Organic CBD Balm Topical with CBDPeeps.
Organic CBD Balm for your pain “hot spots,” such as your joints with a cooling rub that brings swift, yet long-lasting relief.
WHY Organic CBD Balm from CBDFX?
CBDFX only uses CBD from plants grown organically at their state-of-the-art partner farms in Europe. The CBD is extracted from the plants through a CO2-based process—no toxic chemical solvents are used. That means you get the purest, full-spectrum CBD hemp oil available and all of the nourishing terpenes, amino acids, essential fatty acids, and vitamins it contains. The proprietary CBD Balm 150 mg formula is also made with other natural ingredients, such as beeswax, organic shea butter, organic jojoba oil, and tea tree leaf oil. They contain no animal gelatins.
CBD Calming Balm – 150mg
HOW DO I USE IT?
Follow label directions. Scoop a little of the balm onto your fingertips and gently massage it where you feel pain or discomfort, taking care to avoid any mucous membranes. Apply a small amount to just one spot first and wait to see how it affects you before using more.
ANY SIDE EFFECTS?
Our CBD Balm is a safe, all-natural topical treatment. You may feel a cooling (or warming) sensation on your skin shortly after applying it. Regular users report zero to minimal side effects, including no psychoactive effects.
- 150 mg of 100% organically grown full-spectrum CBD in a 57-gram container
- Blended with other natural healing ingredients, such as beeswax, shea butter, and tea tree oil.
- No animal gelatins
- CBDfx products are tested for quality and purity by an independent, 3rd party laboratory and the reports are available for your review.
Your skin is the largest organ in your body, and it’s an incredibly important part of your overall health and well-being. With CBDfx’s new organic CBD balm topical, you can refresh and heal your skin while also infusing it with a potent active dose of organic CBD!
Does CBD actually work for pain
Some users say yes, but the researches say who knows.The most compelling research they found for using cannabinoids for pain came from a large review and meta-analysis published in JAMA in 2015. For the study, researchers looked at results from 79 previous studies of cannabinoids and various medical conditions, including chronic pain. However, of those studies, only four involved CBD, without THC,none of which were looking at pain. So although we might assume that CBD is doing something to help address pain, according to the studies involving the whole cannabis plant. we don’t have great evidence to prove it.
Is all CBD Balm the same?
No, manufacturers may include other ingredients and also the amount of CBD may very.