CBD Wound Salve
CBD wound salve, Heal It, contains a natural antibiotic, astringent, anti-inflammatory, and anti-fungal properties. It can be used for minor burns, cuts, scrapes, insect bites, rashes, cat scratches, gnarly zits, and more.
Shaving nicks cause bleeding that just won’t stop. Heal It stops the bleeding.
Natural compounds and whole plant-based extracts aid the body in healing itself, repairing damage, and soothing skin irritations. It is chemical, parabens, and petroleum-free. Infused with 40mg Broad Spectrum Hemp CBD reduces inflammation and pain rapidly.
Heal It is also pet friendly. Use on hot spots and minor abrasions for your pets. Shop Pet Products for additional skin healing options.
Directions: Apply to the affected area as needed.
Ingredients: Almond Oil, Olive Oil, Bee’s Wax, Vitamin E Oil, Plantain Leaf, Comfrey Leaf, Rosemary Leaf, Echinacea Root Powder, Yarrow Flowers, Hempseed Oil, Broad Spectrum Hemp CBD Extract.
Don’t let the packaging fool you. The pet topicals have additional options for healing skin issues. What makes them different? All of the ingredients are lick safe. Even so, they still provide superior skin healing ability. For stubborn skin issues try Skin Soother for Dogs
Does CBD heal wounds?
One study, done on human intestine cells growing in lab dishes, suggested that cannabinoids may enhance the closure of wounds. Though it is not clear why cannabis oil may have had a wound-healing effect, in this case, one possible reason might be that the oil reduced inflammation.
Looking for more info? Check out this article from HelloMD Why CBD can heal wounds
Heal it CBD wound salve is excellent for healing surgical sites. Once healed, use this for additional pain relief Full On
CONTAINS ZERO (0) THC
HEMP IS LEGAL IN ALL STATES
The FDA has not evaluated these statements. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Do not use if pregnant or breastfeeding. Consult a physician before use of this or any medication.
California Prop 65 Warning THC can negatively affect pregnancy
Why am I being warned about exposure to cannabis smoke? · Cannabis (marijuana) smoke is on the Proposition 65 list because it can cause cancer. Exposure to cannabis smoke may increase the risk of cancer. · Cannabis smoke is also on the Proposition 65 list because if a pregnant woman smokes cannabis, this can affect the development of the child. For example, this may affect the child’s birth weight, memory, and attention. · Proposition 65 requires businesses to determine if they must provide a warning about significant exposure to listed chemicals.