What is CBD used for?

What is CBD used for?

Posted by Peter Heimuller on Aug 9th 2022

Five ways to use CBD, plus four CBD products that don’t live up to their hype.

In addition to helping general relaxation to lowering stress, CBD is increasingly becoming a part of our everyday lives. But what are the best reasons to use CBD? And are there any ways it won’t work?

What can CBD do for you?

1. CBD can assist you through your crazy day.

Inflation, conflicts overseas, new viruses creeping into our midst, and more. We’re living in a time of unprecedented anxiety disorders. CBD can help you juggle all of life’s curve balls by keeping you calm, centered, and focused so you can be your best throughout your day.

2. CBD can make your next massage memorable.

Adding CBD to your next massage session can help remove tension in your muscles and joints. CBD works with your body’s own endocannabinoid system to help your body relax. Book your next massage with CBD here https://www.massagebook.com/Danbury~Massage~Cloud?src=external#services

and be sure to add “Botanical Extracts” to see for yourself how much better your next massage can be with CBD.

3. CBD can reduce recovery time between workouts.

If you have a very active lifestyle and enjoy pushing your body to its limits, CBD can help you heal quickly so your downtime in-between workouts is diminished. A little bit of CBD-infused cooling gel https://cloud9massagetherapy.com/products/cbd-cooling-gel-1-7oz-500mg.html applied directly to where your muscles hurt can improve your recovery time and get your body ready for your next workout.

4. CBD can improve skin texture.

Your skin is your largest organ and keeping it hydrated and moisturized is key to maintaining a healthy appearance. CBD helps your skin restore its natural moisture balance while strengthening its natural barriers to help prevent moisture loss. Try this Connecticut-made moisturizing cream today https://cloud9massagetherapy.com/products/cbd-moisturizing-cream-500mg.html to see and feel how much better your skin can be.

5. CBD can help you get a good night’s sleep.

A deeply restful night is key to keeping your body and mind healthy, but many Americans suffer from poor sleep. Research suggests taking a little CBD oil before you go to bed is an easy, safe, and cost-effective way to make sure you get enough rest. 40 mg is an effective dose for most people, and our 600mg CBD oil https://cloud9massagetherapy.com/products/full-spectrum-cbd-oil-mint-flavor-600mg.html comes with a measured dropper so you know you’re getting the perfect dose, every time.

However, there are some CBD products you can skip:

1. CBD bath bombs

Sure, they make your bath smell great. But the CBD in bath bombs is typically in oil form, so it will sit on top of the water and won’t be in contact with much of your skin.

Plus the amount of CBD in a bath bomb is heavily diluted in a tub full of 60 gallons or so of water-much, much less than the amount you’d absorb by simply rubbing a topical CBD directly on your skin. As a result, using a CBD bath bomb in your tub is literally throwing water down the drain.

2. CBD candles

Just like mixing CBD with water is wasteful, adding CBD to candles is just like burning money. For one thing, CBD doesn’t easily mix with air molecules. Plus most of the candles on the market have so little CBD in them, there is virtually no way they can have any desirable effect.

3. CBD shampoo

If you do like watching your money wash down the drain, CBD shampoo might be a good idea. Water and oil don’t mix; whatever good the CBD in your shampoo might be doing will get largely washed away as soon as you turn on your shower head. There are no conclusive studies, yet published, that show that CBD shampoo is at all effective.

4. Nano CBD products

You probably see the word nano branded everywhere these days, but in truth there are no companies that have produced a viable nano-CBD formula that actually works.

If you see a nano CBD product, ask for their double-blind placebo controlled study. Guess what? They don’t have one. They might have a white paper written by their copy editors, but that is far and away not the same thing as hard data-backed empirical study.

What’s the difference between a white paper and a scientific paper? Read this article to learn how to spot the difference: https://blog.eoscu.com/blog/3-key-differences-between-white-papers-and-scientific-papers

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