If you are new to CBD creams and CBD balms in your massage or body care routine it can be confusing at first on which product to use when. While the products are similar and can be interchangeable they offer exclusive benefits in different situations. The obvious being that the balm works amazing for on-the-go applications or to spot treat. The cream is great for a full-body application. But did you know CBD cream and the CBD balm work well layered or that both have additional uses?
People often ask about the difference between Full Spectrum and Broad Spectrum Hemp Oil. At the moment, there isn't an industry standard definition for each. Some use the term Full Spectrum to describe hemp oil that has a full spectrum of cannabinoids, including trace amounts of THC. Even if there is less than .03%, some would call this a full spectrum. Some use the term Broad Spectrum in reference to hemp oil wherein 100% of the THC has been removed.
A critical component of our formulations is the blend of healing organic herbs we use. We don’t just toss some herbs in there and call it a day. Rather, we use a 6-week process of solar infusion to extract the medicinal properties of the herbs into a blend of organic olive and safflower oils.
Nine of the most powerful herbs to relieve pain and inflammation, especially when due to arthritis, nerve pain, muscle strain, and repetitive stress injury. All these herbs are solar infused into nourishing olive and safflower oil for use in Vital Body Therapeutics topical pain relief products.