When the seasons change, especially into the cold, snowy days of winter, sometimes our bodies let us know by getting sick, developing dry skin, increased aches and pains, and more. Here are a few ways CBD might help you this winter.
Skincare. The dry, cold winter air depletes your skin from moisture. CBD has shown promise in possibly reliving your dry, scaly winter skin. Along with moisturizing, Our CannaBotanica Dr. line of facial products is designed to add the benefits of CBD to your daily facial routine. Offering deep moisturizing and a residue-free clean, it is a naturally luxurious way to pamper yourself each and every day. PCR is a potent antioxidant, highly anti-inflammatory, and has been shown in multiple studies to overproduction of this ‘sebum’ is what leads to acne and even helping slow down signs of aging because of its neuro-regenerative and antioxidant properties.
Muscle Soreness/Stiffness The cold temperatures can restrict blood flow causing stiff and sore muscles. This is even more pronounced when performing physical activities outdoors. CBD can possibly help reduce muscle soreness and inflammation. Our topical all-natural, full spectrum phyto-cannabinoid rich hemp oil infused topicals which deliver a soothing, warming sensation intended to help with aches, pains and inflammation. It is a product line designed for instant, all-natural pain relief, infused with the highest quality hemp and proprietary ingredients for long lasting pain relief. No THC. No drug test worries. Made with pure cannabidiol oil hemp extracted from the hemp plant. Totally GMO free.
Mood. When the days get shorter and the sun disappears for what seems like months, many develop Seasonal Affective Disorder, or SAD. This is a common condition that impacts more than 300 million yearly. Symptoms include depressed mood, anxiety, general unhappiness, hopelessness, fatigue, and social withdrawal. CBD may help with SAD by increasing mood and decreasing anxiety
CBD can help boost Immunity During cold and flu season. Our immune systems can take a beating. CBD might be able to help fight back. The cannabinoid receptors (CB1 and CB2) in the central, peripheral nervous system, and endocannabinoid system reacts with CBD by improving your immune system by possibly reducing the body’s inflammatory immune response.
Take more ‘me time’ and practice self-care
Taking time for yourself is not selfish. In fact, it’s imperative for optimal health and wellbeing. This is especially true for those in caretaker roles, such as parents and healthcare workers
For people with busy schedules and limited time, making a resolution to engage in self-care may take some planning. However, it’s well worth the time investment.
Self-care doesn’t have to be elaborate or time consuming. It can simply mean taking a bath every week, attending your favorite weekly yoga class, preparing a healthy meal for yourself, going for a walk in nature, or getting an extra hour of sleep.
Wishing a warm, cozy winter to all our subscribers. Enjoy these beautiful winter days and keep looking forward as we leave the uncertain waters of 2020 behind.