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  • by Nicola Boulton August 13, 2022 5 min read


    Many people use CBD bath bombs more since it is another way of using CBD for even beginners. Herein is about CBD bath bombs, including bath bombs, types, and how to use them.

    Hemp-extracted CBD is legal; therefore, it is infused in most skin care products, foods, and drinks, making it easily available for consumers. CBD has many health benefits, including relief from anxiety and stress, which are the main reasons for the wide spread of CBD and thus made its way to the market. Additionally, it is used in treating people with seizures (epilepsy) and post-traumatic stress from many patients who showed positive responses.

    What is CBD

    Cannabidiol CBD is an active chemical compound derived from the hemp and cannabis Sativa plant. According to Burstein (2015), It is known because of its health benefits, including anti-inflammatory effects, relieving stress and anxiety, and reducing muscle pain and soreness, which is why it is infused in creams, oils, and balms. Tetrahydrocannabinol is a popular chemical compound derived from the cannabis plant due to its psychoactive property; it alters the mental functioning of the user. CBD and THC have been extracted from the same plant, but CBD does not have the psychoactive property; however, some studies show that when they are used together, they complement each other, thus having an outrage effect.

    THC less than 0.3% is legal and approved by the food and drugs administration. CBD derived from US-grown hemp is encouraged since it is grown under agricultural regulations. The cannabis plant absorbs all the content found in the environment (in the soil and air). Using many chemicals will directly affect the quality of CBD and the product since the chemicals will be present.

    CBD products can be obtained from online and retail vendors for various purposes, including medical and personal use.

    CBD can be taken into the body in various ways, increasing edibles, sublingual topical, and vapes. Topical CBD is absorbed into the body through the skin; therefore, they are applied on the skin surface. Topical CBD can be transdermal patches, creams, balms, and bath bombs. Gonçalves & Dutra (2019) suggested that CBD interacts with the endocannabinoid receptors on the skin surface and provides healing.

    What Are Bath Bombs

    Bath bombs are balls infused with CBD extract, essential oils, and fragrances. Some contain coloring to give them a good look and for fun. Evans (2020) noted that Bath bombs came in different dosages from 25 milligrams. Therefore, the users have a choice to make based on. CBD bath bombs are not different from the regular ones; they all are used to better the bathing experience. However, CBD as an added ingredient takes the bathing experience to another level since it provides the body with therapeutic benefits.

    The bath bombs release the compound in the water, penetrating the body to provide healing. Using CBD bath bombs cannot make one have the psychoactive effects;

    Types of CBD Bath Bombs

    Three different types of bath bombs are designed based on the types of CBD. They differ based on the compounds they contain.

    CBD Isolate Bath Bombs

    CBD isolate bath bombs contain a pure form of CBD; it has no additives or other natural compounds in the extracted plant. It is less costly than broad and full-spectrum CBD bath bombs, but you will have the health benefits of CBD. Unlike the types of bath bombs, increasing CBD isolates bath bombs dosage will not increase their effectiveness.

    Broad-Spectrum CBD Bath Bombs

    The broad-spectrum CBD bath bombs contain all the cannabinoids that complement CBD from the plant except THC. This is good for people who do not want to have THC in their products; therefore, no worries about having false-positive results.

    Full-Spectrum CBD Bath Bombs

    Full-spectrum CBD contains all the components found in the plant, including terpenes, cannabinoids, and THC, less than 0.3%. Since it has THC, which has psychoactive properties, there are chances when you get tested; you will have a false-positive result. This does not prevent you from experiencing the health benefits of CBD.

    How To Use CBD Bath Bombs

    CBD bath bombs come from 25 to 100 milligrams and above. Therefore, if you are new to using them, it might be hard to know the exact dosage that can serve your needs. Starting small and gradually increasing the dose to your desire is advisable. This will help you know the exact dosage t to be using. It should be noted that when using CBD full and broad-spectrum bath bombs, an increase in the dosage increases its effectiveness which is not the case with CBD isolate.

    Drop the desired amount of bath bombs in the warm bathing water bathtub. Leave it for some time to dissolve in water; release the content into the water. Soak skin for 20 to 30 minutes allowing content to interact and absorb in the body. This provides a healing effect.

    Importance Of Using CBD Bath Bombs

    According to Suraev et al. (2020), CBD can reduce signs of insomnia since it can relax the body and the mind. The study above also noted that CBD helps to reduce muscle and joint pains and soreness due to its anti-inflammatory effect.

    According to Mansee et al. (2005), CBD detoxifies the body organs, such as the guts and liver.  According to García-Gutiérrez et al. (2020), CBD alleviate stress and anxiety. CBD bath bombs give the body a fizzing sensation that calms the mind and the body, reducing stress and anxiety.

    The Risks Of Using CBD Bath Bombs

    According to Cilio et al. (2014), although CBD is a natural ingredient derived from the hemp and Cannabis Sativa plant, there are fewer side effects. The study above also showed that some users reported effects such as increased fatigue, change in appetite, and diarrhea, but they vary among users. Poucher (2013) noted that some fragrances used in making bath bombs tend to affect and cause irritation on the skin. You should stop immediately and rinse yourself if you have any reaction when using the bath bombs.


    it is good w after having a bath bomb bath; not rinse it off the skin to give it more time to interact with it. You can stay with it for long; however, if you don't like the smell, it is allowed to wash it off. Whatever form of CBD you are using, you should consider having a good quality product. A good quality will serve all your interest. Consider buying your products from a reputable and trusted company or brand. Learn more about ready for a cbd bath bomb?


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