“More than half of the users were using a daily dose below 50 mg via a sublingual route of administration. Most were using CBD daily, sometimes multiple times per day. We found that respondents who use CBD for self-perceived anxiety and stress tend to use it several times per day, whilst respondents endorsing using CBD for sleep take it in the evening, indicating that user patterns vary according to the symptoms.”
The skin is known as a protective layer of the body, but its functions are beyond that. In fact, it also serves as a molecular pathway that quickly absorbs lipid-based oils, including ones that are infused in CBD salves.
First, most CBD-infused products are derived from industrial hemp. As a consumer, it is important to know where and how the hemp plants were sourced. As stated on its website, Herbal Fracture uses hemp plants grown in Colorado and farmed using organic cultivation techniques.
What is a CBD salve?
Second, there are different ways to extract CBD from hemp plants, but not all are safe. Herbal Fracture makes sure your CBD is at its purest and free from any harmful chemicals. It uses a state-of-the-art CO2 extraction process.
Fifth, its Miracle Salve lives up to its name. There is a reason they placed the word “miracle” there. I have been using this for 2 long years, and indeed, this truly does wonders. All body pains, aches, and sore spots miraculously disappear within a few minutes.
Although I personally use salves for my lower back pain and occasional sore spots, salves are also effective in chronic skin conditions such as psoriasis and eczema. Like my grandmother, people suffering from arthritis can also benefit from using CBD salves.