There’s nothing like soaking in a hot tub, maybe with a candle burning nearby to help lull you into a relaxed mood. You don’t just get clean; you warm up your muscles and let all the stress you’ve collected all day slowly ooze out of every pore.
CBD bath bombs can make the experience even more enjoyable and therapeutic, and cannabinoid rich bath bombs come in a variety of shapes and strengths, so there’s sure to be one that will make your bath an even more incredible experience.
CBD bath bombs are simply cannabinoids, in oil form, often, worked into a “bomb” or ball shape that you drop into the tub while running the water. Once you’re immersed, the CBD gets worked into the first layers of your skin. CBD bath bombs have quickly become one of the most popular cannabinoids on the market, because they ease joint pain and soothe sore muscles, and that means less stress.
But be sure you’ve got the right kind of bath bomb, one that’s actually going to help more than just a good soak would. CBD is fat soluble, not water soluble, so be sure your bath bomb is made with emulsifiers and other ingredients to help it break down. You may notice the bath water has a sheen to it; don’t wipe it off your skin, rub it in.
That’s the way to insure your joints and muscles are getting the most benefits possible from the CBD. Some anecdotal feedback from users makes it clear that CBD bath bombs are good for everything from relieving skin irritations to helping the body recover from a strenuous workout, but experts agree that there is still not enough firm science to say for certain whether CBD bath bombs are indeed medicinal.
The anecdotal evidence is strong, but “there is definitely a lack of research out there,” into the effectiveness of CBD in bath and beauty products, according to Dr. Joyce Imahiyerobo-Ip, director of Cosmetic Dermatology at South Shore Medical Centre, MA. (https://finance.yahoo.com/news/cbd-bath-bombs-really-201000634.html).
Nonetheless, users love them. Here’s a roundup of 10 of the most popular CBD bath bomb makers on the market. Give one a try the next time you’re feeling sore, anxious or just flat-out blue. You may be surprised at just how helpful a CBD bath bomb can be. A quick Internet search will offer up these and other companies that are in on the CBD bath bomb trend, and most of them sell other bath products, too.
- Global Cannabinoids – Based out of Las Vegas, Nevada, Chief Business Developer Ryan Lewis has created five spectacular full spectrum CBD bath bombs including birthday cake, coconut lime, eucalyptus, lavender and sandalwood. These are exclusively available for businesses to purchase and resell for profit.
- Kush Queen, out of Los Angeles, makes CBD bath bombs in a variety of scents, including Frankincense, Chamomile and Lavender. The company has been around for a while, and feedback from fans seems to confirm that the products make good on all the company’s promises.
- De La Beuh CBD Bath bombs are also made on the west coast. This company has more than 11 types to choose from.
- Mirai Clinical CBD Bath bombs are from a Japanese firm that offers an array of products for both relaxation and therapeutic purposes.
- Nikki Stikki Botanicals is a Canadian company that offers bath bombs with as much as 300 mg. In each one. In particular, the company says, these products are good for soothing eczema and psoriasis.
- Purple Leaf based out of Portland Oregon’s products are 100 percent hand-made. Its CBD bath bombs contain 200 mg, which is just the right amount if you need to soak away sore, tired muscles and get rid of anxiety you built up during a long work day.
- Color Up Therapeutics offers CBD bath bombs with as little as 30 mg, which is ideal if you’ve never used one before and are a little nervous about the effects. But remember: bath bombs don’t contain any THC, the active ingredient that gets people high in other CBD products, like edibles or vapes. Still, a “first timer” might be more comfortable with a low dose, building up once you’re sure just how it affects you.
- CBD-MD offers the “Signature Collection,” and the company has gone to great lengths to have some fun with product names. The line includes bath bombs “Romance,” “Rejuvenate,” “Restore” and “Relax,” so you can almost predict how each bath bomb is going to make you feel!
- Tru Organics Bath bombs are available through www.hempdepot.com, and its main line is called the “Relax Collection.” Again, their bath bombs come with different levels of CBD, so feel free to start low and work your way up.
- Life Elements is another west coast operation, and if you like the idea of buying from a company that’s run by a woman, this is right for you! It offers CBD bath bombs, but in addition it has an array of other bath products that are also CBD infused.
- Bath By Bex decided to really get creative when naming its CBD bath bombs, so get ready for products like, “Black As My Soul,” and “Baked Apple Bomb.” The doses range from 100 mg to 300 mg.
Whether you’re looking to recover from a particularly strenuous workout at the gym, shed stress from a long day at the office, relive itching from a rash or psoriasis or trying to calm inflamed joints from arthritis, a long soak in a tub with a CBD bath bomb is sure to help. Maybe there isn’t enough science available yet to say with absolute certainty that these products do what folks say, but frankly, who cares? Listen to the people who use them; those are the opinions that truly matter. And the verdict is in: for the low price of a couple of gourmet coffees, you’ll get your muscles – and your mind – on the mend. Ah…bliss!