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CBD Cream: The Power Cream for Inflammation

If you’re looking for a natural way to address muscle aches, joint pain, or skin issues, CBD cream and other topicals may be worth exploring. CBD topicals are products infused with Cannabidoil which interact with the body’s Endocannabinoid System (a system in the body that helps regulate and balance key bodily functions, like sleep, mood, and learning) to provide possible therapeutic benefits. Let’s explore a few ways they can potentially benefit you and your everyday life:


Targeted relief for muscle and joint pain


One of the main benefits of CBD topicals is for localized pain relief. Whether it is discomfort or swelling in muscles and joints, the anti-inflammatory properties of CBD can help reduce these symptoms when applied to the affected areas. Most people use CBD creams to alleviate arthritis pain, back aches, and even headaches.


Accelerated post-exercise recovery



Fitness enthusiasts and athletes use topical CBD to aid recovery from tired or overworked muscles. CBD helps reduce the inflammation and oxidative damage to help promote faster recovery and improved mobility without lingering stiffness and discomfort.



Soothe and treat various skin conditions


CBD’s anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties can help alleviate and manage symptoms of eczema, psoriasis, and acne. They can help reduce inflammation, soothe irritated skin, and promote overall skin health. 





Rest and relaxation



CBD topicals can also be used to help reduce stress and anxiety. Massaging CBD into tense areas of the body or specific pressure points can help relax the body and promote a sense of tranquility. 





CBD creams are versatile topicals that can address various needs, from pain relief to skin care. They offer a promising natural solution for holistic wellness and balance in the body. However, while many report positive experiences, more research is still needed to fully understand their efficacy and potential side effects. As with any new product, consulting a healthcare professional and spot testing before use is recommended.



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National Library of Medicine

Written by: Sudhir M. Baswan, Allison E. Klosner, Kelly Glynn, Arun Rajgopal, Kausar Malik, Sunghan Yim, and Nathan Stern

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7736837/

Cannabidiol and Sports Performance: a Narrative Review of Relevant Evidence and Recommendations for Future Research

National Library of Medicine

Written by: Danielle McCartney, Melissa J. Benson, Ben Desbrow, Christopher Irwin, Anastasia Suraev, and Ian S. McGregor

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7338332

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