Ex-member of Irish boyband creates CBD business after injury in AfghanistanPosted by On

An army veteran, who was once in an Irish boyband and toured with Westlife and other stars in Ireland, has founded his own CBD company to help treat strains and aches after becoming injured in Afghanistan.

Farard Darver, 44, born in Farnborough, Kent and raised in Dublin, had singles in the Irish charts from the age of 18 with Men2B and Area 4, and was eventually accepted into the British Army after being turned down multiple times.

Now he is the founder and chief executive officer of Healthcare International Research, which owns two CBD brands, Hempe and MotherSage, which both sell products across four continents.

As the son of an Indian immigrant, he believes that anything is possible if you try hard enough.

After projecting out of a military vehicle while serving in Afghanistan, Farard became injured and by the age of 40 he needed a hip replacement because of the wear and tear of his 17 years of service.

He discovered CBD and launched his company while still in the army, before leaving in 2019 to pursue the business full-time, turning down a full pension and promotion.

Farard, who has two sons with his wife, Lucy Darver, 43, grew up in Dublin and instead of going to university he joined the boy band Men2B at the age of 18.

Around two years later, one of the members left the band so they renamed themselves Area4 and featured on RTÉ and toured with Westlife on RTÉ’s radio station, 2FM’s Beat on the Street Tour throughout Ireland in 1999.

He said: “We had some…

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