Social distancing has been in place for a while now. People have gotten relatively more used to the quarantine situation. However, getting used to quarantine has also involved letting go of certain habits and schedules that we may have followed very strictly earlier. More time is being spent sitting down, in front of a screen. Sleep cycles have gone haywire. There is no doubt that this can take a toll on everyone. Even with regular exercise and healthy food, these patterns can have an effect. One of the most common ways in which the strain is visible is through aches. Apart from aches and pains, there could be other effects on health as well.
Aches are inconvenient. Nobody likes to deal with a body that is hurting somewhere constantly. Usually body aches are treated with occasional visits to the massage parlor. For chronic conditions, medicines might also be required. However, it is hardly possible to go to a massage parlor at this point. There may be some cases where it is not possible to access medicines as well. What do you do then?
That is when CBD comes into the picture.
There have been many massage trends in the market, and with CBD entering the market, the massage industry is also on the verge of being revolutionized. CBD is rapidly growing in popularity every day. Furthermore, various researches and studies have begun to show the effectiveness of CBD against pains and aches as claimed by many users.
Before we dive into how CBD massages can help, let us understand what CBD is first.
Cannabidiol (or CBD) is a phytocannabinoid, meaning that it naturally occurs in the cannabis plant. It is one among the many cannabinoids that exist in the cannabis plant. The other cannabinoid that is also widely known is tetrahydrocannabinol (or THC).
When thinking about cannabis, the first thought that comes to mind often is stoner culture and getting high. Therefore, many people shy away from the use of CBD. They are concerned about the effect it may have on them. After all, when seeking treatment, people would be wary of any mind-altering effects.
However, this is a misconception. Cannabis is of two types, marijuana and hemp. While marijuana does cause you to get high, hemp is not likely to. The reason that this is the case is because marijuana has a high concentration of THC, while hemp has a higher concentration of CBD. From this, you can understand that CBD does not cause you to get high. THC is the psychoactive element. CBD is safe to consume and will not have any mind-altering effects whatsoever. Furthermore, according to the Farm Bill 2018, only hemp with less than 0.3% THC can be used to extract CBD. This ensures that the CBD products you get will not cause you to get high or show up on a drug test. All our products at Seabedee strictly follow this rule for all of our products. You can even take a look at our third-party lab reports that are present on our website as well as accessible via a QR code on your product in order to confirm the contents of the product.
As mentioned above, many scientific studies have claimed that CBD treats pains and aches, and extraction of CBD oil is also coming into picture stating various uses for it. One can make use of CBD oil in massages that can help you relax and destress, particularly after a hard day.
Since our body itself has an endocannabinoid system, CBD can actually work with it in order to help our body. Using CBD oils and topicals in massages are likely to benefit you and help tense muscles relax.
Furthermore, there is no doubt about the fact that this quarantine period has been a source of stress for all of us. Whether it is the extra workload or the stress of not being able to go out, everyone is feeling the pressure. And we all know that a good massage can be one of the best ways to unwind.
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