Melting Leaf opens CBD and coffee shop in Spring

Melting Leaf opened its Spring retail store and coffee shop in February. (Photo courtesy Melting Leaf)
Melting Leaf opened its Spring retail store and coffee shop in February. (Photo courtesy Melting Leaf)

Melting Leaf opened its Spring retail store and coffee shop in February. (Photo courtesy Melting Leaf)

Melting Leaf, a Conroe-based CBD store, opened its second area location in Spring on Feb. 6. Melting Leaf is located at 22920 Kuykendahl Road, Ste. 200, and offers products including CBD tinctures, edibles and beauty products along with CBD coffee and hemp leaf. 832-422-3310. www.meltingleafcbd.com


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