dosist health Gift Of Relief
Happy Sunday ladies. A few weeks ago, I shared my experience with dosist health’s cbd+ gummies for stress and sleep. When the company read our comments and heard me talk about the pain my arthritic hands are causing, they offered to send me some of their relief topical products that are designed to help with aches and pain.
This post is sponsored by dosist health, all opinions are my own.
Being a blogger means I spend long hours on my laptop and phone which leaves my hands feeling fatigued and achier than usual. Add arthritis to that and you have a recipe for painful hands.
dosist health focuses on quality-of-life wellness solutions that include advanced cbd+ formulations for sleep, calm, and relief. Today I’m sharing the topical relief products I’ve started using and letting you know about their exciting topical promotion, a gift of relief.
One of the things that makes dosist health products unique is that their formulas are made with pure cannabinoid isolates including cbd, cbg, cbc & cbn, and active plant ingredients which are measured in specific ratio combinations and formulated into high concentration blends.
The more I read and learn about cbd products, the more apparent it becomes that quality and transparency are critical. It’s also important to know that all dosist health products are precisely balanced, dose-controlled formulas that do not contain any thc.
dosist health also uses a proprietary self micro-emulsification technology called nanoblend™ in their performance spray formula, which activates on application, for faster onset and a more consistent experience.
The relief cbd+ lotion combines soothing cbd and cbg cannabinoids in a high-concentration formula that’s designed to help with aches and pains. You can pump the lotion into your palm first then massage directly into the painful area. It has a pleasant, fresh wintergreen scent and feels cooling going on.
And because all dosist health products are thc free, you can apply them as often as needed. They don’t recommend you apply it to damaged skin, which is wise for most things:) Dosist health relief products all help with physical aches and pains. I love using these products on my hands, neck, shoulders, lower back, knees, and elbows. My hope is to get some relief from my arthritis, my lower back pain, perhaps my bunion…the list goes on.
I love how easy the relief topical roll-on is to use. It delivers their high concentration cbd & cbg blend in a lightweight oil formula that rubs right in. I simply roll the cooling applicator directly over my swollen knuckles and they feel soothed right away.
Talk about convenient to apply! This relief topical performance spray comes in an easy-to-use spray that combines soothing cbd, cbg, and cbc cannabinoids with the active plant ingredients in wintergreen, camphor, and ginger in a powerful formula. I simply spray the product directly onto an area that needs some relief. This product works best when massaged into clean, slightly damp skin. You can also re-apply this as often as you’d like.
It’s so easy to incorporate topical relief products into my day, I find myself using them often. My fave so far is this relief roll-on because it sits next to my laptop and gets used a lot. The relief performance spray is great for those harder-to-reach spots like the lower back and the lotion feels luxurious to apply. dosist health has you covered for any way you choose to apply topical cbd products.
All dosist health formulas are tested internally during each step of the production process which ensures the quality, consistency, and safety of all products. I love that they publish the test results of every single dosist health formula online for full consumer transparency which you can see here.
And now for the sale! dosist health is having a topical promotion starting today, December 5 through the 8th. For a limited time, you can choose a FREE full-size relief topical product with your purchase of $75 or more. Use offer code rollon for your free full-size relief roll-on, a $38 value, offer code lotion for your free full-size relief lotion, a $44 value, or offer code spray for your free full-size relief performance spray, a $49 value.
Have you tried topical cbd products for pain relief?
My husband has painful arthritis in his hands and has had success with a topical CBD product (not from dosist), but the odor is so overwhelming (like Vicks Vaporub on steroids) he can use it only sparingly. I wish someone would formulate a fragrance-free CBD product. I wonder if that’s possible with a marijuana derivative?
Thanks for this information. I will have my husband check out the website!
I can’t find the code ……I’d be very interested in trying this product.
I’ve readded the codes and they are working now.
Tried to use the offer you suggested, but coupon code does not work even with the $75 purchase. Very frustrating. Ellen
The codes are up and working now so please try again
Thank you for the interesting post, Jennifer. Can I ask if you have rheumatoid or osteo arthritis?
I have osteo arthritis
The idea of relief for the arthritis in my body is welcomed. However, I went to the site and was not able to order two of the products you’ve reviewed and get the third free. The site said that code was not available to the items in the cart. There is no remove option in the cart, so I was unable to come out of the site and go back in and start over. I think there is a critical piece of information missing. Perhaps the promotion only applies if your purchase is a Calm or a Sleep product?
My doctor recommended o-t-c Voltarin, but that is difficult to use. It has to be precisely measured and you can’t touch anything for an hour afterwards, after which you’re supposed to wash your hands. And it cannot be applied to the hip and has to be monitored for how often it is used. So that’s not working out. I like the benefits you’ve described here.
They’ve updated the site and the codes should be working now.
We discovered Dosist a few years ago when my son introduced us to this new and upcoming business. Son is a venture capitalist so he sees many new companies.Husband fell off his bicycle about 5 years ago & broke 4 ribs; painful beyond belief. Son sent a Dosist inhaler pen which provided relief in a safe way. Since then I’ve taken up golf (at the age of 70!) and I use CBD products to ease the pain in my hands, back, hip, you name it. We were buying Dosist at a local Palm Springs dispensary that has now closed so I’m happy to see you write about them and provide website. Not all CBD products are alike; it depends how how they are formulated. Also, price may seem high but I’ve been using the same Dosist lotion for about 2 years now. Definitely a trustworthy company!
Thanks for sharing your experience with it, Linda. I really like it too and you certainly get what you pay for.
I really appreciate this post. I went immediately to the dosist health website to order the relief products. There was no place in the process, however, to enter the offer code for the free item. I have emailed dosist for help, but I thought you would want to know.
Thank you for letting me know. I will contact them too.
How long does the relief last? One of the reviewers said that it gave instant relief, but was short lived. Had to reapply often.
Thank you! Arna
I suppose it’s a personal experience, but when my hands are very sore, I apply every few hours.
I do use CBD products (not this brand, however) for pain relief and wowza! do they ever help!!! I just wish I’d get in the habit of applying before bed (even if no ache or pain) so in the middle of the night I don’t toss/turn forever fighting to stay cozy in bed and try to forget pain, rather than simply wake a little, rub some on and spend the rest of the night pain free and asleep! As I said, I just need to get in the habit of using it prior to going to bed. And yes, I do keep it on the bedside table……
So glad to hear it’s helping you too. I hear you, Carol! I have so many things in my bedside drawer, I almost need a list to remind me what to use at bedtime!
I have tried a sample of something that came in a gel form but didn’t seem to help much. This rollon sounds great. Right now for my hands I’ve been using Diclofenac gel and that seems to help.
I haven’t heard of that gel, thanks for sharing it Rose