Concentrated CBD Balm
Our Concentrated CBD Balm comes in a 1.5oz (42 grams) tin can containing 750mg of CBD mixed with frankincense and benzoin resins, beeswax, black pepper essential oil, and other organic oils. The threaded twist lid allows for easy opening and closing even for arthritic joints and sore hands.
- 1.5oz (42 grams) net weight
- Contains 750mg CBD per container
- Zero THC
- Third-party lab tested for purity and potency
- Made from hemp
- Easy-to-open threaded twist lid
- No gluten
- No phthalates
- No parabens
Other Ingredients: Organic Jojoba Seed Oil, Organic Coconut Oil, Castor Seed Oil, Yellow Beeswax.
Suggested use: Massage thoroughly onto the skin and repeat as desired.
About CBD Topicals
The CBD market is filled with CBD products designed for topical use. A quick search online for CBD topicals generates results for various CBD balms, CBD creams, CBD salves, CBD pain creams, CBD pain relief creams, and the like.
CBD is one of the prevalent cannabinoids found in rich quantities in the hemp plant and is famous for its many applications. Unlike delta-9 THC, it does not have any psychoactive properties and will not produce a mind-altering “high.”
CBD is available in tinctures, edibles, vapes, and now in topicals. Topical CBD products include CBD cream, CBD salve, CBD body lotion, hemp balm, and the like. They are designed to be applied to the skin and should not be ingested.
THC is the substance that is responsible for the psychoactive effect of marijuana. While some states allow the use of THC for recreational purposes, many states still prohibit it. The 2018 Farm Bill requires products to contain less than 0.3% THC to become federally legal.
CBD extract comes in two different types: full-spectrum CBD and broad-spectrum CBD. The two contain CBD and other cannabis compounds. However, the main difference lies in the presence of THC. Full-spectrum hemp extract contains all other cannabinoids and terpenes, including THC. Broad-spectrum hemp extract includes all other compounds in the cannabis plant except for THC.
Both are beneficial because they promote the entourage effect, a theory that the presence of other cannabinoids and terpenes enhances the benefits and functions of the prominent cannabinoid (THC or CBD). However, broad-spectrum CBD oil is usually used to produce THC-free products.
Organic Hemp-derived CBD
Hemp-derived products contain less than 0.3% THC and are federally legal. Marijuana-derived CBD products are prohibited by federal law but are explicitly legal according to some state laws. When you are buying cannabis products online, make sure to check the legality of cannabis products in your state or territory before making purchases.
The flagship CBD creams from the top CBD topical brands use organic CBD derived from hemp. The best CBD creams contain high-quality CBD extracted from GMP-certified hemp facilities. At CannaClear, we want our customers to get the best CBD topical products, and hence, we make sure to offer quality hemp-derived CBD products to our customers.
What are CBD Balms?
CBD balms are topical CBD products that contain CBD oil (CBD mixed in a carrier oil). There are diverse methods of extracting CBD from hemp to make CBD oils, and the most common is CO2 extraction. The CBD extract can be refined further to produce 99% pure CBD isolate. The isolate is mixed with a carrier oil then added to a balm.
Balms are topical skin care products that usually contain butter, wax, oil, and other natural ingredients. Balms are almost similar to creams, but they lack water. Most balms usually contain beeswax or shea butter. Balms offer a warming or cooling sensation depending on the ingredients present and may relieve muscle soreness.
Other organic ingredients in balms such as jojoba oil, camphor oil, and aloe vera help soothe sore muscles.
Potential Benefits and Uses
The scientific community is still in the early stage of exploring the potential health benefits of topical CBD concerning sore muscles, joint pain, chronic pain, and inflammation. Despite the prevalence of anecdotal evidence, we have to wait for further scientific investigation before making any conclusive statements on the pain relief benefits and anti-inflammatory properties of CBD.
How to Use
Distribute a small amount of the product on your hands. Rub the balm on your hands to make the product warm and soft. Doing this makes it easy to apply to the skin. Gently massage the balm to the desired area. Avoid using it on areas that have broken skin.
It is recommended to start with a low dose. Never apply too much balm initially. If you have sensitive skin, perform a patch test first and see how your skin reacts to the product. If it irritates your skin, discontinue use.
Make sure to follow instructions carefully on the packaging and do not exceed the recommended dose. If you have any skin conditions, speak to a healthcare professional before using CBD topical products.
Ingesting CBD products may cause specific side effects such as diarrhea, fatigue, fluctuations in appetite, and weight changes. Therefore, we recommend that you talk to your doctor if you want to try CBD products, especially if you are using prescription medications.
For topical products, you are unlikely to experience any of the side effects mentioned earlier. However, it is best to check the product’s ingredients and ensure that you are not allergic to any of them.
If you have any broken skin, do not apply the product directly to it. Before using the product on a large patch of skin, perform a patch test. If the product does not induce any allergic reaction, you can safely apply it to other areas of your skin.
The patch test is simple. Take a small amount of the balm and place it on your wrist. Monitor how your skin responds within 24 hours. If the product causes any signs of irritation, redness, or itchiness, discontinue use.
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At CannaClear, we offer CBD products sourced from quality hemp. The products are tested at third-party labs for your quality and potency, and we guarantee that our products are safe and effective.