KANNDELA® CBD Balm
NOW. THAT'S. THE. BALM!
Full Spectrum | Fully Organic
NET WT. 1OZ
250MG Total Hemp Extract
– NOW.THAT.IS.THE.BALM! –
KANNDELA® CBD BALM – The best way to way to heal from no pain, no gain! This high-end balm is ideal for dry skin and is a treat to put on before bedtime. This balm can be used as a head-to-toe-moisturizer and is intended to create a sense of calm. As the name suggests, it’s intended for sore muscles, after a nice workout or day of training. But, that’s not all! It can also be used for general relaxation. The balm offers alternating warming and cooling sensations.
KANNDELA® CBD Balm works locally on specific parts of the body, potentially helping soothe pain on areas such as joints or particular muscles. CBD gets absorbed by the skin and doesn’t enter the bloodstream. As such, the balm affects the body similarly to over-the-counter topical creams to relieve pain for a certain amount of time. KANNDELA® Balm interacts with the high concentration of cannabinoid receptors in the skin. These receptors are part of the body’s endocannabinoid system, which is responsible for maintaining homeostasis across many bodily functions, including pain management.
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Balms are intended to be applied as you would a normal moisturizer — gently massage it into the area you’re treating and add more as needed.But in general, dosage depends on a number of factors, including your experience with CBD products, your body weight, the potency of the product, and the condition you’re treating. In addition to helping with physical pain, CBD balms may be beneficial for certain skin conditions.
- Organic MCT oil
- Organic calendula
- Organic St. John’s wort
- Organic comfrey root
- Organic arnica
- Organic beeswax
- Organic cocoa butter
- Organic bitter orange
- Organic cajeput
- Organic lemongrass essential oil
- Organic lavender essential oil
- Full-spectrum hemp extract.
What is CBD Balm?
CBD balms are often thick, almost solid, and waxy. They’re different from CBD salves, which tend to be a bit softer than balms.
Both salves and balms tend to use fatty oils and waxes as base ingredients, while creams and lotions typically use water. Balms are a concentrated product, making them a great go-to choice for pain relief.
What does CBD Balm Do?
CBD balms, like other CBD topicals, are intended to be used directly on your skin. They’re meant to apply relief to a specific area.
Studies on topicals suggest that skin absorbency is pretty weak compared with other mucous membranes. That means when applying a topical product, it’s best to select one with a high level of CBD and apply it liberally.
You can try CBD balms for a variety of uses.
Applying CBD products that offer extra pain-relieving ingredients like menthol, camphor and capsaicin may deliver even more therapeutic effects to the applied areas.
In addition to helping with physical pain, CBD balms may be beneficial for certain skin conditions.
In fact, the American Academy of Dermatology mentions that topical CBD products show potential for reducing inflammation that can contribute to acne, eczema, and psoriasis.
There’s mounting evidence that suggests topical CBD products, like balms, can help with a range of pain issues like:
- Arthritis-related pain. A 2015 study Trusted Source performed on rats discovered that CBD gel applied to the skin significantly lowered joint swelling.
- Nerve pain. A small 2020 study Trusted Source examined topical CBD oil’s impact on pain. In the study, people with nerve damage all reported lower levels of pain, noticing a drop in sharp, severe, cold, and itchy feelings of pain.
- Jaw pain. A 2019 studyTrusted Source explored how topical CBD may help with a certain type of facial pain that largely involves the jaw. Researchers discovered that those who used topical CBD around twice daily experienced reduced pain after 2 weeks.
It’s important to keep in mind that research is limited. More research needs to be done on CBD before we can say for sure that it can help with any of these conditions.
How To Use CBD Balm
Balms are intended to be applied as you would a normal moisturizer — gently massage it into the area you’re treating and add more as needed.
You can find CBD balms in a variety of strengths. Topicals like balms can be a little hard to dose since they’re not as straightforward as, say, a CBD gummy.
But in general, dosage depends on a number of factors, including your experience with CBD products, your body weight, the potency of the product, and the condition you’re treating.
If you’re new to CBD, it’s best to start with the lowest possible dose and see how your body responds. You can up the dose from there if necessary.
Pre-Cautions & Side Effects
Most topicals are safe to reapply as needed. Pay special attention to the type of carrier oil your product is made with, since products based in coconut oil may melt when exposed to heat. These products should be kept in a cool, dark place.
Be sure to read the packaging, as most topicals are only meant for external use, and many are not meant to be used on broken skin.
CBD is nonintoxicating, meaning it won’t get you high. It’s generally recognized as safe, and there are few side effects, though they do occur occasionally.
While CBD doesn’t typically enter the bloodstream through topical application, it’s possible it may interact with some medications.
Some research suggests that CBD may interact with liver enzymes and temporarily stop the liver from metabolizing other drugs or breaking down toxins.
Always consult your doctor before using products with CBD, even topicals.
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KANNDELA® CBD Balm
Now that is the balm! Our CBD Balm acts not only as a deep moisturizer but also calls upon your body’s natural endocannabinoid system to promote healing from within. Simply apply directly to affected areas and relax as the balm works its magic. The benefits of applying hemp to your skin go far back in human history. There’s a reason that many of the ancient civilizations and famous doctors referenced the benefits of topical hemp: it works.
Organic MCT oil, organic calendula, organic St. John’s wort, organic comfrey root, organic arnica, organic beeswax, organic cocoa butter, organic bitter orange, organic cajeput, organic lemongrass essential oil, organic lavender essential oil, full-spectrum hemp extract.
Nothing else added.
Apply a dime sized amount to the palm of your hands, rub hands together until a supple oil, then apply to affected areas massaging into the skin. Can;t get much easier than that!
KANNDELA® employs a lab to test every batch of every product that leaves our warehouse.
Each product includes a QR code on the package or label that links to Kanndela.com. Here, you can find the 3rd party Certificate of Analysis (COA) for your specific product by typing in the LOT code found on your product. The COA lets you know the exact levels of every cannabinoid in your product.