What are the benefits of CBD topicals?
CBD (cannabidiol) has potential therapeutic benefits for skin irritations due to its anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. Here are some ways CBD may help with skin irritations:
Reducing inflammation: CBD has been found to have anti-inflammatory effects, which can help to reduce inflammation associated with skin irritations such as eczema, psoriasis, and acne.
Soothing irritation: CBD may also have a soothing effect on irritated skin, which can help to relieve itching, burning, and other uncomfortable sensations.
Moisturizing: CBD has moisturizing properties that can help to hydrate dry and damaged skin, which can be beneficial for conditions such as eczema and psoriasis.
Fighting free radicals: CBD has antioxidant properties, which can help to neutralize free radicals and prevent damage to the skin cells.
Antibacterial and antifungal properties: CBD has been found to have potential antibacterial and antifungal properties, which could potentially help to prevent and treat skin infections.
What ways can I take CBD?
CBD can be taken in a variety of ways like in an oil, edible, capsules, or topical form.
Where does your CBD come from?
Our CBD is extracted from organic, non-GMO, industrialized hemp stalks. All industrialized hemp is grown on a farm in North America.
Are there any preservatives in your CBD?
There are no preservatives, pesticides, or heavy metals in our CBD. We provide third-party lab testing (Certificate of Analysis) online for the CBD that we use to manufacture our products.
What is the difference between CBD isolate, Broad Spectrum CBD, and Full Spectrum CBD?
CBD isolate contains only CBD and no other compounds, while broad spectrum CBD contains multiple compounds but no THC, and full spectrum CBD contains multiple compounds, including THC in small amounts. The choice of which type of CBD product to use may depend on individual preferences and goals, as well as personal and legal considerations.
What is the shelf life of your CBD?
Depending on the product, shelf life can vary between 6-12 months.
How long can CBD remain in your bloodstream?
CBD can remain in your blood system for up to four to six hours.
Can I travel with CBD?
If you are travelling domestically, you may travel with CBD. Please check the laws in the country of travel to be sure you are able to travel there with CBD.
Can I mix CBD with other medication?
It is highly recommended to consult your physician before using CBD with other medications.
What would happen if I took too much CBD?
If you have taken too much CBD, you will feel lethargic and may have an upset stomach or diarrhea.
What happens if I get an allergic reaction on my skin from the CBD?
You should always do a test patch with any CBD topical before applying to larger areas of the skin. If you see hives or an allergic reaction occurring with the CBD topical, discontinue use.
What is the difference between a salve and a balm?
While the terms “balm” and “salve” are often used interchangeably, balms tend to be thicker and waxier, while salves are typically softer and more oily. Both can be effective for soothing and moisturizing the skin and providing therapeutic benefits, depending on the ingredients used.
Can I use a CBD topical on open cuts or wounds?
No, it is highly advised to not use CBD topicals on open cuts and wounds because these products contain ingredients like essential oils which can cause more harm.
Can I use CBD topicals on my pet?
No, it is highly advised not to use a human CBD topical on your pet because there are ingredients like essentials oils that may cause harm to your pet when licked or applied to a sensitive area of skin.