This precious African shea butter and CBD oil infusion has a unique dark aroma which represents its high calibre of whole plant extraction.
The addition of the African shea creates a more gentle and more muted flavour profile than the CBD oil and also provides the ideal delivery for topical skin application.
Recommended for; joint pain, insomnia, depression and mood disorders, anxiety, general pain management, inflammation, psoriasis, acne and general bone and brain health.
*A study in 2013 revealed that CBD also reduces cardiovascular disease and improves cholesterol.
*Several studies have revealed that CBD also stabilises diabetes and reduces obesity. Cited from the American Journal of Epidemiology.
HOW TO USE
Place one-quarter to half teaspoon eaten raw per day or in your chosen culinary preparation. Can also be applied topically to problem skin and areas experiencing joint pain. For joint pain, it is best to use the CBD butter while taking the CBD oil orally.
FULL INGREDIENTS LIST
Fairtrade Organic African Shea Butter, Organic Olive Oil, Cannabidiol
The skin has the highest amount and concentration of CB2 receptors in the body. When the SuperFoodLx CBD Butter is applied topically, the antioxidant (which is a more powerful antioxidant than vitamins E and C) in CBD oil has many benefits and can repair damage from free radicals like UV rays and environmental pollutants. Several historical documents show that cannabis preparations have been used for wound healing in both animals and people in a range of cultures across the globe.
As CBD (cannabidiol) is so similar to the chemicals created by our own bodies, they are integrated more efficiently than many synthetic drugs. As a result of this the benefits to the mind and body health in humans and animals are many. According to Bradley E. Alger, a leading scientist in the study of endocannabinoids with a PhD from Harvard in experimental psychology, “With complex actions in our immune system, nervous system, and virtually all of the body’s organs, the endocannabinoids are literally a bridge between body and mind. By understanding this system, we begin to see a mechanism that could connect brain activity and states of physical health and disease.”