Our CBD stick is finally here! We truly think this new cbd topical product will be a game changer! After months of product development and quality control testing, we are proud to release our GoGreen Hemp CBD Stick 1000mg. We believe this product will quickly climb to become a customer favorite.
What is CBD?
CBD, also known as cannabidiol, is one over 100 cannabinoids found in the cannabis plant family. Unlike its counterpart THC, CBD is non-intoxicating meaning that it will not give the user a "high". While CBD is one of the most prominent cannabinoids found in the hemp plant, there are a multitude of other cannabinoids present. CBD has become the "it" product after the passing of the 2018 Farm Bill and can be found in numerous products.
Everything You Need To Know About The CBD Stick
Our CBD stick is made with three all-natural ingredients, no extra fillers or binders. We believe in providing products that are in the most natural state possible, so you are able to experience the natural benefits attributed to these clean ingredients. The three ingredients used are beeswax, MCT oil, and our bread and butter broad-spectrum CBD oil.
Coconut Oil – Has softening, protecting and antibacterial properties.
Beeswax – Protective barrier to lock in moisture, but has antibacterial properties as well
CBD – Rich in cannabinoids, phytonutrients, amino acids, omega 3&6, lipids, and more than 70 other compounds. Various properties that help aid the recovery process.
We believe that these three simple ingredients can provide the relief you are looking for!
CBD Stick Attributes
Mess-Free Application - This product is completely mess-free and can be applied without ever having to touch the salve. The stick applicator also allows you to use the pressure from the container to help massage the balm salve into the skin.
Targeted Relief - Using a CBD topical product helps target the precise spot where there are uncomfortable sensations in the body.
All-Natural Ingredients - Three simple natural ingredients, Beeswax, MCT Oil and CBD.
CBD Stick For Discomfort
Two highlighted properties of CBD are it's its damaged tissue fighting properties and its antibacterial properties. Its antibacterial properties mean CBD is an ideal way to prevent bacteria and other pathogens from entering your body by way of broken skin. Ideally, you will apply the CBD to the affected area as soon as the injury occurs. CBD oil not only contains cannabinoids, which are a natural substance produced by the human body, but also terpenes, an unsaturated essential oil that has both cooling and discomfort management properties.. The properties in CBD also tend to accelerate cell revival process and lessen recurring infection.
How CBD Topicals Work
The topical use of CBD is a more targeted relief method meant to be used for specific parts of the body. It is the best way to treat achy joints and sore muscles. In topical administration, the cannabinoids enter the bloodstream through your skin.
As you may know, the skin is the biggest organ in the human body. Unfortunately, the skin has a low absorption rate for cannabinoids because the human skin is not so permeable. As a result, you have to apply a liberal amount of the CBD in order to experience its effects. Therefore, it is important that you choose CBD topical products with high CBD concentrations because they give you a higher chance of getting a reasonable amount of CBD through your skin.
Why You Should Use CBD Topicals
Although the absorption rate is relatively low compared to oral consumption or inhalation, there are still plenty of beneficial proponents of using CBD topical products. Arguably the biggest advantage of using CBD topical products is that they can target a certain area, so you are able to hit the areas of discomfort immediately, instead of having to have the CBD travel through your body.
In the CBD industry, there are various ways of taking CBD and we understand that all of the choices can be a little overwhelming sometimes. That's why we have a friendly and knowledgeable customer service team here to help you choose the right product for your needs.
We hope this article has been useful, but if you have any questions please do not hesitate to reach out as our team will be more than happy to respond. You can reach us via phone at 954-533-0089 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org