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Why people choose CBD Crystals

CBD crystals - also called isolate.

The question then naturally arises as to what sets crystals apart from all those other options, such as CBD oil, CBD capsules, etc. The answer is pretty simple:

Crystals are pure and contain up to 99% CBD.

The same cannot be said for the other products like CBD oil, CBD capsules, etc. Crystals are just about the purest extractions of cannabidiol available. And therefore the most expensive form.

CBD is a non-psychoactive cannabinoid that is primarily isolated from fiber hemp.

About the purest extractions of cannabidiol available. And therefore also the most expensive form.


That's why we went for ultraviolet glass

This violet glass protects the biophotonic activity of the contents stored in this glass from harmful light rays. This feature significantly improves shelf life and is especially useful for high quality natural products such as herbs, medicines, tea, coffee, and more. Eco friendly. Made from natural raw materials.

Reusable and 100% recyclable.

We do and think of everything to have a positive impact on our beautiful planet. MIRON Violetglass is a unique biophotonic glass that preserves the essence of natural products. It achieves this by harnessing the unique powers of the sun's rays. It lets the positive rays in, while keeping the harmful ones out.


Why we chose a mist and not a spray

Are you tired of greasy oils and greasy creams? We are! That's why we chose an instant drying body / face mist. Spray it on and get dressed immediately.

Does not stain amazing while traveling or at work. For a quick refresh and hydrating function.

What is CBD?

When it comes to your skin, it is more important than knowing exactly what is in the product you purchase. We all have different skin types, colors and sensitivities, so checking those ingredients is absolutely essential to making it work for you. And here it's no different.

CBD is short for cannabidiol - an extract from the cannabis plant and one of more than 100 naturally occurring components in it. Once the oil is extracted from the plant with distillation techniques, it is filtered to remove all the tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) content. THC is the psychoactive element known to get you "high. And by removing it, users receive all the positive benefits without the unwanted side effects.

In most cases, however, the CBD in your new favorite beauty product is derived from hemp seed oil. This is rich in important vitamins and omega fatty acids and acts as a natural moisturizer. So including this product in your skincare regimen is a good step toward softer skin. And now that we know that, what's the point of CBD for the skin?


There's a reason why CBD-infused products of all kinds are growing in popularity. Early studies suggest that CBD offers a huge range of health benefits with long-term use, including helping people with symptoms of stress, anxiety and insomnia. And when it comes to physical effects on the body, the absolute star that tops this long list of positives is its ability to work with our built-in endocannabinoid system to act as a natural anti-inflammatory. With specific research linking CBD to improved skin, it helps reduce irritation and negative reactions by restoring the skin to a normal, balanced state.

On the surface, CBD provides a chemical-free way to fight pimples and inflammation, but it also offers a promising solution for addressing more persistent, recurring problems. In a study published in the Journal of Dermatological Science, researchers found that when CBD was applied to human skin cells, it actually inhibited the overproduction of keratinocytes (specific skin cells) often seen in psoriasis. This could be evidence to consider CBD as a way to realign our body processes that can adversely affect the quality of your skin, including its softness, cleanliness and ability to retain moisture.

So by helping to remove everyday irritants and reactivate your body's natural protective properties, CBD is a great way to give your skin the energy it needs. Applying it as a mist to your face, hands, feet or other parts of the body will keep your skin clear, hydrated and retain its natural glow. But what about more serious skin conditions?


When it comes to skin problems, acne is a condition that many people face at some point in their lives, be it occasionally or daily. In fact, it affects more than 9% of the world's population. It is caused when the sebum (the oily secretion from the sebaceous glands) produced to protect our skin from the natural elements such as sunlight and wind gets mixed with dead cells, dirt and other pollutants. Clogging or covering our pores over larger areas becomes acne.

And then many other factors influence the severity of this condition - from unavoidable problems such as excessive sebum production, hormonal imbalances and genetics to more individual causes such as poor diet, high stress levels and various medications.

Based on recent scientific studies, CBD oil may help treat acne because of its previously researched anti-inflammatory properties and how this relates to the body's ability to reduce sebum production. An in vitro study showed that CBD oil prevented sebaceous gland cells from secreting excess sebum, exerted anti-inflammatory effects and prevented the activation of "pro-acne" agents such as inflammatory cytokines. This provides good evidence for the claim that CBD is effective in skin products, depending, of course, on their strength and quality. CBD products can not only help maintain the balance your body needs, but also reverse life-changing conditions like acne.