What Is A CBD Salve?

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One of most common types of CBD is CBD oil. Through the application of CBD oil, you can take CBD very easily with food. Many people don’t like the idea of using CBD oil in their food because it can affect the taste and it can be extremely bitter. This can often mean finding an alternative dose of CBD that could be added to their routine.

An Excellent Alternative To Using CBD oil Is Using CBD Salves.

Salves work like an ointment and they are designed specifically for treating injuries. Salves were first made thousands of years ago with beeswax and herbs that were made to promote healing or treat injuries. Honey in a salve that can be particularly effective at wound healing but today there are a number of different ingredients that are added into health salves that can improve the healing or pain management process.

CBD Salves contain a suspension of CBD as well as a carrier product that can be used to make sure that the suspension will not degrade. Using products like coconut oil can be an excellent way to keep a salve easy to apply, natural, and healthy for use with CBD.

Through a blend of ingredients, a salve can be used topically and absorbed into the body just like we would absorb other nutrients through the skin. This method can be particularly effective if you are managing pain in specific areas across your body. You can simply rub the salve from the area and tackle the problem in a head-on format. Applying the salve on the point of your pain will make sure you can see results faster.

If you would like to learn more about CBD salves or access the latest CBD salves to manage your dose, contact us today to learn more.

This post was written by Flo Sugyatno, operations manager of PureMed and CBD Expert. At PureMed we are a CBD store in Washington DC. We know that the best product comes from the best ingredients. That’s why we only use local, non-GMO ingredients that are grown without pesticides! We Produce Worry-Free CBD.

Kenneth Bennett Atticus

Atticus Bennett: Atticus, a sports nutritionist, provides dietary advice for athletes, tips for muscle recovery, and nutrition plans to support peak performance.