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Product Spotlight: Avexia Pain Relief Balm

By Danyal Swan January 25, 2024
Avexia Pain Relief Balm Marijuana Topical

There’s one cannabis option that doesn’t get enough love: topicals. Marijuana balms and lotions are unique ways to explore the benefits of the plant because they do not penetrate your bloodstream – meaning you don’t get high.

That’s not to say that topicals don’t interact with your endocannabinoid system. In fact, you have endocannabinoid receptors in your skin, which is how cannabis-infused topicals provide relief. THC and CBD interact with these receptors, “activating” them, which in turn produces beneficial effects.

And no topical compares to Avexia’s Pain Relief Balm, available in Illinois, Massachusetts, Maryland, New Jersey, Nevada, and Ohio, and brand-new to Pennsylvania.

Avexia Pain Relief Balm

Avexia, which means “wellness” in Greek, is a leader in thoughtful, ratioed products, all to provide plant-based benefits for patients and consumers alike. With the Pain Relief Balm, they achieved just that: soothing relief, in a 1:1 ratio.

Infused with 100mg THC and 100mg CBD, Avexia Pain Relief Balm was crafted to target pain relief and inflammation, potentially softening their edge and in some cases, quelling them completely. As two favored pain-relieving natural therapies, menthol and peppermint oil are hallmark additions to the balm. Menthol provides that delectable cold-to-hot sensation characteristic of THC topicals.

Beyond cannabinoids and pain-relieving ingredients, the balm's base is beeswax, a preferred cosmetic topical due to its hydrating, conditioning, and soothing properties. Oils, too, make this topical a hydrating wonder: conditioning and elasticity-improving jojoba, soothing sunflower, and moisture-locking meadowfoam seed oil to name a few.

Avexia Pain Relief Balm 1:1 THC:CBD

While the topical speaks for itself, so do its awards. Avexia Pain Relief Balm is a multi-year winner in the High Times Cannabis Cup and was named the top marijuana topical in the Chicago Reader.

But don’t take it just from its accolades – here’s what reviewers have to say about Avexia Pain Relief Balm:

Avexia Pain Relief Balm Reviews

Sad to say I'm going to need shoulder replacement. This helps my pain and inflammation until I can have my surgery. I have tried so many topical remedies nothing helps but this is amazing!

Reviewer g****1

Dulls nerve and muscle pain very well. Kind of an icy hot sensation but more tingly than hot. A little goes a long way. Still on my first tube but will buy again.

Reviewer j****6

I use this product for pain relief, I get about 2 hours of partial pain relief that I can't get from doctors, or hydrocodone. my only wish is that I would have tried this sooner, I’m 73 and had never used this type of help, I should have been more open-minded sooner, I tell seniors about it. I hope they give it a try. Thank you so much.

Reviewer n****9

Excellent for arthritis, neuropathy, and overall good for sore muscle pain. I've spread the good news on this product and four people use this now with the same great results. ❤️

Reviewer f****e

I was skeptical, but after just a very thin amount of this, and pain disappears! It helps my neck, back, sore fingers, feet, shoulder…honestly it is like a miracle balm. I don’t ever want to be without this, ever.

Reviewer s****t

Before bed I apply this to my neck and lower back and it eases my muscle tension to fall asleep. By the time morning rolls around I feel much improved from the night before.

Reviewer c****y

Whether you need relief from chronic pain, arthritis, leading up to a surgery, or simply for the errant pulled muscle or twisted ankle, reviewers agree that this balm the Avexia Pain Relief Balm is worth keeping in your medicine cabinet.

How to Use the Balm

From post-surgery to recovery, arthritis to neuropathy, and even leading up to surgery, reviewers state there's a multitude of benefits to this creamy, hydrating topical.

To reap the benefits of Avexia Pain Relief Balm yourself, simply apply where you need relief. The cannabinoids will absorb into your skin, activating receptors and to provide relief. Because you'll reap the benefits where you apply it, if you have multiple pain points, ensure to put it in each pain area.

For maximum absorption, try applying after a nice, hot shower or bath; this ensures your pores are open to absorb the topical readily.

And in the winter months? Try slathering your sore feet in Pain Relief Balm before bed, then putting on fuzzy socks for maximum cozy, soothing effects. The same goes for your hands – rub them down in the balm, then wear some cozy (washable!) gloves to relieve your aching digits. Bonus? The balmy texture will provide intense hydration!

How To Use Avexia Pain Relief Balm

Shop Avexia Pain Relief Balm at a Zen Leaf Near You

Are you ready to add this hydrating, pain-relieving topical to your routine? Shop Avexia Pain Relief Balm at a Zen Leaf near you! While flower or vapes may be your go-to options, adding a topical to your repertoire may be just what you need to take relief to the next level. And be sure to explore the world of Avexia, which includes the Pain Relief Cream (a lotion alternative to the balm), microdosing tablets featuring minor cannabinoids, RSO, and much, much more!

Digital Content Manager for MÜV Florida and Zen Leaf Dispensaries. A cannabis connoisseur with a passion for explaining the miraculous possibility of the plant, Swan began her journey with cannabis as a recreational user and quickly realized its positive impact on her depression and severe anxiety. She joined the cannabis industry as Receptionist and MedTender and witnessed first-hand the immense potential of the plant for a wide variety of ailments, deepening her passion for alternative medicine. Swan is dedicated to self-education on the plant and sharing its potential with all. She holds a Journalism degree from the University of Iowa.

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