legend is a longtime advocate for the beneficial effects of cannabis, and his new line of products are infused with CBD oil, beginning with a whole bean, CBD-infused coffee. Each small-batch roast is infused with CBD oil that was derived naturally from organic, American-grown hemp. According to a press release, an 8-ounce cup of Willie's Remedy contains about 5 milligrams of CBD oil.

Nelson has been very open about his fondness for cannabis over the years, and he personally tests all of his products, which he insists must be cultivated on independent farms in small batches and use only organic inputs. CBD oil is a derivative of the cannabis plant, and advocates say it has many of the same health benefits of marijuana; however, its lack of THC means users do not experience the euphoric or psychoactive effects of marijuana.

The icon is also a tireless advocate for America's farmers, and he hopes changing laws around hemp production will be beneficial to them financially.

"Hemp production was suppressed in America because hemp was competitive to too many industries. The country probably missed some opportunity during hemp prohibition," Nelson states. "But another way to look at it is that hemp is the answer to [a] huge range of challenges we're facing right now. Allowing commercial hemp farming will create jobs for the farmers."

"It's two of my favorites, together in the perfect combination," Nelson says. "Like coffee, cannabis is a plant that works for me."

The coffee is set to launch in September in Colorado, one of the U.S. states where marijuana is now legal. Culture Map Austin reports that Willie's remedy will introduce more products later in the year.