For many people, scars are reminders of an accident, injury, or even disease. Those reminders can be painful and stir up underlying trauma. Some feel embarrassed or ashamed, but for others, the psychological effects are much deeper. The impact of scars can diminish your mental health. In this post, we’ll answer the most common questions […]
Calendula – 5 Amazing Benefits for Skin
Calendula is an herb with a long history of use as a medicinal plant, used for many purposes, including skin care. One of its nicknames is “Mary’s Gold“, referring to the flowers used in early Christian events. Calendula flowers, also sacred in India, were used to decorate the statues of Hindu deities for thousands of […]
CBD and Inflammation: What you should know?
If you are like most people – you have heard a thing or two about CBD by now. But what have you heard about CBD and its effect on inflammation? Short for Cannabidiol (can·na·bid·i·oll), CBD is one of many chemical compounds found in hemp plants. These compounds are also called cannabinoids. CBD promotes wellness without the […]
8 CBD Topicals Being Hailed As Cure-All Magical Elixers
Written by Megan Lane The buzz around cannabidiol is at an all-time high. Commonly referred to as CBD, this natural supplement is a cleaner option in comparison to pharmaceuticals. In recent years, CBD topicals, tinctures, and edibles are touted as “wonder drugs,” and for good reason. To date, 113 cannabinoids have been discovered in the […]
What do you know about CBD?
There’s no denying it – Cannabidiol is officially everywhere! But what do you really know about CBD? You can drink it, eat it, rub it on your skin, put it under your tongue, and take a bath with it. It’s in makeup, bedsheets, lattes, and dog treats. When some people hear “CBD,” they immediately think […]
CBD Cream for Pain: Does it work- and How?
Source Are you one of the 50-116 million Americans that chronic pain affects? It’s a staggering number that exceeds those affected by heart disease, cancer, and diabetes combined (source). Factors like age, education, income, and gender play a role in who experiences chronic pain. For instance, it’s more prevalent in women (source), and people over […]