Cyclists in Seattle have many ways to cope with the rainy season. Mine now includes taking a bath with a CBD bath bomb from Life Elements.
What I can say is the mixture pretty much sucks the aches and pains out of my body after a long ride in the wet cold. I asked one of the Life Elements founders, Martha Van Inwegen, how it worked and she told me
Your skin absorbs more when it’s warm, so by taking a warm bath, the CBD can access the CBD receptors below the skin, faster and easier. So it will work quickly and directly on pain and inflammation. Plus, it works in concert with all the other essential oils to relieve pain further.
The difference between the Life Elements CBD bomb and say 1/2 a bag of Epsom salts is smooth skin, also the CBDs are doing something special.
Also, treat yourself to something nice after all that hard work.
Life Elements CBD Bath Bomb are available direct and on sale now. Of course, they make a nice gift for the cyclist in your family.
Life Elements CBD Bath Bomb Ingredients
3 Strengths: 50 mg | 100 mg | 200 mg full spectrum, hemp-derived CBD oil.
Baking Soda, Citric Acid, Goat Milk, Colloidal Oatmeal, Honey, Maltodextrin, Grapeseed oil, Olive Oil, Cannabis Sativa (Hemp Seed) Oil, Goldenseal, Arnica, Balsam Copaiba, Eucalyptus, Calendula Flower Extract, Neem, Ylang Ylang, Hemp Cannabidiol (CBD), Witch Hazel
Considered a supplement, Life Elements doesn’t make any medical claims about their CBD, but do share this
The CBD used in our Life Elements CBD & Honey™ Collection is derived from industrial hemp, which has the same properties as cannabis-derived CBD, but contains less than 0.3% THC., making it available to anyone in any state, even those without medical marijuana laws.* Cannabidiol, or CBD, has a wide variety of medicinal and therapeutic effects and is a known anti-inflammatory, with antioxidant and anti-aging properties.
If you’re considering taking CBDs for your mental health, see what Floyds of Leadville is doing. Also know that the modern bike industry was built with a couple joints, coffee, and klunkerz. And, rec cannabis, the kind that gets you high, is legal in Seattle