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What’s better than a massage? A CBD massage of course!

The benefits of massage therapy are well known. The main effects include alleviating stress and anxiety, promoting muscle relaxation, improving circulation, and aiding in pain management. These therapeutic qualities are directly enhanced by the known effects of CBD.

Through a surge in recent research CBD is becoming accepted as a well-known pain reliever and anti-inflammatory agent. The use of CBD in massage to reduce pain and inflammation is allowing therapists to work more deeply and thus more effectively. Because of this, incorporating CBD into massage treatments is becoming an increasingly more common offering among spas and massage therapists alike.

The restorative properties of CBD and other cannabinoids seem to be an ideal complement to massage for a number of reasons.

Reduce Pain – Pain is a major public health concern. According to the Institute of Medicine (U.S.), approximately 100 million Americans suffer from pain.(1) Chronic pain can be the result of many things, an injury that never properly healed, overuse, or any number of known medical conditions. Either way pain can be debilitating.

Massage therapy addresses issues of pain by targeting tense muscles, increasing flexibility, increasing circulation and decreasing inflammation as a result. These benefits help to promote a state of relaxation throughout the body as well as help increase flexibility.

Incorporating CBD oil into your massage routine is a great way to complement the physical effects of massage therapy. CBD helps combat pain by not only working with our endocannabinoid system (ECS) but also by interacting with receptor sites in our nervous system. For this reason, CBD has a great localized effect when used topically. One such receptor is the vanilloid receptor TRPV1. Also known as the capsaicin receptor, this component of the peripheral nervous system has been shown to mediate pain perception, inflammation, as well as body temperature.(2) Using CBD oil topically has been shown to help desensitize the body’s reaction to painful stimuli and thus reduce pain in the problem area.

Reduce Inflammation – Inflammation is the body’s localized response to injury or infection.  When our bodies experience physical trauma or detect foreign organisms our immune system is triggered, sending white blood cells to the affected area to release chemicals that increase blood flow; this results in redness, swelling, heat, and pain.

The long term benefits of message therapy are generally underestimated.  Regular therapy is a great way to improve circulation to damaged muscle. As a result, rich blood supply is moved to these problem areas to promote healing.(3) In addition to bringing new blood flow, massage also helps excrete the buildup of lactic acid from muscles tissue. This in turn increases lymph fluid circulation which helps remove the metabolic waste from the muscles and organs; this helps lower blood pressure and improve bodily function.(3)

Due to recent research, the anti-inflammatory effects of CBD are becoming better known. The benefits of CBD on inflammation occur similar to an immune response. CBD interacts with CB2 receptors primarily located on white blood cells, spleen, and other immune tissues.(4) As mentioned above the accumulation of white blood cells in areas of trauma leads to inflammation and its associated discomfort. CBD has been shown to bind to these receptor sites on immune cells, creating a chain of chemical messages which signal the reduction of inflammation.(4,5)

Integrating CBD oil into a massage treatment is a great way to maximize the benefits of receiving a massage.

Alleviate Stress and Anxiety – We all have stress in our lives. We worry about our jobs, our finances, our families, our friends, our relationships, our health, and so on. These stresses actually contribute to the accumulation of a stress hormone called cortisol. Cortisol has been linked to weight gain, sleeplessness, digestive problems, and headaches.(6)

Massage has been shown to decrease cortisol levels in the body. One of the main reasons for visiting a spa or receiving a massage is for its restorative effects. Using CBD in massage can help increase the experience of relaxation by promoting its effects as an anti-inflammatory and pain-reducing agent.

Aside from its effects topically, CBD taken orally has been shown to bind to serotonin receptor cell 5HT1a in the brain, and induce anxiolytic effects (reduce anxiety) in rodent models.(7)

Improve Skin Health – Applying CBD topically is a great way to improve skin health. Again inflammation is one of the main causes to irritating skin conditions. As highlighted earlier, CBD is a great tool for combating inflammation of all types. The ECS has been linked to regulating many physiological pathways, one of which is cutaneous (skin) cell growth and differentiation.(8) CBD has been shown as a highly effective sebostatic agent in the regulation of sebum (the oil naturally produced in our skin).(8) These findings have led to CBD being utilized in a number of up-and-coming cosmetic and dermatological formulations for improving skin.

Promoting healthy skin is one more reason for incorporating CBD oil into your massage routine. For all works cited click here