Guide to CBD Bath Bombs

True Pure Organics Guide to Bath Bombs

Guide to CBD Bath Bombs

If you love taking baths, then you’re probably familiar with bath bombs. Their pleasing aroma and characteristic fizz add a special touch to any bath, making an already relaxing experience just that much more luxurious.

Bath bombs are a pleasant addition to any bath. They smell good, feel good, and encourage you to spend a bit more time in the bath, unwinding from a stressful day and letting you fully relax. Add some CBD into your bath bomb, and things can get even more relaxing.

If you’re interested in whether a CBD bath bomb can enhance your own bathing experience, read on. We’ll explain what CBD bath bombs are, how to use them, and everything else you need to know.

What are CBD bath bombs?

CBD Bath bombs are a wonderful mix of essential oils and CBD.

The essential oils not only lend color and scent to your bath, but they may provide unique therapeutic benefits of their own.

As for the citric acid and sodium bicarbonate, those create a chemical reaction when they encounter your bath water, producing that fizzy sensation that’s fun to watch, soothing to soak in, and calming to hear.

Like essential oils, CBD is another plant-based ingredient. It’s short for cannabidiol. Unlike THC, a more well-known cannabinoid, CBD is not psychoactive, so it doesn’t produce a high. However, a large body of research indicates it provides a wealth of health benefits, ranging from chronic pain relief to reduced anxiety.

CBD health benefits

CBD’s long list of health benefits are what make it particularly well suited to bath bombs. Working in tandem with the included essential oils, CBD may amplify the overall relaxation a bath bomb provides.

  • Pain relief: Studies have found that CBD lessens pain for individuals living with chronic pain, such as that caused by arthritis or muscle recovery. Many people incorporate CBD into their recovery process to relieve muscle pain after intense exercise. If you take baths as part of a pain management routine, adding CBD may help make the experience more effective.
  • Stress and anxiety relief: Similarly, Infusing CBD in your bath may make it easier to take your mind off your troubles.
  • Improved skin and hair health: As a natural antioxidant and anti-inflammatory, CBD may also offer potential benefits for skin and hair, inhibiting oil production and moisturizing dry and inflamed skin. Combining it with the essential oils of your bath bomb may amplify these effects.
  • Relaxation and general wellness: If you simply want to introduce a little bit of relaxation to your day, while experiencing the benefits of plant-based wellness, a CBD bath bomb fits the bill.

Do CBD bath bombs really work?

If you are using a product that contains real, genuine CBD oil, whether or not you find it effective largely depends on you honing in on the best dose for you. Most people find a dose of 1mg to 6mg of CBD for every 10 pounds of their body weight to be effective, depending on the severity of their symptoms. 

Now, if you’re interested in how CBD works, exactly, here’s a quick overview: CBD is able to provide its health benefits through its interaction with your body’s endocannabinoid system. Put simply, the endocannabinoid system is responsible for regulating various bodily functions (like your mood, sleep, appetite, and pain) and keeping them in a state of balance. When it senses a lack of balance, it dispatches endocannabinoids to cannabinoid receptors in the appropriate system, causing a reaction that hopefully rebalances things.

Sometimes, however, this reaction isn’t enough. That’s when CBD oil can be helpful. By giving your body a surge of extra cannabinoids, you may enable your endocannabinoid system to be more effective.

Plus, bath bombs contain other naturally therapeutic ingredients, like essential oils which may improve your skin’s appearance, relieve pain, or induce relaxation. Working together with the CBD, these effects may be more powerful.

Do CBD bath bombs get you high?

No, CBD bath bombs will not get you high. Unlike THC, CBD is non-psychoactive, so it does not produce a high whether it’s ingested orally, inhaled, or applied topically to the skin (as with a bath bomb).

You might begin feeling a general sense of relaxation or tiredness when they first start using CBD. Fortunately, those are the effects you want to experience when using a bath bomb.

The only folks who should avoid using CBD include children, pregnant and breastfeeding women, and people taking other medications. Simply not enough studies have been done to evaluate the safety of CBD among these populations, and in the case of pregnant women and people on other medications, there are some studies indicating it could produce adverse effects.

Are CBD bath bombs legal?

Yes, CBD bath bombs are legal. In 2018, the government passed the 2018 Farm Bill, which legalized industrial hemp at a federal level, as well as any CBD oil extracted from it. CBD oil is typically sourced from industrial hemp because this variety of the cannabis plant naturally contains higher amounts of CBD.

Not only is industrial hemp a good source of CBD, but it contains 0.3% THC or less. That helps keep it legal, while also preventing it from producing a high in the user.