CBD For Pain Relief

Currently, there are a variety of topical CBD products available on the market. These include CBD infused topical creams, tinctures, and sprays. These products can be extremely beneficial to people suffering from pain and inflammation.

Topical CBD Products For Pain Relief

Whether you suffer from arthritis, back pain, headaches or other chronic conditions, topical CBD products can help you manage your pain. These products contain CBD, which is a natural substance found in cannabis plants. CBD is also useful for skin conditions like psoriasis and eczema. CBD has been shown to be an anti-inflammatory and can also relieve nerve pain and reduce muscle pain. Of course, be mindful of the fact that it has not been proven to be a cure-all for all pain conditions. For this reason, it is important to consult your health care provider before using CBD. He or she can help you identify the underlying cause of your pain and prescribe medications to treat it. They can also discuss alternative treatment options with you. You should discuss your condition with your doctor before using CBD. You should also avoid using a topical if you are allergic to any of the ingredients. 

Cannabidiol (CBD) is one of the most studied compounds of the 100-plus known cannabinoids found in Cannabis sativa. It’s one of at least 85 active compounds inside cannabis plants and has quickly gained favor among those seeking an alternative approach to daily wellness.

CBD is also a particular type of phytocannabinoid – one of the several identified phytocannabinoids found in Cannabis sativa, including others such as cannabinol (CBN) and cannabigerol (CBG).

A phytocannabinoid is a cannabinoid that synthesizes in plants organically, and conversely, an endocannabinoid is one that our bodies naturally produce. Endocannabinoids and phytocannabinoids react to the same type of receptors stretched throughout the human body, which is why phytocannabinoids are particularly useful.


CBD works to its fullest potential when absorbed into the bloodstream, where it can interact with the endocannabinoid system (ECS). Our ECS is a network of cannabinoid receptors that stretch throughout the entire body. There are two types of cannabinoid receptors – CB1 and CB2. CB1 receptors help regulate many functions related to our central nervous system, while CB2 receptors manage the abilities associated with our peripheral nervous system.

CBD molecules usually bind to CB2 receptors, while THC binds to CB1 receptors. When these cannabinoids attach to these connectors, they transmit signals that travel through the cells – ultimately affecting the cells that surround tissue, the tissues inside an organ, and the many organs of the body. And though CBD usually attaches to CB2 connectors, it can also grasp CB1 receptors – acting as a blockade against other molecules.

Your body’s absorption of CBD from the application area into the bloodstream is known as its “bioavailability” – maximizing bioavailability means allowing more CBD to be readily available for bodily use.If you have tried using a topical CBD product before and haven't seen the results you were looking for, consider trying a different CBD product. You may be surprised at how effective it can be.

In addition to its pain relief benefits, CBD can also reduce inflammation. CBD can also ease anxiety. Its ability to do this comes from its interaction with the human endocannabinoid system. The endocannabinoid system is a network of lipids that are naturally present in the body. They interact with the CB1 and CB2 receptors in the brain and peripheral nervous system. These receptors are responsible for regulating many different functions in the body.

The endocannabinoid system also produces feelings of relaxation. CBD also works with the endocannabinoid system to help reduce pain.

Typically, there are two main categories of CBD products on the market: Full Spectrum and Broad Spectrum.

Our brand of CBD is 100% Hemp Plant Derived Broad-spectrum CBD.  This commercial grade CBD is legal for purchase and sale in all 51 states under the Federal Farm Bill of 2018, which means THC levels must be .3% or lower in the product.  

Broad-spectrum CBD products contain properties of both isolates and full-spectrum, yet they are a different form of cannabinoids. They contain many of the same phytocannabinoids, terpenes, and essential oils as full-spectrum CBD products; however, the THC has been completely removed from the product. Therefore, broad-spectrum CBD offers benefits to those who want to experience the positive effects of CBD but without even the slightest amount of THC

If you are new to using CBD, it's important to read a CBD dosage guide. You may find that you need to use the product for a few days before you see any results. There are many different types of CBD products on the market, but it is best to contact Flex CBD for the highest quality CBD products.

CBD Infused Topical Cream

Whether you're suffering from pain or stress, you might be wondering whether a CBD infused topical cream is right for you. Using CBD creams is a safe, effective way to reduce inflammation and relieve tension.

When applied to the skin, the CBD cream interacts with the endocannabinoid system, which is responsible for processing cannabinoid molecules in the body. The endocannabinoid system is also involved on our bodies natural processes for reducing inflammation and helping the body bring about feelings of relaxation and relief.

The effects of CBD infused topical creams vary based on the ingredients used and the dosage. Our topical creams come in a 4000 mg and 2000 mg strength. Typically, most products only offer around 250-400 mg strength, with only a few higher strength outliers. In this way, FlexCBD is definitely leading the industry in CBD strength.

You can find CBD infused topical creams in a variety of shapes and sizes, from lotions and oils to roll-on treatments. You can also find topicals that are made to target specific types of pain. These creams are also effective at treating skin infections and helping to restore vitality.

A CBD infused topical cream may also be used as a massage treatment. You should apply it to painful areas like your back or joints. You should also read the label carefully and choose a product that contains the right ingredients.

CBD infused topical creams are becoming popular among adults of all ages. However, you should always check with your physician before using any topical cream and ensure that you are not allergic to any of the ingredients.

CBD Infused Topical Spray

Using a CBD Infused Topical Spray for pain relief is an easy way to get fast relief from aches and pains. These products are made from hemp and can be sprayed onto the affected area. They can be used with a variety of different pain conditions.

CBD Infused Topical Spray for pain relief should not be used as a replacement for prescription painkillers, but may be a healthier choice for treatment of persistent aches and pains with little to no side effects.

In addition to containing CBD, these topical products also include anti-inflammatory ingredients. Oftentimes, these products contain menthol, capsaicin, and other pain-fighting ingredients. They can also include a heating or cooling sensation.

If you are allergic to any of the ingredients, contact your health care provider before using the product. Our FlexCBD relief spray comes in a 2000 mg strength, also on the high end for our market.

CBD Infused Tincture (Non-Topical)

Taking a CBD tincture can be a great way to get relief from pain. A CBD tincture is a concentrated solution of cannabinoids and terpenes that is taken under the tongue. It can also be applied topically. It can help provide relief from pain, as well as promoting relaxation.

CBD tinctures may work more quickly in the body than oils, although this isn't always the case. For example, people who have severe pain may need to take longer to notice the effects of a CBD tincture.

For this reason, many experts recommend starting low and working your way up. You can find our Flex CBD tinctures in a standard concentration of 1,500 mg.