Carl’s Jr. Unveils New CBD-Infused Burger In Denver
In Colorado, you can use and buy recreational marijuana legally. April 20th is the Unofficial Marijuana Smoker's Holiday. Carl's Jr. wanted to take advantage of the day and introduce a CBD-Infused burger for people to try.
The burger is called the Rocky Mountain High Burger. It has two CBD-Infused beef patties, pickled jalapenos, pepper jack cheese, and a few french fries to top it off. When this launches it will make Carl's Jr. the first fast-food restaurant to serve a CBD-Infused item. If this burger does well, you may see it in Carl's Jr.'s nationwide.
CBD is a part of the marijuana plant that has either slight traces of THC or none at all. CBD is used for medical reasons like pain and epilepsy. So no one will be getting high from these burgers.
If you would like to try one, the Carl's Jr. in Denver at 4050 Colorado Blvd. will be serving them for 24 hours only. They will cost, of course, $4.20