Living in this small town on the Western Slope of Colorado has its benefits: the seemingly endless high mountain wilderness, the teeny tiny down-to-earth community, and let’s not forget that weed is legal here.
But it has some major drawbacks as well: you’re going to see everyone you know at the one coffee shop in town (heaven forbid you go through a breakup), there’s not a dispensary in the entire county yet, and it is drier than a popcorn fart out here.
While CBD Massage oil might be a nice addition to date night or a self-care routine in other places of the world, it is a necessary part of life here.
Not only has CBD massage oil been wonderful in reducing daily tensions and aches, using CBD massage oil regularly has completely gotten rid of some rough, bumpy, and red patches on my skin, helped me manage an extreme case of pruritus when I was pregnant, and has kept my skin in excellent condition during the driest time of the year.
CBD Massage Oil Benefits
I’m not the only one singing the praises of topical CBD oil. Even though we still have limited research on how exactly CBD works when it’s applied directly to the skin, anecdotal evidence suggests that CBD massage oil could potentially do so much more for you than help you relax at the end of a long day.
Early research suggests that when applied to the skin, CBD massage oil or other topical CBD products could potentially reduce inflammation directly on the skin and may contribute to reducing the symptoms of things like atopic dermatitis, eczema, psoriasis, and acne and could potentially aid in wound healing and in the modulation of hair growth.
Many people find that using CBD Massage Oil helps reduce muscular tension and tension-related pain more than traditional massage oil. All over the US, massage therapists now offer CBD massages because their clients are having such great results from incorporating CBD.
While we love that CBD massage oil is making its way onto the massage table and into stores, making this CBD massage oil recipe will save you so much money over store-bought products, and costs a fraction of the price of getting a CBD massage at a salon.
Once you know how to make CBD massage oil, you can control the ingredients to avoid common preservatives and fragrances that can negatively impact the skin. You can also add other herbs and cannabinoids as desired to make custom CBD massage oil blends that work best for you.
One major benefit of making your own CBD massage oil is that you can make it a part of your daily routine without spending hundreds of dollars every month just to feel better.
How to use CBD Massage Oil
Whether or not you’ve used CBD massage oil in the past, make sure you test your homemade version on a small patch of skin first. This is especially important if you have sensitive skin or if you have any allergies.
Even if you’re not typically sensitive, use a very fine mesh strainer to make sure all…
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