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Combining some of the most advanced natural ingredients with efficacious amounts of Cannabinoids, Fulvic Acid Trace Mineral Complex, Menthol, and Arnica, our proprietary formula serves as a pain reliever with anti-inflammatory properties. With targeted powerful symptom relief helping to speed up muscle recovery, this deeply penetrating rub produces a cooling sensation and quickly eases aches and pains to support recovery from exercise or soothe chronic pain.
Cannabinoids are compounds that are found in the cannabis plant. They interact with the body's Endocannabinoid System, which is responsible for various physiological and cognitive processes. There are many different cannabinoids, each with its unique properties. The most well-known Cannabinoids are Cannabidiol (CBD) and Cannabigerol (CBG).
Cannabidiol is a chemical found in the Cannabis sativa plant. It does not contain Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the psychoactive ingredient found in marijuana that produces a high. Many people across the globe use CBD for various ailments, including pain relief, sleep, and general wellness. On the other hand, CBG works by binding to both receptors where it’s thought to strengthen the
function of anandamide, a neurotransmitter that plays a role in enhancing pleasure and motivation, regulating appetite and sleep, and alleviating pain. CBG may affect certain chemicals in the body to lower cholesterol, protect the brain
and nerves, and reduce swelling. There is interest in using CBG for abnormal levels of cholesterol or blood fats, Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD), and to stimulate the appetite.
Terpenes, also known as isoprenoids, are the essential oils responsible for cannabis's unique aromatic profile. Terpenes are composed of repeating units called isoprenes. In the cannabis plant, these essential oils ward off insect predators and protect
them from environmental stresses. For humans, terpenes are proving to be robust therapeutic agents. Research has centered on cannabinoids because terpenes comprise most of cannabis’ chemical content. However, terpenes in the cannabis plant have been shown to work synergistically with cannabinoids in a process known as the “Entourage Effect.”
Flavonoids are various compounds found naturally in many fruits and vegetables. Flavonoids are rich in antioxidant activity and can help the body ward off every day toxins. Flavonoids help regulate cellular activity and fight off free radicals that cause oxidative stress on the body. In simpler terms, they help the body function more efficiently while protecting it against everyday toxins and stressors.
Arnica is a homeopathic herb that
treats aches, pains, and bruises. An herb in the sunflower family (Asteraceae), arnica contains anti-inflammatory compounds. It can be applied topically to the skin as a gel. Oral forms are also available as teas, tinctures, and tablets. Arnica is claimed to treat bruising, pain, muscle soreness, and aching joints.
Vitamin E, or alpha-tocopherol, is a
fat-soluble vitamin that acts as a powerful antioxidant to protect cells from free radical damage and is involved in immune function. Vitamin E is a powerful antioxidant that may effectively reduce UV damage to the skin. Topically, Vitamin E may help nourish and protect your skin from damage caused by free radicals.
Turmeric is a spice from the Curcuma
longa plant's root, a perennial in the ginger family. Turmeric, which is easy
to add to smoothies and curries, shows promise regarding health benefits as it has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory components. These characteristics may provide glow and luster to the skin. Turmeric may also revive your skin by bringing out its natural glow. Turmeric can help heal wounds by decreasing
inflammation and oxidation. The antioxidant and anti-inflammatory qualities of turmeric may help your psoriasis by controlling flares and other symptoms.
Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia) is
an evergreen plant native to the Mediterranean. Its flower and oil have a popular scent and are also used as medicine. Lavender contains an oil that seems calming and might relax specific muscles. With its anti inflammatory, antifungal, antimicrobial, and detoxifying benefits, lavender oil can help reduce redness, soothe and calm the skin and rapidly heal minor cuts and scrapes, as well as any rashes.
Avocados, also known as alligator
pear or butter fruit, are a type of berry. Avocados provide a substantial amount of monounsaturated fatty acids and are rich in many vitamins and minerals. Incorporating them into a varied, healthy diet can provide several benefits. Avocado oil contains omega-3 fatty acids and vitamins A, D, and E. It helps moisturize the skin, relieves inflammation, prevents and treats acne, accelerates wound healing, and treats sunburned skin.
Eucalyptus oil is extracted from the
leaves of the tree. Eucalyptus oil is used as a medicine to treat various common diseases and conditions, including nasal congestion and asthma, and as a tick repellant. It may also be applied to the skin as a remedy for health problems such as arthritis and skin ulcers.
Black pepper is one of the most
commonly used spices worldwide. It’s made by grinding peppercorns and dried berries from the vine Piper nigrum. Black pepper’s antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties help cure skin infections and acne. It can be used as a wound healing agent and has antioxidant and antifungal activity. The wound
healing potential of black pepper could be attributed to the presence of flavonoids and triterpenes.
Tea Tree Oil
Tea tree oil, also known as melaleuca
oil, is an essential oil that comes from steaming the leaves of the Australian
tea tree. When used topically, tea tree oil is believed to be antibacterial.
Tea tree oil is commonly used to treat acne, athlete's foot, lice, nail fungus,
and insect bites.
Calendula, otherwise known as
Calendula officinalis, is a marigold plant that has historically been used for various ailments, mainly those affecting the skin, such as in the healing of wounds. The medicinal part of the plant is found in the beautiful, vibrant colored orange and yellow flower. The colorful petals are rich in flavonoids—naturally occurring compounds found in vegetables and fruits—that have been shown to exhibit anti-inflammatory and anti-thrombogenic.
Clove oil is an essential oil that’s derived from clove trees. The clove tree, Syzygium aromaticum, is native
to Southeast Asia. Clove oil, which ranges in color from colorless to light
yellow and has a strong, spicy aroma, has been used for centuries in various applications. Clove oil has traditionally been used for multiple purposes, including antimicrobial properties to help kill bacteria and as a pain reliever for toothache and muscle pain. It also helps to calm irritated skin and helps to reduce the appearance of redness, pigmentation, and puffiness to leave your complexion deeply soothed and supple.
Ginger oil is extracted from the ginger rhizome after a distillation process. Like other essential oils, it’s
very concentrated. Ginger oil has a distinct aroma that can be described as intense, warm, or spicy. As such, it’s often used for aromatherapy. Ginger oil can also be used in various applications on the skin and hair. When used cosmetically or topically, it can soothe redness and eliminate bacteria, especially redness and acne-associated bacteria. Its antioxidant properties are known to have a protective effect on the skin, inhibiting the signs of skin damage and aging, such as wrinkles and fine lines.
Fulvic Acid Mineral Trace Complex
Fulvic acid is an active chemical
compound that allows our body to use and absorb nutrients such as probiotics, antioxidants, fatty acids, and minerals better. Fulvic acid is a valuable option in managing inflammatory skin conditions, such as eczema and psoriasis. In addition to its anti-inflammatory benefits, fulvic acid has antibacterial and antifungal properties.
Beeswax is a product made from the
honeycomb of the honeybee and other bees. Mixing pollen oils into honeycomb wax turns the white wax into a yellow or brown color. Beeswax is used for fungal skin infections, eczema, pain relief, and anti inflammatory properties.
Menthol crystals generally come from mint leaves with a delicate freezing process. The properties are so concentrated that just a few crystals are needed to create potent effects. Menthol crystals reduce muscle pain, itching, and burning. Menthol Crystals can be added to carrier oils and applied topically to the skin to reduce dryness and itchiness. It is also effective in treating skin irritations and relieving the pain associated with sunburn.
Coconut oil comes from the coconuts
on coconut palm trees (Cocos nucifera). There are two main types of coconutoil, copra oil, and virgin coconut oil. Although they have similar fatty acid content, virgin coconut oil contains more nutrients such as Vitamin E and bioactive compounds such as polyphenols (plant materials with antioxidant
properties). It can reduce inflammation, treat acne, moisturize dry skin, and help wound healing.
Camphor oil is extracted from the
wood of camphor trees, known scientifically as Cinnamomum camphora, and has a strong aroma. It can also be synthesized from turpentine. Camphor oil has a
variety of uses. It has anti-inflammatory properties and is often an ingredient in vapor rubs, salves, and balms. Many people use it to relieve irritation, itching, and pain. As an ingredient in different products, it can also help ease inflammatory conditions and chest congestion.
Peppermint is an aromatic herb in the
mint family. It’s a hybrid mint that’s a cross between spearmint and watermint. It can be found naturally in North America and Europe. Peppermint essential oil can be extracted from the peppermint plant leaves and used for various purposes. Peppermint oil is promoted for topical use (applied to the skin) for problems like headaches, muscle aches, joint pain, and itching.
Meadowfoam seed oil is extracted
from the seeds of the white, flowering meadowfoam plant native to Oregon, California, and Western Canada. The plant also goes by the botanical name Limnanthes alba. When applied to your hair or skin, meadowfoam seed oil acts as an emollient. It contains Vitamins E and A, good antioxidants which protect the skin cells from free radicals. It also contains Vitamin B5 and stimulates wound healing effect. Meadowfoam seed oil is the richest known source of unsaturated,
long-chain fatty acids (e.g., gondoic acid or erucic acid - Omega 9 acids).
These fatty acids ensure high lubricity and a reasonable penetration rate of the oil. Lastly, they decrease skin inflammation and prevent oxidation and skin dehydration.
Endocannabinoid System (ECS)
The ECS comprises a vast network of chemical signals and cellular receptors that are densely packed throughout our brains and bodies. The "cannabinoid" receptors in the brain — the CB receptors — outnumber many other receptor types in the brain. They act like traffic cops to control the levels and activity of most of the other neurotransmitters. The other primary cannabinoid found in cannabis is Cannabidiol (CBD). CBD doesn’t make you “high” and typically
doesn’t cause any adverse effects. Unlike other cannabinoids, CBD does not bind to receptors in the endocannabinoid system. The most basic way CBD works with the body is by blocking the breakdown of endocannabinoids, allowing the body to use more of what it’s already naturally producing.
Inflammation & Joint Support
CBD has been shown to provide relief from several different inflammatory conditions. It's an effective method of giving the immune and nervous system a break and helping with pain and the effects of swelling. CBD can relieve the affected area and the rest of the body by reducing the activity in overactive immune responses or neural responses. Early research supports the idea that CBD may help with joint pain in some cases, such as pain due to inflammatory arthritis. According to the Arthritis Foundation, anecdotal evidence suggests that some people with arthritis who use CBD report noticeable pain relief, improved sleep, or reduced anxiety.
Cannabidiol seems to have anti-inflammatory, neuroprotective, analgesic, anxiolytic, and pain-
relieving properties, which can be potential mediators of recovery in athletes during regular training and competition. CBD also speeds up workout recovery. Unlike other anti-
inflammatories, CBD does not harm the stomach lining or increase the rates of specific strokes. Research confirms that CBD suppresses the main contributors to inflammation, swelling, and soreness, potentially protecting muscle cells for growth. The molecule’s delightful sleep enhancement also should make a recovery fast and efficient.
It has been scientifically proven that CBD participates in preventing free radicals by interacting with the endocannabinoid system in the body. CBD seems to be a more effective antioxidant than vitamins C and E and has demonstrated superior neuroprotective properties. Like many other plant compounds, CBD works as an antioxidant to reduce oxidative stress. Research has linked oxidative stress with many age-related diseases throughout the years.
The human body contains a complex network of neurotransmitters and cannabinoid receptors known as the Endocannabinoid Receptor System (ECS). Research suggests that cannabinoids, such as CBD and the ECS, may play a role in many bodily processes, such as pain regulation. Like prescription medicines, CBD works by activating receptors in the brain. CBD isn't just a brain-receptor manipulator. It has anti-inflammatory properties; therefore, it addresses symptoms directly at their source rather than just masking the pain.
CBD is known for calming the skin and helping mitigate side effects from other potentially irritating ingredients, professional treatments, and relieving irritation in harsh climates. All skin types and conditions will benefit from the routine use of CBD. And because our bodies already produce a kind of cannabinoid, CBD naturally works well with the body’s systems. Some other benefits of CBD are reducing inflammation, improving skin hydration, protecting against environmental damage, soothing skin irritation, and controlling oil production.
Inflammation is a process by which your body's white blood cells and the things they make protect you from infection from outside invaders, such as bacteria and viruses. But in some
diseases, like arthritis, your body's defense system — your immune system — triggers inflammation when there are no invaders to fight off. Inflammation can be either short-lived (acute) or long-lasting (chronic). Acute inflammation goes away within hours or days. Chronic inflammation can last months or years, even after the first trigger is gone. Chronic inflammation is when your body sends inflammatory cells even when there is no outside danger. For example, in rheumatoid arthritis, inflammatory cells and substances attack joint tissues leading to an inflammation that comes and goes and can cause severe damage to joints with pain and deformities. Living with chronic inflammation, your body’s inflammatory response can eventually damage healthy cells, tissues, and organs. Over time, this can lead to DNA damage, tissue death, and internal scarring. To learn more about inflammation, you may read these articles and studies:
*The Journal of Inflammation:
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Generously massage into skin and affected areas including joints. Repeat as needed.
Consult with your healthcare professionals to discuss whether taking CBD containing products is right for you. These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and. Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.