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1. Apply small amount of Happy CBD
2. Surround affected area - Happy CBD
3. Wait 15-20 mins - Happy CBD Co.

What is CBD?

Cannabidiol (CBD) is a naturally occurring cannabinoid (chemical compound) of the hemp plant.

Many people confuse hemp with marijuana. Although the two plants share the same genus (Cannabis) they are used differently.

Marijuana usually has high amounts of THC. This is the psychoactive part of the plant. Hemp contains only small amounts of THC (0.3% or less).

How does CBD Work?

Your cells in your body have receptors (known as the Endocannabinoid System) that CBD can act on. When CBD is applied topically, the receptors become activated from the product penetrating the outer layer of the skin.

When included in a massage, CBD’s interaction with your receptors may induce a number of beneficial effects the include blocking pain, reducing inflammation and promoting a feeling of calmness and well being.

Is CBD Safe?

As CBD oil is non-psychoactive, applying it to the skin does not create mind-altering effects in the same manner that THC ingestion does.

The hemp in our products come from 100% federally legal U.S. industrial hemp production and will not cause any psychoactive effects.

How Often Can I Use the Product?

We recommend using this product 1-2 times per day.

Ideally, one application in the evening as CBD aids in relaxation making it the perfect addition to your bedtime routine.

How Should I Apply the Product?

For best results, Tyler suggests surrounding the affected area with the product.

This involves applying the product to the front and back of the area. For instance, if you are experiencing knee pain, you would want to apply the cream to the front and back of your knee, covering the entire area and not just treating where the pain is felt.