Dr Sarah Brewer is Healthspan’s Medical Director and holds degrees in Natural Sciences, Surgery and Medicine from the University of Cambridge. Having worked as a GP and hospital doctor, Dr Sarah now holds an MSc in Nutritional Medicine from the University of Surrey and specialises in nutrition. She is also an award-winning writer and author.
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The organic essential oils that form the balm base have additional skin softening and soothing actions to ease dry, chapped areas.
Applying a topical joint cream or gel after a warm bath or shower, or after exertion, helps it sink in quickly.
The two main oil products from industrial hemp, hemp seed oil and CBD oil, are from different parts of the plant and are used for different purposes.
The action of rubbing stimulates nerve endings in the area and helps to overwhelm underlying pain signals, so the perception of discomfort is reduced. When rubbing is combined with an active ingredient that sinks into the skin the benefits are multiplied for reducing aches and pains.
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Why Customers Love It
All in all, you’ll enjoy a revitalizing skincare experience—one that smooths and softens, while also helping bring relief to sore muscles.
Why Choose Plus CBD Oil Hemp Balm?
The Plus CBD Oil Extra Strength Hemp Balm is incredibly easy to use, and it should last for ages!
Creating a product like this hemp oil balm requires a great deal of skill and care. Extracting high-quality hemp seed oil from ethically sourced hemp plants takes years of experience. Cheap products from sketchy vendors are therefore more likely to be impure or ineffective.