With a CBD topical solution like lotion or cream, you can directly target the areas of your body that are causing you pain or discomfort. That’s because CBD cream is anti-inflammatory and a great pain reliever. For example, if your knee is hurting after a workout, you can apply topical CBD oil for quick relief. Additionally, CBD lotion acts just like any other moisturizer to nurture your skin, keeping it healthy and hydrated all year round. Make CBD ointment part of your self-care routine in more ways than one, by using it to not only reduce pain, but also increase your relaxation and sense of wellbeing.
On top of developing topical CBD products at an elevated standard, 1218 Wellness is committed to providing CBD education, based in science and facts, about the many benefits of cannabinoids. This focus on health, wellness and education translates directly into our products to help our customers achieve a better quality of life. For topical CBD products you can trust, always turn to 1218 Wellness.
Full Spectrum CBD ointment is derived from hemp through full plant extraction. It includes trace amounts of THC (< 0.3%), along with terpenes, flavonoids, vitamins, minerals and proteins from the hemp source, which can work in conjunction with the CBD to enhance its effectiveness.
To create an Isolate, all molecules aside from CBD are removed from a Full Spectrum extract. What remains is a very pure product of at least 99% CBD and 0.0% THC.
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