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CBD TOPICAL & CREAM FAQ

Why use CBD topicals?2019-10-14T20:30:05+00:00

Some people prefer CBD topical to other types of CBD products because it gives them the opportunity to relax and receive massages. Others find CBD topical effective in treating chronic pain, improving skin health and general relaxation.

Chronic pain: in a 2016 study, rats with arthritis received a topical CBD gel. After four days, the rats had reduced joint inflammation, better leg movement and less pain response.
Skin care: According to several studies, the same anti-inflammatory properties that help relieve CBD pain also help with acne, dry skin and psoriasis. CBD creams and lotions can also help relieve irritated skin.
Relaxation: the analgesic and anxiolytic properties of CBD also reduce the general stress and pain associated with anxiety disorders, transient stress or muscle fatigue after exercise.

Can CBD cream give you pleasure?2019-10-14T20:30:46+00:00

No, CBD cream will not make you high. Unlike THC, CBD has no psychoactive properties. THC and CBD are found in cannabis and hemp marijuana strains, but THC is the cannabinoid responsible for high feeling. Like most CBD products, CBD creams are primarily from industrial hemp with a THC content of 0.3% or less, so you will not receive a drug test for marijuana

Not only will CBD not make you high, but studies show that it can counteract the high THC product when both are ingested.
The fact that CBD can provide the same health benefits as marijuana, without the high feeling, explains to a large extent why it is so attractive to people seeking natural treatments for their health problems. It is also popular due to its extremely rare side effects.
In fact, there are no side effects with the use of CBD. There may be some fatigue, but this is the most common case of people starting a diet with CBD. Other side effects, although rare, may be dry mouth, nausea, diarrhea, changes in appetite or weight and low blood pressure.

CBD is usually very safe and well tolerated even in high doses. Pregnant or nursing women and children should avoid CBD. There has been little research on the safety of CBD in pregnant women.
If you are taking other medications, you should consult your doctor before taking CBD to avoid unpleasant side effects. When side effects occur, they are more common in people taking other medications because of the interaction between CBD and their medications

How to use CBD topical2019-10-14T20:33:03+00:00

Every product you buy contains instructions for use. Check them carefully and follow them. Beyond these instructions, you can also follow some best practices when using current CBD products.

Use the topical only if your skin is dry and clean. This will allow your skin to completely absorb CBD. Avoid using CBD before participating in activities where the topicals may disappear from the water or sweat. This can include showers, swimming or sports.

Then select the area you want to process. In case of skin problems or pain, apply to the affected area. For general relaxation, you can use CBD anywhere. Or choose areas such as joints, wrists, shoulders, neck or feet that will benefit more from the massage (to enhance the effect).

First, clean and dry the area to avoid rubbing bacteria with which it came into contact during the day. The cleaning will also remove any other skin care products or lotions you have used.

You may want to even apply multiple times. Rub the topicals vigorously over your skin (not painfully, but in a way that actually transfers the subject to the top layer of your skin).

Wash and dry hands after application.

In general, you should feel the effect of CBD pretty quickly within 5 to 20 minutes. Your pain should subside and you should generally feel more relaxed. For skin problems, the CBD takes longer to develop its magic.

What is a CBD topical2019-10-14T20:42:00+00:00

Cbd topicals are a type of cream or oil made for topical or skin use. CBD is extracted and added to certain ingredients to create ointments and creams. These are best for people who are looking for potential benefits in a targeted area on the body. Topicals are best used for possibly supporting inflamed areas.

Is CBD legal?2019-10-14T20:43:03+00:00

CBD products derived from industrial hemp are federally legal after the passing of the 2018 Farm Bill, however it remains up to the individual states as to whether or not they choose to go along with that ruling, or keep it illegal. For the majority of states it is either legal or will be soon, but that is something that you would have to look up concerning your state of residence.

 

How do I know the CBD serving?2019-10-14T20:44:08+00:00

The specific serving varies from customer to customer as all our bodies are unique in some type of way! Each product will have different serving sizes depending on the amount of CBD potency within the product. We encourage our customers to play around with the servings to better support the potential of CBD

What is a CBD cream best used for?2019-10-14T20:45:35+00:00

CBD topicals or creams are best for potentially supporting the body in areas where inflammation seems to have been present. Remember CBD topicals can not be used to treat any disease, illness or medical ailment.

Difference between CBD cream and topical?2019-10-14T20:46:30+00:00

The ultimate difference between creams and topicals is the texture. The dissolving rate in the skin can also play a huge role, as we push our users to more of a topical for best possible potential.

Are our CBD topicals and creams lab tested?2019-10-14T20:48:31+00:00

Yes, every cbd cream and topical we carry are all professionally lab tested to ensure we carry the best cbd products available. We go the extra mile at EV Naturals to make sure are customers are always satisfied!

Will a CBD cream get me high?2019-10-14T20:49:37+00:00

No, CBD will not get you high as it does not bind directly to our cb1 and cb2 receptors and is not physco active! This is a common mistake with many people researching cbd as it common gets paired with marijuana accidently! Full spectrum CBD carries less than 0.3% THC, which is not enough to cause psychoactive responses. Broad spectrum CBD will have no THC. Remember, THC metabolites can build up in one’s system over time, so if you are concerned about drug tests, stick to CBD isolate or broad spectrum CBD products as these are the best for that scenario.

What is Full Spectrum CBD?2019-10-19T19:42:00+00:00

Full spectrum CBD is created from the extracting process of a full hemp plant. Which means it naturally contains all the cannabinoids derived from hemp, over 113. These products will contain a lower amount than 0.3% THC which CAN show up on a drug test if built up over time. Full spectrum also includes all of the plants natural terpenes, vitamins, flavonoids and proteins to induce that entourage effect multiplying possible health benefits and potential of the product. We always push our cbd customers towards full spectrum if possible.

What is Broad Spectrum CBD?2019-10-19T19:41:51+00:00

Broad spectrum cbd products are created by taking full spectrum extract and further processing it to remove any trace amounts of THC. Other methods involve taking the CBD isolate, and reintroducing isolates of other cannabinoids and terpenes you would find in a full spectrum product, but omitting the THC. These products contain a wide variety of naturally occurring cannabinoids, flavonoids, terpenes,vitamins,minerals and other proteins. This provides the consumer with some of the “entourage effect” found in full spectrum, but does not contain any detectable amount of THC. Broad spectrum products can come in many different variations such as CBD oils, CBD tinctures, gummies.

What is CBD Isolate?2019-10-19T19:41:42+00:00

Cbd isolate is processed by removing all of the other molecules and cannabinoids from hemp besides CBD. With this all that remains is CBD in a powder state that is at least 99% pure CBD and 0% THC. CBD isolate is applied into various amounts of products such as oils, cbd topicals, cbd gummies, vapes and edibles. If a consumer is looking for strictly only CBD products this would be the best route, even though it will not provide the entourage effect the potential benefits still remain.

What is the entourage effect?2019-10-14T21:41:46+00:00

The entourage effect is most well known in dealing with hemp. All cannabinoids act synergistically within our bodies working together to create an equilibrium. This is why we push our consumers to full spectrum products as these types of cbd will have the most potential to support one’s inner body system and provide homeostasis. A broad spectrum product will still have the same entourage effect just not as strong as a Full spectrum CBD product. Another well known common role in the entourage effect is the terpenes involved. Terpenes also act synergistically with cannabinoids or even specifically CBD.  Thus adding onto the entourage effect supplying the consumer with the best potential outcome! 

What are terpenes?2019-10-14T21:42:53+00:00

There are over 200 Terpenes, which are compounds found in many types of plants, including hemp(cannabis). They are responsible for the aroma that comes from the plant(smell). It is thought that terpenes can enhance the action of CBD creating an entourage effect. Which therefore creating potential a better experience for the consumer There are many different types of terpenes and the therapeutic attributes are unique for each individual terpenes. For example Limonene is a terpene found in lemons, and is known to be an anti inflammatory and antibacterial compound. With our products available your are able to specifically target certain terpenes that fit your personal attribute and with potential support with your issue the most

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