How Does Topical CBD Help Pain and Inflammation? CBD Balm and Cream

CAN CBD BALM STOP PAIN? The skin absorbs and stores nutrients from what we put on it, including topical CBD balm and cream. A specific part of the body …


  1. Big fan of cannabis and it has helped me in many ways. But, 72mm rat joints? That converts to almost 3 inches. Never seen a rat with 3" joints….

  2. Just wonderful, I've been looking for "cbd lotion benefits" for a while now, and I think this has helped. Ever heard of – Tenayce Unconventional Transcendence – (do a search on google ) ? It is a smashing one of a kind product for discovering how to get rid of pain using CBD cream minus the headache. Ive heard some awesome things about it and my cousin got excellent success with it.

  3. Like always, your videos are very informative. I hope you cover some more popular topics like, CBD and Placebo, reasons why CBD might not be for you? Can we build Tolerance for CBD? However I would say this video could have been a bit more specific, a bit more detailed, probably needed some more info. Topicals are a great way for targeting specific locations in your body, we all know that. But is it good for beginners? is it good for pain or is a sublingual better method? If we are addressing just the pain than a topical might help you manage your pain better. But if we attribute our pain to the inflammation in our body, than a systemic method could be better. It would also great to address how Sublingual's Vs Topicals effect on people, drug interactions, people who get random drug tests. Typically people on prescriptions or conditions where sublingual might not be recommended by their Doctor, Topicals might be a method they can try after discussing it with them. Having helped a lot of customers in the last 3 years and hearing their stories on how CBD has helped them, we always have recommended a dual approach to address a lot of common conditions like Pain, Anxiety, Sleep etc. Its sensible to heal from the inside out rather than addressing something externally by itself. Having a combination of a Sublingual and a Topical might be a little high on your budget expense, but this method adds a primary and secondary method to address your condition in the best possible way. The benefits using this approach is far more effective than just using one method. It might sound like an upsell, but if we understand how these 2 methods get into your body, what they address, how fast they get into your system, how long they stay in your body, it would all make sense. A lot of times, just like you have mentioned in the past, we just don't realize how everything seems to be connected. Pain, Anxiety, Depression, Stress all might be conditions effecting our quality of Sleep also.

  4. I have used both for sore and tight shoulders from neck fusion. Couldn’t tell much difference in pain maybe some . I do think cream is best . Tried many kinds in the last 9 months.

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