Nothing puts restrictions on an active lifestyle like the chronic pain and stiff, swollen joints resulting from arthritis. But there is good news – help is at hand with the natural Love of Limbs arthritis cream, which contains soothing ingredients designed to ease pain and reduce inflammation.
Our arthritis pain cream contains two important ingredients: a coconut oil carrier and CBD oil, which has been found to be effective in decreasing pain and inflammation. Coconut oil has a wide variety of health benefits; it can relieve skin irritation, provide moisturisation, help fight infection and promote faster wound healing. However, it has one property that makes it a very suitable carrier for our arthritis pain cream – the presence of antioxidants called polyphenols make it a natural anti-inflammatory, which means it works with the CBD in our cream to help relieve swelling and stiffness.
While coconut oil is a particularly suitable carrier, the real star in our arthritis pain relief cream is CBD oil (cannabidiol). It is only recently that people have become aware of the incredible therapeutic properties of this amazing oil. Most CBD oil is obtained from hemp, a sustainable source with high levels of cannabidiol. The human body makes its own cannabinoids known as endocannabinoids, and these are known to act with CB2 receptors in the immune system to help subdue pain and inflammation. Taking CBD oil helps the body in making more of its own cannabinoids as well as helping the body utilise them more effectively. Therefore, the cannabidiol in our arthritis cream promotes the body’s own healing response, reducing the inflammation and pain associated with both rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis.
Our arthritis cream contains ingredients which offer a powerful punch against both swelling and pain. It can be used anywhere where there is discomfort, whether it’s on the back, joints or hands. The nature of the ingredients in our arthritis cream means that it can also help with skin conditions such as eczema and even reduce bruising.