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We provide a potent, all-natural solution to pain and so much more, so you can get back to doing what you love and loving what you do


We take pride in having high standards for all our hemp products, starting with the quality and purity of ingredients. We only source raw hemp products that are grown free from chemical fertilizers, herbicides and pesticides. 

We understand that there is good reason to be a cautious shopper. CBD products are largely unregulated in the U.S. market. Independent testing has shown mislabeling and lack of quality control. The biggest issues are strength of CBD (significantly more or less than the label says), the presence of undeclared THC, and contamination with pesticides, metals and solvents. CBD Naturals proudly sources its 99.7% pure isolate and our full spectrum CBD from a well-known and respected US farm in Deming, New Mexico.

If you’ve never tried CBD products, you probably have some questions, and we’re going to try to answer some of those here:


What is CBD?

  • CBD, short for cannabidiol (pronounced ca-nuh-bi-DYE-ol), is an active compound found in the cannabis plant--CBD isolate is not intoxicating.

  • There are three types of CBD, each containing different compounds and concentrations - click here for a summary of the differences

    • Isolate: Contains CBD in its purest form, with no other cannabinoids, flavonoids or tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). It is 99% pure CBD or greater. The process to become isolate eliminates the remaining cannabinoids and plant matter, as well as any flavonoids or terpenes that may be present. CBD isolate is unadulterated CBD, completely free of any undesirable chemicals and compounds.

    • Broad Spectrum: Contains a range of naturally occurring compounds from the cannabis plant, but no THC.

    • Full-Spectrum: Contains all parts of the cannabis plant which may include (a non-intoxicating amount of) up to .3% THC - full-spectrum CBD produces the 'entourage effect'.


How do CBD topicals work?

  • Well, to start with, the human body contains an Endocannabinoid System (ECS). This is a complex, cell-signaling, network of neurotransmitters, or chemical messengers, and cannabinoid receptors in the human body, and when CBD is applied topically, it activates the endocannabinoid system through those receptors. CBD binds to the cannabinoid receptors in your epidermal and dermal skin layers, a process that is thought to result in alleviation of pain and inflammation.

  • Topical CBD works where you use it -- applying CBD Balm to your elbow when your neck hurts won't do you any good (except your elbow may feel extra super fantastic). This can be a benefit or a drawback depending on your situation. For example, if you have chronic pain in your lower back, CBD Balm is your ticket; however if you tend to experience full-body soreness, say after a workout, you'd have to use a heck of a-lot of Balm to cover your entire body, and let’s be honest, that could get preeeetty expensive! If you’re wanting full-body coverage, our CBD Lotion may be a better option for you. 

  • How fast does CBD work? Effects may be felt immediately, to within 30 minutes. Each body is different so you need to try it for yourself.

  • A 2017 review notes that CBD products have fewer side effects than other drugs that doctors use to treat the same conditions.

  • A 2019 study indicates a link between CBD and reduced chronic pain. In the study, 94% of participants experienced improvements in their quality of life. Additionally, a 2015 review notes that CBD may also have anti-inflammatory properties.

  • A 2020 randomized controlled trial suggests that topical CBD may provide pain relief for people with peripheral neuropathy. Researchers found that CBD can significantly reduce intense pain, sharp pain, itchy sensations, and cold.

  • Other research also suggests that topical CBD may be useful for treating joint and muscle pain associated with other conditions, from arthritis to migraines.

  • Topical CBD may also benefit certain skin disorders. A 2019 study suggests that CBD balm is a safe and effective treatment for those with inflammatory skin conditions.

  • The American Academy of Dermatology also notes that topical CBD may be a useful treatment for acne, psoriasis and eczema due to its anti-inflammatory properties.


Is CBD from a hemp plant legal?

  • Yes. The 2018 Farm Bill removed hemp from the legal definition of marijuana vs. hemp in the Controlled Substances Act. This made hemp-derived CBD products with less than 0.3 percent THC federally legal in all 50 states.



  • Human skin is incredibly absorptive, as a matter of a fact, your skin will absorb at least 5 pounds of product every year, so why wouldn’t you choose natural products over gross, often dangerous, synthetic ones? Also, you should always check the ingredients label to make sure you're not applying something you're allergic to or something that, if absorbed, can interact with medications. If you're unsure, talk to your doctor.

  • What’s the difference between balms and other topical products, such as cream? Typically, the primary difference is that balms contain the highest oil content at roughly 80% oil/butter. This means they do not evaporate, ensuring maximum product absorption. Lotions and creams contain between 50%-70% water.


CBD for your pets:

We all know that our pets are more than just animals, they're family. 

That's why we go above and beyond to ensure that they receive the highest quality care. We understand that our furry friends can experience a range of issues, including anxiety and pain. To help them feel their best, we offer two specially formulated blends: one for calming and one for pain relief.

We believe our pets deserve nothing but the best, and we're committed to providing them with the care they need to thrive. So when it comes to your beloved pets, trust us to provide them with the care they deserve. 

For your pet - CBD Isolate Tincture - 600mg
For your pet - Calming/Anxiety Blend Tincture - 600mg (300mg each of CBN & CBD)

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