Q.1 Can we use Pain Balm with severe heart or liver conditions?
A.1 It is generally not recommended for individuals with severe heart or liver conditions to use hemp-based pain balms without consulting a healthcare professional first.
Q.2 Is Pain Balm Recommended for Pregnant or breastfeeding women?
A.2 It is generally not recommended for pregnant or breastfeeding women to use pain balms without consulting a healthcare professional first.
Q.3 When do we Use Pain Balm?
A.3 Pain balm is a topical medication that is used to relieve muscle and joint pain. Pain balm is typically used for minor aches and pains, such as those associated with arthritis, backaches, and muscle strains. Pain balm may work best when used as needed.
Q.4 Can we use a Pain Balm on my dog or cat?
A.4 Using a pain balm intended for human use on pets could harm the animal. Pain balms for humans may contain ingredients that are not safe for pets to use.
Q.5 Could we be allergic to Pain Balm?
A.5 Some people may have an allergic reaction to one or more of the ingredients in a pain balm. If you are unsure whether you may be allergic to a particular ingredient, it is always best to speak with a healthcare professional before using the product.
Q.6 When is the best time to use Pain Balm?
A.6 The best time to use a pain balm will depend on the type of pain you are experiencing. Pain balms may work best when used as needed. Apply and massage on affected body part 3-4 times a day or as directed by physician.
Q.7 When is the worst time to use Pain Balm?
A.7 There are a few situations in which it may not be appropriate to use a pain balm:
> If you have an open wound or broken skin
> If you are pregnant or nursing
> If you are allergic to any of the ingredients
Q.8 Can we put Pain Balm on ears?
A.8 It is generally not recommended to put pain balm on the ears. The skin on the ears is thin and sensitive, and applying a pain balm to this area could potentially cause irritation or other adverse effects.
Q.9 What does Pain Balm taste like?
A.9 The taste of a Pain relief balm may have a slightly bitter or earthy taste. It is generally not recommended to taste a pain balm, as it is a medication that is intended for use on the skin and not for ingestion.
Q.10 Does Pain Balm smell?
A.10 The scent of a pain balm will depend on the specific product. It has a mild, pleasant scent and a slightly earthy or nutty scent.