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NewAge HempFreeze Pain Relief Gel: Does Hemp with Turmeric and Menthol Work?

Otto Baynes

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NewAge HempFreeze Pain Relief Gel: Does Hemp with Turmeric and Menthol Work?

Hemp extract is typically oil that is composed of stalks and seeds. For the longest time, consumers have been confusing hemp extract with CBD extract. The difference rests in the fact that CBD is extracted from the stalks, stems and flower but not the seeds. Any product made with hemp seed rarely carries CBD. That said, hemp is no less important than CBD.

What makes hemp seed oils stand out is their source of antioxidants, essential fatty acids and anti-inflammatory properties. Hence, said oils have the ability to promote healthy skin, rid one of irritations and dehydration and promote pain relief.

The purpose of this review is to introduce NewAge’s Hemp Freeze Pain Relief Gel. More specifically, this solution will be analyzed with respect to its aim, ingredients list, ideal application and price factor.

What is the Hemp Freeze Pain Relief Gel?

As the name implies, the Hemp Freeze Pain Relief Gel is a pain relief solution that aims to freeze various types of chronic pain. Offered in topical form, it not only includes hemp (5000mg), but also the likes of turmeric and menthol among others.

Why Combine Turmeric and Menthol with Hemp?

Turmeric and hemp have demonstrated anti-inflammatory properties in multiple studies. In fact, this has led to many findings, specifically when it comes to treating inflammatory bowel disease. Additionally, when combined in an appropriate base, the duo becomes lipophilic – allowing for an ideal delivery system; not to forget the analgesic properties.

Then we have menthol, which is an ingredient that promotes region-specific pain relief. While the research behind the infusion of hemp and menthol are limited, it is assumed that the duo’s similar properties (i.e. antibacterial and anti-inflammatory) is what brought them together.

Other ingredients include Arnica Montana and MSM, both of which are commonly used in topical pain relief solutions.

How should consumers use the Hemp Freeze Pain Relief Gel?

As per NewAge, one teaspoon may suffice. Bearing this in mind, consumers should apply directly on the area of most pain, twice daily; once in the morning, and once prior to going to bed. For a 2-ounce solution, consumers can expect to invest roughly $18.95.

NewAge Hemp Freeze Final Thoughts

Topical solutions have served millions of consumers who’ve witnessed a wide range of chronic pains. One key takeaway is that NewAge’s Hemp Freeze Pain Relief Gel does not contain CBD, but rather hemp seed oil. While the two differ in the source of extraction, they are equally powerful in their properties. The inclusion of multiple anti-inflammatory ingredients makes this cream one worth trying, as they all have been studied in the past. On that note, patience is required for ultimate results, as each individual case is distinctive. To find out more, click here.

Otto Baynes, a self-titled ‘great researcher’ with a Bachelor's Degree in Journalism, Linguistics, and Sociology, is one of the main core contributors at TOC to deliver daily news and fresh takeaways. It becomes very evident when consuming his cleverly-crafted content that his avid health and nutrition research skills are top shelf and are on full display. Watch Otto closely as Mr. Baynes plans to keep a pulse on the rapidly-evolving hemp and CBD industries.

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