Medicine Farm Botanicals Phoenix Oil

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Medicine Farm Botanicals Phoenix Oil

By: Taylor

Medicine Farm Botanicals Clinical Strength 1:1 Phoenix Oil is a mighty product in tiny packaging. With 250mg of THC and CBD respectively, this little oil boasts over 500mg of total cannabinoids in a 0.3 fl oz (9mL) package. This topical features a variety of essential oils blended beautifully with the cannabis oil to deliver a full bodied experience. This oil contains Fennel, Clove, Peppermint, Cinnamon, Tea Tree, Comfrey, and many more that leave you with a lingering, soothing smell that is reminiscent of Tiger Balm without being overwhelmingly strong. One of my favorite things about this blended topical is that these essential oils are strong enough to linger in your sinuses. My second favorite quality is how easy it is to apply on the go. The rolling tip allows for easy application, no rubbing necessary! Yet, it is thick enough to stay wherever it’s applied. If you love the smell of Chinese herbal essential oils, and don’t want the tingling or cooling sensation of other menthol-based topicals, then this is the topical for you. This phoenix oil is a potent product, and is sure to be your new wing man! Come on down to Urban Farmacy, and talk to your budtender to learn more about which topical is the best fit for you! https://www.urbanfarmacypdx.com/ is located on NE 60th Avenue, in Portland, Oregon.

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