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CBD massage is massage at the next level!

April 27, 2018

 

If you’ve been injured or experience chronic pain, you understand how difficult finding an effective and lasting treatment can be. We use the healing powers of cannabinoids (CBD) found in cannabis oils and lotions to encourage natural healing. Through our non-intoxicating cannabis products and hands on massage therapies, we’re able to utilize the natural anti-inflammatory elements and other benefits of the plant to help alleviate your chronic pain and provide you with exceptional results.

 

CBDs are being researched constantly and have been seen to provide multiple benefits for the following conditions:

 

·  Muscle Pain / Muscle Spasms

·  Rheumatism and Arthritis Pains

·  Back Pain

·  Sciatica

·  PTSD

·  Anxiety

·  Insomnia

·  Depression

·  Nausea

 

 

 

What role does CBD play in the massage?

The anti-inflammatory and pain relieving agents of CBD reduces inflammation within muscles and joints. People seek massage as a way to relax and escape stress. For athletes, CBD also has the reputation for accelerating the recovery and healing process of injured connective tissue.

 

How CBD works

The CBD receptors (known as CB2) are part of the endocannabinoid system, which is the physiological system that helps the homeostatic functions within the central nervous system. This includes maintenance of bodily functions, pain, inflammation, and the immune system.

 

CB2 receptors are found in nerve and immune cells in just about every organ. CBD binds to CB2 receptors as well as TRPV1 receptors. Damaged tissues sensitize TRPV1 to its chemical and physical stimuli. Adding massage further benefits the stimulation of TRPV1 activity and has a positive influence on the CB2 receptors, which helps alleviate inflammation and pain.

 

Will my massage therapist or I get high from this treatment?

No! CBD is the non-psychoactive compound of the cannabis plant. The products we are using are hemp-derived, as opposed to marijuana-derived.

 

Try a CBD massage and experience the benefits!

 

It’s important to discuss these common questions and misconceptions

to further the development of medicinal cannabis and its positive benefits. Relationships such as massage therapy and cannabis are just the beginning of cannabis’s role in our everyday health.

 

We use high quality products infused with high levels of beneficial Cannabinoids (CBDs). One of the easiest ways to utilize cannabis is through topical application. Topicals are creams, lotions, and oils that have been infused with the essence of the cannabis flower, much like using various essential oils. The topicals are applied to the skin, and are not absorbed into the bloodstream, so they do not produce the typical "high" associated with smoking or ingesting cannabis products.

 

Let us make you a priority!

 

 

 

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