MY SKIN WAS WHIPPED BY CBD and I LIKED IT!
My friend, CBD tremendously helped me. When I first got out of a major surgery and after spending 14 days in the hospital, I had these “beauty marks” on my abdomen area that could be described as ugly. I kept looking at them wondering if they would ever disappear or would they always just be there to meet my eyes?
One day a friend dropped by and left me with a jar of CBD skin ointment and a tincture. He told me that I should massage it into my skin whenever and wherever I felt pain. Though, I intently listened, I did think he was off his rocker. I had absolutely no interest in” getting high” after having been on big pharma painkillers for weeks, yet also refusing to become addicted. Turned out, it didn’t get me high and it will not get you high.
A few days passed, but the pain did not, so I decided to give it a try. I was shocked! The CBD gave me relief that suffocated my discomfort. Whenever and wherever I felt pain knocking at my body’s door, I immediately grabbed my new found friend, CBD. As the weeks passed, the pain subsided, lost possession of the victory it once held over me and finally gave way to CBD. I was so relieved. I never liked meds, so it was the perfect and natural alternative. Because CBD was being faithful and trustworthy, I continued using it to nurture the area of my body which had been invaded by surgical weapons of warfare, just in case that old pain decided to revisit. It provided relief for chronic pain and inflammation from a previous shock to the nerves on my spine.
I was stunned one day when I noticed something else. Remember my “beauty marks” that could be described as ugly? Well, they were no longer staring back at me. The CBD had caused them to soften and to even fade into my natural skin tone and soft texture. I am always optimistic, but not easily sold. CBD had me and my skin singing, “Thank you for peace in my body; we have never felt so good!!” I was sold, then and I am sold, now!
Four Twenty FYI’s -
*CBD is an abbreviation of Cannabidiol and does not have the psychoactive properties in THC.
* CBD has been used to relieve pain, treat skin conditions such as eczema, psoriasis and rosacea and sometimes even bugbites and sunburn.
*CBD is not dangerous and is an option for all skin types.
*CBD has an incredible and rich history of medicinal benefits for centuries
WE have an endocannabinoid system. Our bodies produce endocannabinoids which are neurotransmitters that bind to cannabinoid receptors in our nervous system. These receptors’ sole purpose is to process the cannabinoids. In other words, our bodies were meant to respond naturally and positively to CBD. This means our skin is always ready to ABSORB the BENEFITS of (BEVERYTHING BODY) CBD.
20th April 2020. Today, April 20 has become an international counterculture holiday and better known as FOUR TWENTY - the cannabis culture slang for Marijuana consumption.
There exists a few stories surrounding 4:20/April 20.
Today is better known as FOUR TWENTY.
In 1971, five high school students met at 4:20 at the Louis Pasteur statue at San Rafael High School in search of an abandoned cannabis crop.
In 1991, a magazine mentioned 4:20 smoking and a 4/20 holiday.
In 2018, Senator and Senate Minority Leader, Chuck Shumer announced the Marijuana Freedom and Opportunity Act, so people made this date their special weed-smoking day.