Cannabidiol (CBD) topical products are completely unique in the CBD industry. Whether it’s creams, massage gels, salves, ointments, lotions, balms, oils, or anything else that goes on the skin, topicals work totally differently to all other CBD products.
Indeed, some people are surprised that CBD even works on the skin at all. But these products certainly aren’t gimmicks. There’s hard science behind therapeutic CBD topicals, and they are often effective in ways that other CBD products simply aren’t.
If you’re new to CBD or CBD creams, then this mammoth guide is your perfect starting point. We’ll begin by exploring CBD as a compound and why it works on the skin, before looking at some of the best-selling CBD creams for sale at CBDVapeJuice.net. In the second half of this post, we’ll outline what these products may help with, and answer a list of frequently asked questions. Let’s begin!
A brief introduction to CBD
Nowadays, it seems you can get CBD in just about everything. The compound has enjoyed an astonishing ascendancy from a virtual unknown to a top player in the health and wellness scene. And it’s all happened since the legalization of hemp-based products in the United States in 2014.
That’s right, CBD comes from hemp, a largely non-intoxicating strain of cannabis sativa. CBD is also present in regular cannabis strains, although it’s much more prominent in hemp. Even more importantly from a legal perspective, hemp has very low levels of psychoactive delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). CBD creams and all other hemp-derived products are only legal if they have less than 0.3% THC. Hence why hemp growers are now cultivating strains with sky high levels of CBD, and just traces of THC.
Since the 1960s, researchers have conducted studies on CBD, with the number of these snowballing in recent times. Groundbreaking findings about cannabinoids (of which CBD is one), the endocannabinoid system (ECS) where CBD works, and the overall implications of these compounds and the ECS for our health are transforming the world of medical science.
Dr Raphael Mechoulam, who first isolated CBD and THC, has described cannabinoids as a “pharmacological treasure trove.” With legal restrictions surrounding cannabis and hemp loosening, scientists are finally able to start looting the chest!
How do CBD creams work?
The ECS holds the key to most – if not all – of CBD’s effects. Made up of endocannabinoids (naturally generated cannabinoid-like compounds) and cannabinoid receptors, the ECS is detectable pretty much throughout the entire body. Unsurprisingly, cannabinoid receptors are found in abundance in the skin.
As of December 2019, experts have identified two cannabinoid receptors. Thankfully, they’ve kept it simple, naming them ‘CB1’ and ‘CB2’. CB1 receptors primarily manage psychological variables, such as pain perception, mood and appetite. These receptors are expressed mostly in the central nervous system (the brain and spinal cord) but are also present in the skin. In contrast, CB2 receptors are closely associated with immune system response and inflammation regulation. CB2 receptors are also well-expressed in the skin.
It’s also possible that other receptors, outside of the ECS, are activated by CBD creams. Research in this area is in its infancy, but one example is the vanilloid (TRPV-1) receptor, which regulates pain sensation and is found in the skin. CBD is a mild vanilloid receptor agonist.
Popular CBD creams at CBDVapeJuice.net
CBD brands have ample opportunities to get creative and innovative with CBD topicals. And thanks to the highly competitive nature of the market, we’re seeing lots of variety. Some creams have a CBD-isolate base, whereas others contain full-spectrum extracts. All kinds of essential oils with skin-soothing benefits (such as tea tree oil and lavender oil) are often included in premium topicals. These creams and lotions may be pricier, but bringing lots of proven therapeutic extracts together and combining them with CBD greatly enhances the effects.
The CBDVapeJuice.net ‘Health and Beauty’ collection is growing all the time. We’re always on the look out for intriguing new products which meet our high standards. The following six topicals have a great reputation with our customers.
CBD Pain Cream by Genesis
Our very own CBD Genesis Pain Cream is a classic, lab-tested CBD topical. This all-organic product is available with either 250 or 500mg of hemp extract, and comes in a 2oz bottle. The small overall product size makes this one of the strongest CBD creams that we stock. Therefore, it’s great at delivering extra relief when you need it most.
We have also infused essential oils and organic white willow (salix alba) bark into this cream. Salix alba is a fairly common ingredient in skin creams, and is an effective exfoliant and antifungal agent. White willow bark also helps with removing dead skin cells, and helps promote a fresh and vibrant overall appearance.
HempBombs CBD Lotion
With the HempBombs CBD Lotion, you can literally freeze away your pain. This product capitalizes on cold therapy, with the menthol bringing a soothing effect to the skin when it’s applied. HempBombs uses 200mg of pure CBD hemp extract with no THC in this 4oz lotion.
Tea tree oil is another key ingredient in the HempBombs lotion, which is lab-tested by a third-party. The naturally cooling effect, combined with the hemp extract and other beneficial extracts makes this a formidable topical product. It’s ideal for getting any of CBD’s benefits. However, because of the strong cooling sensation, you may want to keep this lotion away from the eyes and sensitive skin.
Topical CBD Salve by Hempmetics
This is without question the strongest CBD cream available at CBDVapeJuice.net, with a mighty 1000mg of CBD extract infused into a 1oz jar. Hempmetics is the premium line of Jolly Green Oil, an established and trusted hemp-based CBD brand. Menthol crystals and a mixture of essential oils and minerals feature in this classy salve, along with soothing organic aloe juice.
The manufacturers suggest keeping this topical away from the eyes, nose and mouth, and washing hands after use. Applying to tight and weary muscles may have a deeply relaxing effect, while washing away any aches and pain. As this is a highly-concentrated topical, a small amount should suffice. The Hempmetics salve may be fantastic value, but there’s no upside to using more than you need.
Pinnacle CBD Lotion
Pinnacle Hemp manufacture a selection of top-shelf full-spectrum CBD products. These body lotions are a star attraction in their selection. This non-GMO, third-party tested topical contains 200mg of CBD and has a delightful moisturizing effect, providing genuine nourishment to the skin. A light and creamy topical, the Pinnacle Hemp lotion is ideal for alleviating pain and enhancing skin quality.
For a beachy twist, try the coconut scented lotion, which has a pleasant yet not overbearing aroma. But if coconut isn’t your thing and you just want a regular, but effective CBD topical, the unscented version has you covered. The lab report from DB Labs shows these lotions have traces of cannabichromene (CBC) and cannabigerol (CBG), two non-intoxicating cannabinoids that complement the CBD. Both compounds are renowned for having anti-inflammatory effects.
CBD Twist Tube Salve by Genesis
The Twist Tube Salve is another dependable topical from our very own CBD Genesis range. We pack a hefty 500mg of CBD into 2oz of salve, while keeping the THC content below 0.3%. The beauty of a twist tube salve is that it’s easily administered to all areas of the body. It’s also an efficient way to apply as a topical, as you’ll never use more than necessary.
The CBD Genesis Salve is great for taking the edge off pain, and relaxing tight muscles. The anti-inflammatory effects may also help with skin complaints. In addition to the hemp extract, our salve also contains moisturizing coconut oil, antioxidant-rich ginger root and infection-fighting arnica. We’ve also included beeswax which adds extra anti-inflammatory value while nurturing the skin by encouraging cell reconstruction.
Lots of thought has gone into making the best possible topical that embellishes CBD’s effects. Put simply, the CBD Genesis salve is a product that delivers more.
Body Lotion by Hempmetics
We can’t finish our product reviews without mentioning another topical from the classy Hempmetics. This 8oz Hand and Body Lotion contains organic hemp seed oil, and a myriad of helpful ingredients. These include cooling organic aloe leaf juice, anti-inflammatory coconut oil, and vitamin E, a powerful antioxidant.
The Hempmetics Hand and Body Lotion works well on dry skin, and can be used on all areas of the body. Omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids are present in the hemp seed oil, offering anti-aging and anti-inflammatory effects for the skin. This lotion is vegan-friendly, gluten-free and paraben-free, and made entirely in the United States.
Possible health benefits of CBD creams
There is lots of confusion surrounding the health benefits of CBD. If you’ve just had a passing interest in CBD up until now, the chances are you’ll have heard that it helps with just about everything! We’re certainly CBD enthusiasts, but we’re also big on facts, too. It’s still early days in CBD research, and until the big studies and clinical trials are conducted, very little can be said for definite.
However, CBD creams are indeed wildly popular for all kinds of reasons, and we can’t ignore that either. In this section, we’ll look at the most common health problems that CBD topicals are touted as being effective for, and explore whether these benefits match up with the existing science. Please note that we are not making any medical claims about CBD in this article. All content is written for educational and informative purposes only. If you are in need of medical advice, please consult with a doctor or another medical expert.
CBD creams for back pain
CBD’s potential as a painkiller could be the compound’s most exciting prospective benefit. If it truly is effective for pain, CBD might emerge as a genuine challenger to opioid-based drugs, which are addictive, loaded with side effects and have a high risk of overdose.
For many users, CBD creams are more appealing than other products, since they produce localized relief. In addition to back pain, CBD creams may help with knee pain, neck pain, arm pain, and just about anywhere for that matter. The ability of topicals to get straight to the source is something that inhaled and orally-consumed products, with their all-body effects, just don’t have.
The best CBD creams for pain will have a rich concentration of CBD, and preferably menthol crystals for cooling. Those with inflammatory pain will appreciate a concoction of essential oils, too. A full-spectrum topical with high levels of secondary cannabinoids may boost the analgesic and anti-inflammatory effects beyond what a CBD-isolate cream can offer.
CBD creams for arthritis pain
Not all arthritis is the same. There are several types of arthritis, although the ones we talk about most often are osteoarthritis (OA) and rheumatoid arthritis (RA). The former causes joint cartilage and underlying bone breakdown. This leads to joint pain, stiffness and sometimes swelling. OA is the most common form of arthritis, affecting more than 230 million globally.
RA is an autoimmune disorder that affects the joints, causing pain and swelling. These symptoms are often made worse by prolonged periods of inactivity. RA is a lot rarer than OA, but still affects around 25 million people worldwide. Like OA, RA has a destructive effect on joint cartilage and underlying bone. RA is also notorious for sapping energy levels.
While OA and RA are somewhat different, CBD creams for joint pain may make a difference for both. The goal of arthritis treatment is to reduce pain and inflammation – doctors often prescribe non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs). However, CBD and many secondary cannabinoids are well-documented anti-inflammatories, and work to balance the immune system by regulating the ECS.
As for other forms of pain, the localized effects of CBD creams are perfect for managing arthritis symptoms. Sufferers can simply lather up their affected areas whenever a flare-up occurs to cut symptoms down to size. In 2010, a small study featured in the scientific journal Pharmaceuticals (Basel) found that cannabinoids may help repair joint cartilage.
Engineering tissue in body regions that have been devastated by the inflammatory effects of arthritis would be an exciting development. It would mean that CBD creams don’t just manage arthritis symptoms and stop conditions from worse, but that they actively help reverse the damage. This fascinating pocketing science is a great example of Mechoulam’s description of cannabinoids as a “pharmacological treasure trove.”
CBD foot creams
There’s nothing worse than cracked soles and dry feet. Our feet are more vulnerable to dryness than any other part of the body due to an absence of oil glands. Rather, the feet only have sweat glands to stay moisturized. Having dry feet is sometimes – if not always – a painful experience.
There are all sorts of remedies for dry feet, from epsom salts to oatmeal baths. Now we can throw CBD foot creams into the equation as well. Some companies make creams especially for the skin, although any CBD-infused topicals should have the intended effects. CBD creams get deeply into the skin of the feet, producing a much-needed hydrating and moisturizing effect.
Manage skin complaints with CBD topicals
Many skin disorders are notorious because researchers know so little about them. There is still debate about the exact causes of acne, never mind the best way to treat it. Hence, a lot of patients with acne, psoriasis, eczema and other skin complaints are stuck with treatments that have questionable effectiveness.
The risk for these patients is turning to alternative remedies that may make the problem worse, as happened with Accutane for acne. This drug was meant to combat excessive sebum (oil) production in acne sufferers, but ended up causing excessively dry skin in some users, known as xeroderma.
The first goal of any treatment is to “do no harm,” and this applies especially when dealing with highly-sensitive skin. Encouragingly, CBD’s relative safety profile extends to the skin, and does not have any notable adverse effects. But it may be very helpful for acne and psoriasis.
For whatever reason, acne occurs due to increased sebum production from the sebaceous glands. This oil keeps the skin lubricated, hydrated and provides a protective layer against external threats. But too much sebum causes pores in the skin to become clogged, dirty and sometimes infected. However, rather than just drying the skin, research suggests that CBD has a modulating effect on the sebaceous glands, restoring sebum production to healthy levels.
A 2014 paper in the Journal of Clinical Investigation described CBD as an anti-inflammatory and a sebsotatic compound. The study authors concluded that CBD is a “promising therapeutic agent” for acne vulgaris.
After decades of discussion, it’s now mostly accepted that psoriasis is an autoimmune disease. This skin disorder affects up to 80 million people worldwide, and is associated with red, crusty and flaky skin. Psoriasis patches are most prominent on the knees, elbows, lower back and scalp, but can show up anywhere. As a chronic condition, psoriasis patients always live with the condition, but symptoms vary in severity over time.
Psoriasis patches occur due to increased skin cell production. In healthy individuals, the skin creates new cells, pushes them to the surface and sheds them in a three-to-four week process. However, in psoriasis patients, this happens in just a week, causing an accumulation of skin cells as the surface which cannot be shed quickly enough.
CBD’s promise for psoriasis comes from its likely benefits for inflammation and immune system functioning. Studies show that CBD reduces the expression of keratinocytes in the skin – production of these cells is greatly increased in psoriasis patients. Interestingly, cannabinoid receptors appear not to play a central role in stifling keratinocyte production. This suggests CBD and other cannabinoids act on the skin through not-yet-discovered mechanisms.
CBD creams for carpal tunnel
Carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) causes pain and tingling in the wrists due to suppression of the median nerve. Indeed, CTS is also described as median nerve compression. The tingling and numbness can take months to go away, and symptoms often make it difficult to grip things. Medical experts recommend wrist splints, painkillers, hand exercises and simply reducing the activities that are causing the CTS. But could CBD creams also work as well?
There is very little literature looking specifically at CBD and CTS. However, since people use CBD creams for pain and inflammation, in theory, these topical products may have a therapeutic effect. That said, doctors have also questioned whether traditional painkillers for CTS. But there are no downsides to experimenting with CBD, so it’s certainly worth trying it for carpal tunnel.
Combat infections with CBD creams
Bacteria, microbes, fungi, viruses and parasites can all trigger skin infections, some of which are more dangerous than others. When discussing bacteria, antibiotic-resistant “superbugs” such as MRSA often come to mind. And it’s true that experts are in a race against time to find new classes of antibiotics that can take the fight to these mutated strains of bacteria.
CBD and full-spectrum hemp may just be a very effective tool. A handful of studies over the past decade or so have looked at the antibacterial effects of CBD. These have deduced that CBD does have an antibiotic effect, but through an unknown mechanism. This indicates CBD works in ways we still don’t understand. But that it takes effect differently to traditional antibiotics has fuelled researchers with optimism about CBD’s future potential. We also know the cannabinoid has antifungal and antimicrobial properties for good measure.
CBD creams for yeast infections
Vaginal yeast infections are fungal infections. Yes, we appreciate this is hardly the most pleasant topic to talk about – but it’s important! Yeast infections cause itchiness, irritation and discharge in the vagina and vulva, and more women than not are affected at some point in their lifetime. Vaginal yeast infections occur due to an overgrowth of yeast, which may be triggered by antibiotic use.
As an antifungal substance, CBD topicals have medicinal potential for yeast infections. But there is no scientific evidence to support their use at this time. There’s nothing to say CBD doesn’t work, either. Researchers simply haven’t got around to this issue yet. But once again, as CBD is non-toxic, non-aggressive and overwhelmingly safe, there are only upsides in giving it a try.
CBD creams for muscle tension
Many of the best CBD creams for pain are marketed as relieving muscle aches and tensions. Sometimes, our muscles ache due to a strenuous period of exercise. However, muscle tension can also result due to prolonged inactivity, overuse and stress. Muscle tension in the neck, shoulders and head may even trigger headaches and migraines.
CBD is regularly touted as relaxing the muscles through its potent sedative effects. Muscle relaxers are not the same as painkillers, although muscle relaxers often reduce pain, too. The pain relief is a beneficial indirect effect from easing stiffness and tension in the muscles. Some studies have found that cannabigerol (CBG), a minor, non-intoxicating cannabinoid has a greater therapeutic effect on muscle spasms than other cannabinoids. Therefore, full-spectrum hemp creams may work better than topicals with CBD-isolate extracts.
CBD creams for anti-aging effects
Ideally, we could all stay young forever – but reality doesn’t work like that! As we start to age, wrinkles, crow’s feet and deep lines appear, making us look old, even if we don’t feel it. Much of the aging process is beyond our control. Over time, collagen and elastin production decreases – these proteins are essential for keeping the skin tight.
However, some aging is caused by external effects which we do have control over. Have you ever wondered why cigarette smokers seem to age faster than others? Some experts argue this is caused by free radical aging, where compounds in the smoke destroy the skin’s DNA. Free radicals are found in exhaust fumes and the sun’s ultraviolet rays, too. It’s important to note this theory isn’t proven, and it has its detractors, but if there is truth to it, CBD could have potent anti-aging effects.
That’s because cannabinoids – including CBD – are antioxidants, and can neutralize the effects of free radicals. These uncharged molecules typically become charged by pinching electrons from skin DNA. But antioxidants stop this process by forming a protective layer, giving the free radicals an electron, and protecting the skin. This is exactly how antioxidants work in the brain, to stop the build up of oxidative stress and neurological issues.
In summary, CBD may have anti-aging effects, through this mechanism or others. But we already know that CBD topicals are nourishing and hydrating for the skin, which may also promote a more youthful appearance.
Do CBD creams help with inflammation?
Yes, lots of research now points to CBD being effective for inflammation, and it makes sense that topicals can help too with inflammation of the skin. The skin is teeming with CB2 receptors, which are involved with the transmission of messages to the immune system response.
The best CBD creams for arthritis pain are made with full-spectrum extracts, to deliver the benefits of minor cannabinoids, terpenes and flavonoids. A 2019 paper revealed that hemp flavonoids have anti-inflammatory properties, although whether this bears relevance to the skin remains to be seen.
Inflammation and the immune system are still poorly understood relative to other effects and systems in the body – it may take some time to fully uncover the effects and benefits of cannabinoids.
Do CBD creams interact with medication?
When inhaled or taken orally or sublingually, CBD can interact with prescription medications. Research shows that the compound deactivates certain enzymes in the cytochrome P450 system, which slows down the metabolization of various drugs, including antihistamines. This causes these drugs to become more concentrated in the blood, making dosages stronger than they should be. Depending on the drug, this can be risky.
For this reason, it’s always stressed that anyone planning on self-medicating with CBD – who is already taking prescription drugs – should consult with a doctor, rather than relying on online information.
The situation may be a little different with CBD creams, as the cannabinoids stay within the skin, as opposed to reaching the bloodstream and being transported around the body. This effect is better understood with cannabis topicals that contain THC. These products, when administered on the skin, do not have a psychoactive effect because the THC never reaches the brain.
Therefore, CBD creams do not have the same risks concerning drug interactions as other CBD products. But if you do have any doubts, always ask a doctor before using CBD topicals. Always take a cautious approach with your health.
Do CBD creams work for nerve pain?
There is very little research on the effects of CBD creams for nerve pain, which is typically a chronic form of pain. However, a study on animal models featured in the European Journal of Pain revealed that CBD may help with inflammatory and neuropathic pain. Results from animal studies are not always replicated in humans, but these findings warrant further research.
If CBD is effective for nerve pain, then CBD creams are a go-to choice, either as a standalone remedy, or in tandem with another CBD product. As we’ve discussed, CBD topicals are great for getting to the source of pain. For instance, with carpal tunnel syndrome, strong CBD creams can be applied to the specific areas causing discomfort.
Can you use CBD creams for sleep?
CBD creams won’t have any psychological effects, as cannabinoids applied topically don’t pass into the bloodstream and to the brain. So, if you are being kept awake due to insomnia, stress or anxiety, you’ll be better served by tincture oils, edibles, vape juices and flower products.
However, if you are experiencing sleep problems due to physical pain, CBD topicals have plenty of potential. The soothing and cooling effects of CBD creams for joint pain and other forms of pain can help take your mind off the discomfort.
These analgesic effects may also stop pain from waking you up in the middle of the night. If using CBD creams on the hands, wearing a glove will help the skin to absorb the cannabinoids, and stop your product from getting all over the bedsheets!
Can CBD creams make you tired?
High doses of CBD are associated with relaxation, sedation and subsequently tiredness. It’s why some people refrain from taking large doses during the stay, when they need all of their mental and physical capabilities. CBD doesn’t have any psychoactive effects, so won’t alter your perception of reality like marijuana, but the sedation may still be a deal-breaker if you need to drive or work with heavy machinery.
But as always, there is a question over whether CBD topicals have the same effect as products that are inhaled or ingested. Since CBD from creams doesn’t reach the brain, these products shouldn’t have a psychological chill-out effect. Creams may have a physically relaxing effect. Although as cannabinoids stay isolated in the area the cream was used, you shouldn’t get the overall ‘body buzz’ and ‘couchlock’ effect that comes from other CBD products.
Can you use CBD creams on sunburns?
Sunburn makes the skin hot, red and sore, so it’s understandable why soothing, nourishing and hydrating CBD creams are suggested as a remedy. Sunburn goes away on its own after a few days, although cooling agents such as aftersun and aloe vera may help, as could mild painkillers. But what about CBD?
CBD’s anti-inflammatory effects may reduce the severity of a sunburn and the pain that comes with it. Moreover, sunburnt skin is susceptible to infection, which antibacterial CBD may protect against. The antioxidant properties of CBD topicals may also have a therapeutic effect for sunburn.
There is good reason to think that CBD may be effective for sunburn, considering what is known about the cannabinoid. However, until studies are conducted looking directly at the relationship between CBD creams and sunburn, it’s impossible to make any definitive judgements.
Where are CBD creams legal?
Like all CBD products, CBD creams are legal throughout the United States. There are some requirements, however. All hemp-derived products must have no more than 0.3% THC. This stops recreational use of CBD products.
In states that have legalized medical and/or recreational cannabis, you may come across topicals that also contain THC. Always check that your product has less than 0.3% THC before travelling with it to another state or country. Also, not all countries have legalized hemp. Always check your cream is legal at your final destination before making the trip! If you are uncertain, leave your product at home, as some countries still have really strict penalties regarding cannabis and hemp.
CBD creams vs tincture oils
Comparing CBD creams with tincture oils is a bit like comparing apples with oranges! They are different products with different intended uses! Both products have advantages and disadvantages, depending on your needs. If you need internal CBD relief, such as for mental benefits or all-body painkilling effects, tincture oils are probably better. Sublingual oils and sprays are fast-acting, and relief is often apparent just minutes after consumption.
However, if you are tackling a skin complaint or infection, creams are the way forward. Ingested CBD may have benefits for the skin, but taking CBD in this way does not activate skin-based cannabinoid receptors to the same degree that topicals do.
It’s worth noting that CBD oils are effective when applied topically. However, tincture oils generally come in 1oz bottles, whereas cream and salve products usually have a greater overall quantity. As such, with proper topicals, you can apply them more generously, using less CBD in total. Tincture oils are great makeshift topicals if you don’t have a cream or gel to hand, but are no genuine substitute.
Using CBD creams with other CBD products
CBD products are great individually, but the effects are often even more pronounced when two or more combined. We see this with edibles and vape juices, which have different response times, which makes it possible to time the efffects so they kick in together.
Taking CBD creams with a CBD oil, e-liquid or edible may be helpful for relieving pain and inflammation. If you’re in discomfort, you may want relief throughout the body, with extra relief in particular areas. And that’s exactly what you can get when using a topical in conjunction with another CBD product.
How does it work? Ingesting, inhaling or sublingually taking CBD brings the cannabinoids into the bloodstream, where they are dispersed around the body. This helps alleviate inflammation by acting upon cannabinoid receptors from head to toe. The cream then activates cannabinoid receptors in a specific region of the body to alleviate inlammatory symptoms.
For immediate relief, combine CBD creams with the lightning-fast effects of vape juices and tincture oils. For more sustained effects against chronic symptoms, try CBD capsules, edibles or syrups alongside your cream.
The CBD cream boom is only just beginning according to many analysts. It’s possible – and perhaps even likely – that as the CBD industry expands in the 2020s, the topical market expands at an even faster rate. Much will come down to how much research is carried out, and whether big-name cosmetic companies look to muscle in on already-successful CBD brands. But it’s pretty clear: the future looks great for CBD creams!
If you were asking, “What is a CBD cream?” before the start of this post, we hope this comprehensive guide has answered your question, along with many others! We have a variety of CBD creams for sale on the CBDVapeJuice.net store. For 10% off your next order, enter save10 at the checkout phase. This CBD cream review looked at a few of our top-selling products, but we have many more that may pique your interest!
CBD science is expanding, and we should get a more complete picture on the cannabinoid’s value for pain, arthritis, skin disorders, infections and over health problems over the coming decade. We’ll be keeping you up to date with all these research developments on the CBDVapeJuice.net blog!
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