Last year more than 100 million Americans traveled during the December holiday – that’s almost ⅓ of the country. 46 million of those travelers, took to the skies. Traveling is already stressful but combine that with Uncle Bob’s MAGA heckling and Cousin Diana’s incessant questions about future babies, it’s enough to make you a bit pale. Fear not – we got you covered. Well at least, the travel part.
We’ve created a list of the top products for your journey whether by plane, train, or automobile these products can help. Rather than just telling you what’s trendy or adding CBD for the sake of adding it, we made sure there was a reason. These are products that have CBD because they may offer therapeutic benefits in each application.
Earlier in the year, the TSA very quietly updated their “What can I bring page?” to include hemp-derived products. We’ve made sure everything is TSA travel size compliant.
There are numerous impacts to your body when you fly – you get dehydrated, constipated, fatigued, etc. One other downside is skin irritation, the air inside a plane is incredibly dry and continuously recycled, which sucks out the moisture in your skin. As your skin becomes drier your facial skin secretes more sebum and oil, which can result in more acne. So you may find yourself staring at a zit the next day but you can stay a step ahead with the Beboe Sheet Mask.
Right before you go to bed, apply the Beboe Sheet Mask and let your skin soak in all the moisture. These sheet masks come thoroughly soaked so your skin will feel dewy.
Why CBD? According to preclinical research, Cannabidiol (CBD) may offer a novel anti-acne treatment. Acne is part result of the overproduction of a lipid called Sebum while low production causes conditions like Eczema. Scientists believe the glands that produce these lipids have endocannabinoid receptors and applying CBD to these cells can “upregulate” and potentially suppress lipid production.
One of the most common reasons people use CBD is for aches and pain. If you’re sitting in a car for a road trip or stuck in the middle seat during a long flight – your back, neck, legs are bound to feel stiff and inflamed. Multiple studies have shown that CBD has significant potential as an anti-inflammatory due to the interactions between our internal endocannabinoid system and the key processes that regulate inflammation.
We recommend Mary’s Muscle Freeze to help. We find a topical alone doesn’t always get the job done because it’s not being fully absorbed. However, Mary’s is a leader in transdermal technology, this format penetrates through your skin allowing the CBD to be absorbed into the bloodstream. Our customers say they can tell a real difference in the duration of the effects.
Pump out a few generous portions of Mary’s Muscle Freeze and rub into anywhere that’s sore. Let it quickly air dry. Don’t worry there’s no color or sticky residue left behind and it’s odorless.
Maybe you’re taking a redeye, shifting time zones, or want to pass out on your flight – “Plus Sleep” CBD gummies were formulated to help you fall asleep.
Preclinical studies have shown a potential relationship between sleep-wake fluctuations and Cannabinoids. To understand how CBD can impact sleep, check out our article here. While CBD is not a natural sedative, it can in combination with the right secondary ingredients it can help you sleep.
We recommend taking one of these 20 minutes before you want to fall asleep. They’ll typically last 4-6 hours.
Good luck traveling! Tell us what helped you most.