The Benefits of CBD Oil Massage Therapy

Looking to reduce pain, inflammation or anxiety? Are you ready to feel more awakened, alert and in a better mood? Tap into the healing properties of CBD oil massage!


What is CBD?

CBD stands for Cannabidiol, one of the many chemical compounds found in the cannabis plant family, the scientific name of which is Cannabis sativa and includes both hemp and marijuana plants. Not all CBD products are the same and there are different kinds of CBD.

What type of CBD is used in CBD oil massage?

CBD Isolate is pure CBD and does not contain any terpenes or THC (tetrahydrocannabinol), the psychotropic compound that gets you high.

Benefits of CBD oil massage:

  • Anti-inflammatory properties
    Cannabidiol, the active cannabinoid in marijuana has been shown to have anti-inflammatory effects. Inflammation can really do a number on your body, especially on the joints and muscles. So, adding a little bit of this oil to a massage can ease sore muscles, and aching joints.

    By reducing inflammation, a massage with CBD oil can help people heal faster, and experience less pain.

  • Pain Reduction
    Adding CBD oil to massage can accelerate pain-relief during massage through the endocannabinoid system. Every organ in our bodies contains receptors including our brain, the skin, nerve cells and immune cells. CBD massage cream provides relief from joint and musculoskeletal pain.

  • Anti-anxiety properties
    CBD oil taps into our CB1 brain receptor, which is associated with serotonin, a neurotransmitter that contributes to feelings of well-being and happiness. Adding this oil to your massage can increase the alleviation of anxiety.

  • Sensory Stimulation Heightened
    Because CBD has a positive effect on the receptors in the body that control serotonin levels, CBD not only lowers anxiety levels, as previously mentioned, it also heightens one’s mood and alertness.

Demystifying CBD Oil - The Truths!

  • CBD Oil is not psychoactive: People are still often cautious of using CBD oils as they sometimes confuse CBD with THC, but there are actually stark differences between the two. While THC is known to get people high or alter their state of mind, CBD does neither. It is not psychoactive and also has more medical use than THC.

  • CBD Oil is not illegal: Congress passed the U.S. Farm bill in December of 2018 which made medical CBD oil legal for use.

For further reading, check out the following summary on a recent study conducted by Brandon Jellison, founder and massage therapist at Lavender Farm Wellness, on consumer motivations and attitudes around CBD products. We believe the offering of CBD oil massage will benefit those looking to alleviate pain, reduce anxiety or improve mood and alertness.

"We collected 161 responses to 19 survey questions. Of the 161 responses, 81 responses collected came from our target customer segment of those in the 45-65-year-old age range. Within our target market of 46-65 years old consumers we received the most feedback from college educated woman. Our most significant finding was that 83% of those with muscle and joint pain said they would consider a CBD remedy. There are several other key points from our survey that resonated with 50% (+/- 5%) of the participants;

  • Already use a CBD product at least sometimes or frequently

  • Have a trusted friend who uses a CBD product

  • Are willing to buy a CBD product

  • Are willing to recommend a CBD product to a friend

Kara Jones