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Lotus CBD-Infused Pain Relief Balms Launch with Four Different Products

Catherine Toms



Lotus CBD-Infused Pain Relief Balms Launch with Four Different Products
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Cannabidiol (CBD) is continuing to make waves in an array of health areas. In the present market, stories on how CBD has impacted lives are being shared and eventually, relief in CBD form becomes available to consumers. This is how Lotus came about.

Lotus is a family owned business operating in California. The reason for their existence supposedly stemmed from a personal experience. In particular, the founder’s grandmother was experiencing a lot of pain. Upon investigating ways to treat her, the use of CBD crossed their path, and hence we have the Lotus CBD-Infused Balm.

What is the Lotus CBD-Infused Balm?

The intent behind Lotus CBD-Infused Balm is to potentially relieve pain, soreness, inflammation and any kind of discomfort experienced by consumers. Given that it includes CBD, which is deemed suitable for chronic pain because of its anti-inflammatory properties, the creators claim to have considered third-party testing for quality assurance.

Why choose topicals over other mediums of delivery?

According to Lotus, delivering CBD in topical form was the ultimate choice. The reason for this rests in the fact that consumers can apply CBD onto specific regions of the body. For instance, if one goes to the gym, applying on the area of pain is said to induce localized relief. On that note, consumers are advised to apply in small quantities as the balms offered are of extra strength (500mg of CBD).

Lotus CBD-Infused Balm ingredients other than CBD?

In addition to CBD, the Lotus CBD-Infused Balm is said to contain Vitamin E and Calendula oils. In particular, Vitamin E has been associated with pain management, including exercise-related impairment to the muscles, and neuropathic pain among several inflammation-related conditions. Then there’s Calendula, also known as pot marigold, which has been found to reduce redness, swelling and heal scars by increasing blood flow to the wounded area.

Currently offered in four unique scents (i.e. Soothing Lavender, Hawaiian Coconut, Calming Vanilla and Tropical Mango), consumers can expect to invest $48 for 2 ounces. While the price may appear to be rather high, the fact that a small quantity can go a long way needs to be emphasized here. Not to forget that this price reflects the level of strength offered as well!

To find out more on how to achieve pain relief, visit Lotus right here.

Catherine is one of our most respected contributors and active providers of cannabis-related guides and insights here at TOC. She is very well educated with a Bachelors from Smith College, Master’s Degree from the University of Arizona, Certificate in Computer Programming College of Saint Rose and was a writing teacher at the University of Illinois. Her writing has been featured in many major publications and has full intentions of being a transparent and authentic leader for all CBD and hemp oil articles.

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