Minute Suites announced it will offer cannabidiol (CBD) products at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport (ATL) locations by the end of this month, becoming the first U.S. concessionaire to offer travelers the natural medicinal alternative derived from marijuana and hemp plants.

Minute Suites, which provides private suites inside security at airports for travelers to nap, relax or work before their flight or during long delays, says the CBD product will be in compliance with the 2018 Farm Bill, which means all products will be in the CBD forms allowed by the TSA on flights.

“We are fortunate to pioneer the availability of CBD products in ATL,” says Chris Glass, chief operating officer of Minute Suites. “CBD has proven effective in treating symptoms to many mental and physical health issues, as well as improving people’s overall well-being. It fits within our wellness mission.”

Minute Suites already offers many health-related products for purchase at the front desk, including high-end sleep masks and travel sheets, noise-canceling headphones, neck pillows and more.