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Balm with Arnica Montana and camphor essential oil, enriched with cannabidiol, hemp oil and menthol.
Thanks to its innovative formulation, Purebalm Balm with CBD is particularly indicated for massages and localized applications on painful areas.
It is recommended for all sportsmen and women, for those who exercise a heavy physical work and to prevent when the pain is felt.
Cannabinoids for topical use represent a new mode of cannabis consumption that can revolutionize the perception of this plant, and allows the most skeptical customers to get closer to this world.
These are lotions, emulsions, balms and oils that are applied and absorbed by the skin.
Topical application provides the benefits of cannabis, without the side effects associated with it.
Cannabinoids bind to a network of receptors, called CB2, present throughout the body.
CB2 receptors are activated by endogenous binders in our body as well as compounds derived from cannabis, called "phytocannabinoids" (for example, CBD, THC , etc.).
Even if a topical preparation contains active THC, it will not give rise to any psychotropic effect because it does not reach the bloodstream.
Topical preparations are generally used for the relief of local pain, muscle pain, tension and inflammation.
But anecdotal evidence is beginning to show a broadening of the spectrum of potential benefits of topically administered cannabinoids, for example for psoriasis, dermatitis, itching, headaches and cramps.
Butyrospermum Parkii Butter; Cocos Nucifera Oil; Cera Alba; Arnica Montana Flower Extract; Lanolin; Cannabis Sativa Seed Oil; Menthol; Cinnamomum Camphora Bark Oil; cannabidiol
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