The Ingredients and True Benefits of Our CBD Soothing Salve


Cannabidiol CBD can be used in a variety of ways. But if you want relief from pain and ache, or if you want a solution to any skin problems, our CBD soothing salve is a great choice!

Any cream, lotion, or salve filled with CBD and can be applied directly to the skin is called CBD topical. Our CBD Soothing Salve is carefully formulated to provide relief from various ailments. Our salve can help you relieve muscle pain, joints and is specially made with additional ingredients to soften the skin and heal wounds faster.

A study conducted in 2016 by Hammell Department of Agriculture, University of Kentucky College of Pharmacy, Lexington, performed in rats revealed that using topical CBD may help control pain and inflammation and rheumatoid arthritis.

The American Academy of Dermatology at its 2018 annual conference recommended that CBD products are beneficial for muscle, eczema, and psoriasis.

When we were formulating our salve, we wanted a ‘ One Stop Shop’ that will help reduce pain and skin problems. All ingredients, jojoba oil, shea butter, coconut oil, CBD, Beeswax, and vitamin E are 100% natural with 0% THC. And That’s all we use in our salve!


Jojoba oil

Jojoba oil is a wax-like oil obtained from the seeds of the jojoba plant by extraction. The jojoba is a tree that grows in the arid regions of Arizona, southern California, and Mexico and originates in the southwestern US.

It’s oil has been used by cosmetics and food manufacturers since the 1970s. It is very versatile and has many uses. The popular use of jojoba oil is in cosmetics. It is a component of hair products and skin products. According to health professionals, it is an excellent source of some essential oils that are beneficial for pain relief.

Due to Jojoba’s heavy fat composition, it blends well with other essential oils like eucalyptus and builds effective muscle rubs. Today, you may have found jojoba oil in a variety of beauty and hair care products.

Dr. Zeichner explains jojoba oil is rich in antioxidants that soften the skin and fatty acids that soften and protect the outer layer of the skin. Due to its consistency of oil and hydration, jojoba is an excellent ingredient in lip balm.

People with asteatotic eczema are liable to dryness because their skin does not produce much sebum. It also does not retain moisture. Jojoba can help in the treatment of asteatotic eczema with its analgesic and anti-inflammatory effects, as well as its ability to restore damaged skin barriers.

Jojoba oil contains natural forms of vitamin E. This vitamin works with your skin as an antioxidant. This means that jojoba oil can help your skin fight off the oxidative stress caused by daily exposure to pollutants and other toxic substances.


Shea Butter

Aside from the high-intensity massage properties, did you know that Shea Butter also has strong anti-inflammatory properties? This can help reduce muscle pain and joint pain.

For centuries Shea Butter has been used as a healing oil to treat joint pain, muscle pain, bruising, and inflammation.

In 2010, results from clinical trials show that Shea Butter contains triterpenes compounds that show significant anti-inflammatory and anti-tumor activity. It helps to reduce joint inflammation while improving blood circulation.

Many RMT’s (registered massage therapists) use Moyaa Shea in their practice because Grade A Shea contains Stigmasterol which acts as an anti-inflammatory compound. Shea Butter embedded in the body in massage therapy can have more benefits than the major moisturizing properties and provide relief from pain, tired and overworked muscles. Moya Shea contains cinnamic acid which acts as an anti-inflammatory for your tired skin and muscles.


Coconut oil

Coconut oil is exceedingly popular and it offers many health benefits, tastes delicious, and is widely available.

Radava R Korac, Kapil M Khambholja Department of Pharmaceutical Technology and Cosmetology, Faculty of Pharmacy, University in Belgrade, Vojvode Stepe Belgrade, Serbia. In their study found that coconut oil blocks about 20% of UV radiation.

Chanchal Deep Kaur University Institute of Pharmacy, Pt. Ravishankar Shukla University, Raipur (C.G.) studies have estimated that coconut oil has 7 sun protection factors (SPF) that protect your skin.

One study by Vermen M Verallo-Rowell Skin and Cancer Foundation, Pasig, Philippines showed that coconut oil improves dermatitis and other skin diseases at least as well as mineral oils and other common moisturizers.

In the study conducted by Mara Therese Padilla Evangelista Department of Dermatology, Jose R. Reyes Memorial Medical Center, Manila, Philippines researchers found that children with eczema, 47% of those treated with coconut oil saw significant improvement.

Coconut oil makes a wonderful impression on your legs, arms, and elbows. It can also help to repair cracked heels. Just put a thin coat on your heels at bedtime, wear socks, and continue every night until your heels are smooth.

One study by K G Nevin , T Rajamohan Department of Biology, University of Kerala, Thiruvananthapuram, India found that mice whose wounds were treated with coconut oil reduced the symptoms of inflammation and increased collagen production that is a large part of the skin. As a result, their wounds heal very quickly.


Vitamin E

Vitamin E is a nutrient needed to support your immune system and help your cells to regenerate. It also has anti-inflammatory properties that make it worthwhile in your daily life. Vitamin E is best known for its skin health and appearance benefits. It can be applied topically to your face to reduce inflammation and make your skin look younger.

Vitamin E oil can be used on your face as an antiaging treatment at night. Since vitamin E has a thick texture, it is best to apply it at bedtime so that it can absorb completely. If applied in the morning, you may have difficulty putting cosmetics or serums on top of them.

Generally, you can include a serum or oil mixture containing vitamin E as a complete treatment for your face and skin


CBD isolate

CBD Isolate is the purest form of CBD, it is a solid crystal or powder that contains 99.9% pure CBD. The traditional extraction process first removes all active chemicals from the cannabis plant. Then is followed by an improvement process that removes all other phytocannabinoids, including THC, and any other plant matter. In the end leaving nothing but the proper chemical synthesis of CBD.

CBD isolate is a great option for those who would like to try CBD, but who cannot or do not want to add any tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), which is an active ingredient in cannabis. Most other CBD products contain at least a small percentage of THC.

The tops are meant to be massaged on the skin, so you will apply them directly to the affected area. If you use the product for pain relief, you should start to feel the effects immediately. If you use it for a skin condition, such as acne or eczema, you may need to use it a few times to see results.



As a medicine, beeswax is used to lower cholesterol and relieve pain. It is also used for inflammation ulcers, diarrhea, and hiccups.

In food and drink, white bees and yellow bees treated with alcohol, are used as energy boosters.

In production, yellow and white bees are used as sticks, emulsifiers, and as an enhancement in cosmetics. Beeswax is used as a scent for soaps and perfumes. White bees and absolute bees are used to polish the pills.

Those seeking the greatest therapeutic benefit possible should opt for potent, organic ingredients whenever possible. With the purity and of our ingredients, we created a quality CBD Soothing Salve. Not only does it work as an anti-inflammatory, but also a pain reliever. All while deeply moisturizing and soothing the skin. Just apply a liberal amount on your skin and judge for yourself!


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