Ginga’s Pomegranate & CBD


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Ginga’s  Pomegranate & CBD Scalp and Body Oil

Crammed with soothing and revitalizing properties the unique Pomegranate & CBD assists the skin and scalp when dealing with stress, inflammation, redness and pain.  Ideal for sufferers of chronic skin conditions such as eczema, psoriasis and acne.

The purest form of CBD (CBD isolate) is infused with the pomegranate seed oil to make this a necessary and healing skin and hair booster.

How to apply:

For the Body: Apply to a clean skin

A few drops massaged onto affected area at least twice daily should yield results

For the Scalp: Use as a hot oil treatment and apply directly to the hair concentrating on dry split ends. Leave for 2 to 3 minutes, shampoo as normal

Massage directly to the scalp if affected by dry, itchy scalp, dermatitis or eczema

Use as often as required

CBD dilute – natural analgesic and relaxant

The active ingredient is:

Cannabis sative L cannabidiol (CBD isolate) 8.9mg/5ml

Punica Gratam (pomegranate seed oil organic)

Non-psychoactive (less than 0.001% THC)

No preservatives, chemicals or fragrances added

30ml pump bottle

First of all, what is CBD?

Cannabidiol, commonly known as CBD, is a naturally-occurring chemical compound found in cannabis plants (eg: marijuana and hemp). It’s one of the two primary active ingredients of cannabis, the other one being THC (tetrahydrocannabinol).

Unlike THC, pure CBD is a non-psychoactive cannabinoid, meaning it doesn’t make you feel high.

Why is it good for your skin?

Known for its healing properties, cannabidiol offers some serious antioxidant and anti-inflammatory benefits which can be beneficial in treating skin concerns like inflammation, dryness and free radical damage

CBD might also be effective in fighting acne as it helps reduce the production of sebum and can assist with eczema and proriasis as well.

While the research on CBD’s benefits is fairly limited, it’s considered safe to use topically. “There is no harm in continuing to use a CBD-infused product you like,” tells Dr Adarsh Mudgil, a double board-certified dermatologist and founder ofMudgil Dermatology.  If you happen to have a reaction from a CBD topical product, it’s likely not from the CBD itself, but some other ingredient like a botanical, explains the skincare specialist.

How to choose the right CBD skincare product?

CBD isolate is the purest version of CBD. It doesn’t contain any other compounds that you find in a hemp plant,

This form of CBD oil is best for facial skin as it’s pure

It does not clog pores and is packed with skin-rejuvenating antioxidants

CBD oil is extracted from the leaves and flowers of the hemp plant. It’s a finer and lighter oil as compared to hemp seed oil that tends to be greasier



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