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Recovery CBD Salve and Tincture

from Bay Grown Farms

A hand-crafted infusion of herbs meant to target specific skin needs like dryness and unevenness.

Strong break-through pain takes a “medicinal level” pain reliever, just like this Recovery Salve by Bay Grown Farms. With 1,000mg of full-spectrum hemp oil, cultivated locally in Rochester, Mass., this topical offers high levels of CBD along with some minor amounts of CBG and CBN. The entire cannabinoid profile and potency report is right on Bay Grown’s website alongside their line of high-end products, offering transparency and homegrown trustworthiness.  

The main ingredient list is natural and simple. With a coconut oil and beeswax base, this salve applies nicely to the skin with maximum absorption. Secondary ingredients include a trifecta of organic essential oils: eucalyptus, tea tree and peppermint, which add a calming and subtle scent, plus a complex herbal infusion of comfrey leaf, slippery elm bark, yarrow leaf, ginger root, chaparral leaf and clove. 

This is a hand-crafted infusion of herbs meant to target specific skin needs like dryness and unevenness. Notably, the chaparral leaf is said to rid your skin of abnormal bumps, growths, warts, basal cells, cold sores and many other skin irritations. This type of healing salve may also be used for general skin irritations, itching, rashes, wounds and abrasions.

The product is packaged in a very simple white plastic screw-top canister, both clean and professional. The two ounce jar is a great travel size, perfect for the purse or gym bag. I found this to be a great holiday gift that looks impressive to anyone on the receiving end. 

Bay Grown also offers a matching Recovery CBD Tincture that is a super cute addition to any gift-giving. The tincture comes in a two ounce dropper bottle, also with 1,000mg CBD and at a price point of $50. Ingredients include: hemp seed oil, MCT oil, grape seed oil, cranberry seed oil, peppermint essential oil, CBD full-spectrum oil, ginger root, cayenne pepper, comfrey leaf and echinacea.

This article was originally published in the January 2022 issue of Northeast Leaf.

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