From the formulators of our very own Superior CBD Oil, renown for its testimonies of pain relief comes a new, mega-potent topical CBD: Morpho. The market is flooded with cannabidiol (CBD) creams and ointments, and most are carbon copy variations that distort the benefits of CBD with cooling (menthol) or heating (methyl salicylate) mechanisms.
Morpho’s topical formulation goes beyond anything you’ve ever seen, combining art with science and creating an alchemy of plant extracts and herbs that aim to address the root cause of pain.
Where Superior CBD works internally to provide all the benefits of CBD, Morpho works externally to provide the same results and more at centralized locations. Just like Superior, Morpho uses liposomal cannabidiol (CBD) in a botanical extract liniment — except Morpho is formulated to deeply penetrate the epidermis. It effectively delivers full-spectrum CBD oil in complete formulation with other potent therapeutic plant extracts that provide the “entourage effect”.
How Morpho Topical CBD Works
The high-grade hemp-derived CBD oil in this topical is encapsulated in liposomes that easily cross the skin barrier. The phytocompounds in the formula also increase penetration through the skin, enhancing the effectiveness and potency. A little Morpho goes a very long way, providing you with an all-natural solution that lasts.
Pain is the body’s warning system. Chronic disease wrecks the nervous system into a state of hyper-vigilance. The body becomes stressed to the point where it just can’t stop screaming in warning. Biochemically, the body is so strung and worn out that it just simply loses its cool — and then chronic pain sets in.
Morpho CBD Topical is a soothing balm that tells the body, “Calm down, it’s okay. Relax, you’re safe!”
Crucially, Morpho includes organic and wildcrafted botanicals. CBD is intrinsically transdermally bio-available at 10x the rate of TCH; and our formulation potentiates delivery with a range of permeation enhancing ingredients and features.
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Morpho’s Pain-Morphing Ingredients:
All ingredients are GMO-free; and free of irradiation, ethoxylation, sulphonation, and chemical extraction. We use certified organic ingredients when they exist; when not, we use certified therapeutic grade materials. Morpho is vegan, gluten-free, not tested on animals, 100 percent plant-sourced, and all ingredients are natural and naturally processed.
Here are 12 key ingredients that work cohesively to make Morpho the best topical CBD on the market.
1. Hemp (Cannabis sativa) Oil Derived Liposomal CBD/ Cannabidiol
Research shows CBD possesses potential therapeutic effects.
Another recent paper explained, “Given that the endogenous cannabinoid (that is, endocannabinoid) system modulates neuronal and immune cell function, both of which play key roles in pain, therapeutics targeting this system hold promise as novel analgesics.”
2. Boswellia (Boswellia Serrata)
Otherwise known as Indian frankincense, boswellia serrata is extracted from a tree that’s native to India and parts of Africa. Traditional Asian and African folk medicine made a resin from the extract.
3. Japanese Knotweed (Polygonum cuspidatum) Root
Native to Japan, Korea, and China, Japanese Knotweed is a large, perennial herbaceous plant that historically holds a significant cultural, medicinal, culinary, and ceremonial place in these countries. The active ingredient that gets this herb so much attention is its high content of resveratrol — the beneficial chemical found in red wine.
4. Angelica (Angelica sinensis) root
Called Dang Gui in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), the root extract is valued in formulas for women’s reproductive health. Its mechanism of action is in relieving blood stagnation.
5. Black Cohosh (Actaea racemosa) root
For thousands of years, Native Americans used Black Cohosh root to support health.
For years, nobody could identify the active ingredient responsible for the plants’ properties. A recent discovery of a significant ferulic acid combined with N(omega)-methylserotonin, revealed why this plant is so effective. N (omega) methylserotonin is a 5-HT(7) ligand, so it modulates the effect of this potent serotonergic active principle.
6. Red Root Sage (Salvia miltiorrhiza) root
Red root sage has been used for centuries to help treat a wide range of medical concerns, such as high cholesterol and type 2 diabetes. In TCM, this herb is known as Dan Shen and is lauded for its health properties.
Additional study of Dan Shen in cardiovascular and cerebrovascular conditions suggest its use in conditions characterized by neuromuscular ischemia/low vascularization.
7. Tienqi (Panax notoginseng) Root
Commonly referred to as Chinese Ginseng, this native Chinese herb has dark green leaves and a red cluster of berries in the middle. Notoginseng is said to improve blood flow.
8. CoQ10 (Ubiquinone), Liposomal
CoQ10 is an antioxidant that every living creature naturally generates. It was only discovered in 1957, and we’re still discovering how important it truly is. It is largely responsible for our energy levels and it is believed that a major reason why energy levels begin to dwindle over the years is due to a decreased production of CoQ10.
9. Terpene A-Pinene
Alpha-pinene is a terpene found in a number of coniferous trees and is naturally-occurring in cannabis. It has a woody and earthy aroma, with clear cedarwood and pine tones. This terpene is used in a number of different applications, including in aromatherapy.
Beta-caryophyllene is another terpene found in cannabis. Its distinctive flavor contributes to the spiciness of black pepper and can be found in high amounts in cloves, hops, and rosemary. In the past decade, it was discovered that beta-caryophyllene is itself a dietary cannabinoid that directly activates cannabinoid receptors. Thus, this terpene helps support the medicinal effects of CBD in our endocannabinoid system.
11. Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia) EO
Exceptionally aromatic and among the most beloved of all nervine essential oils, lavender is widely considered a fine topical.
12. Ginger (Zingiber officinale) EO
Ginger is one of the most well-traversed medicinal plants. As a valuable vasodilator, ginger:
Apply 1-2 pumps of liniment directly onto skin and either gently massage or allow to penetrate. Alternatively, spray into the palm of the hand and apply with fingertips.
Use as needed; but sparingly. A little goes a long way.
Why We Love It:
- Highly bioavailable CBD
- A stellar combination of traditional medicinal herbs
- All ingredients are GMO-free
- Stabilizes the gut-brain connection
- Organic herbs
- Vegan (100 percent plant-sourced)
- Not tested on animals