250mg CBD Sunscreen SPF 30
- 250 mg CBD
- Premium Broad Spectrum Formula
- Tropical Coconut
- Proudly sourced from USA hemp
- Guaranteed third-party lab tested results
- 6 oz.
Availability: 15 in stock
250mg CBD Sunscreen SPF 30
Sunscreen is crucial for protecting your skin from harmful UVA/UVB rays. This HempX sunscreen is SPF 30. CBD is beneficial in sunscreen because it absorbs directly into the hair follicles and pores in your skin. CBD also interacts with receptors on the skin’s sensory nerve fibers and tissue to stimulate the endocannabinoid system (ECS) and creates balance in the skin. CBD is also beneficial in sunscreen because of the anti-inflammatory properties of CBD which helps to reduce the redness and pain of a sunburn. Our HempX CBD sunscreen has a tropical coconut scent that reminds you of Hawaii and is perfect for any fun in the sun or every day protection. Lather it on then get out and play!
ABOUT CBD PRODUCTS
Cannabidiol (CBD), is a non-psychoactive and naturally occurring chemical compound extracted from Hemp and cannabis sativa. CBD provides therapeutic benefits without the “high” effects of THC.
CBD is a natural pain reliever and wellness regulator. Your body has a system of cannabinoid receptors built-in called the Endocannabinoid System (ECS). Some jobs of the ECS include regulating your anti-inflammatory response, immune system, mood, stress levels, sleep schedule, and muscle recovery.
Your experience with CBD is going to depend on your health goals. CBD is a wildly versatile compound that you can add to your daily routine to improve overall wellness or use CBD for target specific relief. You must understand that CBD’s effects on the body are subtle but profound. You are likely to feel a gradual improvement in your mental, physical, and overall well-being from CBD. CBD interacts with the receptors in your body, the Endocannabinoid System (ECS), which is always working to keep your body in homeostasis, its optimal state.
Homeostasis is the biological balance in your body’s natural rhythm. Reaching homeostasis puts your body at 100% health; its optimal state. New research is emerging and exploring the link between homeostasis and balance of physical, mental, and even emotional health.
When your body is not in homeostasis it is not at 100%. You may experience higher stress levels, irritability, sleeplessness, soreness, pains and such. This is why taking CBD has helped individuals struggling with depression. Adding CBD to your daily routine is going to regulate your body and activate homeostasis.
The 2018 Farm Bill designates hemp as having 0.3% THC, or less, naturally. Both Hemp and Marijuana are in the cannabis family but Marijuana is always harvested from female plants and typically has high THC levels and low CBD percentage. Hemp has over 10,000 known uses from both the female or male plant depending on the desired product. HempX has sourced premier female hemp genetics for our farm to ensure the best possible outcome for our products.
ECS stands for Endocannabinoid system, a biological system that all mammals have to regulate and process all cannabinoids that enter the body. CBD is 1 type of cannabinoid from more than 400 compounds found in hemp and cannabis. The Endocannabinoid system is responsible for regulating anti-inflammatory response, immune system, appetite, mood, stress, anxiety, and sleep patterns. The ECS is believed to have more cellular receptor sites than any other receptor system in the body. The widespread distribution of these cannabinoid receptors shows just how important the ECS is to our overall body and function of health.
Our Endocannabinoid System (ECS) includes two primary cell receptors, CB1 and CB2. While these receptors are found throughout the body, they tend to concentrate in certain areas. CB1 receptors are abundant in the brain and nervous system, while CB2 receptors are more often found on immune cells, in the gastrointestinal tract, and in the peripheral nervous system.
Hemp extract is the phytocannabinoid concentrate, created through some form of an extraction process, most commonly either with supercritical carbon dioxide or ethanol extraction. The extract’s potency will depend on the levels of cannabinoids in the plant, so each batch of extract will have different levels of cannabinoids. A tip to make sure you are always buying a quality CBD product is to check the test results of the products specific cannabinoid levels.