Uh Huh Honey Bee Balm Review

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Product Name: Uh Huh Honey Bee Balm

Brand: Uh Huh Honey

Category: Topical

Star rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Summary: a silky-smooth topical balm that blends BeeFused Honey with oils, herbs, and nourishing vitamin E.

About Uh Huh Honey Bee Balm

A good topical comes down to two things: the right texture and ingredients. This CBD balm hits both marks.

Uh Huh Honey makes CBD products with BeeFused honey, which means the bees feed on hemp plants, getting cannabinoids in their diet from the buds. These cannabinoids are not broken down or absorbed by the bees (insects don’t have an endocannabinoid system) and so they’re stored in the honey.

In addition to honey (which has a long history of being used in skincare) this balm also has MCT oil, coconut oil, palm oil, olive oil, beeswax, and vitamin E, all of which add up to a silky smooth consistency and a balm that takes some time to absorb. It also has an herbal blend that contains sage, lavender, and eucalyptus so it smells great.

To use this balm, scoop out your desired amount of product. If it’s cold, warm it in your hands before spreading it directly on the skin of the affected area. I love using CBD balms for dry skin, the itchy patches that can appear in winter, and on areas where my muscles are sore.

There is a minimal amount of THC in this balm, but it won’t get you high. Topical products activate the endocannabinoid receptors in your skin (your largest organ) but do not pass into the bloodstream.

The reason I give this balm four stars instead of five is because they don’t have a concentration or CBD milligram amount anywhere on its packaging or website. They also don’t have COAs linked on their site, so there’s no way to know how much CBD is really in this balm.

Buy this product: https://www.uhhuhhoney.com/product-page/uh-huh-honey-bee-balm

How do CBD topicals work?

CBD topicals work by activating the endocannabinoid receptors in your skin. Every mammal has an endocannabinoid system, which is responsible for the effects of cannabis as well as producing cannabinoid-like molecules in our body. You have ECS receptors on every organ in your body, including your skin. Since your ECS functions to keep your body balanced and healthy, activating ECS receptors on the skin can help speed along the healing processes.

Published by Jessica Reilly, Writer

Writer, cannabis aficionado, and poetry lover

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