Deli Hemp Paris, rue de Lévis in the Villiers district.

To the northwest of the capital, the 17th arrondissement remains an unexplored land for many Parisians. Yet it's worth discovering for its paradoxes, and above all for the little treasures it harbors, from the flower-filled cité to the typically Parisian market and the sumptuous bourgeois architecture.

Following on from the Champs-Élysées, the 17th arrondissement is home to the Rue de Levis, a street mainly devoted to commerce. A well-known stroll for local residents, rue de Lévis is an ancient Roman road that follows the route that led from Paris to Argenteuil, past the Château de Monceaux, home of the Lévis family (in the 18th century, a marshal, the Duc de Lévis, defended Canada against the English, alongside the Duc de Lévis-Mirepoix).

But there's much more tothe 17th arrondissement than its bourgeois atmosphere and luxury mansions. On the border with the 18th arrondissement, the Batignolles district is one of the most pleasant "villages" in Paris.

Both popular and relaxed, it's home to a multitude of bars and restaurants, but above all, it's a real neighborhood. For a pleasant nature break, you can also visit the lovely Square des Batignolles.

Deli Hemp, the benchmark in CBD well-being: 3 min from Villiers metro station

Just a few meters from the Villiers metro station, in one of the 17th arrondissement's busiest shopping streets, rue de Levis, you'll find France's number 1 CBD chain: Deli Hemp.

Set up a few months ago in the 17th arrondissement, the Deli Hemp therapeutic CBD boutique offers a wide range of entirely legal products derived from the hemp plant, and produced in France.

With over 80 stores across France, Deli Hemp has risen to the challenge of establishing itself as the benchmark for legal cannabis.

You've dreamed of being able to resell legal cannabis, Deli Hemp has done it! Offering a whole range of CBD products, from flowers and cosmetics to teas, coffees and vapes.

This buoyant new market for CBD (Cannabidiol) products is currently booming all over France.

In the store on rue de Lévis in the 17th arrondissement, we meet Julien: "We offer CBD-based wellness products in the form of herbs for infusion, resin, massage oils and lubricants, or even crystals for sprinkling on food"

The advantage of CBD is that, unlike THC, it has no psychoactive effects.

Whether you're looking to relax or soothe more serious pain associated with chronic illness, CBD is an effective natural alternative to synthetic drugs .

CBD is non-toxic.

In fact, it has no side effects, nor does it impair cognitive or physical abilities.

It was first studied in the 1960s, and its analgesic properties were quickly demonstrated: as an anxiolytic, it helps to regulate stress and anxiety, sleep disorders and inflammation .

It also reduces convulsions in epileptics and nausea in patients undergoing chemotherapy.

CBD flowers, sublingual oils, massage oils, soothing balms and vapes are all available at Deli Hemp.

Everything in Julien's CBD boutique is legal and naturally grown.

Julien is very attentive to each and every one of his customers' requests, and here we work on a case-by-case basis. The CBD market has been booming recently. "Our products are for everyone.

Julien welcomes you Monday to Saturday from 10:00 am to 7:00 pm at 79 rue de Lévis 75017 Paris