Monday, August 17, 2020

Unboxing Lefa Cream

Made with botanicals, Lefa is a soothing topical cream designed to support joint and muscle soreness. It’s formulated with menthol and more than 3,000 mg of CBD and Beta-Caryophyllene (BCP)—a cannabinoid that is a common constituent of the essential oils of numerous spice and food plants, including unripe black pepper seed, and a major component in cannabis sativa (hemp).

Cannabinoids are naturally occurring in the body, and they support the endocannabinoid system (ECS), which works to balance the various processes in the body to achieve homeostasis impacting inflammation, pain management, sleep, stress, and more.

ECS receptors in the body are naturally accepting to BCP to help regulate and ensure the inflammatory system is working properly. To fully support the ECS, taking CBD alone will not provide the expected benefits for which consumers hope. This is why the formulators of Lefa combined the full spectrum of phytocannabinoids in hemp, including CBD, with the powerful cannabinoid BCP—so Lefa could be better than CBD alone.

When topically applied, it binds to a receptor in the body that accepts cannabinoids—CB2. These pain support ingredients in addition to Menthol, Boswellia, Arnica and MSM help with inflammation and soothe sore, stiff muscles and joints.

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Gerrison said...

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RED ARROW said...

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Emprise said...

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Anonymous said...

Does cannabis actually work? I've heard a lot of health benefits about that, but I still hesitate.

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