Demand this luxurious CBD Massage Oil infused with 250mg CBD, essential oils, and a organic Apricot oil base. This has been called "the most incredible massage experience ever."
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As a Masseuse: Using a CBD infused oil when doing any muscle work not only creates a longer lasting benefit for your client, but also benefits your own wrists and joints, and allows you to enjoy a longer and more enjoyable career. Many therapists are seeing an increase in repeat customers.
Ingredients: Apricot Oil, Lavender, Valerian Root, Chamomille, Arnica, Calendula, Sunflower Lecithin, Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Baobab Oil, CBD.
CBD Content: 250mg CBD/250ml
Main Herbal Ingredient: Apricot kernel oil possesses many therapeutic properties which make it suitable for its various uses.
Emollient – Apricot seed oil is a brilliant emollient ( moisturizer ). Anti-Inflammatory – It reduces inflammation when applied topically or when ingested. Anti-Aging – It provides nutrition and support to the skin so that aging is reduced. Anti-Bacterial – This effect is made use of to treat clothes and other products to keep bacteria away. Anti-Septic – reduces risk of infection in open wounds and cuts. Antioxidant – prevents the skin from damage by free radicals. Apricot kernel oil is good for people with sensitive skin. It is nonirritant and soothing for the skin.
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