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Our Keylife Pain Cream is made using 100% biodynamic ingredients, meaning we use only sustainable farming techniques... that utilize no pesticides to ensure little to no impact on the land from which they are produced. It is a more holistic approach to manufacturing that takes all aspects of farming into account, minimizing the footprint we have on the land while maximizing the purity and efficacy of the individual elements. Our pain cream is water-soluble, meaning it is more rapidly absorbed into the body for quicker results and relief from your discomfort. We use a combination of broad-spectrum CBD and other biodynamic ingredients to produce a product that is not only effective at combating pain but one that is great for your overall skin health too. Available in a 5oz volume and 1000mg CBD strength, our Keylife Pain Cream comes in a cooling menthol scent and is the perfect solution for those looking to quickly reduce the level of discomfort they have from muscle and joint issues.
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Keylife Pain Cream is more akin to a traditional dermal pain management product in that it is oil-based, allowing it to adhere and remain on your skin for longer, providing a sustained, time-release effect on your discomfort. By combining our high-quality CBD with various other biodynamic, analgesic ingredients we hope to magnify the efficacy and level of pain relief you receive.
Produced entirely in the U.S., our salve uses broad-spectrum CBD extracted from our own organically grown cannabis plants, cultivated without the application of pesticides, and free from all heavy metals. Because we use broad-spectrum CBD you can rest easy knowing our product is entirely free from all traces of THC. Our Keylife Pain Cream is available in a 5oz size with 1000mg of broad-spectrum CBD in every bottle and comes scented with the cooling and refreshing aroma of menthol.
In order to produce our CBD, we use a two-step extraction and filtration process involving super-critical CO2 and short-path distillation. Super-critical CO2 is initially passed through the harvested cannabis plant matter, isolating the desired CBD cannabinoid from the other elements found within the plant. Super-critical CO2 simply means that the CO2 is both extremely cold and high in pressure (approximately -69º F and 75 pounds PSI)23, allowing it to exist as both a gas and liquid simultaneously, which helps it pass through the plant material more easily and with greater impact on the contents. The CO2 acts as a solvent on the plant matter, helping it to breakdown, before being removed altogether.24 The resulting full-spectrum hemp extract contains not only the CBD we seek, but also additional cannabinoids, terpenes, and even THC. To complete the extraction process, this full-spectrum concentrate is sent along for an additional processing step referred to as short-path distillation, which removes all traces of THC. The resulting extract is high in CBD content, with traces of other lesser cannabinoids but is completely THC free. We combine this “broad-spectrum” CBD with our other analgesic and preservative ingredients to produce our Keylife Pain Cream. Upon production, every one of our Keylife products is third-party lab tested to ensure cannabinoid levels and purity are accurate to label claims.
The medical benefits of CBD are consistently expanding and involving, with Health.harvard.edu stating that it may be useful “for a wide variety of health uses.” These benefits may include, but are not limited to the following:
– The University of Modena found that ointments containing CBD had an impact on scars and skin ailments, “the results showed that topical treatment with CBD-enriched ointment significantly improved the skin parameters,” of the subjects involved.25
– CBD can reduce and minimize the likelihood of both neuropathic and inflammatory pain in patients suffering from issues such as arthritis.1 A study conducted in 2018 discovered that 62% of people self-administering CBD for medical reasons, listed “pain” as being the number one decision for doing so.17
– CBD can help to alleviate muscle tension and reduce joint rigidity. Persons suffering from conditions such as multiple sclerosis could potentially see a reduction in discomfort levels and an improvement in their range of motion.26
– Skin cell roles can be determined by CBD influences on our internal endocannabinoid system. This interaction can also regulate cell production, preventing an accumulation of cells that lead to issues such as psoriasis. CBD also regulates sebum production or the amount of oil exuded by our skin. Fluctuating amounts of sebum can lead to skin dryness or outbreaks such as acne, by inducing homeostasis CBD can offset these fluctuations.4
Traditionally used in a variety of homeopathic remedies, Arnica is an effective treatment in aiding in the recovery from injuries. A 2002 study in England determined that Arnica significantly reduced the pain felt by patients two weeks after completing outpatient hand surgery versus patients who only received a placebo alternative.7 A U.S. study also found that arnica contributed significantly to the reduction of bruises, working more effectively than traditional creams high in levels of vitamin K.27
Lavender has long been used for its restorative and relaxing aroma and may additionally aid in discomfort too. A study from Iran in 2016 looked at the efficacy of using lavender massage oil in helping patients suffering from osteoarthritis. The study determined that the “pain severity of the patients in the intervention group was significantly different immediately and 1 week after the intervention compared with their initial status.”19
Cinnamomum Camphora or Camphor as it is commonly abbreviated is already approved by the FDA in the United States for use in skin products and is one of the common ingredients found in topicals such as Vick’s VapoRub ointment. Camphor is used to help treat a variety of skin issues, including burns, bug bites, and even cold sores.19
Aloe Vera is already widely used in a number of medicinal and beauty products and is well-known for its benefits in treating skin damaged by sunburn or abrasions. Aloe can assist in both healing our skin faster and in minimizing scarring and shows potential positive impacts on acne and other dermal inflammatory issues.21
Manuka Honey has strong antibacterial properties, meaning it may help wounds to heal faster and assist in repairing tissue previously damaged by infections. Honey can also act as both an anti-inflammatory and analgesic, rapidly passing through the skin, working quickly to ease your issues.22
By combining all of these biodynamic ingredients with our carefully cultivated broad-spectrum CBD, we create a potent oil-based pain cream that remains on the skin longer for an all-day reduction in your discomfort. Harness the analgesic power of CBD and other naturally occurring compounds with our luxurious, boutique-quality Keylife Pain Cream today.
FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION (FDA) DISCLOSURE: These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, treat, or cure any disease. Always check with your physician before starting a new dietary supplement program.
- Grinspoon P. “Cannabidiol (CBD) — what we know and what we don’t.” Harvard Medical School, August 2018.
- Pergolizzi JV, Taylor R, LeQuang JA, Raffa RB. “The role and mechanism of action of menthol in topical analgesic products.” Wiley Online Library, Journal of Clinical Pharmacy and Therapeutics, March 2018.
- Lee G, Park J, Kim MS, Seol GH,3 Min SS. “Analgesic effects of eucalyptus essential oil in mice.” US National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health, The Korean Journal of Pain, April 2019.
- “Cannabidiol (Cbd) OTHER NAMES(S): 2-[(1R,6R)-3-Methyl-6-prop-1-en-2-ylcyclohex-2-en-1-yl]-5-pentylbenzene-1,3-diol, CBD.” WebMD, Therapeutic Research Faculty, 2018.
- Ratini, M. “Essential Oils for Knee and Joint Pain.” WebMD, May 2020.
- Bíró T, Tóth BI, Haskó G, Paus R, Pacher P. “The endocannabinoid system of the skin in health and disease: novel perspectives and therapeutic opportunities.” US National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health, Trends in Pharmacological Sciences, October 2009.
- Oláh A, Tóth BI, Borbíró I, Sugawara K, Szöllõsi AG, Czifra G, Pál B, Ambrus L, Kloepper J, Camera E, Ludovici M, Picardo M, Voets T, Zouboulis CC, Paus R, Bíró T. “Cannabidiol exerts sebostatic and antiinflammatory effects on human sebocytes.” National Library of Medicine, National Center for Biotechnology Information, Journal of Clinical Investigation, September 2014.
- Mayo Clinic Staff. “Aloe.” Mayo Clinic, November 2020.
- Stoner SA. “Effects of Marijuana on Mental Health: Anxiety Disorders.” University of Washington, June 2017.
- Sayorwan W, Siripornpanich V, Piriyapunyaporn T, Hongratanaworakit T, Kotchabhakdi N, Ruangrungsi N. “The effects of lavender oil inhalation on emotional states, autonomic nervous system, and brain electrical activity.” National Library of Medicine, National Center for Biotechnology Information, Journal of the Medical Association of Thailand, April 2012.
- Babson KA, Sottile J, Morabito, D. “Cannabis, Cannabinoids, and Sleep: a Review of the Literature.” University of Pennsylvania, March 2017.
- Malik Z, Baik D, Schey R. “The role of cannabinoids in regulation of nausea and vomiting, and visceral pain.” National Library of Medicine, National Center for Biotechnology Information, Current Gastroenterology Reports, February 2015.
- “Neurological Aspects of Medical Use of Cannabidiol.” National Library of Medicine, National Center for Biotechnology Information,
- Mannucci C, Navarra M, Calapai F, Spagnolo EV, Busardò FP, Cas RD, Ippolito FM, Calapai G. “Neurological Aspects of Medical Use of Cannabidiol.” National Library of Medicine, National Center for Biotechnology Information, CNS & Neurological Disorders – Drug Targets, 2017.
- Doheny K. “CBD as a Superbug Antibiotic?” WebMD Health News, June 2019.
- “CBD and Bioavailability.” CBD Awareness Project, July 2019.
- Palmieri B, Laurino C, Vadalà M. “A therapeutic effect of cbd-enriched ointment in inflammatory skin diseases and cutaneous scars.” National Library of Medicine, National Center for Biotechnology Information, April 2019.
- Craighead DH, Alexander LM. “Topical menthol increases cutaneous blood flow.” ScienceDirect, Microvascular Research, September 2016.
- Leu S, Havey J, White LE, Martin N, Yoo SS, Rademaker AW, Alam M. “Accelerated resolution of laser-induced bruising with topical 20% arnica: a rater-blinded randomized controlled trial.” National Library of Medicine, National Center for Biotechnology Information, British Journal of Dermatology, September 2010.
- “Camphor OTHER NAME(S): Alcanfor, Arbre à Camphre, Camphor Tree, Camphora, Camphora Officinarum, Camphre, Camphre de Laurier, Camphre Gomme, Camphrier, Cemphire, Cinnamomum Camphora, dl-Camphor, dl-Camphre, Gum Camphor, Kapur, Karpoora, Karpuram, Laurel Camphor, Laurus camphora.” WebMD, Natural Medicines Comprehensive Database, Therapeutic Research Faculty 2020.
- Nasiri A, Mahmodi MA, Nobakht Z. “Effect of aromatherapy massage with lavender essential oil on pain in patients with osteoarthritis of the knee: A randomized controlled clinical trial.” National Library of Medicine, National Center for Biotechnology Information, Complementary Therapies in Clinical Practice, November 2016.
- Cassoobhoy A. “Aloe Vera.” WebMD, July 2020.
- Nazario, B. “Manuka Honey.” WebMD, February 2021.
- “The Benefits of CO2 Extraction for Making CBD Oil.” PureKana, May 2017.
- “How is CBD Oil Made?” Echo Connection, July 2017.
- Corroon J, Phillips JA. “A Cross-Sectional Study of Cannabidiol Users.” US National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health, Cannabis and Cannabinoid Research, July 2018.
- Jeffrey S L A, Belcher H J C R. “Use of Arnica to relieve pain after carpal-tunnel release surgery.” National Library of Medicine, National Center for Biotechnology Information, Alternative Therapies In Health And Medicine, April 2002.
Keylife Pain Cream is designed with sustained, long-lasting pain management in mind. It is oil-soluble, meaning it adheres and remains on your skin for a greater duration of time versus water-soluble products and it includes a blend of natural analgesic ingredients alongside our high-quality, U.S.-produced CBD.
Broad Spectrum CBD Extract – Farmed from organic, non-GMO cannabis plants, grown entirely within the U.S. and free from the application of all pesticides. Our plants are guaranteed to be free of all heavy metals and tested to ensure purity. Our Keylife Pain Cream uses only broad-spectrum CBD, meaning it contains CBD alongside trace amounts of other cannabinoids, but absolutely no THC whatsoever. Lotions and ointments with CBD have been shown to aid in reducing dermatological issues and scars.16
Menthol Oil – Typically found in the various plants of the mint family, including corn mint and peppermint, menthol produces a naturally cooling effect when applied. Studies have found that the topical application of menthol can also promote increased blood flow.17
Arnica Extract – Arnica is a perennial plant classified as part of the sunflower family. Studies show that it can minimize and eliminate bruises at a quicker rate than traditional products with high amounts of vitamin K.18 Studies have also indicated that Arnica may help to reduce pain after surgery, or an injury has occurred.
Camphor – A white, waxy terpenoid produced in the wood of trees from the laurel family found in Asia. Camphor can also be found in some types of rosemary and basil plants and is commonly used in a variety of products, including Vicks VapoRub. The FDA has approved camphor in products designed for dermal application in the treatment of pain, bug bites, burns, and cold sores, among others.19
Lavender Oil – Lavender is a member of the mint family of plants and has long been cherished for its relaxing aroma. Increasingly science is finding that lavender may appear to offer relief from joint pain, specifically in cases such as osteoarthritis.20
Aloe Vera – Produced from the succulent plants of the Aloe genus, Aloe Vera has been used for thousands of years in medicinal applications, primarily in aiding the skin in repairing the damage caused by burns and abrasions and in treating dermatological issues like psoriasis and acne.21
Manuka Honey – Produced by bees in Australia and New Zealand through the pollination of the Manuka bush, a tree native to the two regions. Manuka has strong antibacterial properties thanks to the presence of both hydrogen peroxide and methylglyoxal, while honey can repair tissue damage, as well as acting as an anti-inflammatory and analgesic agent.22
Skin cell health
Skin cell roles, production, and overall health can be influenced by CBD. CBD can regulate how fast and frequently dermal repair occurs, preventing the build-up of unwanted cells that can cause issues such as psoriasis. CBD can also influence the amount of sebum, or oil, produced by our skin, helping prevent issues such as acne.6,7 Aloe can aid the skin by reducing redness, inflammation, and itching in conditions like aforementioned psoriasis. It can also help promote healing after burns and heal lesions caused by both acne and the herpes simplex virus.8
Aid in mood regulation
CBD mimics the endocannabinoids produced naturally within our bodies and can influence our emotional responses accordingly. Studies have shown that CBD can reduce stress and anxiety levels effectively across a wide cross-section of individuals.9 Scientists have found that individuals who inhaled the aroma of lavender saw a decrease in autonomic and mood responses, resulting in them feeling more relaxed. Exposure to Lavender also seemed to show an increase in brain activity.10
Improvement in joint motion
CBD minimizes inflammation by reducing edema-based swelling, an accumulation of fluid in the joints and muscles, increasing recovery, and possibly preventing discomfort in sufferers of such issues like multiple sclerosis (MS).4 Lavender has been shown to help impact the symptoms associated with conditions such as knee discomfort and osteoarthritis.5
CBD can minimize pain with few to no side effects versus traditionally prescribed analgesic medications.1 Menthol can help to cool skin and desensitize nociceptors, the pain receptors in the body.2 Eucalyptus oil has shown an ability to impact a variety of different pain types, including somatic, inflammatory, and visceral.3
Deeper, more restful sleep
CBD induces deep, restorative rest by influencing our circadian rhythm, the internal clock that determines when and how well we sleep every night.11
CBD can potentially improve gastrointestinal health, promote neuroregenesis and assist in fighting bacterial infections.12,13,14 If you are specifically trying to focus on these types of issues though, a tincture may be a more beneficial method of delivery due to the improved bioavailability of sublingual application.15
Keylife Pain Cream should be applied to all external areas of the body affected by pain. Avoid eyes, mouth, and other sensitive regions. For external use only.
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