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Experience Enhanced Warmth and Comfort with MONQ’s Cozy+


Experience Enhanced Warmth and Comfort with MONQ’s Cozy+

The holiday season may be over, but sweater weather sure isn’t. As we get into even colder months, wrap yourself in cozy comfort while you reminisce on memories past with Cozy +cbd.

Cozy+ includes a synergistic blend of essential oils designed to warm both the body and soul with a combination of thermogenic properties and nostalgia therapy, now with the addition of CBD to create an enhanced experience.

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Cozy+ features four primary ingredients: American-grown CBD, cardamom, cinnamon, and vanilla. The terpene-rich essential oils potentiate and optimize the CBD to create an entourage effect, leading to an enhanced aromatherapeutic experience. Anyone can add CBD. Only MONQ knows how to handcraft synergy to help you feel the way you want. Highlighted below are the primary ingredients in Cozy+ and the benefits they provide.


Cannabidiol, or CBD, is derived from hemp, a member of the cannabis family, and related to the marijuana plant. Unlike marijuana, hemp does not contain THC, the psychoactive compound that produces an intoxicating effect. So, CBD elevates your experience, creating greater therapeutic benefits without a high.

CBD acts on the endocannabinoid system, which has essential functions in most parts of the body, including the central nervous system, gastrointestinal tract, endocrine system, immune system, and all major organs. In other words, CBD has the potential to address holistic health and affect overall wellness, including mental health. 1

Because CBD is often in an isolate, or single-molecule, form, it often lacks the terpenes inherit in cannabis and marijuana plants. However, by infusing terpene-rich aromatherapy with CBD, MONQ is potentiating the CBD while elevating the aromatherapy to create an entourage effect. This results in enhanced therapeutic benefits of both the CBD and the aromatherapy and facilitates synergy and healing. 2

Cardamom Essential Oil

Dried cardamom has been used as a medicine and a spice since the fourth century BCE. It is also the third most expensive spice in the world, after vanilla and saffron. Though the use of cardamom essential oil is relatively new in the essential oil world, the oil boasts many of the same health benefits as the spice.

Whether you’re looking to maintain healthy digestion or improve your intimate relations with an aphrodisiac essential oil, cardamom is the perfect oil. Additionally, cardamom is known as a warming spice, which contributes to the thermogenic properties of the Cozy+ blend.

Cinnamon Essential Oil

While you may associate cinnamon with the scent of the holiday season, this warming spice does more than add a delightful flavor to your winter desserts.

Cinnamon essential oil is revered in aromatherapy because of its versatile therapeutic properties. It can be used to boost immune function, support oral health, and relieve sore muscles.

In addition to its therapeutic benefits, cinnamon is a scent that many associate with the holiday season—an important addition to the nostalgia therapy that Cozy+ provides.

Vanilla Essential Oil

Vanilla is easily one of the most popular and recognizable scents and flavors in the world. However, vanilla isn’t just a delicious flavor. In addition to a range of other mental and physical health benefits, it’s a powerful anti-inflammatory and relaxant.  width=

The main active compound in vanilla essential oil is vanillin , which creates the smell and taste we associate with it. The higher the concentration of vanillin, the better the health benefits of the oil.

In Cozy+, the addition of vanilla rounds out the blend to provide its warm and comforting aroma, while also offering a range of health benefits.

Final Thoughts

Cozy+ has all the amazing healing properties of MONQ’s signature Cozy blend enhanced with the therapeutic benefits of CBD. Breathe in Cozy+ and wrap yourself in cozy comfort.

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