This topical formulation is designed to showcase soothing and calming herbs such as full-spectrum hemp, comfrey and arnica. It can be used daily to ease tension and promote muscle relaxation, targeting application on problematic areas such as the hands, knees, elbows, back and neck.15ml: 25+ mg Cannabidiol
50ml: 100+ mg Cannabidiol
Apply liberally to affected area. Avoid application on, or near, open wounds. Keep out of reach of children.
Apply liberally to affected area several times per day. Avoid application on, or near, open wounds. Keep out of reach of children.
Raw Kokum Butter, Shea Butter, Beeswax, Coconut Oil*, Castor Oil*, Hempseed Oil*, Arnica*, Comfrey*, Calendula*, White Willow Bark*, Olive Oil*, Full-spectrum Hemp Oil+, Turmeric*, White Camphor, Lavender*, Cedarwood*, Fir Needle*, Rosemary*, Helichrysum*, Rose Geranium*, Vitamin E (non-GMO)
* indicates Certified Organic
Ingredients not certified organic are, however, grown and processed organically.
This balm provides excellent pain relief. I use it on by neck/temples/forehead for tension headaches, use it to alleviate sore muscles from yoga, and even found it eased muscle soreness when I put it on my shoulder after a flu shot. It also smells wonderful. Highly recommend!
It really works as it is stated on its label. I am so glad I discovered this to ease the pain on my body!
This balm has helped all my aches and inflammation from various injuries. I’ve been using it for over 2 years.
I had hand surgery this summer and with the herbal balm I know it helped with the pain and the healing of it. Absolutely love the wonderful herbal balm. Thanks so much for all your products.
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A mushroom and the gift of a spiritual vision.
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