Kick Pain to the Curb with CBD ICE Gel

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Do you get muscle or joint pain often? Sometimes the over-the-counter medication doesn’t cut it, and not everyone wants to jump on prescription pain-killers. CBD has shown in studies to be effective in relieving pain and inflammation and using it topically can help you get to the pain at the source. If your pain is getting in the way of your everyday living, this CBD ICE gel may be able to help.

What Is This Product For?

When using topicals, CBD has shown to help with a variety of things from aging skin to pain. The CBD ICE gel is bio-freeze based infused with menthol which gives an immediate cooling and pain relieving effect. Some of the other ingredients (but not all) in this gel that contribute to pain relief are:

Aloe Vera powder


Organic Ilex


Vitamin E

How Do You Use CBD ICE Gel?

You don’t need a lot of this gel for it to work, another beautiful thing about this CBD gel. Shake up the bottle before you use it, and if you haven’t used this gel before you’ll need to test it on your skin. Put a small dab of gel on a small area of your skin to make sure that you aren’t allergic to any of the ingredients. Once you have determined your skin won’t react to the gel, just use a nickel sized amount and gently massage it into the area where you’re in pain. You can do this several times a day, but it’s suggested not to exceed four times a day.

Other Benefits Of CBD Ice Gel

While the main use for this product is pain, there are some other ways this gel can help you. Aloe Vera is useful for healing wounds and reducing inflammation. Tea Tree Oil has shown in studies to have anti-microbial effects and help fight against infection. Vitamin E is an effective antioxidant helping your skin fight off free radicals trying to harm it. Adding this all with CBD oil which can do all of these things as well makes this product diverse and effective.

If you aren’t ready to commit, that’s okay! You can check out this product in our shop and get the trial size to see for yourself how well it works!

Sarah Potts


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