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  • Is CBD Addictive?

    The short answer is no. CBD itself is not addictive and has a low likelihood of producing tolerance or physical dependence. This is especially notable compared to prescription analgesics or anti-anxiety medications like opioids or benzodiazepine drugs.

  • How Does CBD Work For So Many Health Conditions?

    The list of benefits associated with CBD is very long. Our database contains over 55 individual health benefits alone. We’re much more skeptical than other sources who often cite more than 100 separate benefits — many of which are loosely based on fact. So how is it that CBD has so many benefits? The answer […]

  • How Does CBD Work For Pain?

    CBD blocks pain by inhibiting the inflammatory process, regulating pain receptors, and promoting faster recovery of damaged tissue. The effects of CBD on pain are fast-acting, usually taking effect within 45 minutes of using it (faster for vaped or smoked CBD products), and last for around 4 to 6 hours. The more you use CBD, […]

  • What Are the Benefits of CBD?

    CBD has many well-documented health benefits. Most of its effects come from its ability to interact with the endocannabinoid system (ECS) — which is made up of a series of receptors spread throughout the body. Other benefits stem from CBD’s impact on cell regeneration and neurotransmitters such as serotonin and dopamine. The primary benefits of […]

  • Is CBD good for arthritis?

    A 2017 study found that CBD might be a safe and useful treatment option for joint pain associated with osteoarthritis. A 2016 study found that the topical application of CBD had the potential to relieve pain and inflammation associated with arthritis.

  • Can you put CBD cream on your neck?

    CBD is available in many forms; topical creams and gels have shown promising results for inflammation and neuropathy, which may make them a good option for back and neck pain.

  • How does CBD balm relieve pain?

    CBD cream bypasses the CB1 and CB2 receptors and heads straight for a neurotransmitter middleman that blocks signals for pain and itch by working through agents called anandamide and 2-AG. Sidestepping the CB1 and CB2 receptors means that CBD can mute pain without the high sensation delivered by THC

  • What would you use CBD balm for?

    Key CBD balm benefits The organic essential oils that form the balm base have additional skin softening and soothing actions to ease dry, chapped areas. Applying a topical joint cream or gel after a warm bath or shower, or after exertion, helps it sink in quickly.

  • How do you use CBD healing balm?

    You can apply CBD balm directly to the area you want to treat, like a sore, stiff muscle or joint. For topically treating a skin condition like acne, eczema, or psoriasis, consider other types of CBD topicals like lotions or creams. Balms have a thick, heavy consistency that may not work as well for skin […]