Vegan Healing Salve (500mg)

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The Prestige CBD Healing Salve provides the healing properties of CBD to be used for localized pain, muscle soreness, joint pain, inflammation, psoriasis, eczema, and dry skin. The Prestige CBD Vegan Healing Salve formula contains 500mg CBD with a unique combination of oils and waxes to aid in the healing process.

Ingredients:

CBD (Cannabidiol) Organic Olive Fruit Oil (Olea Europaea), Candelilla Wax (Euphorbia Cerifera), Organic Coconut Oil (Cocos Nucifera), Organic Shea Butter (Butyrospermum Parkii), Organic Palm Fruit Oil (Elaeis Guineensis), Organic Jojoba Seed Oil (Simmondsia Chinensis), Rosehip Seed Oil (Rosa Canina), Vitamin E (Tocopherol), Sunflower Seed Oil (Helianthus Annuus), Organic Neem Seed Oil (Melia Azadirachta), Organic Rosemary Leaf Extract (Rosmarinus Officinalis), Organic Sunflower Seed Oil (Helianthus Annuus)

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  • 5
    Healing salve

    Posted by Linda Brackett on Oct 5th 2018

    Works, this is the best. I have Metastatic Breast Cancer with it I have lumps and bumps all over my body. Before I started using this I was using ice packs and or heating pads. This salve has been a blessing. Thank You

  • 5
    Great for recovering from eczema

    Posted by Loralin E. on Aug 19th 2018

    this is my second order. I can't live without this product. 2 years ago I went through a Topical Steroid withdrawal and the stages of my eczema drying up is when I started using this with Zinc cream and kept it covered at all times morning and night until it cleared up. Keep in mind I also had a strict diet, change lots of products to natural products. This is also great for acne, eyebags and keeping the skin looking younger. by the way, I am a health coach and did lots of research and this was the best thing that worked for me. I hope it helps you out too.

  • 5
    Great for eczema

    Posted by Loralin on Jul 4th 2018

    I love this product for controlling my eczema on my face. The ingredients are great too. My recommendation is to try a small patch first to make sure it will not irritate because everyone is different. best to use when your eczema is drier. not when it's oozing or open wounds. As a health coach, I recommend this to my clients. Love it!

  • 5
    Works Great

    Posted by Rex on Apr 9th 2018

    Best, my wife put it on back and arm and within an hour, the pain of several days went away. The last product I bought, didn't work for her. She is telling all her friends now.

Frequently
Asked Questions

CBD is the abbreviated name for Cannabidiol, a Cannabis compound that is non-psychoactive, which means it won’t get the user high.

Like CBD, THC (short for ”Tetrahydrocannabinol”) is also a compound found in the Cannabis plant, along with 111 other cannabinoids. Because THC and CBD both yield from the Cannabis plant, they share many of the same properties, such as being anti inflammatory and anti-anxiolytic; however the two compounds are different in one very important way -- their psychoactive effects.

While THC is psychoactive and induces mind-altering effects on the user (or gets the user “high”), CBD is non-psychoactive and does not induce these effects, while still delivering the many beneficial properties of the Cannabis plant.

CBD, and other compounds found in the Cannabis plant are classified as “cannabinoids”.

When scientists first discovered cannabinoids, they were only discovered in the Cannabis plant. As research continued, scientists discovered that cannabinoids also existed within the human body. Cannabinoids that were produced within the body were classified as Endocannabinoids and cannabinoids that were produced within a plant, were referred to as Phytocannabinoids.

The breakthrough occurred when scientists discovered that cannabinoids served as the activating agent in a network of neurons found throughout many core systems in the body, but primarily the nervous system.

The interaction between cannabinoids and these neurons played a crucial role in the maintenance and function of these systems, providing a number of benefits such as relieving stress, reducing anxiety, stimulating a more efficient immune response, and more. Overall, the presence of CBD in the body assists in maintaining the systems which regulate the overall balance of the body.

With this discovery researchers rightfully named this system of neurons the “Endocannabinoid System.”

Because CBD does not contain any psychoactive properties, it will not get the user high.

While the psychoactive and sedative effects of “getting high” are typically associated with the Cannabis plant as a whole, they are actually the result of a single Cannabis compound - THC.

CBD oils and other CBD products can certainly contain THC, in which case, they may experience its psychoactive effects, but if the product is certified to be THC-free, then it should not get you high.

Generally, CBD has not been known to cause any negative side-effects; however, we are still in early stages of research, and how CBD may interact with the unique chemical structure of your body is unknown.

With that being said, it is highly recommend to consult a physician before trying CBD.

How much CBD you should take depends on what you taking CBD for, the severity of that condition, your weight/height, and your body’s metabolism.

Because of this, there isn’t exactly a “one-size fits all” answer to this question.

Experts have stated that it is best to use your weight and severity level as a starting reference, then gauge the effects of how that quantity of CBD affected you.

For a good starting reference, refer to the CBD Dosage Calculator found here.

CBD oil is designed to be taken sublingually, which means to be administered under the tongue. Once administered, the CBD will absorb directly into the bloodstream through the veins under your tongue.

In order for the CBD to have enough time to absorb, it is recommended to hold the CBD oil under your tongue for 30-60 seconds before swallowing it.

Typically, most drug tests are designed to detect specific substances such as opioids, stimulants, and THC. With that being said, In most cases, CBD will not show up on a drug test, but here’s two circumstances which it will.

1. If the drug test being administered tests specifically for CBD. To learn if the test does, you can simply request what drugs are being tested for.

2. If the CBD product contained THC, which will happen if you used a “full spectrum” product, or the product you took said it was THC-free, but wasn’t. In that case, always make sure to use products that have been properly lab-tested.

What is CBD?

CBD, short for Cannabidiol, is a natural Cannabis compound. Unlike THC, CBD is 100% non-psychoactive, meaning it won't get the user high, while still delivering the many beneficial properties of the Cannabis plant.
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