Cannavera Mojave Sage Topical Pain Relief hemp oil review: A natural alternative to IcyHot – GEEKSPIN


Cannavera Mojave Sage Topical Pain Relief Oil review

Bottom Line

Think of Cannavera Mojave Sage Topical Pain Relief Oil as an herbally concocted version of IcyHot that smells way better, doesn’t get greasy, and absorbs well into your skin.


Nice scentNot greasy, absorbs wellNo parabensHypoallergenicCreates a gentle tingling sensation



Not CBDPriceyWon’t help deeper inflammation

At first glance, you could be forgiven for thinking that Cannavera Mojave Sage Topical Pain Relief Oil is just another CBD oil on the market. It looks like it is just that, with the medicinal white label and green leaf logo floating on the top. However, it is a topical hemp oil that is THC-free with a pleasant herbal smell that simultaneously leaves a gentle tingling and soothing feeling on your skin.

Although hemp or “Cannabis Sativa L. Oil” is listed in the ingredient list, it comes in at seventh down the line and is preceded by other oils such as grape seed oil, rosehip oil, passion fruit seed oil and Capric Triglycerides (or coconut oil esterified. Yet, even with all those oils, the Mojave Sage Topical Pain Relief Oil goes on to your skin surprisingly dry and not greasy. Instead, it quickly disappears into your skin leaving it feeling nourished. Many nourishing ingredients, such as aloe, are apart of its formula, and they undoubtedly contribute to that feeling.

After applying it to your skin, it also feels almost warm to the touch, likely due to the Capsaicin Extract (think cayenne). The experience is comparatively softer and less odiferous than IcyHot. Lencura claims that Canaverra topical relief oil has “Time Release Technology” via their trademarked Silvidiol technology. The oil is also gluten-free, paraben-free, and non-GMO.

The Bottom Line

Does it work? Lencura themselves says that their oil is ideal for symptomatic pain caused by the likes of Arthritis, Diabetes, Fibromyalgia, Bursitis, Tendinitis, Sciatica, Carpal Tunnel, Trigeminal Neuralgia, and many peripheral neuropathies. The point is that the oil only offers “symptomatic relief.” It does not treat or cure the problems. This is especially evident in that it is advertised to not enter the bloodstream to create a systemic effect like many other forms of CBD do. So, staying just in the skin you can only expect a limited amount of relief from problems stemming from well below the skin. That said, Cannavera Mojave Sage Topical Pain Relief hemp oil sure smells nice and has a lovely tingle to it, and we recommend it as a natural alternative to IcyHot.

You can purchase the 1-ounce treatment pump for $69.95 or roll-on bottles for less here.

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