Hemp 2 Heal

6451 Triangle Plantation Drive, Suite 108, Raleigh, NC

Relieve Pain

Studies have shown that CBD may help reduce chronic pain by impacting endocannabinoid receptor activity, reducing inflammation and interacting with neurotransmitters.

Reduce Anxiety & Depression

Using CBD has been shown to reduce anxiety and depression in both human and animal studies.

Benefit Heart Health

Though more human studies are needed, CBD may benefit heart health in several ways, including by reducing blood pressure and preventing heart damage.


Welcome to Hemp2Heal CBD Store.  In our physical store located at 6451 Triangle Plantation Drive, Suite 108, Raleigh, NC; Hemp2Heal provides the highest quality, Hemp and CBD Products available.  Not only have we used the products we offer, but we have strictly vetted our partners and believe in their products ability to help our customers with their health and wellness needs.  We even offer a product line for our families with furry family members.

Visit us today on Triangle Plantation Drive next door LA Fitness, we’d love to meet you and answer any questions you may have.  If making a trip to our store is not possible, feel free to peruse our website and connect with us to receive discounts, product updates, leading industry information and more.

Should you have any questions about a particular product or brand, send us an inquiry via our contact form below and we will respond.  Thank you for visiting Hemp2Heal.  We look forward to healing with you!



Hemp 2 Heal offers quality products which help our clients suffering from chronic pain, anxiety, stress, joint pain, sleep issues and so much more.  Our line of pet products can help your furry friend feel like their old self again.


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About the Owner

I am Matthew McDonald and I started Hemp2HealNC to educate and bring awareness of the health benefits of Hemp and CBD products. 

At 11 months I was diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy and extreme spasticity. The diagnosis meant I would have limited use of my right arm and leg, a weak eye, and delayed speech. When I was in middle school I had corrective surgery on my hips, tendons, and ankles. The recovery was a long road but when I fully recovered, I was up walking with the help of arm braises and sometimes a walker. By the time I was in high school, I only desired to be fully independent of anyone’s help.