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Herne Bay sweet shop bosses planning to sell CBD treats to children

By Lucy Hickmott

It's a topic that's been dividing opinion since it started to make headlines in recent years - now a Kent company is going to start selling sweets containing a substance extracted from cannabis plants.

You've probably heard of CBD because it's what some parents of children with severe epilepsy have been campaigning for to reduce their seizures.

The two men who own and run the shop Sweet Sol in Herne Bay say they're planning to move to Whitstable next year and supply their products containing the substance to other shops in the county.

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