Rapid Dissolve Full Spectrum CBD Gel

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GOC’s Rapid Dissolve Full Spectrum CBD Gel provides instant and lasting pain fighting capabilities anywhere you go.

GOC’s Rapid Dissolve Full Spectrum CBD Gel uses a fast acting, quick-drying gel to carry Nano-amplified cannabinoids deep through the skin to the affected areas.

It’s the perfect solution for pain relief on the go. GOC has combined full spectrum hemp extract with Arnica and Boswellia to enhance the natural pain fighting abilities of Full Spectrum CBD.

Gods Own Concentrates Rapid Dissolve Full Spectrum CBD Gel works almost instantly, using a powerful botanical blend to promote blood flow and cool the affected areas. It provides instant and lasting pain fighting capabilities anywhere you go. Don’t leave home without this amazing FAST ACTING gel. Pain be gone with no delay.

Also available: GOC Deep Relief Full Spectrum CBD Cream

Active ingredients: 300 mg Full Spectrum CBD

The cream is popular when used to target:

  • Sports aches and pains!
  • Skin injuries
  • Inflammation and soreness
  • Headaches
  • Psoriasis!
  • Eczema!
  • Athlete’s Foot

Full Spectrum CBD Defined:

The cannabis plant contains hundreds of different phytochemicals including cannabinoids, terpenes, and other compounds. Full spectrum CBD or hemp oil generally refers to products that not only contain CBD but contain the other plant molecules as well. This version of CBD oil is minimally refined, leaving most of the cannabinoids and terpenes intact and in the oil.

Full spectrum, sometimes also called “whole plant,” means the full plant extract is included. Full spectrum provides more of the plant’s molecules in ratios and amounts that nature intended.

While there is still more research to be done, there are indications that show cannabinoids and terpenes work together to influence each other. This synergistic effect is called the entourage effect and has seen CBD work with THC to reduce the effects of a high and CBD to influence ones own cannabinoid receptors.

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