SOOTHING SORE MUSCLES AND JOINTS

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INTRODUCING

CBD

3RD PARTY TESTING

Our products are sent to an independent laboratory for testing and inspection. The results obtained from testing can be viewed by scanning the QR code that is placed on each of our products. Utilizing a third party testing facility allows us to easily validate the superiority and purity of our products.

HERBS

  • St John's Wort:  Anti-inflammatory, astringent, and antimicrobial actions make it a powerful aid for wounds, bruises, burns, sprains, and muscle pain. SJW calms pain, swelling, and inflammation associated with many injuries that affect the skin and muscles. SJW helps soothe damaged nerves and can even restore and repair nerve sensation in nerve damaged by traumatic injury or other causes. 
  • Comfrey:  Known as a wound healer, treats sprains, swellings, and bruises. Comfrey is also used in a wide variety of cosmetics and is considered an anti-inflammatory ally in dealing with troubled skin. The key constituent in comfrey, allantoin, stimulates tissue repair and cell proliferation. 
  • Yarrow: Antiseptic and styptic (stops bleeding), also antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, astringent, and analgesic. It is used to soothe swelling and pain in wounds by regulating blood flow to and from the skin’s surface. Yarrow can be applied to both old and new bruises to reduce discoloration.
  • Arnica: Anti-inflammatory, analgesic and vulnerary herb used to ease pain, inflammation, swelling, and bruising associated with injuries such as fractures, sprains, contusions. It is renowned for soothing muscular pain from overexertion and is considered an invaluable ally for athletes or anyone else who puts in a hard day's work. 
  • Red Pepper (cayenne): Externally cayenne is used for a variety of issues involving pain and inflammation. When applied topically, it mitigates the sensation of pain temporarily and increases circulation.

NON-HERBS

  • Magnesium Chloride: A form of magnesium that muscles and reduce pain
  • Menthol: Used to provide temporary relief from pain and inflammation

OIL's

  • Ginger: analgesic and increases circulation
  • Clove: analgesic and anti-microbial
  • Cinnamon Leaf: increases circulation and has a warming effect on the skin

EDUCATION

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