Two friends who co-founded a CBD brand after experiencing anxiety, are donating a percentage of the company’s profits to a mental health charity this month.
Best friends and CBD co-founders, Laura Walton and Catherine Meardon know the importance of looking after your mental health.
Both of them have experienced anxiety either personally, or through a loved one.
This June, the pair who co-founded CBD brand Moi+Me, are donating 10 percent of their profits to the Mental Health Foundation to help raise awareness.
The charity provides support for those experiencing mental health issues, as well as campaigning to raise awareness and reduce stigma.
The friends and former colleagues founded Moi+Me after Laura’s struggles with anxiety after losing her mum.
She says discovering CBD, along with other tools and being able to be open about her experience helped her find her “way out”.
As a friend, Catherine has found it difficult to know what to say and together they wanted to build a brand that could provide tools and support, as well as taking the confusion out of CBD.
“Both of us have been touched personally by anxiety, either through our own suffering or that of those we love,” said Laura.
“I used CBD along with other tools during her mental health journey and found them to be a great support, but I didn’t want to only create a brand or product, we want to help support as much as we can by encouraging people to take extra care of themselves and have self-love.”
She added: “It is our mission to raise further awareness of mental health, we are fully aware it can still be hard to be open about mental health in fear of being judged so by supporting this charity who in turn helps others also suffering feels a perfect fit for our brand.”
The concept for Moi + Me came from the idea that our busy lifestyles leave us feeling pulled in different directions with little time for reflection and self-care.
The range includes CBD balm, temple roller, peppermint oil mist and massage candle to encourage customers to take time for themselves.
Catherine added: “We both understand the importance of getting your life balance right. If you don’t allow time in your life for reflection and relaxation, things can very quickly feel on top of you.
“Our busy lifestyles can leave us feeling like you have one soul and two minds. One ‘Moi’ side of us is thriving externally while the other ‘Me’ side feels tired, worn out and has too much on.
“We’ve designed our high-quality, pure CBD product range to help bring moments of calm into your daily routine through a combination of stimulating flavours and scents.”
Access mental health information and support via the Mental Health Foundation
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