Five Finger Death Punch’s Ivan Moody Launches Moody’s Medicinals CBD Products
Five Finger Death Punch frontman Ivan Moody has unveiled Moody’s Medicinals – a brand-new line of his own CBD and non-CBD products, such as throat sprays and water.
“I wanted to come up with something that would help me not only during my shows but when incorporating the CBD elements… It managed my anxiety and OCD,” Ivan says. “I use Moody’s Medicinals because it tames my anxiety before, during, and after my performances. And it comes in handy when I’m winding down from being on the road. I don’t get to eat on a normal schedule when I’m on tour, so Moody’s Medicinals helps manage my appetite when I am home.
“Being in recovery and avoiding any and all alcohol, I found myself limited to things I could use on the road, especially on tour. For example, any throat sprays out there, the only options are sugar-based. But I’ve witnessed other singers’ use these products with little to no results.”
He also explains of his goals for the line: “When I think about Five Finger Death Punch, I think it’s like our own club. We are like the ‘Island of Misfit Toys’. We accept everybody. These products helped me, and I stand behind them. I want to share that. I want Moody’s Medicinals to reach everyone. I think this could help many people who are willing to try it for two weeks or more, including veterans, and anyone experiencing anxiety.”
Products will be available worldwide on Tuesday, June 25 from Moodysmedicinals.com, with a Las Vegas kick-off event also happening this Friday, June 28 in which Ivan will also appear for photos and meet-and-greets.
13 Soaring Eagle Casino & Resort — Mt Pleasant, MI
16 Ozarks Amphitheater — Camdenton, MO
20 Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Sioux City — Sioux City, IA (no IN THIS MOMENT)
23 Rochester Main Street Armory — Rochester, NY
24 Floyd L. Maine’s Veterans Memorial Arena — Binghamton, NY
26 Bank Of New Hampshire Pavilion — Gilford, NH
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