The perfect CBD muscle balm for after a workout, or to help with chronic or acute pain. We packed this CBD salve for pain with herbs known for their ability to help minimize discomfort and inflammation. Apply to your problem areas and feel the cool sensation of menthol crystals as the CBD and herbs absorb through your skin to take action.
Say goodbye to aches and pains and hello to your new favorite CBD ointment for pain!
Why Choose the Full Spectrum CBD Muscle Balm for Pain Management:
Our CBD muscle balm has 1,000 milligrams of CBD. That’s a lot of CBD for your sore and tired muscles. There’s more to the CBD pain salve than CBD, though. We hand-selected the finest ingredients to aid in your relief.
You’ll find several organic herbs packed into this 2 oz container. Turmeric for swelling and sore muscles, comfrey for swollen joints or muscles, menthol crystals for pain relief, and nettle leaf for pain relief and increased mobility. That’s just to name a few.
Overall, you’ll find the combinations of herbs and CBD to be the perfect mix for alleviating any discomfort you’re experiencing due to a number of causes. Best of all, you only apply the balm where you need it, targeting where it takes effect.
1,000 mg Full Spectrum CBD, Coconut oil, Hemp oil, Jojoba oil, Carnauba wax, Candelilla wax, Nettle leaf, Comfrey leaf, Ashwagandha root, Chia oil (source of Omega 3), Menthol crystals, Camphor oil, Peppermint oil, Birch oil, Clove stem oil, Eucalyptus oil, Arnica Oil, Juniper Berry oil, Boswellia serrata (Indian Frankincense) oil, Ginger root oil, Turmeric oil, 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 skin care products are totally vegan and cruelty-free. We’d never test on our animal friends!
A third party lab tests every batch for purity.
CBD Legal States:
You may be wondering if a CBD topical with THC is legal where you live. Never fear, in 2018, every state in America legalized CBD with less than 0.3% THC. We ensure each of our products is below the legal limits. So you can apply the CBD salve for pain anywhere across the country. Take it on a road trip and use it in every state, you’ll always be within the confines of the law!
Planning on traveling by air? Not a worry! FSA has approved hemp derived CBD with 0.0% THC for flights. You’ll find all of our isolates, dual isolates, and pure series formulas have 0.0% THC. So, there’s always an option for you!
- Scoop a dollop of the salve with your finger or an applicator device
- Apply a small amount to the area of concern
- Rub the ointment thoroughly into your skin with gentle strokes
- Try to keep the area protected while the salve absorbs, so it doesn’t wipe off
How to Use the CBD Muscle Balm:
This full spectrum formula is a CBD topical with the full spectrum of cannabinoids, allowing the entourage effect to occur. By allowing all of the cannabinoids to work together, a synergistic effect increases the potency of the benefits.
To take advantage of our CBD ointment for pain, determine what areas of concern need addressing. Once you know where you want to feel the effects, you can directly target them with the CBD balm. Use a finger or applicator device to scoop a small amount of the ointment out of the container. Apply the salve to the desired area gently.
You don’t need a lot of this potent balm for it to work! So start with a little and use more as needed. Make sure you rub the balm completely in. You should only apply to skin areas. While the balm is 100% organic and made from edible ingredients, the wax and oils may upset your stomach. In addition, sensitive areas like your eyes may be irritated if the ointment gets in them. It’s best if you stick to applying the balm to your skin. If you’re looking for something you can take internally, try a vape CBD oil, one of our full spectrum CBD oils or our CBD oil capsules.
How Does the CBD Salve Work?
The CBD salve for pain absorbs through your skin layers, taking effect through the cannabinoid receptors in your endocannabinoid system. CBD is well known for it’s ability to help minimize inflammation and address pain. These are some of the most commonly reported uses of the cannabinoid. When you apply the balm to an afflicted area, the CBD starts sending signals to your body to stop producing swelling and pain.
CBD has such potent anti inflammatory properties that the cannabinoid was 20 times stronger than aspirin in a study. NSAIDs like aspirin are the most common first line of treatment physicians recommend for treating swelling. So, having a balm that’s 20 times stronger than the most common inflammation treatment option can provide quite the punch!
What About the Other Ingredients?
The CBD ointment for pain has 1,000 milligrams of CBD. That’s a lot of cannabidiol, but that’s not all the salve provides. To provide additional relief, we selected a wide variety of herbs and oils known for their ability to help with different forms of inflammation of pain. Tumeric, comfrey leaf, Ashwagandha, chia seed oil, juniper berry, Boswellia serrata, and ginger all can aid in inflammation relief. Menthol crystals may work better than ice to reduce swelling and pain from an acute injury or a chronic issue. Nettle lead may be able to minimize pain and increase joint mobility! While peppermint oil helps relieve the body of pain.
Comfrey isn’t just for inflammation, though. It also helps with sore muscles, sprains, contusions, strains, and sports injuries. Menthol crystals are particularly helpful for pain after a workout, but they work on general pain as well. Ashwagandha may boost your immune system, allowing your injuries to heal faster, and arnica is a popular oil for bruises and pain.
The full spectrum CBD ointment for pain has a wide variety of benefits, from CBD to herbal relief. You’ll find that even the herbs and oils in the salve can help with pain management and inflammation. Don’t take our word for it though, check out the research!
CBD Salve for Pain & Inflammation –
There’s a plethora of research into the anti inflammatory and pain-relieving properties of CBD. A review of this research showed that CBD consistently results in a reduction of swelling and oxidative stress. The analysis pointed to CBD’s ability to address both internal and external forms of inflammation. So, the cannabinoid can help with swelling from pain, injuries, or intestinal issues. Take your pick!
An animal study on CBD looked to topical applications to determine the compound’s efficacy. The participants experienced a reduction in inflammation through the topical administration of cannabidiol. The researchers also observed reductions in pain levels.
In a human study for a CBD ointment for pain, the cannabinoid improved hydration levels of the skin and ASI, PASI, and SCORPAD scores. These are different systems for measuring inflammation in skin conditions. Improved ASI, PASI, and SCORPAD ratings indicate a decrease in swelling. The study concluded that CBD could help with conditions such as psoriasis and eczema.
On the flip side to inflammation is pain, one of the most common uses for CBD. There’s a lot of research on analgesic effects of CBD, and the results are consistent according to a review. The analysis concluded CBD can help with several types of pain from chronic to neuropathic to central pain states. Overall, we see a trend in CBD lowering or eliminating pain in people who use it regularly.
CBD Topical with Herbs –
We selected each oil and herb for their ability to help you feel better.
Tumeric is well known for its anti inflammatory properties. You may have seen a turmeric smoothie or similar such recipe for addressing swelling. A study into the herb confirmed the plant’s ability to treat inflammation. The study also noted turmeric’s improvements in oxidative stress, muscle awareness, workout recovery times, and pain from arthritis.
Comfrey leaf can help with inflammation, swollen joints, and muscles, according to a study. The scientist also saw improvement in pain from sprains, contusions, strains, and sports injuries. Ashwagandha can help with inflammation and provide a boost to your immune system, according to a study. This points to the ability to reduce swelling from injury while assisting that injury heal.
Chia seeds provide omega 3s and may reduce pain and inflammation. The seeds were useful in a study on obese and non-obese rats. A study on juniper berries confirmed their ability to treat conditions related to swelling. A study on Boswellia serrata showed the plant’s ability to help with multiple types of inflammation.
Menthol crystals are more effective at treating pain and inflammation, according to a study. The researchers noted the effects specifically helpful for delayed onset muscle pain, a common reaction to physical activities you aren’t used to performing. They suggested these effects of menthol aren’t limited by pain type. Meanwhile, a study into nettle leaf showed evidence that the plant can address inflammation and improve joint mobility, great news for those with arthritic types of pain!
Finally, peppermint oil can help with inflammation and anxiety, according to this study!