Published on 1/25/22
CBD oil is a natural medication that has been shown to relieve pain, including muscle aches. CBD oils are non-addictive and safe making them effective treatments for your condition as well!
CBD oil is a popular supplement that can be taken orally or topically. It’s made by extracting cannabinoids from hemp and mixing them with other ingredients to create topical application creams, lotions, edibles etc., while some people prefer taking it in liquid form (tinctures). The benefits of CBD include treating anxiety disorders such as Post Traumatic Stress Disorder(PTSD), chronic pain conditions like fibromyalgia/chronic fatigue syndrome complex disease management where there are no known cures but this extract helps alleviate most symptoms associated with these diseases including inflammation!
CBD oil is a natural remedy that has been used for centuries to help alleviate pain. Scientists are still trying figure out how it works, but what we do know from research done on this topic shows promising results!
CBD interacts with receptors in your brain which control aspects of our bodies including nerve signals responsible for sending feelings like stress or anxiety along with sensations associated with physical discomfort such as stomach ulcers felt during menstruation due to their proximity near important parts within one’s digestive tract.
One of the most common ways to take CBD oil is by mouth. It can be ingested through pills or as a liquid that you place under your tongue for immediate absorption, which means it will enter into our bloodstream more quickly than other forms like vaping and topical application (which we’ll get into later). When given this option people who prefer sublingual consumption say they feel their effects much quicker – some claim feeling them within minutes whereas others notice an increase hours later after ingestion; whichever way works best for each individual there’s no denying its quick onset period!
CBD oil is a safe and effective way to manage pain, especially muscle related discomfort. The non-psychoactive compound in hemp called Cannabidiol interacts with your brain’s receptors for dopamine which helps regulate moods as well motivation levels when taken orally without any other medications or supplements! This means it can be used alone or combined therapies some people may not like the side effect of mild sleepiness that comes along periodically while using this natural remedy.
Published on 12/13/21
Cannabigerol, known widely as CBG, is one of the many cannabinoids found in hemp or the cannabis plant. CBG is the mother of all cannabinoids. as it is typically the first compound produced by the cannabis plant. Also, other cannabinoids are derived from CBGA (Cannabigerolic) acid, which is the acidic form of CBG.
Published on 10/14/2021
When your dog is feeling anxious or suffering from pain, it can be heartbreaking to the pet’s owners. Luckily, there are things you can do to help your pet better cope with those uncomfortable feelings.
Using CDB dog treats to help manage anxiety is one of the fastest-growing trends in the pet care community today. Although there is still a lack of scientific data regarding the effects of CDB on pets, many pet owners agree that CBD for pain or anxiety can make a difference. More specifically, anecdotal evidence shows that CBD may help you better manage your pet’s anxiety or joint pain.
Introducing the Labor Day 2021 Sale from Bear Claw Extracts
Published on 9/2/2021
This Labor Day Weekend, be sure to visit Bear Claw Extracts to take advantage of our Labor Day Sale! We’re offering 30% – 50% OFF all tinctures and topicals, so you can experience the benefits of natural CBD for yourself!
Our Labor Day Sale runs from Thursday, September 2 to Monday, September 6, 2021 at midnight. Be sure to stock up on our peppermint CBD oil tinctures, original CBD oil tinctures, and our CBD Roll-on Relief Gel and our CBD Peppermint Eucalyptus Salve. Bear Claw Extracts invites you to get outdoors this Labor Day Weekend and experience some adventure of your own!
Published on 8/2/2021