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Cannabis Corner: CBD Balm

In the battle to stay healthy, and to treat ailments in the most natural way possible, balms are surfacing as one of the best alternative ways to do just that. As discussed in last month’s issue, topicals are becoming more and more popular. As research and testing continue to increase on the benefits of the marijuana plant, more ways to use the medicine are being discovered. This medicine, and this treatment, does not include inhaling, eating or injecting. CBD Balm is a safe and all-natural topical which is bringing medical treatment to a new level.

The balm that is pictured above, produced by Global Xtracts, is a phytocannabinoid-rich hemp oil balm. Its all natural ingredients are beeswax, medium chain triglycerides (a medical food derived from fatty acids and safflower oil), lavender essential oil and eucalyptus essential oil. That’s it, nothing else. There are no chemicals that could cause an adverse reaction. The balm is safe with no side effects.

Because of the cannabinoid rich oil, the balm can be applied to areas of the body where needed and absorbed. The cannabinoids activate the endocannabinoid systems throughout the body. This system is responsible for sleep, appetite, digestion, hunger, mood, motor control, immune function, reproduction and fertility, pleasure and reward, pain, memory and temperature regulation. Many illnesses and disease stems from an imbalance within one or more of these functions. By applying this balm and activating those systems, it gives the body another line of defense. 

All-natural, pure, tested and proven, CBD Balm is a safe alternative to pharmaceuticals to relieve, and sometimes even cure, illness and disease.

CBD Balm can be found exclusively at Earth’s Healing Dispensary, conveniently located at 2075 E. Benson Hwy. and 78 W. River Rd., in Tucson. Connect at See ad, page 31.

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