CBD Topical Relief Cream | 800MG

CBD Topical Relief Cream | 800MG

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Our cream contains hemp-derived CBD (zero THC), kukui nut oil, and noni leaf extract. With the rich moisturizing properties of coconut oil, cacao, and shea butter, a little goes a long way in providing deep, long-lasting hydration for your skin. The invigorating scent of peppermint awakens your senses providing a soothing experience for your skin.


"A little goes a long way is right! I put just a tiny bit of the Topical Relief Cream on an ever-present tight and sore neck and shoulder situation and within minutes I went back to get my wallet to purchase 2 jars. I had used CBD oil before but never loved the smell. ʻĀina Organics topical relief cream not only works like magic it smells amazing.  If you have never tried a CBD topical cream start and end with this one. If you have tried others, I swear you will like this one more. I just want to share the magic!"

Aloha! - Mary H. from Portland, OR



Suggested Use
Massage into skin. Repeat as desired. Little goes a long way

Store in a cool dry place. 1-year shelf life.


Ingredients
Shea Butter, Cacao Butter, Coconut Oil, Arnica Oil, Kukui nut oil, Hawaiian Chili Pepper, Grapefruit Seed Extract, CBD Isolate Derived from Hemp, Noni Leaf, Peppermint and Rosemary Essential Oils.


Warning
Do not apply to broken skin or open wounds. Avoid contact with eyes. For external use only. Stop using if rash occurs.



KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN


FDA Disclaimer
The statements made regarding 'Aina Organics products have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. Consult your healthcare provider before use. Cannabinoid use while pregnant or breastfeeding may be harmful. Keep out of reach of children. The statements and products on 'Āina Organics website and links to other websites are not intended to endorse, diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease or treatment.

Hawaiʻi State Disclaimer

This product has been tested pursuant to Chapter 11-37 Subchapter 2, Hawaii Administrative Rules.