The BoomBoom Nasal Inhaler also gives you a convenient way to benefit from all that CBD offers, including a calmer mind and less anxiety. Even better, the emollients within the spray help maintain moisture in your nasal passages to prevent blockage and reduce congestion.
This inhaler consists of a custom-blend of menthol and therapeutic-grade essential oils, as well as 50mg of active cannabinoids from broad-spectrum CBD oil (so no THC). The CBD it contains is cultivated in Colorado following organic farming practices and manufactured in accordance with regulations from the Colorado Department of Public Health.
What does this mean for congestion? The first step is understanding the connection between CBD and your endocannabinoid system.
Can You Put CBD Oil in Your Nose?
Cannabidiol (CBD) is one of hundreds of chemical compounds called cannabinoids found in the cannabis plant family, which includes both hemp and marijuana. Don’t confuse it with the psychoactive tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), which is the most common cannabinoid in marijuana and the one responsible for making you high.
Full-Spectrum CBD, in contrast, comes from hemp plants with a 0.3 percent or lower concentration of THC. It’s not psychoactive but instead valued as a natural remedy for a wide range of health problems like chronic pain, anxiety, and insomnia, and more.
In fact, taking CBD through a nasal spray is considered safer than vaping or smoking. CBD’s active compounds are much better absorbed into your bloodstream through the sensitive skin of your nose than through a pill or topical cream. This means you can take smaller doses for the same healing effects.
These treatments are proven to combat nasal congestion, but they often include unpleasant side effects like drowsiness or diarrhea and may even increase your risk of developing antibiotic resistance.
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