Contains 50mg full spectrum hemp extract in a 4 oz bottle. Apply liberally and repeat as needed.
Mary’s Hemp Massage Oil is designed to hydrate and rejuvenate your skin while easing the inevitable aches and pains of an active lifestyle. The unscented, all-natural formulation of Mary’s Hemp Massage Oil also includes Sunflower Seed Oil which helps retain moisture, Rice Bran Oil which helps provide smooth spreadability, and Grapeseed Oil which is high in linoleic acid and has regenerative and moisturizing properties. Excellent for full body use.
Ingredients: Soothing Touch Nut-Free Massage Oil (High Oleic Expeller Pressed Sunflower Seed oil, Rice Bran oil, Grapeseed oil, Tocopherol), Full Spectrum Activated Hemp Extract. ct.
(from Mary's Nutritionals website)
“As a massage therapist, it’s no surprise that my upper body (especially my hands!) are sore at the end of the day. Working with Mary’s Hemp Massage Oil has been great in helping to proactively ease that soreness.” – Robin, 32
“We’ve transitioned to using Mary’s Hemp Massage Oil exclusively at my spa because so many of our clients have allergies. We love that fact that it is nut free, vegan, paraben free and gluten free.” – Brad, 42
“I live in Colorado, which as most people know, is super dry. My skin is always in need of a moisturizer and most lotions don’t do the trick. Mary’s Hemp Massage Oil is my new favorite body oil!” – Eliza, 25
How Does CBD Work Topically?
The human body contains an endocannabinoid system which is involved in “a host of homeostatic and physiologic functions, including modulation of pain and inflammation,” according to the article "The Endocannabinoid System, Cannabinoids, and Pain,” posted on the National Institutes of Health's website.
CBD is an endocannabinoid that binds to cannabinoid receptors within the central nervous system. The endocannabinoid system has receptors such as CB1 and CB2 and are in every organ including the skin. The endocannabinoid system modulates inflammation and pain in part because inflammation may also cause pain.
CBD binds to a TRPV1 receptor, which in turn has a positive influence on the CB1 and CB2 receptors, which a second way CBD indirectly mitigates pain, as discussed in Cannabis & Chronic Pain Management and other sources