Sera Labs Heel Souffle 300mg
Indulge in the ultimate hydration with this lightweight, non-greasy, whipped moisturizer. This amazing product melts into dehydrated skin and instantly improves cracked, dry heels and bumpy, rough skin. The advanced formula with shea butter, coconut oil, lavender oil, marula oil and 300mg CBD soothes and protects all skin areas.
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- CBD Glossary
The endocannabinoid system regulates various processes in the body to achieve homeostasis. Cannabinoids, like THC and CBD, interact with the endocannabinoid system by binding to cannabinoid receptors. The topical application of CBD body lotion and other topical CBD products to the parts of your body affected by occasional discomforts, like joints, can soothe the affected area.
The topical application of CBD allows users to enjoy the best results. When absorbed through a CBD lotion, salve, or balm, cannabinoid and tetrahydrocannabinol linger in fat cells. When CBD extract is absorbed into the body, THC molecules don’t enter the bloodstream, so users don’t experience a “high.“ The permeability of CBD is tenfold higher than THC, allowing CBD to penetrate deeper into the skin, but not into the bloodstream.
Always ask a dermatologist before using CBD topicals to treat any medical condition like arthritis or if you plan to use prescription medications or over-the-counter medications in combination with CBD isolate.
The consistency, purity, and potency of CBD topicals, including creams, salves, serums, and lotions, varies per product, so choosing the right product depends on personal preference and skin type. Additionally, search for your preferred fragrance and carrier oil. CBD topicals are typically scented with essential oils, including lavender, peppermint oil, and rosemary. Common carrier oils include coconut oil, olive oil, and hemp seed oil.
Whether you’re looking to soothe occasional joint pains, aches and soreness, maintain normal healthy inflammatory levels, or achieve a youthful glow, investing in high-quality CBD body lotion or CBD hemp seed oil-infused cream can help you enjoy CBD’s effects
There is no official recommended serving for CBD. The information on this page is intended to serve as a good starting point only and should not be considered medical advice.
The variables on finding a universally prescribed serving of CBD are almost infinite – weight, diet, metabolism, genetics, environment, and more all affect the perfect serving for you.
Start with the lowest possible serving. Some conditions benefit from low serving size, some benefit from high serving size, and some benefit the most from somewhere in the middle. Slowly working your way up is the best way to find the proper serving size for you.
If you feel you can benefit from a higher serving size of CBD, research suggests increasing your serving every 3-4 weeks to fully process how your current serving size is affecting you.
We also recommend keeping notes on how your CBD serving size affects you – this practice will help you remember accurately which serving size helped you feel your best.
- Full-Spectrum CBD: Contains a full spectrum of cannabinoids and potential traces of THC (≤0.3%).
- Broad-Spectrum CBD: Contains a broad spectrum of cannabinoids, terpenes, and no THC.
- CBD or CBG Isolate: Contains isolated CBD or CBG and no other cannabinoids, terpenes, or THC.
- CBG: Considered the “Mother of All Cannabinoids”. Products may contain ≤0.3% THC.
- CBN: Products may contain ≤0.3% THC.