Getting relief from migraines doesn’t have to cost you your liver.
There’s an all-natural, safe, and legal alternative to relieve the symptoms of headaches and migraines.
It’s no secret that over-the-counter drugs with Acetaminophen — commonly used to dull the throbbing pain of a migraine — adversely affect liver health with sustained use.
That is why we are so excited to let you know about an all-natural solution thanks to a 10,000 year old plant — Hemp.
We don’t think that is a trade-off you should be forced to live with.
Originating in Asia, the hemp seed is one of the oldest natural sources of soothing oil in the world thanks to the molecule Cannabidiol (CBD).
The CBD found in hemp — and therefore in our extracts — reportedly activates what is called the endocannabinoid system (ECS) located inside your brain and throughout your nervous system.
Activation of your ECS is potentially correlated with relief from migraine symptoms.
Why You Can Trust Hemp When You Need Relief:
It’s Backed by Science.
The active ingredient in our products, CBD, is a Cannabis sativa extract, which studies have shown to be potentially beneficial for use in relieving symptoms of migraines and headaches.
But don’t take our word for it!
Here are actual studies from all around the world that you can rely on to make the best decision for your skin’s health:
- “Migraine…may be suitably treated with cannabinoid medicines”.
- “Cannabinoids are used by patients for relief of headache”.
- “[Endocannabinoids] could represent a promising therapeutical tool for reducing both the physiological and inflammatory components of pain that are likely involved in migraine attacks”.
With Carun’s suite of hemp products, you’ll discover the full power of active cannabinoids — the legal kind.
Feel good about understanding exactly what’s on the label; it’s organic, non-GMO, vegan, cruelty-free, allergen-free, and is fueled by nature.
The 2014 awards, for the first time ever, included the Soil Association Organic Innovation Award – awarded to a new concept or idea, which has been launched during the past 12 months.
Carun Pharmacy in the Grand Panama shopping center in Panama City Beach is not open yet, but its signage has some already wondering what they’ll find inside on opening day.