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CBD Topicals are the general term used for a multitude of products from creams, lotions, gels, salves, roll-on's, and sprays that are to be applied directly to the skin.
Our customers use our CBD topical for a number of applications. People typically use our CBD salve, CBD cream & CBD Roll-On for work-out recovery, aches and muscle soreness. With excellent hydration and moisturizing abilities it may be used for dry, sore, itchy, or irritated skin. Think icy/hot freeze creams and utilize CBD creams in the same way.
Best used for localized topical pain support, relief, recovery, and general discomfort. Use pre & post work out or training for best results.
Unfortunately due to FDA legal implications we can't say what CBD topical's, creams or salves can treat or if they're effective for arthritis, join pain or fibromyalgia. You may see many CBD topicals for sale online that openly advertise treating these conditions but it's important to understand that no CBD products have been approved to treat any of these pain specific health conditions and saying so is illegal and somewhat deceptive.
We would love to be able to go into depth about uses of CBD. We hear from 100s of our customers stating how their lives have been positively affected from using CBD creams/salves/lotions.
Right now the importance of adhering to the guidelines for producers is paramount and Absolute Nature follows these rules. It's essentially up to customers to look into the wealth of information and reviews online and try CBD products yourself.
Essentially nothing. Topical means application to body surfaces. So a topical Cream or Salve is for external use to be applied to the skin. Topical use often applies to anything that's a Cream, Ointment, foam, gel or lotion. Transdermal creams are also topical, even though they're designed to penetrate the skin and enter the blood stream, they're still applied externally.
Simply apply your CBD Topicals to the affected area after cleaning & drying.
Applying Creams & Salves:
Apply a generous amount of topical cream or CBD ointments onto the affected area and massage into skin until fully absorbed. You can reapply as often as required until you receive the desired result.
Applying CBD Cooling Roll-On:
Clean and dry the affected local area: Then apply pressure to the roller ball to start the flow of liquid, simply roll and massage in. To reduce the liquid flow, release the pressure on the roller ball.
As a rule of thumb, for higher or chronic discomfort situations, or long term internal inflammation, you'll likely to see better results using both a topical and a Oil, targeting the issue internally and externally. However, in many situations, external application of topical CBD may prove to be all you need. Once you start using a product, you can then determine how it's working for you and adjust accordingly.
Length of effectiveness can be affected by many things. A long lasting salve hat stays on the surface, slowing absorbing throughout the day, can have longer lasting effects. Cooling roll-on's can have a shorter initial sensation effect, but continue to work for hours once the cooling sensation has subsided. You can apply as needed, adjusting as you see fit, for your needs. There is no right or wrong in these situations.
Use accordingly for best results and maintain daily use for at least 30 days.
In short no. Standard CBD topicals are applied externally and will penetrate the top 3 dermal layers of the skin. However, there are some specific ingredients that can be added to CBD creams making them trans-dermal. Transdermal products deliver ingredients through the skin via systemic distribution.
In short no. Standard CBD topical or creams are applied externally and will penetrate the top 3 dermal layers of the skin.
CBD creams are not going to help you sleep, other than they may reduce your muscle aches and pains, aiding you to feel more comfortable. But not directly going to help you sleep.
However, there are some specific ingredients that can be added to CBD creams making them trans-dermal. Transdermal products deliver ingredients through the skin via systemic distribution.