Dr. Jack's CBD Advanced Formula X-Freeze
500mg and 1500mg
3 oz/ 90ml
Dr. Jack’s CBD™ X-FREEZE Roll-On Gel rolls the discomfort away. This powerful clear gel is infused with 2 strengths to choose from: 500 or 1500mg of CBD designed to quickly soothe general soreness, inflammation, arthritis, back and joint discomfort. Takes 2-5 minutes to feel affects. Cool on your skin with menthol. Facilitates increase in Bio-activity. Cryotherapy (cold therapy) for rapid relief. Enjoy!
Shake well before use. Slightly squeeze the bottle while rolling the product onto the affected area in a circular motion. Use 1-3 passes per application. Do not use on open wounds, thin skin areas or sensitive skin. Use up to 4 times a day as desired.
Ingredients: Amino Methyl Propanol, Arnica Montana, Boswella Serrata Extract, Cannabinoid Hemp Extract, Carbomer, Glycerin USP, LLIEX Paraguariensis Extract, Isopropyl Alcohol USP, Propylene Glycol USP, Methyl Paraben, Purified Water, Zeodent.
Knowing your goals helps you determine which product and dose of CBD is best for you. Usage is based on your general health, age, stress level, body weight and other perspectives.
Non GMO • Certified Organic
Third Party Batch Tested • FDA Registered Manufacturing
Highest Level Manufacturing Practices
The endocannabinoid system consists of many cannabinoid receptors, and a large portion of these are found in the skin. Molecules in cannabis such as THC and CBD may interact with this system to create positive effects. One study in the British Journal of Pharmacology found that phytocannabinoids, particularly CBD may control cell proliferation and differentiation. For further explanation please look into this study further. We are not permitted to make claims in regards to treatments. For any medical treatment you should consult a healthcare professional.
These products are not FDA approved and we are not claiming that this product can cure or treat any of the conditions mentioned above or on this website. The US government owns the patent on CBD, patent #6630507. This patent is not new, in fact it was applied for in 1999 and granted in 2003 to the US Department of Health and Human Services. To read a quick summary on what this patent contains please click on the link below.