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If you’re searching for an affordable CBD massage oil with simple, clean ingredients, look no further than this option by Lazarus Naturals. Made from Oregon-grown, full-spectrum hemp, this oil features 50 milligrams of CBD per tablespoon and is blended with jojoba, coconut, and almond oils.

The Lavender Massage and Body Oil features a clean ingredient list that includes a variety of certified-organic carrier oils and high-quality CBD. Bottom line: It’s an affordable, high-quality choice.

Best on the go: Papa & Barkley Releaf Body Oil

The benefits of massage range from promoting circulation and relieving pain to reducing stress and anxiety, boosting immunity, and aiding sleep. But if you’ve ever had a great massage, we probably don’t have to tell you any of that.

Fast forward a few years, Papa & Barkley makes a variety of cannabis-based products, including the perennially-popular Releaf Body Oil. Blended with eucalyptus, peppermint, tea tree, and lavender essential oils, this roll-on product is made with Colorado-grown plants. It’s a little bit spendy, but chock-full of CBD.

There’s a dizzying array of CBD products out there and wading through them all can be tricky. Here, we’ve chosen products that meet high standards and are:

This article was co-authored by Jamie Corroon, ND, MPH. Dr. Jamie Corroon, ND, MPH is the founder and Medical Director of the Center for Medical Cannabis Education. Dr. Corroon is a licensed Naturopathic Doctor and clinical researcher. In addition to clinical practice, Dr. Corroon advises dietary supplement and cannabis companies regarding science, regulation, and product development. He is well published in the peer-review literature, with recent publications that investigate the clinical and public health implications of the broadening acceptance of cannabis in society. He earned a Masters in Public Health (MPH) in Epidemiology from San Diego State University. He also earned a Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine degree from Bastyr University, subsequently completed two years of residency at the Bastyr Center for Natural Health, and is a former adjunct professor at Bastyr University California.

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