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Our Topical Bundle includes the following:
- Qty 1 x CBD Balm – 150mg
- Qty 1 x Muscle & Joint CBD Hemp Cream – 500mg
Grapeseed oil, Beeswax, Lavender flower oil, Vitamin E, Sunflower seed oil, organic shea butter, organic jojoba seed oil, Rosehip Seed Oil, Meadowfoam seed oil, Organic Calendula flower extract, Organic olive fruit oil, Tea Tree leaf oil, Roman Chamomile flower oil, German chamomile flower oil, CBD rich hemp oil.
RECOMMENDED USE »
Apply a small amount to affected area and rub in. Repeat every 4-6 hours.
This product can only be used topically. Keep away from the eyes.
Though they share the same source plant family (cannabis), there is a huge difference between CBD and THC — both in the effect they have, as well as the way they chemically interact with your body. Until recently, CBD was somewhat stigmatized and not taken seriously as a potential medically therapeutic agent due to its chemical proximity to THC (the chemical that creates an intoxicating “high”). Now that those barriers are coming down, CBD is finally being scientifically explored in full for the first time. When it comes to CBD vs. THC, let’s set the record straight once and for all.
Cannabidiol (CBD) Facts
- CBD does not get you “high” (non-intoxicating)
- Comes from hemp or cannabis plants
- Is being studied for potential anti-seizure and anti-inflammatory properties
- Indirectly interacts with CB1 and CB2 cannabinoid receptors
- CBD is totally legal to buy and own in all 50 states
How Does CBD Work?
As we stated earlier, your body already has a wildly complex endocannabinoid system that affects several different areas and functions. That system is rife with “receptors,” sites that await cannabinoid molecules presence. When the cannabinoid nears, the receptor will bind it to itself, creating a sophisticated chemical interaction that modern science is only just beginning to scratch the surface of understanding.
Unlike its sister molecule THC, CBD does not make you feel high — but don’t think that a lack of psychoactive or intoxicating effects means that nothing is occurring. On the contrary, it’s very clear that there are many chemical responses that occur when CBD binds to those cannabinoid receptors. That being said, the endocannabinoid system is ubiquitous in the human body, affecting nearly all major functions in some way (especially homeostatic regulation). Because of this, it’s quite a task to discern everything that CBD does, precisely, when the binding occurs. That’s where the research is at right now: trying to solve that very mystery.