Hemp Magik hosts grand opening on Nov. 17

Press release from Hemp Magik:

Hemp Magik is excited to announce we have outgrown our processing facility in Mars Hill and have recently moved to 507 Elk Park Drive, Asheville NC where they will have a small store front. Hemp Magik will be hosting our Grand Opening on Saturday, November 17th from 1-4pm.

Hemp Magik is a woman owned and run company that had humble beginnings in 2017. Melissa Lee Clark, North Carolina’s First Legal Female Hemp Extractor, took a leap of faith when starting the company last December. Her dog “Luna Bean” was suffering from Grand Mal seizures. Melissa turned to CBD to save her life and is happy to announce she is healthy and thriving. Clark, previously a school teacher for children with autism, invested her time into creating CBD products for humans and pets alike.

Since opening Melissa has hired Herbalist, Melanie Noyes, who studied at the American Herbalist Guild. She is Hemp Magik’s Extraction specialist and is wildy passionate about the healing properties of the cannabis plant. Taylon Breeden, business manager, has been a cannabis activist pushing for hemp and cannabis legislation throughout the state. She is a farmer and previously ran for county commissioner on the platform of bringing hemp jobs to WNC farmers. Blair Wirkkala, is a nurse practitioner who has a certification in educating about the Endocannabinoid system. She will be leading Hemp Magik’s Educational Seminars on the Endocannabinoid system once a week.

The grand opening will feature Rolled And Roasted’s new CBD infused ice cream and coffee with Hemp Magik’s Sublingual Oil. There will be Free Samples, Sound Healing, CBD Massage, and much more. We look forward to hosting and would love to have some media involved!

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