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For people seeking to test the potential sexual benefits of CBD oil, you may want to try a massage oil I found that comes with a warming dispenser.
The Spoil Me CBD massage oil pod was created by the sexual wellness company Pulse. The pod design supports the Pulse warming system that will heat and touchlessly deliver the massage oil. If you use coffee pods to make your morning brew, the system is somewhat similar, but without you having to touch any button.
No longer will you suffer cold massage oil or sex lube, if that’s your preference.
What is CBD massage oil?
Cannabidiol, also known as CBD, is a naturally occurring chemical found in cannabis plants. CBD is not psychoactive, meaning it won’t give you a “high” feeling. However, scientific studies suggest it has an anti-inflammatory effect, which can reduce pain.
According to Pulse CEO and Founder, Amy Buckalter, the Spoil Me with CBD is available to buy and ship to all 50 states directly from their website Lovemypulse.com.
The plant-based massage oil is infused with CBD. In total, it has just seven ingredients: Safflower Seed Oil, Sunflower Seed Oil, Grape Seed Oil, Jojoba Seed Oil, Rice Bran Extract, Tocopheryl Acetate (Vitamin E), and Hemp CBD Isolate.
It is for external use only. But like Pulse’s sexual lubricants, the Spoil Me CBD massage oil pods can also be heated up in the table-side warming system. Each pod contains 6.7 ml of CBD massage oil.
It is vegan, gluten-free, and hypoallergenic. It is made without parabens or harsh preservatives
When using the Pulse Warmer to heat up and dispense the oil from the pod, it will give nine servings. On the other hand, you can get up to 40 servings of massage oil if you manually pour it—no warming system is required.
The company also offers sexual lubricants and a CBD-free version of its Spoil Me massage oil.
When I asked Pulse CEO Amy Buckalter whether the company plans to develop a CBD-infused lubricant, Buckalter responded, “It is certainly on our radar.”
“We have a deep pipeline and incorporate input from our consumers to help us determine our priorities.”