Soaking Up Your Self Care with Stewart Farms Bath Bombs
Introducing a new spa-like experience for self care at home; the Bubba Kush bath bombs from Stewart Farms. This self-care essential is made with 50 mg of CBD, 50 mg of THC, and essential oils. Stewart Farms explains that this combination of cannabinoids and plant terpenes maximizes the potential for the ‘entourage effect’- where the compounds work in synergy to provide optimal effects for the user.
Bubba Kush was first bred in the mid-90s with the cross breeding of an OG Kush strain and Northern Lights. The dominant terpenes are beta-caryophyllene, limonene, myrcene and linalool; the benefits of which include anti-inflammatory, anti-oxidant, stress reduction, and relaxation. New to the product line is Blue Dream and Trainwreck bombs. Take your pick!
Did You Know?
Beta Caryophyllene is also found in cloves, hops, rosemary, black pepper, cinnamon, oregano and basil.
Limonene is most commonly found in the peel and rind of citrus fruit.
Myrcene is found in mangoes, hops, thyme, lemongrass and basil.
Linalool is also found in lavender, rose and basil.
For information on the benefits of terpenes, click here.
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This combination of terpenes is the perfect combination to bring peace and calm after a stressful day. Users report a soothing and slightly sedating experience, with a great calming effect. Just throw it in a tub of hot water and the effervescent effect will release the CBD, THC and terpenes into the water– rea
dy to be absorbed by the skin. Stewart Farms suggests placing the bomb behind your back for the best experience. There is no need to shower after your soothing session; the oils will leave your skin soft and lightly scented.
To add to this products’ tremendous appeal, it has a few more delights up its sleeve. The child-resistant packaging is 100% biodegradable, with each bomb thoughtfully handcrafted from all-natural and organic ingredients.
Ready for your first soothing experience? The Bubba Kush Bath Bombs are available now.
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