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How to Treat Sore Muscles with CBD


How to Treat Sore Muscles with CBD

We all suffer from sore muscles every now and again. It’s no fun when you have to run errands or be out and about! Even sitting and laying down can be uncomfortable. Most of us don’t want to take Aspirin or other pain relievers every time we feel sore. 

Don’t worry! You don’t have to live with muscle soreness or achy joints anymore because CBD is a great option. Fallen Pollen Apothecary offers CBD for sore muscles and pain relief

CBD Pain Relief Gel

Regardless of your reasons, CBD gel for pain relief is a great alternative for pain relievers or muscle balms. 

None of us could find a good alternative to what was currently on the market. The muscle balms we found all left a strong menthol scent and downright burned. Our CBD Chill Gel has a very mild scent and doesn’t leave you with a burning sensation. You’ll feel a really mild cooling sensation and then...wallah...RELIEF! 

What’s in the CBD Relief Gel? 

If you are a long-term customer, you know our ingredients are all top-notch. If you are new here, welcome! Part of our mission is to use only the highest quality ingredients on the market. Take a look at the ingredients in our CBD Relief Gel:

  • Swiss Apple Stem Cells
  • Menthol
  • Organic CBD
  • Tea Tree Oil
  • Organic Aloe Vera
  • Organic Arnica

Although muscle and ache relief is the goal, why stop there?! The ingredients used in this product support your skin cell longevity and have antimicrobial and antibacterial properties. 

Have a try and let us know what you think. 

Not sure you’re ready to try? Read more about how CBD can help subdue muscle soreness, here

What our Customers are Saying

This gel has helped me with all my aches and pains! I had a rib out of place and I consistently put this on my back and took the CBD drops after getting adjusted. These products helped me during this injury and I will use it from here on out!” - Emily


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