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CannaCares Calm 700mg CBD Spray Review
Anything that makes me feel calmer during these strange and stressful times is very welcome especially when my body decides it is going to go into meltdown mode. I recently reviewed CannaCares' CBD patches and was impressed with how they helped me manage my daily ache and pains (which makes me sound like an old woman) so naturally I was intrigued by this.
On first appearance, this bottle reminded me of a prescription bottle for when you have to have antibiotics for your ears. Precise, I know but actually when I delved a little deeper, it turns out that CannaCares' bottle is a clinically tested device so the similarity makes sense! You might wonder why I'm mentioning this but the great thing about this bottle is that each spray gives you a measured dose of CBD, meaning you know exactly how much you're putting into your system. With that in mind, each pump provides you with a 10mg dose of CBD.
In addition to the CBD, this spray also includes chamomile and spearmint, both of which are known for their calming and relaxing properties. CannaCares suggest 2 sprays under the tongue, 3 times a day (totalling 60mg) which I found to be enough for my needs. I tested this spray both when I was having a high pain day and a high anxiety day and I definitely found it to be more affective at helping the latter.
Don't get me wrong, this definitely helped ease my lower back twinges and uterine cramps but it made a considerable difference to my mental health. The moment I started feeling anxious, I would have a few sprays of this and within 15 minutes I felt the knot in my stomach relax and any tension I was holding in my jaw and shoulders relax. I also found that my jaw was less sore in the morning (thanks bruxism) which was a nice added bonus; I'll definitely be keeping this spray on my bedside table for that very reason.
CannaCares Calm 700mg CBD Spray is £29,99
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