- shoulder pain
Tried many balms. Nothing has ever worked as well as this product
the balm is helpful in relieving my shoulder pain. my main complaint is the container is difficult to open.
Very good results........works immediately. soothing and not smelly. eases pain.
Frequently Asked Questions
How is Forest Remedies Hemp Oil Extract different from other hemp oils?
We're so happy you asked. We know there are a lot of options when it comes to hemp oil, and trying to decide on the best one for you can be confusing.
At Forest Remedies, you can always trust you're getting premium quality hemp oil made from plants cultivated without pesticides using regenerative farming practices. From there, we use expert extraction methods that retain more of the plant's natural, beneficial qualities.
Every finished batch is third-party lab tested for safety, purity and potency. The end result is pure hemp extract packed with naturally occurring phytocannabinoids and terpenes to help enhance your everyday health and wellness.*
How do phytocannabinoids act on the body?
Phytocannabinoids, such as cannabidiol, act in the body by interacting with specific receptors. Receptors allow cells in the body to receive and process information, which translates into a biological response.
How is your hemp extract made?
Our unique extraction method uses cold ethanol solution to retain more of the plant’s natural, beneficial qualities. It’s also twice as energy efficient and five times faster than CO2 extraction. So you get more of the good stuff (hemp-derived cannabinoids and terpenes) without any weird chemicals, additives or other fake ingredients.
What is the endocannabinoid system?
The endocannabinoid system (ECS) is a signaling system of receptors and molecules distributed throughout the body. Cannabinoids are not only produced by plants (in this case, they are named phytocannabinoids). Our body can also make cannabinoids. From the word “endogenous,” meaning from within, endocannabinoids and the receptors they and phytocannabinoids bind to make up the ECS. Cannabinoids can act differently at the same receptor or bind to different receptors to produce varying effects. As an area of ongoing biomedical research, understanding of the ECS and the role it plays in health and disease continues to expand.