The Pain & Inflammation CBD Balm with CBG allows you to target your problem areas directly. It’s great if you need help mitigating the swelling and pain from an injury. Those with chronic pain and inflammation can use the balm to help your problem areas experience relief. While all CBD can help manage pain, controlling where the cannabinoid takes effect ensures you get the alleviation you’re seeking.
Why Choose the Pain & Inflammation CBD Balm with CBG:
What makes this CBD balm for pain special is it has extra CBG to help tackle inflammation. Research has shown that both of these cannabinoids can help relieve swelling. By working together, the CBD and CBG can help battle inflammation from multiple sides. If you’re looking for a topical anti inflammatory, this is the balm for you. It’s packed full of hand-selected, organic ingredients like arnica, known for its ability to help with muscle pain and bruising.
Each of the included herbs, oils, and waxes serves a purpose. They provide benefits such as aiding in the battle against inflammation, assisting with skin injuries, revitalizing the skin, and managing pain. Sore muscles will be grateful for the relief CBD topicals support.
Your skin will feel softer and your pain more at ease. Whether you just experienced an injury, are feeling a bit swollen, or have chronic aches, this CBG and CBD Balm for pain can help.
300mg Full Spectrum CBD, 50mg CBG, Coconut Oil, Hemp Oil, Jojoba Oil, Carnauba Wax, Candelilla Wax, Comfrey Leaf, Helichrysum, Calendula Flower, Passion Flower, Ashwagandha Root, Chia Seed Oil (Source of Omega 3), Juniper Berry, Boswellia Serrata (India Frankincense), Arnica Oil, Yarrow, Clove Stem Oil, Goldenrod, Ginger Root, Turmeric, Vitamin E oil
Our Promise to You:
Made from 100% organic, raw, non-GMO hemp plants grown on select farms throughout the US.
No herbicides, pesticides, or chemical fertilizers used.
All of our CBD topicals are totally vegan and cruelty-free. We’d never test these products on our animal friends!
A third party lab tests every batch for purity.
CBD Legal States:
You may be wondering if the balm is legal throughout the country like your typical topical NSAID? Fortunately, in 2018 CBD was legalized all across the country. So, you can rest assured using our CBD topicals that you’re safely following the law.
While CBD with less than 0.3% THC is legal across the country, what does the FSA say about flying with CBD?
As long as your CBD topicals or other such products contain 0.0% THC, they are approved by the FSA for air travel.
- Use a finger or applicator device to grab a dollop of the CBD balm
- Apply to area of concern
- Rub the ointment in gently till its spread evenly across the target area
- Feel the balm take effect
- Protect it from rubbing off
How to Use the Pain & Inflammation CBD Balm with CBG:
If you’re looking for CBD for tendonitis or other painful swelling conditions, we formulated our balm with you in mind. CBD, CBG, comfrey leaves, yarrow, turmeric, ginger root, and clove stem oil work together to help reduce swelling and ease the pain. It’s easy to take advantage of all of the benefits the CBD balm for pain has to offer, just follow our instructions and let us know if you need help.
You can apply the balm to any area you’re feeling pain or experiencing swelling. It’s common for people to apply it to a sore neck or back, but you can also use it on an ankle swollen from falling. The great thing about our CBD topicals is they directly target any area of concern you apply them to.
Once you know where you need the CBD balm, it’s time to apply! Use your finger to take out a small portion of the balm and apply it to the affected area. You may feel a cooling sensation as you gently rub the CBD salve into your skin. If you’re using the CBD for tendonitis, or other acute injuries, make sure you’re also seeing a medical provider for proper care. While our CBD topicals can help relieve your pain, they can’t set a broken bone. So, take advantage of the benefits of CBD and the skills of your physician when needed.
How Does the CBD Balm Work?
Cannabinoids can be ingested, smoked, vaped, or used topically. They absorb through your epidermis (skin), affecting the targeted area with their long list of benefits. If you’ve ever used a topical NSAID, these balms work similarly. Since CBD and CBG are both said to have inflammation fighting properties, the ointment works the same as a topical anti inflammatory. The great thing about the balm is it’s 100% organic, and the ingredients lack adverse side effects common to inflammatory medications.
CBD and CBG aren’t just good at fighting off bloating and swelling, though. They can also help manage pain! It’s prevalent for these cannabinoids to be used by people to rid themselves of their pain. The compounds have also shown pain-relieving capacities in recent studies. Overall, they’re an excellent option for mitigating pain.
What About the Other Ingredients?
Every ingredient in the topical anti inflammatory and pain management ointment serves a purpose. They either help to preserve or heal your skin, reduce swelling, or minimize pain.
If you’re using CBD for tendonitis or other issues of edema (swelling), you’ll be thrilled to learn that CBD isn’t the only ingredient in this salve that battles inflammation. Turmeric is probably the most well known of the herbs used for its ability to reduce edema. In addition, you may be familiar with the inflammatory reducing properties of comfrey. You may be less aware of the benefits of helichrysum, calendula flower, passionflower, Ashwagandha root, Boswellia serrata, clove stem oil, goldenrod, and ginger root. Research shows that each of these herbs can help reduce swelling.
Minimizing swelling isn’t the only benefit these herbs have to offer, though. One of the most common uses of clove stem oil, for instance, is to help with pain. Goldenrod is also known for analgesic like properties. Meanwhile, calendula and goldenrod are supposed to be helpful for rashes and other skin irritations. Arnica is a very well known oil that can help with pain and reduce bruising. You’ll find passionflower can help with burns, and comfrey leaf is said to aid in skin healing.
Each herb carries a toolbox full of benefits to aid in your relief. So you see, it’s not just CBD for tendonitis. It’s CBD, CBG, and some 20 other herbs all picked for their ability to help with swollen tendons, muscles, and whatever else you need.
If you’re going to use CBD for tendonitis, a sprain, or your aches and pains, it’s good to know the science behind how it works! Our CBD balm for pain is packed full of ingredients researched for their ability to work as a topical anti-inflammatory and to reduce pain.
CBD Balm for Pain and Inflammation –
In an animal study, the topical administration of CBD reduced inflammation and helped target pain. Monitoring of the animals showed swelling levels went down, and pain dissipated. Based on this evidence, the researchers concluded that topical CBD application is an effective topical anti inflammatory. They also noted a reduction in hypersensitivity in response to the cannabinoid.
A review of current research on CBD and inflammation showed continuous evidence of the cannabinoid’s reduction of inflammation and oxidative stress. While that review looked at more internal forms of swelling, CBD can also help with inflammatory skin conditions. A study into these effects showed that cannabidiol improves hydration levels of the skin and ASI, PASI, and SCORAD scores (systems for measuring inflammatory skin conditions). The results proved CBD to be helpful with conditions such as psoriasis and eczema.
In a review focused on CBD and pain management, the compound showed pain-reducing benefits. The analysis focused on chronic pain and neuropathic and central pain states, proving the cannabinoid can help even the hardest types of pain to manage.
CBG for Inflammation and Pain –
CBG provides additional anti-inflammatory properties to reduce swelling from injuries or chronic pain. Several studies into the cannabinoid have concluded that CBG reduces inflammation throughout the body.
Herbs Just for Inflammation –
Comfrey leaf has a long history of medicinal uses recently supported by a review of randomized clinical studies on the herb. The research specifically focused on the herbs treatment of swollen joints and muscles, degenerative cases of arthritis, acute pain from sprains, contusions, strains, and sports injuries.
When the chemical composition of the helichrysum was studied, the plant showed anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial properties. This points to its ability to help injuries and skin lesions heal while reducing swelling.
Similarly, research into calendula flowers provided evidence for their ability to fight inflammation. The results showed the flower’s anti-inflammatory properties are potent. Research into passion flowers has provided proof that they, too, can help reduce swelling!
Herbs with Multiple Benefits –
Meanwhile, Ashwagandha not only helps with inflammation but also boosts the immune system — improving injury healing, according to the research. Chia seed oil reduced pain and inflammation in both obese and non-obese rats with arthritis in a recent study. Juniper berries show varying potencies of anti-inflammatory properties, according to a review on the plant. In contrast to Boswellia serrata, which, according to research, has several different types of anti-inflammatory properties, allowing the plant to battle swelling in multiple forms.
Research into yarrow has confirmed the long-held belief that the plant helps eliminate swelling while reducing muscle spasms and pain. According to a review, clove stem oil helps manage swelling through the reduction of oxidative stress. Another plant with multiple benefits, according to the research, is goldenrod. It helps heal skin irritations, eliminate swelling, and reduce pain.
Ginger provides another attack on your swelling. Research in the herb shows it’s a potent anti-inflammatory. A study backs up the long-held belief that turmeric can reduce internal and external swelling from chronic conditions like arthritis or acute injuries like a sprain.