PureKind Botanicals Soothe Relieving Balm 550 mg
1 full dropper is 66 mg of CBD
Ingredients: mct oil, organic beeswax, organic cocoa butter, organic herb extracts (calendula flower, st. john’s wort, arnica, comfrey root), 550 mg of CBD from full spectrum hemp extract
Effects: potent organic formula, deep relief of muscle and joint soreness, increases blood circulation to affected area, good smell, extremely effective
Extract type: food grade ethanol extraction
PureKind Botanicals Soothe Relieving Balm 550 mg Review
The PureKind Botanicals Soothe Relieving Balm is an exception to the rule for hemp skin-care products. It’s one of the few products that helps with inflammation as well as muscle, joint, and tendon pain; and is also an effective skincare product. The Soothe Relieving Balm moisturizes skin for 4-6 hours.
There are over 550 mg of phyto-cannabinoids in this well-crafted organic formula. The Soothe Relieving Balm comes in an unscented and lemongrass formula. Personally, I like the lemongrass formula. The scent is strong enough, but not overwhelming. The unscented formula of this topical has a slight earthy smell. The lemongrass fragrance is good for awakening the senses and being present in the moment.
I gave a neighbor a sample of the Relieving Balm. She had slammed her finger in a car door and had chronic pain in that finger. She walked back over 20 minutes later in disbelief as her pain had been relieved in such a short time. They use a blend of organic herb extracts to increase the pain and anti-inflammation effects. (calendula flower, St. John’s Wort, arnica, comfrey root)
The unique thing about this product is it’s fast acting and helps increase circulation. Due to its’ strength, I think this product will also be good to treat skin blemishes or skin spots.
I would suggest this product to a friend for joint pain, arthritis pain, tendonitis, pain from over-use patterns, and to help increase circulation. And if you just want a great skin care product that provides 4-6 hours of skin protection against the “dryness of the world” and the “soreness of the world.”