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Back in October, Highline Wellness launched a new gummy into their ever-growing roster: a CBD + caffeine gummy. We were legit beside ourselves with excitement. You can read our full gush over here, but suffice it to say that we are so glad you were born, little CBD star.
So when Highline Wellness announced just last week that they were coming out with a new CBD “wellness” gummy, we racked our brains trying to figure out what it could be. They already have an Immunity Gummy (which we have yet to try, but stay tuned!). Could it be a multi?
Turns out Highline Wellness tackled one of the most popular but daunting ingredients: Apple Cider Vinegar! 🤯
Yes, Goli’s Apple Cider Vinegar gummies have taken the world by storm in the last few years, but now a new ACV gummy has stepped up to the plate to challenge the reigning champ.
And this gummy has an ace up its sleeve: CBD.
If you’re not familiar with Apple Cider Vinegar, let’s run through it real quick. ACV is produced from, you guessed it, apple cider, and it’s essentially a fermentation process similar to kombucha.
Through this process, the sugars are metabolized by the probiotic “vinegar mother,” a symbiotic collection of yeasts and beneficial bacteria. This produces acetic acid, which gives it that vinegary tang and may be responsible for a handful of health benefits.
The most commonly claimed benefits of Apple Cider Vinegar are blood sugar regulation and weight loss support (when combined with diet and exercise). There have been a handful of really promising studies on both these effects.1 2
And although more research is needed to truly make any substantial claims, there are many converts to the ACV lifestyle.
Apple Cider Vinegar can also be a probiotic & an antioxidant, and there’s a whole order of people who say they have clearer skin after taking ACV regularly.
The downside is: ACV tastes crazy, and it’s pretty hard to keep at it day after day, spoonful by spoonful.
That’s where the gummy comes in! Dehydrated Apple Cider Vinegar in gummy form transmutes an intense and unpleasant wellness routine into a delicious one. And once it’s in a gummy, you can add other things.
We love a good plus one when it comes to our CBD gummies, whether it’s Lemon Balm or Melatonin, and it feels like we’re just getting started with what is possible in the CBD gummy world. What a time to be alive.
Here’s what’s in these: 10mg of CBD per gummy, and 200mg of Apple Cider Vinegar. That’s less ACV than the Goli gummies, which clock in at 500mg per gummy (which is equivalent to about 2 teaspoons of ACV).
So you might want to take two of these a day if you’re looking for the same amount of ACV, but bonus: you get a little extra CBD accoutrement.
We’re excited to bring some chill to both our minds and our stomachs! These just launched on January 18th, and we’re waiting to get our hands on some. Once we do, we’ll give you our full review.
And man, Highline Wellness can’t stop, won’t stop. Because in between the launch of the Energy Gummy and this Apple Cider Vinegar Gummy, they also managed a Melatonin Gummy collab with a chic, boutique hotel chain and came out with a CBD Facial Mist and an Under Eye Balm, both created with noted beauty influencer Alyssa Lynch.
Oh, and they’re donating 2% of proceeds from every purchase to the NAACP to aide in their fight towards equality for all. ✊
Basically, they don’t sleep. (But we do. With that sweet, sweet CBD.)
We can’t wait to see what they come out with next! And knowing Highline Wellness, it’ll probably be sooner than you think. 😉
- Shishehbor F, Mansoori A, Shirani F. Vinegar consumption can attenuate postprandial glucose and insulin responses; a systematic review and meta-analysis of clinical trials. Diabetes Res Clin Pract. 2017;127:1-9. doi:10.1016/j.diabres.2017.01.021
- Tomoo KONDO, Mikiya KISHI, Takashi FUSHIMI, Shinobu UGAJIN & Takayuki KAGA (2009) Vinegar Intake Reduces Body Weight, Body Fat Mass, and Serum Triglyceride Levels in Obese Japanese Subjects, Bioscience, Biotechnology, and Biochemistry, 73:8, 1837-1843, DOI: 10.1271/bbb.90231