Celebrity Chef And Tv Producer Charles Mattocks Teams Up With Cbdiva To Release A New Line Of Cbd Products

TV personality & Advocate Charles Mattocks, has teamed up with CBDIVA to create a line of high quality CBD products.

May 17, 2019 /MarketersMedia/ —

TV personality & Advocate Charles Mattocks, has teamed up with CBDIVA to create a line of high quality CBD products. Charles comes from a rich heritage, the nephew of the late reggae legend Bob Marley. Herbal remedies have been used for many years on his native island of Jamaica.

Spurred to action by his own health condition, and his mom’s illness, ‘CRPS’ Charles’ passion for people living with various health conditions has led him to become an advocate for those living with such conditions; such as diabetes, and pain management issues related to various health ailments (diabetes, CRPS, sickle cell, and more). He saw a need to reach those who wanted and needed an alternative product that had well known, natural health benefits. Living as a Type2 Diabetic himself, CBD has helped him tremendously, and continues to help those around him. Charles states "I wanted something that could help those that are dealing with health issues, every day I fight to give exposure to conditions like diabetes and pain issues. I know this can be a great tool in their day to day battle to be healthy."

The partnership with CBDIVA allows Charles to reach people around the country with products that are high quality and trusted. Charles has been seen on such shows as CNN, Dr Oz, The Today Show and countless other national television shows. Charles is the executive producer of the first ever diabetes reality doc u series on Discovery Networks and also a bestselling author.

The collaboration between Charles Mattocks and CBDIVA will help him continue his mission to help others through education, and access to high quality CBD products for both humans and separate line for animals. The line will be available on-line as well as in stores and doctor offices around the country. Charles will use his television platform to also showcase the products. With many CBD products on the market, Charles wants to be able to separate himself with education and information on CBD. Providing a more holistic approach to understanding the benefits. CBDIVA is well known for her high quality products and knowledge of the properties that go into making this one of the best on the market. Look for Charles at some major conventions and events around the country.

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