Add a CBD Treatment to a massage and experience the benefits of Hemp and CBD! Each CBD Treatment includes 150mg of Full Spectrum Hemp Oil Extract with 100mg of CBD. Choose one of our massage services that is right for your needs, and add a CBD Treatment. Our expert massage therapists will use CBD infused oil during the massage to ease tired muscles and help you relax the day away. Take home any unused oil to use later, and make sure to check out our selection of CBD Creams and Droppers to continue your healing at home!
Choose one of our massage services that is right for your needs, and add a CBD Treatment. Our expert massage therapists will use CBD infused oil during the massage to ease tired muscles and help you relax the day away. Take home any unused oil to use later, and make sure to check out our selection of CBD Creams and Droppers to continue your healing at home!
**We use Full Spectrum Hemp Oil Extract with CBD. Some employers have restrictions on CBD and Hemp so make sure to check first if you are subject to testing. **
A. Hemp, or industrial hemp, is a strain of the Cannabis sativa plant species that is grown specifically for the industrial uses of its derived products. Hemp is sometimes confused with the cannabis plants that serve as sources of the drug marijuana and the drug preparation hashish. Although all three products—hemp, marijuana, and hashish—contain tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), a compound that produces psychoactive effects in humans, the variety of cannabis cultivated for hemp has only small amounts of THC relative to that grown for the production of marijuana or hashish.
A. Yes, based on the 2018 Farm Bill, hemp extracts and CBD are legal if they are derived from hemp. Cannabis derived cannabinoids are not legal to sell across state lines.
**Some employers have restrictions on CBD and Hemp so make sure to check first if you are subject to testing. **
A. There is no doubt, CBD has significantly grown in popularity in recent months. People started using CBD products because they’ve heard about it from a family member, friend or co-worker and seen first-hand how it has positively impacted their lives. CBD has significantly transformed the well-being of a large number of people who are now making CBD part of their daily routine. If you haven’t read about all the ailments it can help with yet then we recommend more about it online.
A. The CBD receptors or CB2 receptors are part of our endocannabinoid system, which is the system in the body that helps the keep our nervous system functioning normally. This includes bodily functions like pain, inflammation, and the immune system. Humans as well as animals have CB2 receptors that are found in the nerve and immune cells in just about every organ. When we take CBD products, the CBD binds to CB2 receptors as well as other receptors in the body, helping to heal damaged tissues. Adding CBD oil to a massage will further benefit the stimulation of the body’s receptors and stimulates healing activity which helps alleviate inflammation and pain.
A. The anti-inflammatory and pain relieving agents of CBD reduces inflammation within muscles and joints, allowing the massage therapist to work more effectively. CBD massages are a way to relax and escape stress and added with a Deep Tissue, Signature Massage or Neuromuscular massage will as a result accelerate the recovery and healing process of injured connective tissue.
A. No! CBD is the non-psychoactive compound of the cannabis plant hemp. Even with low levels of THC, there is no high but some employers have restrictions on CBD and Hemp so make sure to check first if you are subject to testing.
A. Before starting any new product, we recommend consulting with your healthcare professional, especially if you are taking medication. Some employers have restrictions on CBD and Hemp so make sure to check first if you are subject to testing.
A. The Company we use, Leafwell Pro, sources hemp from Colorado and Kentucky farmer partners that utilize organic growing practices. This includes not using any chemicals such as pesticides. Our farmers are registered with the department of agriculture and have been consistently compliant with the state.
A. No, all CBD is not the same and yes there is a difference in the types of CBD. CBD oil can be extracted either from different parts of the hemp plant, and some can even contain THC. We use CBD oil from hemp called full spectrum CBD with trace amounts of THC, but not enough to get you “high.” Some employers have restrictions on CBD and Hemp so make sure to check first if you are subject to testing.
A. Broad Spectrum, Full spectrum, Isolate: These all refer to the different types of extraction. Here are the differences:
Broad spectrum products contain an array of cannabinoids and terpenes but zero THC based on the manufacturer’s lab testing. Third party lab reports that are readily available defines which cannabinoids and terpenes are in the product. These products have often gone through additional processing to try to isolate and remove as much THC as possible. In other cases, they are isolate-based with additional cannabinoids and terpenes added in.
On the other hand, Full Spectrum products extract a full profile of beneficial cannabinoids and terpenes from the cannabis plant. Full spectrum hemp oil extract will contain trace amounts of THC, but not enough to get you “high.” Some employers have restrictions on CBD and Hemp so make sure to check first if you are subject to testing.
Full-spectrum CBD oils are the most common form of cannabis use for medical purposes. Full-spectrum CBD by definition is derived from cannabis plants. These plants include THC, but in such low amounts that the plant is considered legal in all States, so it becomes classified as Hemp. CBD full spectrum is made up of hundreds of cannabinoids embedded in the cannabis plant, unlike CBD isolate products. When bundled together a scenario known as the “entourage effect” is achieved. CBD advocates say that full spectrum can create a powerful CBD treatment. This surpasses so-called CBD isolate products, which work individually to treat various medical issues. Those elements include healing properties like protein, fiber, fatty acids, and rich essential vitamins.
In that regard, full-spectrum CBD oil is widely credited with helping treat serious medical conditions like anxiety, depression, muscle pain, migraines, and other adverse medical conditions.
That’s where the entourage effect comes into play. Gathered together, as a whole plant filled with a wide array of cannabinoids, users can avail themselves of a full menu of cannabinoid compounds.
Isolate refers to an extraction process that, isolates CBD from the rest of the compounds in the cannabis plant. This creates a CBD product that tests as high as 99% pure CBD.
Also called a relaxation massage, the Swedish massage gives many benefits. It relaxes the body and improves circulation and range of motion. Experience reduced muscle tension and more importantly mood elevation. The pressure applied during this massage therapy can vary from light to firm. If it’s your first time at the spa or you don’t get massaged often, this is the best massage session to schedule.
The Deep Tissue Massage is a deep pressure therapy and can be a ‘hurts in a good way’ kind of feeling. Releases tension, concentrating on the deep layers of the muscles. Pressure is firm to deep and very effective on tight muscles, tendons, and connective tissue. This therapy provides relief for chronic tension and also used to treat various physical ailments.
Sports massage is similar to deep tissue massage but is more targeted on treating minor and chronic injuries. Can also focus on improving your posture. Generally use active and passive stretching to help realign and loosen muscle fibers. Releasing tightness in muscles is a key objective. As the muscles around joints relax, it increases the joints’ range of motion. Similar to the Deep Tissue Massage, this is a deep pressure therapy and can be a ‘hurts in a good way’ kind of feeling. Our Trained therapists use firm to deep pressure on tight muscles, tendons, and connective tissue. This therapy provides relief for chronic tension and also used to treat various physical ailments.
The Signature Massage is our specialty massage and most recommended service. Combines the therapies of Swedish Massage, Deep Tissue and Sports Massage for a customized therapy session. Therapeutic pressure can be applied lightly or deep pressure. Depending on the needs of each area of the body along with targeted stretching therefore loosens tight muscles and joints. A truly unique experience.
When a muscle injury is hurting, the fibers and the fascia that surrounds the muscle have formed tight/trigger points. This causes the muscle to shorten and limits the range of motion and function in the joints. This limited range of motion will stress the joints and cause pain and a variety of other symptoms. Myofascial release massage/ neuromuscular therapy treats these symptoms by releasing the uneven tightness in injured fascia. Schedule a session today with one of our skilled massage therapists.