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Comfort Extra Strength is a plant-based supplement that's been created with the aim of providing temporary pain relief. It comes in capsules, and the main ingredients include hemp (a form of THC-free cannabis), turmeric, ginger, galangal root, frankincense, and cayenne. Taken together, these ingredients may promote weight loss, improve the quality of your skin and enhance your mental clarity, along with relieving body pain and stress. This plant-based supplement contains only two ingredients that don't come from plants: gelatin and microcrystalline cellulose.
The cost of Comfort Extra Strength is $59.95 plus $5.95 shipping, for a total price of $65.90.
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To take your first dose of Comfort Extra Strength, swallow two of the orange capsules with a glass of water. You don't have to take these capsules with food, but doing so may help your body absorb their impact.
Typically, within minutes of taking your two pills, they'll begin to relieve any aches and pains and reduce any stress you may have previously been experiencing. That means you may be able to be more productive at work, regardless of whether your job is extremely physical or not, or participate in exercise without getting as tired as you normally do. Once you've taken a dose of Comfort Extra Strength, its effects will normally hang around for 12 to 24 hours.
Most people won't need to take their second dose of this supplement until the next day, but if you're feeling very uncomfortable, it's acceptable to take another dose after an hour has passed. However, you should never take more than two pills per hour, as this may interfere with the safety and the non-addictive nature of the supplement.
Although this entire supplement hasn't been approved by the FDA (United States Food and Drug Administration) yet, the cannabis within it is grown in the States under the FDA's supervision. The fact that it is American-grown means it's also subject to the safety rules set by the United States Department of Agriculture and the Drug Enforcement Administration. Therefore, the likelihood that you're getting safe cannabis within this plant-based supplement is certainly high.
In each box of Comfort Extra Strength, you'll receive 60 capsules of the supplement. If you're going to take one dose per day, that'll give you enough capsules for 30 days. You will also have the option of getting three boxes at once in a set, instead of obtaining each one individually.
Pain-relieving pills that contain a ton of chemicals often come with a lot of annoying side effects, but no known side effects are associated with Comfort Extra Strength. If you do experience something you think is a side effect after taking these pills, you can always go to a physician and get checked out before continuing to take the capsules regularly.
This plant-based supplement has been designed to relieve pain anywhere on the inside or the outside of the body—not just pain in specific body parts. That means it could be just as useful for a head cold as it could be for a sprained toe. Besides physical pain, it can also relieve mental pain, such as mild anxiety brought on by a difficult job or relationship. Since it will likely improve your level of mental clarity, too, you may be able to make better decisions in all areas of your life once you've started using it.
The stress and pain relief you'll get from taking Comfort Extra Strength may automatically lead to an improvement in your quality of sleep. If you normally can't sleep much at all, you may start getting a decent number of hours, or if you wake up repeatedly, that may come to an end. With a better night's sleep on a regular basis, you might find that you're more pleasant to be around and may become more successful at your job and recreational activities.
If you struggle with acne or other skin issues, both the cayenne and the frankincense in this supplement may benefit you, since they're known for contributing to skin health. Women who are able to get rid of their acne or other skin blemishes may be able to cut back on makeup use. Similarly, people of all genders may be able to cut back on their use of skincare products. Instead, once you've added Comfort Extra Strength to your daily routine, your skin may develop a blemish-free, healthy glow without the use of beauty products.
Those Comfort Extra Strength users with a few pounds to drop may find that the cayenne within the supplement also aids them with this goal. Cayenne is known for increasing the metabolism and suppressing the appetite, so once you've got that in your system, you might eat less and burn up the calories you do consume more quickly than usual.
While the cannabis in this supplement has been subjected to the FDA's regulations, the supplement as a whole hasn't been fully evaluated by the FDA yet. Consequently, it can't yet be deemed 100 percent safe, even though anecdotal evidence points toward the fact that it's neither harmful nor addictive when the directions are adhered to.
Some THC-free cannabis products come in oil or spray forms, but if you want to take this one, you'll virtually be forced to swallow pills orally. If you find this difficult, your only other option will be to cut open a capsule and crush it up in a drink each time you need to take one. This could be time-consuming, and the powder may not taste good when mixed with coffee, juice, tea or other common household drinks.
In the information provided about Comfort Extra Strength, children aren't mentioned anywhere, so you can assume that it might be unsafe for them to take. If a child (under 18 years old) whom you care for is interested in taking the supplement, you'll need to talk to a physician as a guide to safety before giving them a single capsule.
If you start taking Comfort Extra Strength and it works for you, don't automatically use it as a gateway to other drugs or supplements that contain cannabis. While this supplement contains no THC, so it can't make you high, other cannabis-infused products do contain THC and therefore could cause harm to you that hemp never could. It's probably best to stick to one cannabis-infused product at once, but if you are interested in exploring others, talk to your doctor and find out exactly what each one contains before you ingest it.
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