CBD News — CBD and cuts
Posted by Melinda Bloch on
There are many methods for consuming CBD oil such as sublingual application, vaping or taking a capsule. Topical CBD comes in the form of lotions, salves, message oil and even lip balm. Topical CBD is applied directly to the skin. When CBD oil is applied to the skin, it does not enter the blood stream. Instead, it is absorbed by the CB2 receptors found in your skin and then activates the body's endocannabinoid system. We looked into the studies being done with CBD topicals as well as why many of our customers are choosing CBD topicals over other forms of CBD oil.
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Posted by Seth B on
Wounds are unpleasant, but we all have to deal with them at one time or another, whether it's an accidental cut in the kitchen, a scraped knee while playing basketball, or a bruise picked up from a clumsy moment at work or with friends. More severe wounds can create serious problems for us, by causing pain, making it difficult to move around, and even keeping us from accomplishing our daily responsibilities. However, what if there were a supplement we could take each day that would help us resist the minor aches and pains we sometimes get? What if that same...
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