HeartGlow Integrated Massage
Carol Schneider LMT, MMP

CBD Miracle Salve

CBD oil is a naturally occurring, plant based extract from imported hemp. It has no interference with regularly prescribed medications.

I learned to make CBD Miracle Salve while studying for my certification in Medical Massage. CBD Miracle Salve is made from CBD Miracle Oil, organic virgin unrefined Shea Butter, and 100% organic lavender oil. CBD Miracle Salve Oil ingredients are: Extra Virgin Cannabis Sativa Hemp Oil and Cannabis Sativa Oil(Cannabidiol). Not made from marijuana. Legal in all 50 states. You cannot get high from this. It is not meant for internal use. Keep out of reach of children. This is not meant to diagnose or cure any disease. This CBD product is not approved or regulated by the FDA.

CBD Oil has the following benefits:

•Relieves Pain ( Analgetic)

•Kills or Slows Bacteria Growth ( Antibacterial)

•Inhibits Cell Growth in Tumors/Cancer Cells(Anti-Proliferative)

•Reduces Blood Sugar Levels (Anti-diabetic)

•Reduces Seizures and Convulsions (Anti-Epileptic)

•Reduces Inflammation (Anti-Inflammatory)

•Reduces Risk of Artery Blockage (Anti-ischemic)

•Treats Psoriasis (Anti-Psoriatic)

•Tranquilizing, used to manage Psychosis (Antipsychotic)

•Suppresses Muscle Spasms (Antispasmadic)

•Relieves Anxiety (Anxiolytic)

•Promotes Bone Growth (Bone Stimulant)

•Reduces Contractions in the Small Intestines (Intestinal Anti-prokinetic)

•Protects Nervous System Degeneration (Neuroprotective)

According to a 2013 review published in the British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology, studies have found CBD to possess the following medical properties: combats anxiety & depression disorders, combats tumor and cancer cells, combats neurodegenerative disorders, suppresses seizure activity, reduces nausea and vomiting, combats psychosis disorders.

U.S. government-sponsored research at the National Institute of Mental Health determined that THC and CBD both protect brain cells from the effects of stroke and acute head injuries. Drawing upon this research, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services secured a patent, titled “Cannabinoids as Antioxidants and Neuroprotectants,” in 2003. The patent asserted that THC and CBD “are found to have particular application as neuroprotectants, for example in limiting neurological damage following ischemic insults, such as stroke and trauma, or in the treatment of neurodegenerative diseases, such as Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease and HIV dementia.”