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CBD Balm

CBD Balm’s are topical products that contain cannabidiol. These products can be used for many different purposes. Our CBD balms are full spectrum, meaning that they contain all compounds found naturally in the hemp plant, leaving a true reflection of the plant. Don’t worry, this won’t get you “high” because we maintain THC to legally permissible levels of less than 0.2%, and with less than 1mg THC per container.

How might CBD balm benefit my body?

These products are an excellent choice for those who want to target specific body areas instead of achieving a more systemic effect.

CBD balms often contain natural ingredients such as shea butter, olive oil and hemp oil. Balms placed on the skin are absorbed into the bloodstream, so wouldn’t it make sense to keep all the components of the balm as natural as possible?

CBD Balms are particularly popular with athletes because they can use them to treat particular issues with muscles or joints.

What Is CBD muscle balm?

CBD muscle balm is a topical treatment that contains cannabidiol and other cannabinoids. It can be used as a calming balm to soothe, moisturise and nourish your skin and muscles, aiding recovery from daily strain.

Can CBD balm help with my skin issues?

Many users have claimed that CBD creams are beneficial for many skin issues or skin conditions such as rashes, eczema and even skin scarring. The American Academy of Dermatology Association (AAD) says that the anti-inflammatory properties of CBD may aid treatment for acne, psoriasis, and eczema.

Is Your CBD balm full spectrum?

Yes, our CBD balm is full spectrum, which means that it contains all beneficial compounds naturally found in the hemp plant. We ensure that due to lab testing, our CBD Balm contains legally passable amounts of THC

How do I use CBD balm?

To use CBD balm you simply need to rub it on your body by gently massaging the troubled area. To aid absorption, gently warm the area of skin beforehand.

How much CBD is absorbed through the skin?

For localised issues in the skin, muscles and joints, CBD is often used as a topical rather than an ingestible oil. It is not uncommon that CBD enters the bloodstream if large amounts of balm are applied to the skin.

How Much CBD Balm Should I Apply?

CBD topicals can be applied directly to the affected area. The exact amount of CBD balm you will need to apply depends on you, as no two people will require the exact same dose.