Disclosure: Resonant Botanicals gifted me a bottle of Painless X lotion in exchange for this review. All opinions are my own and were in no way influenced by the company. This post may contain affiliate links.
Today I’m reviewing Resonant Botanicals’ newest and most potent pain-relieving lotion, Painless X. If you’ve followed FedUpwithFatigue.com for a while, then you know I’m a HUGE fan of Resonant Botanicals’ pain-relieving lotions. I use at least one of their formulas nearly every day as part of my bedtime routine. I generally love their products because:
- They work – at least for me! Everyone is different, so what works for me may not work for you, but that being said, Resonant Botanicals’ lotions are by far the best over-the-counter topical pain relievers I’ve used since my fibromyalgia diagnosis in 2014.
- They are formulated with natural and organic ingredients so I’m not applying chemicals to my skin like those used in most lotions sold at big-box stores and drugstores.
- They moisturize my skin and keep it looking healthy in addition to providing pain relief!
- They include topical magnesium, which has so many benefits! For me, topical magnesium reduces general achiness, restless legs and foot/leg cramps.
I’ve reviewed several of Resonant Botanicals’ pain-relieving products in the past, including Painless, Painless PM and Neuro-Soothe. I envision each of these products on a spectrum. I reach for Painless on milder pain days. I use Painless PM for more moderate pain. Neuro-Soothe is great for calming down the nerve pain, or neuropathy, in my feet and legs.
And now, I have Painless X to help on the really bad days!
I’ve created a short video review for those who prefer watching instead of reading! Click here or on the photo below to watch the video!
So, how is Painless X different than other products on the market?
First, it contains a whopping 52.5 mg of hemp CBD oil per ounce of lotion! That’s 420 mg in an 8-ounce bottle! That’s more than double the amount of CBD used in Resonant Botanicals’ original Painless lotion.
Due to federal restrictions on cannabis research, there hasn’t been a great deal of study yet to prove CBD oil is effective for reducing chronic pain, but there are tons of anecdotal accounts from people who are successfully using CBD for pain relief including myself.
(Read more: What is CBD?)
Last year, Resonant Botanicals began adding frequency-enhanced water to their products. Since this is a new concept to me, I will defer to Resonant Botanicals’ website for an explanation on how frequencies can affect pain:
“We consulted with several naturopathic practitioners who directed us to the relief people receive from healing frequencies or solfeggio frequencies.
“Frequencies are used in many western medical modalities, such as Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) and laser eye surgery. A frequency is utilized to aid in imaging or help change the shape of the cornea to improve vision. Frequencies also come from sound and can trigger rather profound reactions from us–think of the introduction to Led Zeppelin’s ‘Stairway to Heaven’ and how those simple notes from the guitar make us feel.
“Through our research, we discovered that certain symptoms, like pain, for example, can be alleviated through the introduction of frequencies. We identified multiple frequencies and ‘added’ them to our water. We were skeptical, to say the least. At first, we tried a test batch of frequencies added to Painless and tested it on 60 people. Fifty nine of the people that tried the ‘frequency enhanced’ Painless felt improved and longer lasting pain relief.“
(Read more: Healing with sound, frequency and vibration)
I’ve been using Painless X on my worst pain days at bedtime for a few months now, and it works well to take the edge off of my chronic pain so I can fall asleep. Resonant Botanicals’ pain-relieving lotions including Painless X are definitely workhorses in my pain-management toolkit!
Want to try Painless X?
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Below are links to all of my previous reviews of Resonant Botanicals products: