Cannabidiol (CBD) is a natural compound extracted from the cannabis plant. (I use the term cannabis to include both hemp and marijuana, I talk about the differences between hemp and marijuana in this blog post.) When used topically, CBD is absorbed through the largest organ of our body – the skin. Our body’s endocannabinoid system can then use it. In this blog post, I talk about our endocannabinoid system and how phytocannabinoids such as CBD work with it. In a nutshell, the endocannabinoid system is involved in many physiological processes, including motor control, memory and learning, pain perception, regulation of energy balance, and food intake. It is also engaged in other endocrine functions, vascular responses, modulation of the immune system, and neuroprotection.
Our body produces cannabinoids naturally, endocannabinoids. However, when insufficient cannabinoids are created to maintain stasis, you can take phytocannabinoids made by plants. CBD is such a cannabinoid. Topical CBD products are absorbed through the skin and bind to cannabinoid receptors responsible for bodily functions. Studies have suggested CBD has multiple systematic effects on the body. Due to regulation, I am not permitted to write about the benefits of CBD oil. However, this topic has been thoroughly discussed and a simple google search will lead you to your own conclusion.
Powerful Herbal Infusions
The best CBD massage oils on the market do not rely on CBD as the main active ingredient. Known as the entourage effect, when combined with other potent terpenes, our body recognizes full spectrum hemp extract and broad-spectrum hemp extract better than isolates. In addition, we utilize other plants for their natural healing properties. Our house-made herbal infusion oil is profoundly comforting for muscles, joint pain, the head, and skin. This herbal oil is a powerhouse blend of three solar-infused herbal oils of St. John’s wort, calendula, and arnica. All three infusions are expertly made with wildcrafted flowers and organic ingredients. It is also excellent for dry skin. To take advantage of the plant terpene entourage effect, we also added lavender essential oils and peppermint.
Is CBD legal?
CBD products derived from the hemp plant with less than 0.3% THC are legal federally but can be charged as marijuana in some states such as Arizona and Hawaii. If you are hitting the road, check state status first by reading this blog post.) Marijuana-derived CBD products, on the other hand, are illegal federally but legal under some state laws. Also, keep in mind that the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has not approved nonprescription CBD products, leading to inaccurate labeling by companies not regulated by their state. We are a certified and licensed manufacture and retailer of hemp products in the form of Ohio. Our quality products are sent to a third-party lab to ensure purity and accurate labeling.
Pumper bottle: 4 fl oz and best use for whole-body massage. Contains 500mg of broad-spectrum CBD
This product is for external use and should be kept out of reach of children.