Does your thirsty skin need a refreshing drink of water? Tired of painfully dry and cracking skin? Skin in desperate shape? CBD butter to the rescue! Our Rescue Butter falls somewhere between a CBD balm and cannabis massage oil. It’s a marijuana salve without the high. Using topical cannabis is increasing in popularity — and for a good reason. Cannabis ointment can be an extremely healthy addition to the skin.
Our 500mg CBD Balm Rescue Butter is an infused and whipped butter containing the natural plant element CBD. It is a soothing, calming, and hydrating blend of mango butter, raspberry seed oil, cranberry seed oil, English poppy seed oil, and kokum butter. Best of all, this rescue butter can not only help replenish the skin — it also doubles as a moisturizing cannabis massage oil.
- An intensely nourishing and luscious form of topical cannabis
- Phthalate Free
- Texture and feel on the skin: powerfully hydrating yet light and airy
- Great for use as a cannabis massage oil and ideal for sore muscles and joints
- Don’t be shy about using it in sensitive spots, but please remember — external use only!
- Superb treatment for the harsh winter months
Though packed with oils, a CBD balm is quickly absorbed. The 500 mg rescue butter is our best CBD product for moisturizing dry hands and feet, but it is also great for arms and legs.
Our rescue butter is okay for use on sensitive body areas or as a cannabis massage oil. It is versatile, all-over body butter.
CBD Rescue Butter Ingredients and Oils
Adding in a cannabis ointment is a great way to let your body’s most significant organ experience the therapeutic benefits of CBD.
Each container contains 3 ounces of marijuana salve. The 3 ounce of topical cannabis includes 500 mg of CBD.
Essential ingredients of the rescue butter CBD balm:
- Organic Olive Fruit Oil (Olea Europaea)
- Mango Seed Butter (Mangifera Indica)
- Kokum Seed Butter (Garcinia Indica)
- Cranberry Seed Oil (Vaccinium Macrocarpon)
- Raspberry Seed Oil (Rubus Idaeus)
- Organic Sunflower Seed Oil (Helianthus Annuus)
- Poppy Seed Oil (Papaver Somniferum)
Directions for Using Topical Cannabis
Wondering how to use topical cannabis?
For many people, even those who use CBD regularly, trying a CBD balm is a new experience. It may seem obvious, but it’s not always clear the best way to use CBD on the skin.
Try the Patch Test First
Sometimes it’s best to try a patch test before applying anything to a large portion of your skin.
To do this, apply the cannabis massage oil, marijuana salve, topical cannabis, cannabis ointment — whatever you want to call it — to a small section of your skin. Allow it to soak in for a little bit.
Before applying the CBD balm to a more extensive section of your body, you want to make sure you have no adverse reaction of any kind. If irritation develops, you should discontinue use immediately and possibly consult your dermatologist.
In most cases, however, topical cannabis is so gentle on the skin. Because of this, very few people experience a reaction to it. It usually has a solely positive effect on the skin and helps people feel better.
How to Apply a Marijuana Salve
Massage the topical cannabis into the skin. Repeat as desired and as much as you’d like. All you have to do is dip your fingers into the small tin of CBD balm rescue butter and then apply it wherever your skin needs it most!
Apply it to problem areas like sore muscles or joints. You can treat it as a cannabis massage oil too. It feels great on your muscles and also supplies them with a healthy dose of CBD. This can help with pain relief and overall skin health.
Don’t worry — you can’t overdo it with topical cannabis! There are no high or mental side effects at all.
Use in the morning and or night. For body use only — not intended for the face. Avoid contact with your eyes.
In all of our CBD products, you can be assured of full traceability through complete vertical integration. We only use non-GMO hemp cultivars, 100% legal sources, and the use of organic farming practices.
Also, all of our products are Heavy Metal and Pesticide FREE!
Keep out of reach of children.
Awesome Benefits of Cannabis Ointment
Hemp oil makes a great moisturizer, plain and simple.
It is excellent for those with sensitive skin, as it is very gentle and nonirritating. The oil itself is not too heavy, which also means that it works great for most skin types, even those with very oily complexions.
It is an especially good moisturizer for those with frequently clogged pores and very oily skin. It allows you to moisturize without making your oily skin problem worse.
If you suffer from tired, dry-looking skin, hemp oil could be the answer you need. Its moisturizing qualities are also long-lasting, so you won’t feel the need to reapply throughout the day.
All these properties make it a great everyday moisturizer, and one that will keep your skin looking healthy over the long run.
Why do we prioritize the quality and integrity of our products? We’ll be honest — we want you to love our topical CBD products and keep coming back! We aim to provide a wonderful experience with CBD through all of our offerings.
Here at Try the CBD, we support the growing popularity of CBD and desire for more and more people to experience its beneficial effects. We do our part by operating as an honest and responsible CBD company with high-quality CBD products in our lineup.
Continue reading on our CBD Lotion blog for more information.
Why Use CBD on the Skin?
Many people know about the positive benefits of CBD. And many people know that there is a variety of ways a person can take CBD.
But the most popular ways to take CBD are usually to ingest it, vape it, or make a CBD tincture orally. In other words, internal use is the most common way that people take CBD.
So why apply CBD to the skin? What does external use do for you? Can it make any difference if you’re not consuming it?
We think so! Many people swear by using a marijuana salve on their skin. It seems to work wonders for a wide variety of conditions. Sure, you’re not swallowing or consuming CBD into your body. But topical cannabis can still work on a cellular level as it absorbs into your skin.
By applying a CBD balm or butter to your body externally, you’re providing your skin and even muscles with the same tender loving care that you give the rest of your body when you ingest CBD in another way. Topical products can provide a more tangible and visible difference in some cases.
As you allow the healing power of topical cannabis to work on your skin, you are likely to be thrilled with the results. Apply our buttered CBD balm to your skin in winter or summer and see what it does for you.
How Does It Work?
Rescue your skin from dryness and poor health!
A CBD balm, even in the whipped and creamy form of butter, can help to hydrate and replenish the skin noticeably. Providing your skin with a healthy extra layer of nourishment is an excellent idea. You should also make sure it’s something that will offer benefits to your skin’s health when you apply it.
Best of all, a marijuana salve can be a good addition or even replacement to a person’s existing skin care regimen. Many drug store products are full of questionable chemicals and additives. Topical cannabis, on the other hand, is a more natural and gentle alternative yet still just as effective.
CBD in the form of topical cannabis also has some anti-inflammatory properties. This may help to soothe angry skin conditions like acne and painful rashes. Plus, dryness is no match for the gentle healing power of CBD.
By helping to balance, restore, and nourish the skin, a CBD balm product may make all the difference. It also works to clean, purify, and protect the skin from foreign bodies in the environment.
You can also treat this 500 mg CBD rescue butter as a cannabis massage oil. Offer your partner a massage or request one for yourself and see where it leads! CBD is gentle and non-toxic on the skin yet may still be able to provide some of the therapeutic benefits people seek from using cannabis in the first place.
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