Lab+Blends CBD On-Target Pain Relief Lotion contains 550mg of CBD, which supports the reduction of inflammation and pain signaling to the brain. Combined with the powerful pain relievers of Menthol and Lidocaine, it penetrates deep through the skin to deliver fast relief to muscles, nerves, ligaments, and tendons for h Hours after a hemp extract produced by a Colorado company was made available for purchase on Target.com, the CBD oil was taken off of the company's website. Update: It appears from checking Target.com and from a report on The Cannabist that CW Hemp products have been pulled down from the site. POPSUGAR has reached
CBD Pain Relief Lotion On Target 500mg
Lab+Blends CBD On-Target Pain Relief Lotion contains 550mg of CBD, which supports the reduction of inflammation and pain signaling to the brain. Combined with the powerful pain relievers of Menthol and Lidocaine, it penetrates deep through the skin to deliver fast relief to muscles, nerves, ligaments, and tendons for hours of comfort. This effective lotion contains Arnica Extract to increase recovery from muscle pain, stiffness, and swelling from injuries.
Lab+Blends products are made in a way to optimize the naturally occurring terpenes, constituents, essential fatty acids, and phytonutrients, allowing you to use it anytime you need without worrying about unwanted side-effects.
- Contains 500 mg of pure Cannabidiol CBD Extract with no mind-altering components.
- 2.75% Menthol and 2.35% Lidocaine added for advanced pain relief.
- Penetrates deeply to target the source of the pain.
- Gives rapid, strong, long-lasting comfort.
- Effective relief for minor arthritis pain, backache, muscle and joint pain.
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Other Ingredients: Water, Emulsifying Wax NF, Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride, Cannabis Sativa Seed Oil (Hempseed Oil), Sunflower Oil, Cetyl Alcohol, Phenoxyethanol and Ethylhexylglycerin, Pure Cannabidiol CBD Extract, TEA, Polysorbate 20, ArnicaExtract, Carbomer, Sodium Hydroxide, EDTA, BHT.
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We will gladly accept any new products that are returned within 30 days from the purchase date, a 5% restocking fee will apply. The product must be in new condition, unused, and its original packaging. Original shipping charges are non-refundable. Customers are responsible for shipping charges on returned items. We do not accept CODs.
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CBD Oil Added—Then Quickly Removed—From Target’s Shopping Website
Earlier this week, Target added CBD oil to their online store, making it one of the few places where one could obtain a CBD product via a multi-national retail corporation—one, that is, in the same class as big-hitters like Walmart and Kmart.
Unfortunately, this would prove to be short-lived: Only hours after the hemp extracts were made available for purchase on Thursday morning, they were yanked off (digital) shelves.
CW Hemp, a company based out of Denver, Colorado, announced on Thursday that their brand of CBD oil named “Charlotte’s Web,” among three other product lines, would be available to buy straight from Target’s website. Later that afternoon, these wares were taken down without any explanation from the corporation.
For confirmation, a search on the Target website for “CW Hemp” yielded no returns, with the exception of a “no results found” page, as confirmed by the Cannabist, which broke the story.
Final Hit: CBD Oil Removed From Target’s Online Store
In a statement obtained by the Cannabist, Target explained their reason for removing the product from their website.
“We started carrying Charlotte’s Web hemp extract items last week on Target.com,” a spokesperson wrote. “After further review, we have decided to remove it from our assortment.”
Since then, representatives from the corporation have not commented on the matter. Subsequently, no further information has been given on the sudden removal.
This isn’t a first time a major chain has sold a cannabis-related product and swiftly took it down from their e-commerce site. Back in July, Walmart began selling a rosin press for dabs at their online store and then immediately took it down with no word as to why.
Like Target, Walmart did not issue a release on the matter.
While CBD oil, a compound extracted from hemp, contains none of the psychoactive effects of THC, it is still not considered legal in all 50 states. Companies that produce CBD oil have long held to the claim that the legality of their product is defined by the fact that CBD products are almost always derived from hemp.
According to the DEA, however, this definition does not adhere to the cannabis plant’s status as a Schedule I drug or its ruling under the Controlled Substances Act (CSA). As the DEA noted, both hemp and marijuana fall under the umbrella category of “cannabis”—so while CBD might not get you high, CBD sales are prohibited in states where cannabis has not been fully legalized.
CBD Oil Has Been Pulled From Target.com
Update: It appears from checking Target.com and from a report on The Cannabist that CW Hemp products have been pulled down from the site. POPSUGAR has reached out to CW Hemp for comment. The Cannabist shared a statement from Target: “We started carrying Charlotte’s Web hemp extract items last week on Target.com. After further review, we have decided to remove it from our assortment.”
Original post: Have you been curious about the powerful wellness effects of all-natural CBD oil? The hemp extract has been helping people across the country sleep better, relieve anxiety without prescription pills, and even stave off epileptic seizures. This plant product has become somewhat of a miracle in a bottle — but the question for many has been, “where do I get this stuff?”
Now it’s easier than ever to try CBD, as you can get it at what we can only assume is America’s favorite store: Target.com now carries CW Hemp CBD products, including the Everyday oil ($40), Everyday Plus oil ($75), and Simply Hemp Capsules ($35). While you’ll still have to order the Everyday Advanced (the extra-strength variety) oil directly from the source, this is the first time a major mainstream retailer will offer the product on such a scale.
Any cannabis products referenced above are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. The writer is not a medical doctor, and their experience is based on personal use, the results of which may not be typical or intended. The legality of cannabis products varies by state, and readers are encouraged to check their local laws before purchasing and using cannabis products. Nothing in this article should be construed as advice regarding the legal status of cannabis products. Any views expressed in this article by a third-party sponsor are those of such sponsor, and do not necessarily represent the views of POPSUGAR.