CBD Balms for pain relief. Are CBD balms the solution for topical pain relief?

CBD Balms for pain relief? Do they live up to the hype?

If you arrived here; it’s likely you are dealing with some level of pain that stems from
one condition or another. Maybe you have experienced relief in the past from usage of CBD based products; or perhaps you are on the fence, due to the stigma that’s attached to anything related to Cannabis.

What are people saying?

Many have found relief of pain with CBD balms and maybe you have heard stories about CBD balms for arthritis, or how CBD balms for muscle recovery are gaining traction in the fitness world. One of my favorite uses is on problem areas before gym activities. It feels great every time a triathlete using CBD balms made by us sends a referral our way. The most common theme is that CBD Topicals help with muscle recovery. Another common scenario is CBD for arthritic conditions. 

We believe in our product.

As a producer of these products it’s obvious that Exalted Naturals believes that they are beneficial and can help with an array of conditions that range from sore muscles and joints; to soothing sunburns and beyond.  
(Exalted Naturals CBD Balm 600 mg in cooling Mint Eucalyptus)

So do they work? 

We are not able to make any claims about the effectiveness of these products since they are not FDA regulated, please note that these rules are in place for a reason. If there were no rules; you could call anything medicine and some people may even avoid seeking proper medical care based on promises made by people that were simply out to make a buck. 

Always seek the proper medical attention before anything else. What we do know is there are many who report relief from pain and beyond. 

CBD vs NSAID pain relievers:

OK so you have been dealing with arthritis and you are on NSAID pain relievers, you friend told you they have tried a new CBD cream and not only did it relieve some joint pain, now they are taking a couple less pills per day. This would surely be beneficial and not harmful, maybe you could even reduce the intake of even stronger pain relievers! I myself use these balms for recovery after exercise or hard work days. My knees and shoulders are the areas I target and have found amazing relief and they almost seem to speed recovery. It also feels great to receive positive feedback from others who have tried these balms and have had positive results.

Breaking the stigma:

CBD is extracted from either Hemp or from whats most commonly known as Marijuana. Both plants contain CBD so it does not matter which plant it’s extracted from; the main difference is that Hemp CBD will usually contain 0.3 percent THC which is a trace amount and considered legal; while CBD that’s extracted from Marijuana will typically contain a psychoactive amount of THC and is only allowed in states where medical Marijuana is legal.  

What kind of CBD is THC free?

We use Broad Spectrum Hemp Distillate; not only is it legal, it’s also 0% THC which makes it approachable by those concerned with the trace amount of THC. The CBD Distillate we use is Organically Grown and Lab Tested and is from Oregon or California Hemp. Its extracted by food grade ethanol which is essentially the kind of alcohol people drink but in a stronger form, so there are no hexanes or other scary chemicals. You can rest easy and maybe you can reduce pain and even the amount of pain relievers you need, without having to worry about a dirty drug test. Maybe it’s worth a try?
 

FDA DISCLOSURE

The statements made regarding these products have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. The efficacy of these products has not been confirmed by FDA-approved research. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. All information presented here is not meant as a substitute for or alternative to information from health care practitioners. Please consult your health care professional about potential interactions or other possible complications before using any product. The Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act requires this notice.


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