Comfort Formula + Hemp Extract


2oz bottle, 1500 mg or 25 mg per serving of Full Spectrum Hemp Extract
30 drops per serving (1 Dropper Full), 60 servings per bottle

Reduces acute, chronic, and neuropathic pain, supports natural anti-inflammatory action

Pain keeps you from living the best version of your life. It can be caused by various factors such as an overstimulated nervous system, muscle fiber breakdown, inflammation and anatomical changes as a bone fracture or joint degeneration from aging.

Regardless of the cause, living with pain makes day-to-day life difficult. Botanicals have pain-relieving and anti-inflammatory properties and can be helpful in treating headaches, insomnia, nerve pain, chronic pain and seizure disorders.

Proprietary blend

Full Spectrum Hemp Extract, 1500mg per bottle, plus:

  • Curcuma Longa (turmeric) root
  • Withania somnifaria (Ashwaghanda) root
  • Corydalis ambigua (Corydalis) rhizome
  • Glycyrrhiza glabra (Licorice) root
  • Theobroma Cacao (cacao) nibs
  • Vanilla Planifolia (vanilla) bean
  • Capsicum frutescens (Cayenne) fruit
  • Piper nigrum (Black pepper) fruit in a base of MCT oil

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  • Helps to modulate acute or chronic pain and supports natural anti-inflammatory action
  • Regardless of the cause, physical pain is difficult. Whether it stems from an over-stimulated nervous system, muscle fiber breakdown (read….overexercising), inflammation, and anatomical changes such as a bone fracture or degeneration of joints from aging, it has a deteriorative effect on virtually every aspect of our lives. Botanicals have pain-relieving and anti-inflammatory properties and can be helpful in treating headaches, insomnia, nerve pain, chronic pain and seizure disorders.
  • Curcuma Longa (turmeric) Has extensive Anti-inflammatory effects and pain reduction
  • Withania somnifaria (Ashwaghanda) Reduces pain in arthritic joints, Reduces Nerve pain and inflammation
  • Corydalis ambigua (Corydalis) Reduces intensity of pain due to anti-inflammatory effects
  • Glycyrrhiza glabra (Licorice) Reduction of pain in arthritis and period cramps due to anti-inflammatory effects
  • Theobroma Cacao (cacao) Has effective anti-inflammatory effects
  • Vanilla Planifolia (vanilla) Significant anti-inflammatory effects
  • Capsicum frutescens (Cayenne) Safely improves low back pain
  • Piper nigrum (Black pepper) Has significant pain reducing effects, promotes the absorption of Curcuma longa and Corydalis

Recommendations for Usage
Take 30-60 drops three times per day as needed for pain Store in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight.

Caution: Not for use during pregnancy or in children under 12 years old.

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