Mota Green Balm – Mota.
The recent discovery of cannabinoid receptors in human skin opened an exciting new chapter in annals of cannabis based treatments. Our topical cannabis ointment soothes with the finest ingredients including Organic Shea butter, Organic Cocoa Butter, and Essential Oils of Rosemary, Eucalyptus, Peppermint, Cinnamon and Lavender. Decarboxylated Cannabis releases activated THC and CBD to the skin. Developed for the treatment of Arthritis, Muscle Pain, Eczema and Dry Skin.
Mota Green Balm – Mota.
Muscle Pain | Nerve Pain | Arthritis | Eczema | Dry Skin | Migraines | Relaxing
Ingredients: Organic Shea Butter, Organic Coco Butter, Organic Coconut Oil, Decarboxylated Cannabis, Organic Grape Seed Oil, Organic Bees Wax, Glycerine, Distilled Water, Essential Oils of Rosemary, Eucalyptus, Peppermint, Cinnamon and Lavender, Optiphen Plus
CBD has been used to treat a long list of medical issues, including cancer and diabetes. More specifically, CBD cream works to treat the following disorders:
As you can see, CBD is quickly becoming the “Jack of all trades” of the medical world thanks to its effectiveness in a variety of different treatments.
Will CBD Cream Get You High?
CBD cream will not get you high. The only way a CBD product (e.g., cream, oil, tincture, dissolvable strip, edible) could get you high would be if it contained substantial amounts of THC. CBD cream does not contain THC, at least not in any percentage that would make your world go psychedelic.
So, you can rest easy that the CBD cream you apply before leaving the house won’t have you tasting colors during your drive to work.
How Is CBD Cream Different From CBD Oil?
The main difference between CBD cream and CBD oil is how you take it. Here’s the breakdown:
CBD cream is only meant to be applied to the skin (topically).
CBD oil is only meant to be administered under the tongue (sublingually).
If you have a hard time keeping things out of your mouth, CBD cream might not be the best choice for you. It certainly doesn’t help that CBD cream often looks like and smells like a delicious pudding. Trust us, it’s not and it doesn’t.
So, sit on your hands—or put a blunt or joint in your mouth—but don’t eat the CBD cream! Sure, it won’t kill you, but it might cause substantial stomach pain. And pain is what we’re trying to avoid.
So we’ll say it again: Don’t eat the CBD cream!