Concomitant Therapy… Using two products at once.

Concomitant Therapy… Using two products at once.

Posted by Tom Bauer on Mar 29th 2017

At Imbue Botanicals, we’re firm believers in the idea of concomitant therapy. .. in other words, using our products in combination for better results. The definition of concomitant is as follows:

concomitant

kənˈkämədənt/

adjective: concomitant

  • 1.naturally accompanying or associated.

Specifically, we recommend that if you’re using our lotion or salve, you should consider using our capsules (or tinctures) in combination. For instance, if you’re using our lotion, you might try taking a health 5 mg capsule once a day. If you’re using our em.body salve, maybe try a health 10 mg capsule every day.

The idea is that by taking CBD in multiple forms, you can actually see an improvement in overall results. And while this may seem counter-intuitive to use two products at once, in reality, it isn’t. Think of it this way...it's pretty much the idea of attacking the issue from both the inside as well as the outside. The oral product provides the overall health support, while the topical product provides targeted relief. Many of our customers report improved results, and from our own personal experience, it definitely seems to work that way as well.

And with Imbue Botanicals products, you get the advantage of all-natural, organically-grown Colorado hemp CBD, not some imported product or product made with isolate or desiccated CBD. We carefully formulate our products for optimal CBD concentrations that are designed to work in concert with each other.

And our unique, low-temperature, low-pressure processing of the whole plant ensures that our product is fully-laced with all the most beneficial cannabinoids including terpenes which are easily destroyed with other processing methods. It’s what we call Full Spectrum, and it’s designed to provide outstanding benefits. Of course, all of our products are batch tested by independent laboratories prior to shipment to ensure quality, potency and consistency.

So if you haven’t tried “concomitant therapy”, give it a try! You may just find that it’s a remarkable combination that leads to better health!

with all our best,

Tom