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Why does "Laguna Breeze" Hemp Relief Cream contain Arnica?

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   What is Arnica and why we use it? Arnica is a yellow mountain flower that grows mainly in Siberia and central Europe. Arnica is most commonly used for pain caused by swelling or sore muscles, osteoarthritis, Arnica is also used for bleeding, bruising, swelling after surgery, and other conditions.    The mountain flower Arnica was probably first popularized in the late 14h century by central and north Europeans. The Germanic tribes noticed it was effective against inflammation.    Even the Shakespeare of Germany, Goethe, appreciated the benefits of Arnica. It is said that he regularly brewed Arnica tea to help recover from a heart...

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Best Simple Daily Skin Care Routine

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If there is one thing in today's world we should know, taking care of our skin should not be considered a luxury or a treat but rather a necessity! With all the pollution and toxins in the air, or our unhealthy diets we can never be completely certain how our skin is affected. 

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Is Aloe really that amazing?

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What is so good about Aloe Vera  Aloe Vera is a popular medicinal plant that is used in the cosmetic, pharmaceutical and food industries. Its leaves are full of a gel-like substance that contains numerous beneficial compounds    Aloe Vera definitely has some unique therapeutic properties, especially when applied as an ointment for the skin. Hard to believe, there are over 1,000 different types of Aloe Vera, Barbadensis Miller Aloe is the most effective on the skin.   Where Does the Healing Come From?  It's the gel inside the leaves that contain the highest levels of bio-activity, but here's what's...

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CBD and Hemp for Pain

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Alright so what exactly is CBD and where does it come from?

CBD stands for cannabinoid and it comes from the Cannabis Sativa plant, not to be confused with marijuana. (which is very easy to do, and you're about to read why)

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