2 oz Skin Cream contains:
200mg of Pure CBD (from organic Oregon legal hemp (Cannabis sativa)
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4 oz Skin Cream contains:
400mg of Pure CBD (from organic Oregon legal hemp (Cannabis sativa)
Aloe Vera Juice
Idaho Native Mint
Herbal Amy selected people (with diabetic nerve pain, restless leg syndrome and sciatic nerve pain) to try this Cream formula and the results came back exceptionally positive.
DMSO significantly reduces the expression of many pro-inflammatory cytokines/chemokines and prostaglandin E2 (PGE2). These are chemical in the human body that product inflammation in and turn pain.
When applied topically, DMSO has favorable results for people with various acute and chronic musculoskeletal injuries and inflammation. Studies report positive results of DMSO for use on rheumatoid arthritis, degenerative arthritis and gouty arthritis.
DMSO is readily absorbed through skin, and relieves musculoskeletal pain when applied topically to painful areas. Studies of the effects of DMSO on C-type nerve fibers, which mediate pain sensation showed that DMSO slowed and even stopped the conduction of C fiber stopping the pain signal.
What ever you plan to use it for, we think you will be highly satisfied with the results.
2 oz or 4 oz Cream Ingredients:
- 200mg or 400mg CBD (from organic Oregon legal hemp (Cannabis sativa))
- Arnica Infused Oil (Safflower and Sunflower)
- Lidocaine 1%
- Benzocaine 1%
- DMSO 30%
- Menthol Crystals
- Aloe Vera Juice 60%
- Idaho Native Mint EO (Owyhee Mint Oil)
- Germabin II (stabilizer)
 Elisia I, Nakamura H, Lam V, Hofs E, Cederberg R, Cait J, et al. (2016) DMSO Represses Inflammatory Cytokine Production from Human Blood Cells and Reduces Autoimmune Arthritis. PLoS ONE 11(3): e0152538. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0152538
 Heinz John Gerhard Laudahn (1967) CLINICAL EXPERIENCES WITH THE TOPICAL APPLICATION OF DMSO IN ORTHOPEDIC DISEASES: EVALUATION OF 4180 CASES, https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1749-6632.1967.tb34919.x
 M.Steven Evans, Kenneth H. Reid, James B.Sharp Jr., (1993) Dimethylsulfoxide (DMSO) blocks conduction in peripheral nerve C fibers: a possible mechanism of analgesia, https://doi.org/10.1016/0304-3940(93)90522-M