SAN ANGELO, TX – One of the first businesses to open up in hopes of making it in the CBD industry in San Angelo has officially called it quits.
As first reported on February 14, 2019, Nexcel Health and Wellness Center opened it's doors for the Chamber of Commerce. This was the first store in San Angelo that opened it's doors with the idea of only selling CBD products. Here is the original story: Dude, Store Opens in San Angelo to Sell Oil from Hemp Leaves
The owners of the establishment brought the business into San Angelo to try and spread the benefits of CBD.
"In the states where they are using CBD, these states have had less disease," claimed Steve Smith owner of Nexcel. "Once I learned that I started to find the best CBD manufacturer in the world."
They originally started the business in New Mexico before moving down to Texas.
In 2018, the Texas Legislature began allowing farmers to grow hemp and sell it for it's oils or twine. With this business across the state starting popping up to sell items like buds, seeds, oils, or really anything with CBD in it.
Since Nexcel opened a number of different dispensaries have popped up. Different convenience stores and head shops have also began selling CBD.
The building, located at the intersection of Johnson and University across the street from Angelo State University, is now up for lease.