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What is CBD Lotion?
According to scientific research, CBD seems to have a range of health benefits. CBD can relieve pain, and it might promote healthy skin. So, it’s no wonder why many people enjoy topical treatments and lotions that are infused with CBD.
CBD lotion might include a range of beneficial additions, like essential oils and hydrating ingredients, to promote skin health. It’s applied to the area where you’re experiencing pain, whether it’s an injured ankle or a tense lower back.
Our CBD lotions come in a range of fragrances, with one developed especially to relieve muscle pain.
Full Spectrum CBD vs. CBD Isolate
Full-spectrum CBD. This means it contains a high concentration of CBD and a smaller amount of all or most of the other known cannabinoids. It also contains flavonoids and terpenes, which are other beneficial compounds found in cannabis plants.
Broad-spectrum CBD. This will contain a high concentration of CBD and a smaller amount of some other cannabinoids, flavonoids, and terpenes. Generally, it contains fewer cannabinoids than full-spectrum CBD.
CBD isolate. This is basically pure CBD, although it could contain small amounts of other cannabinoids, or no other cannabinoids at all, depending on the brand.
Most people who opt for full-spectrum CBD do so because of the “entourage effect” – the idea that CBD is stronger when it works in combination with the other cannabinoids.
Our CBD lotions all contain full-spectrum CBD, meaning it combines all the original terpenes, flavonoids, and other cannabinoids found in the plant. We believe this will benefit you more, as it offers you the entourage effect.
There’s a great deal of scientific research to suggest that CBD relieves pain. One 2018 review looked at numerous studies on CBD and pain conducted between 1975 and March 2018. In general, these studies looked at whether CBD reduces neuropathic pain, cancer-related pain, and fibromyalgia (a poorly understood chronic pain condition). The review concluded that CBD is effective at relieving pain.
Those studies mostly involved patients taking the CBD orally, not applying it to their skin. While the research on topical CBD treatments for pain is thinner, it’s still promising.
As this 2011 study points out, CBD topicals are generally easier to use regularly when it comes to pain. The authors concluded that CBD topicals generally seem to be effective at pain relief. More recently, a 2016 study looked at arthritic rats and found that topical applications of CBD could help soothe the pain and inflammation associated with arthritis.
While CBD topical treatments need to be studied further, the research is very promising. Thousands of people use CBD lotions and swear by it – and it may just work for you.
Is CBD lotion safe to use?
Of course, it’s always a good idea to chat with your doctor before using CBD products of any kind. Your doctor might be able to suggest the best way to use it to suit your specific needs. CBD can interact with certain medications when taken orally, as it can affect the way your body processes certain medications. However, this is unlikely to happen when you’re using a topical treatment. To err on the side of caution, however, it’s best to ask your doctor!
Lastly, it’s important to use high-quality CBD products. Always choose products that have been tested by a third party – that is, an unbiased, independent lab. The lab report will verify that the products contain CBD and no harmful additions like pesticides, mold, or heavy metals. You can find our lab report here .
How do we use CBD lotion? This part is simple: just massage the CBD lotion into the affected area and wait for it to kick in. Depending on the strength of the lotion and the severity of your pain, you might want to apply the lotion twice or three times a day. It’s important to experiment and figure out what’s right for you.
Ingredients & Lab Testing
Volume: 120-240 ml (4-8 fl oz)
Lab Test Results