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Just know that topicals, unlike edibles, serve a different purpose: They’re primarily for targeted surface areas to address tension, spasms, and muscle pain because CBD applied to the skin doesn’t reach your bloodstream. Think of it as spot treating problematic areas. For instance, if your lower back is shot, apply your preferred product to that area only.

Baskin has a lower–dose formula that clocks in at 150mg CBD that costs $20 less. But I say, Go big or go home. Invest in the higher dose if you want real relief all over: It’s meant to be used all over the body versus its cousin, which was specifically created for smaller targeted areas. Beyond that, you can always use the 400mg cream the way you see fit: Nobody is going to stop you if you want to use it only in specific pain points.

POPULUM COLD THERAPY HEMP RUB (100MG; $45)

“CBD is extremely anti-inflammatory and neuroprotective. A normal person may use it to prevent conditions such as arthritis or even topically to prevent acne breakouts,” Dr. Shivani Amin, a physician and cannabis expert who is a member of the AMMPA (American Medical Marijuana Physicians Association), says. “I think CBD shows great promise for the future. It all boils down to educating the public about the correct usage and understanding the plant better.”

Unlike Wildflower, Populum comes in gel form. Also: It’s artic. Kind of like a more aggressive Vick’s Vaporub—so much so that you will definitely need to wash your hands after application. (The last thing you need is to accidentally rub your eyes with that stuff still on your digits.) But it’s effective—despite its relatively low dose of CBD. And a little goes a long way. Use it for minor aches and inconveniences—like when you find yourself stiff because you’ve been sitting on your far-from-ergonomic work chair most of the day. And if you find yourself really hurting, I recommend using a topical that contains both THC and CBD. (More on that below.)

ONYX + ROSE BROAD SPECTRUM CBD BLISS BALM (500MG; $54)

In my early thirties I dabbled in SoulCycle, swimming at the 14th Street Y, and three disastrous attempts at SLT. These days it’s running loops in Central Park, Y7 yoga, and contact combat. And let me tell you, hitting a weekly fitness goal isn’t always easy—especially when you’re rapidly approaching your 40s with a few minor injuries under your belt.

Q: What is the best way to treat my arthritic pain?
A: We find our clients dealing with arthritis have the best results when using a combination of a CBD topical cream and an ingestible full spectrum CBD oil. While the ingestible oil goes right into the bloodstream to fight pain and inflammation, the topical product delivers on the spot relief from aches and pains.

Because the CBD isn’t able to permeate the skin all the way to the bloodstream, CBD creams can be a great choice for those who are just starting their CBD journey and are a little apprehensive about taking a CBD oil orally.

Topical CBD products, like creams, salves, roll-ons, and transdermal patches all allow the CBD molecules to bind with the skin’s cannabinoid receptors. These types of topical products will be best for those suffering from localized aches and pains – think torn or sore muscles, headaches, and arthritic pain. Topical products are also excellent for those suffering from psoriasis, eczema, and other skin ailments.

Find all of your CBD topicals and creams right here from CBD Oil Canada. We offer a large selection of CBD Topicals, all made in Canada, with the best ingredients available. This includes Canadian grown hemp, organic oils, butters, and waxes. We stock a wide variety of topical CBD products, including roll-on pain gels, CBD transdermal patches, lip products, massage oils, sunscreen, and aloe vera, and a wide variety of lotions and salves. We have also added a range of CBD beauty products, including a face serum and men’s beard and face oil! Topical CBD products have been shown to improve muscle soreness and tightness, and can also be a good treatment for a wide array of skin ailments.

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Here are the most commonly asked questions surrounding CBD topical products. If you have a question you don’t see here, please reach out and we’d be happy to help!

There’s a lot of questions out there about when it’s better to use a CBD cream or salve over an ingestible oil. While the research into all things CBD is still quite new, we do know how CBD works when applied topically, and also when it’s ingested as an oil.

Q: Can CBD help with eczema and psoriasis?
A: Yes! CBD has absolutely been shown to help with the inflammation, pain, and discomfort associated with skin ailments such as these. We are seeing more and more people turn from their prescription creams to the totally natural healing benefits of CBD to treat skin conditions such as these.

Q: How do I know which topical CBD product to choose?
A: It really depends on what you’re looking to treat using your CBD cream. For example, those looking for help with psoriasis or eczema will likely want to choose a product that contains minimal ingredients, to avoid any further irritation. Those looking for help with arthritic pain may want to look for a product that contains herbal extracts that can work in conjunction with the CBD to offer even further relief.

To get the most out of using a CBD cream, be sure to try it on a small area of the skin before applying all over, just to ensure there’s no negative reaction. It is also suggested that you apply your CBD cream after having a bath or shower, to optimize absorption.

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