Soothe your muscles and joints with the Abinoid Botanicals CBD Muscle Salve. This salve features a natural blend of essential oils packed with 12 amazing plant extracts including peppermint, ginger, violet leaf, and basil, working synergistically with one another to create a powerful product. It’s a nice, thick salve that will penetrate deep into the muscles and joints. A little will go a long way!
Each 2oz (60ml) Hemp Joint Salve container contains 150mg full-spectrum hemp oil (CBD).
Why choose Abinoid Botanicals CBD Muscle Salve?
What the heck is Abinoid, you ask? Well, Abinoid Botanicals is a fantastic skincare line that is cannabinoid-based (see what they did there with the clever name) and specializes in all-natural, phytonutrient-packed skincare products for all ages and skin types.
- Full-spectrum hemp oil that includes CBD and other plant-based cannabinoids
- 10+ plant extracts, including violet leaf and basil
- 150mg CBD per 2oz container
How to Use Abinoid Botanicals CBD Muscle Salve:
Apply the Abinoid Botanicals CBD Muscle Salve on the problem area. We recommend starting with a small amount, gently rubbing it onto the skin in soothing circular motions. You may increase the amount used in your applications as needed.
Check out the full line from Abinoid Botanicals here: https://www.greenwellnesslife.com/product-tag/abinoid-botanicals/
Viola tricolor (Violet) leaf, Arnica montana (Arnica) flowers, Symphytumofficinale (Comfrey) Root, Zingiberofficinale (Ginger) root infused in Extra Virgin Olea europaea (Olive) Fruit Oil), Beeswax, Cupressus sempervirens (Cypress) Oil, Mentha piperita (Peppermint) Oil, Origanummajorana (Marjoram) Leaf Oil, Ocimumbasilicum (Basil) Oil, Citrus paradisi (Grapefruit) Peel Oil, Lavandulaangustifolia (Lavender) Oil, Full Spectrum Hemp Oil (150mg CBD)
Note: Pregnant women and lactating mothers should not use this product. Always consult a medical doctor before modifying your diet or using any new product. As with all products on Green Wellness Life, this product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. These statements have not been evaluated by the food and drug administration (FDA).