ATLRx

Purest CBD Oils Flower Topicals in Atlanta GA | ATLRx

A combination of MCT oil, Beeswax, Shea Butter, Full Spectrum Distillate, Menthol, Arnica, Vitamin E, and Essential Oils.

Available in two different scents: Lavender (Jasmine + Lavender Essential Oil Blend) and Citrus (Orange Essential Oil + Lemon Essential Oil). Select the scent you prefer, also available in two sizes: 1000 and 1500 mg.

Suggested Use

Apply topically, as needed, to areas of attention. ATLRx hemp plants are non-GMO and grown with no fertilizers or pesticides. Our full-spectrum CBD salve contains cannabinoids, terpenes and other plant molecules.

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CBD Topical Salve FAQ's

How Long Does CBD Salve take to kick in?

With CBD topicals, it’s common for them to react within twenty to forty minutes. Applying the CBD salve directly onto the location allows the topical to be absorbed within your skin, attaching to the CB2 receptor. 

Is CBD Salve Safe?

CBD is a non-psychoactive phytocannabinoid derived from a hemp plant, a species of the cannabis plant. ATLRx is very meticulous with the creation process of its products because transparency is how we conduct ourselves. We source from the best indoor hemp farmers in Colorado, Oregon, and Northern California. We extract our CBD using supercritical CO2 and ethanol; this is the most innovative and cleanest extraction form on the market, giving us a cannabinoid-rich and pure distillate. From here, we go through rigorous testing in a DEA-certified lab that tests for pesticides, metals, solvents, and any potentially harmful residues. With a CBD topical, you’re only going to be addressing that small area of your body. 

Is CBD salve psychoactive?

No, CBD salve is not psychoactive. CBD is a non-psychoactive major cannabinoid derived from hemp, a type of cannabis plant that’s often confused for marijuana. Marijuana contains Delta-9 THC, the psychoactive cannabinoid; the older sibling to Delta-8 THC is derived from hemp plants. 

What's the Difference Between Topical CBD Salves and CBD Oils?

CBD salves and CBD oils are often confused, but there is a difference. CBD salves are topical. CBD oils are a sublingual method. You may often hear about CBD oils being involved in skincare and being used as a beauty product. Remember that CBD oil is not hemp oil. Hemp oil is when hemp seeds are cold-pressed; CBD oil is the extract from a hemp plant. They are different, and some brands often play off of CBD oil, treating hemp seed oil as the same thing. It is not.

How well does topical CBD absorb through the skin?

CBD salve is absorbed through the skin easily and within a short time. Once the CBD topical is applied, there is a twenty to thirty-minute window before it takes effect. From here, the cannabinoid latches onto the CB2 receptor of our ECS (endocannabinoid system) 

 

Does topical CBD absorb into the bloodstream?

CBD salve is not absorbed into the bloodstream. 

 

What is the right amount of CBD salve to apply?

Again, there isn’t necessarily an exact amount because it depends on the severity of the localized area. CBD salve is only going to address the specific area; it doesn’t go through the bloodstream. The best method is  thin layers of CBD salve in the localized area.

What is a CBD salve good for?

A CBD salve is made with a mix of ingredients along with carrier oils, such as beeswax and essential oils. While there are many different kinds available for purchase, they all have one purpose — to deliver  CBD by applying directly to the skin to be absorbed. Once absorbed, effects can be felt in the body. There have been a number of reports from consumers outlining their experience with CBD salves, yet the effectiveness by using this form of CBD remains unproven until more research is conducted.

 

Do CBD Topicals do anything?

By applying a CBD salve opically, the oil-based lipids contained in the product will deliver phytochemicals throughout the cell membranes of the skin. Once applied the CBD salve can start its physiological mechanisms to surround your tissue and cell layers. There have been many reports that CBD salves are effective but these statements are unproven.

How long does it take for CBD salve to kick in?

CBD salves are different from any other CBD product due to the fact they are applied topically and not taken. Therefore, cannabinoids such as CBD found in CBD salves must pass through the skin in order for effects to be felt. When applying a CBD salve topically, effects of CBD can be experienced within minutes and can last several hours, depending on the potency of the product.

How do I choose a CBD topical?

When choosing a CBD topical, be sure to look for the following features: a certificate of analysis (COA), third-party lab tests, and that it contains no more than 0.3% THC. From potency to price point, doing this will help ensure you find the highest quality CBD topical out there.

How is CBD Salve Made?

The majority of CBD salves are made using coconut oil and beeswax. The texture of these kinds of CBD products are unique and different from CBD creams and lotions given its stiff l, yet soft texture — this consistency is due to the beeswax used. Of them all, the most important ingredient is cannabidiol (CBD) which influxes terpenes, and naturally-occurring chemical components.

How Much CBD Is in a CBD Salve?

Salves made from hemp-derived CBD can contain anywhere from 250 milligrams up to a whopping 20,000 milligrams. It all depends on the product you purchase. For those who are in need of a maximum effect, he or she might opt for a higher potency CBD salve, though it may be more expensive. The higher the potency, the prettier the penny.

What Is the Difference Between a Salve and a Cream?

When it comes to creams and salves made with CBD, the only real difference between the two is the consistency. Also, the fact that creams are made with a certain percentage of water in their bases. whereas salves use only oil and wax, which is said to provide a longer product shelf life in comparison to creams. As for which one is better, it all comes down to the person to determine which product is better suited for their needs.