When I saw the headline on the item at the bottom of the San Francisco Chronicle editorial page November 2, I assumed the writer, assistant editor Spencer Whitney, was aiming for irony. Wrong again. Whitney had news to impart: “Acabada Active, a New York-based company, launched a line of luxury ‘CBD-infused activewear’ over the summer that releases droplets or microcapsules of CBD embedded in the clothing with skin friction. According to the company, each piece of clothing has 25 grams of CDB and once activated, the workout clothes are supposed to help relieve muscle soreness, lasting for about 40 wash cycles. Prices range from $125 for bras and bike shorts to $275 for jumpsuits.” A pure plug, irony-free… I assume the CBD is lab-tested.  —Fred Gardner