Topical Pain Relief; A Brief Overview.
Posted on August 26th, 2020 to Default blog
CBD, short for cannabidiol, is a molecule derived from cannabis. But unlike its chemical cousin THC, it won’t get you high. What it might do, according to some research, is alleviate anxiety, seizures, chronic pain and dozens of other ailments.
CBD is incorporated topically into lots of products, especially creams and oils. A CBD topical is any cream, lotion, or salve that’s infused with CBD and can be applied directly to the skin. One of the most popular pain management products is a Pain Relief cream. It can be used by anyone, for a number of ailments, strains, soreness, and general pain relief. How does a pain relief cream work? The amount of milligrams of CBD that is infused in the cream, affects the intensity of relief, or how often you might want or need to apply it. The dosage can range anywhere from a mild potency, like 50mg, to a super high dosage like 1500 or even 2000mg of CBD.
The benefits of CBD are infinite! Scientific studies and lab tests have shown that CBD products can be used to manage pain like arthritis, inflammation, end even skin conditions such as acne, eczema and psoriasis.
Emu oil is a natural product made from the refined fat of the emu (a large, flightless bird native to Australia). Rich in antioxidants and polyunsaturated fats (including omega-3 fatty acids), emu oil has long been used in aboriginal culture to treat skin conditions.
Studies have shown that the human skin easily absorbs emu oil, making it an amazing delivery agent for CBD.
It soothes upon contact, so if you’re experiencing muscle, nerve, joint discomfort, CBD Intensive Relief Rub with Emu Oil 500mg deeply penetrates and delivers results.
The reviews on this product have been quite positive. Comments include satisfactory results about its effectiveness, and pleasant absorption. This cream gives off a cooling sensation when applied.
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