There’s nothing like soaking in a nice hot bathtub after a long day. The warm soothing water just seems to melt away any problems.
If you’re feeling a little adventurous, there are some ways to spice up your bathing experience. A ton of products have been created to enhance this experience.
Products like bath bombs or bath soaps enhance this feeling of relaxation. Bath Bombs add that extra oomph to your bath equation. Just drop the bomb in and watch the magical color explosion spread through the water. Even just watching the colorful explosion can be relaxing.
What if you could enhance that relaxation one step further? Thankfully, now you can, with CBD-infused bath bombs. You can now get the best of both worlds.
What is CBD exactly?
CBD stands for cannabidiol and is found in the cannabis plant. Cannabidiol is a cannabinoid, which is a chemical property within the plant. Experts believe there are over 100 cannabinoids that exist within cannabis. Another well-known cannabinoid is THC, which stands for tetrahydrocannabinol. THC is known for it's intoxicating effects that get a user "stoned."
CBD Bath Bombs
CBD bath bombs are such a unique product because the focus of CBD products has typically been on oils, edibles, flowers, and concentrates. You’re able to receive the benefits of CBD in one the most relaxing settings, the bath. Topical CBD products have been reported to help with general physical pain for conditions like arthritis.
The bath bombs are interesting because you can receive the pain-relieving properties from CBD on hard to reach areas of the body. Whereas with topicals like lotions, creams, and oils it might be difficult if you have pain on hard to reach areas.
For example, people who suffer from Fibromyalgia and conditions similar, experience pain throughout their whole bodies. It can be a hassle to rub topicals all over every time pain is experienced. CBD bath bombs offer a unique solution because the pain-relieving properties can be felt all over.
What exactly is Fibromyalgia
Fibromyalgia is a medical condition that causes chronic widespread body pain, depression, headaches, insomnia, and body stiffness in muscles and joints. In the United States alone, it is reported to affect around four million adults.
How else can CBD help with Fibromyalgia?
Outside of the pain experienced by Fibromyalgia victims, CBD might be able to help with the other symptoms such as depression, headaches, and insomnia. Many people who use CBD have reported that it has helped with those symptoms in general.
People who have been helped by CBD
Since opening our stores, Mary Jane’s CBD Dispensary, we have many new and existing customers inform of us of the positive impacts CBD has had on their lives. We operate in multiple locations such as Savannah, GA, Asheville, NC, and San Antonio, Texas, and have seen customers with different aliments and conditions report that CBD helps with their symptoms.
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Pain! The body's most common response to an imbalance in the system. Pain can range from mild through acute to chronic. There are different forms of pain, but the most common types are neuropathic and inflammatory pain.
CBD has neuroprotective and anti-inflammatory properties and has proven to be effective at managing neuropathic and inflammatory pain. CBD offers systemic relief from pain as it attacks the source and symptoms of the pain. It interacts with your body's endocannabinoid system to return the body to a state of wellness and homeostasis.
Through the ages, man has always sought the elusive elixir of life. A single cure for most maladies, one that would wipe away all his health problems and restore life to broken bodies.
Like snake oil in time past, many have described CBD oil as the new cure-all substance. But how true is this?