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Most people associate Lidocaine with the dentist because it is used for numbing gums. But this topical analgesic is effective in treating other painful conditions, making it an ingredient you’ll want to consider for use with clients.  

Lidocaine helps to relieve pain for of chronic conditions and can help to numb the skin when applied topically via cream, gel, or patch. It also works by blocking nerve signals in your body. Relative to massage, it is known to ease joint related pain. That’s why we’ve included it as an ingredient in three out of the five new Lab+Blends products with CBD.

 

Massage Balm

Massage Cream

Maximum Strength Cream


Precise Pain Relief

 

Here’s a treatment featuring Lab Blends CBD Massage Cream that will help clients decrease back pain caused by inflammation. It offers state-of-the-art clinical care containing active ingredients and powerful pain fighters.

 

Ingredients

• Lab Blends 408mg CBD Massage Cream… 1/3 ounce

 

Instructions

1.   Position client on the massage table in a supine position.

 

2.   Perform a gentle rocking compression from the shoulder to the hip.

 

3.   Starting at the head of the table, apply a 5 second compression to the front of the chest. Slowly increase the pressure of the compression. Repeat movement down each arm and along the lateral rib cage.

 

4.   Squeeze a dime size amount of Lab Blends 408mg CBD Massage Cream into the palm of your hand. Rub hands together and then apply cream to client’s right arm from the wrist to the occipital ridge.

 

5.   Perform 4 slow effleurage stokes from the wrist to the occipital ridge. Start with the hand palm down and rotate the arm with each successive stroke.

 

6.   Perform 4 slow push/pull movements starting at the client’s wrist and moving to the shoulder.

 

7.   Repeat 4 & 5 on the left side.

 

8.   Perform 4 slow push/pull movements to the client’s abdominal area from the hip to just under the breast line. Jump over the breast tissue and continue movement on the upper chest.

 

9.   Move to the head of the table. Apply long effleurage strokes from the shoulder to the occipital ridge. 

Repeat 6 times.

 

10.   From a seated position, perform head rotations and push/ pull from the base of the neck to the occipital ridge.

 

11.   Have client turn to a prone position.

 

12. Repeat 3 & 4 on the back.

 

13. Perform 4 slow push/pull movements from the client’s hip to upper back.

 

14. Move to the head of the table; perform 4 slow, deep effleurage strokes from the occipital ridge to the sacrum.

 

15. Move to the right side. Perform 4 slow, deep effleurage strokes from the hip to the shoulder.               

Repeat on left side.

 

16. Perform slow rocking compressions with finger tips from sacrum to occipital ridge along the spine.

 

17. Finish with long slow connecting stroked from the occipital ridge to the sacrum.