Five Miami Haute Spots That Are Incorporating CBD Into Their Offerings

Riki Altman-Yee | May 17, 2019 | Lifestyle

From body treatments to cocktails, cannabis-derived CBD oil is currently the star of the show when it comes to beauty and wellness. Here are some ways local businesses are incorporating the compound into their offerings.


Plant Medicine cocktail from Plant Miami at The Sacred Space


Sweet Stuff
Courtney’s Cookies already offers gluten-free and vegan treats, so it was only natural that owner Courtney León would incorporate CBD into her menu. Her chocolate chip Chill Out ($5 each) and vanilla lavender Nighty Night ($9 each) use the magic oil to help eaters achieve a more relaxed slumber.


Wild Thing
Apparently, even our four-legged friends can benefit from hemp extract, so The Dog Bar sells items like Edibites ($10) to help pups with severe arthritis relax their muscles, as well as oils and balms to soothe noses and paws roughed up by allergies. 1684 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach, 305.532.5654,


Head to Toe
The 80-minute CBD treatment ($189) at the Spa at Auberge Beach starts with a dry brush exfoliation inside a warm quartz sand bed, followed by a CBD oil-infused body wrap. 2200 N. Ocean Blvd., Fort Lauderdale, 754.900.4067,


Head of the Class
At the Spa at the Miami Beach Edition, the CBD Healing Wave mind and body treatment ($260) is purported to soothe the nervous system with biotic waves. 2901 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 786.257.4500,


All or Nothing
At The Sacred Space, hemp has serious appeal with a wealth of CBD-infused products (body lotions, tinctures, patches and edibles) at the center’s Flow lifestyle shop, as well as the Plant Medicine cocktail (a mix of pineapple juice, coconut milk, rum, cloves, lemon grass and Lord Jones CBD oil) served at the on-site Plant Miami restaurant. 105 NE 24th St., Miami, 786.621.5006,


Photography by: The Sacred Space Miami & Rockaway PR, by Sonja Garnitschnig