CBD is one of many compounds known as cannabinoids, which are found in cannabis and the cannabis sativa plant (Hemp). Oils that contain concentrations of cannabinoids are known as CBD oils. The concentration and uses of different oils vary. Even though CBD oil comes from Hemp, CBD is an isolated compound that doesn’t create a “high” effect or any form of intoxication — that’s caused by another cannabinoid, known as THC.
-Relieve pain & inflammation
-Promotes great sleep
-Great for your skin
Cannabis is a well-known pain reliever and anti-inflammatory agent. By reducing pain and inflammation in the muscles, the therapist is able to work deeply and effectively. CBD can be helpful for quickening the recovery time of injured connective tissues. By reducing pain, inflammation, and anxiety, the body is brought into deeper states of relaxation where the muscles are looser, and therapists are able to deeply soothe away problem areas. Because deep tissue massages require the therapist to work so deeply in the client’s muscles, cannabis acts as a natural aid to loosening the muscles, thus allowing them greater access.