Metalcore frontman Levi Benton has spent years earning his stripes as the vocalist for Ohio outfit Miss May I. Becoming a fixture in the genre and leading one of the most in-demand units in the game, Benton's creative horizons are expanding with a new project with a much broader social impact.
Benton has announced his involvement with the launch of his new health and wellness initiative with Absolute Aid, a line of THC-free CBD products. With an emphasis on Focus, Calm, Sleep and Pain, the initial line of offerings its range from CBD bites and topical creams alike that reinforce the notion of holistic, natural aid. The entire product line is vegan, gluten free, organic, non-GMO, free of pesticides and corn syrup, and made in the United States.
Commenting on the new venture Benton shared, “I’ve been so excited to announce this CBD line that my partners and I have been working tirelessly on this past year. Over the past 10 years on the road, I’ve met many fans and fellow musicians who struggle with different kinds of anxiety, and the pandemic definitely elevated that for a lot of us. I found myself looking for a vegan, organic CBD option to help manage my own stress and anxiety, which ultimately led us to creating this line. Plus, I’m a designer at heart so getting to create a CBD line with a cool aesthetic was a blast. I can’t wait to share this with you guys and help people along the way.”
To learn more about the complete line of CBD products and their broad span of wellness benefits visit Absolute Aid online - HERE