CBD Balm

Our CBD Balms have been designed for seamless topical external application in either balm or quick-drying gel form.

Each CBD balm has been designed for seamless topical external application, allowing you to effortlessly integrate CBD into your wellness and fitness routines. Choose between our innovative CBD gel for joints and muscles or from a range of powerful CBD balm that apply smoothly and easily.


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Avaliable on all products


0% THC

We value your safety

CBD Batch Testing

Batch tested

Third-party testing, always

All Natural CBD

All natural

Our CBD is organically grown

What is CBD Muscle Balm?

CBD muscle balm is simply a traditional muscle balm infused with CBD extract. CBD muscle balms are used to relieve sore areas of muscle or joints. This can be after periods of exercise, intense excursion or simply a long day. These balms include a selection of natural ingredients and are non-greasy, making them an easy addition to any healthy lifestyle.

How Do I Use CBD Balm?

For the best results, gently apply a thin layer of CBD Muscle Balm to the desired areas and continue to massage in thoroughly until it has been completely absorbed. Always ensure to avoid the eye and mouth area, and store at room temperature away from direct sunlight. Please be aware that our products are not suitable for pregnant women and those who are breastfeeding. Always keep out of reach of children.

How Often Should You Use CBD Muscle Balm?

You can apply CBD muscle balm as many times as required throughout the day. We recommend applying CBD balm as often as needed as there is no chance of overdosing on CBD balm. However, if you do notice any significant irritation, pause using the balm and consult your doctor.

How Does CBD Muscle Balm Work?

CBD muscle balm works by the CBD molecules interacting with receptors in the skin. This is similar to many other topical ingredients and is one of the many ways to use CBD. Unlike CBD oils, CBD balms do not introduce CBD to the bloodstream and instead works by interacting with the epidermis (outer skin).