Medicinal herbs; traditional sources of relief from pain and other ailments

Let’s Talk About Traditional Medicinal Herbs

One of the most common questions we receive is why TRUST Biologic’s roll-on Pain Relief Gel is so effective at reducing pain and inflammation. What makes our formula truly healing is not the individual herbal extracts, CBD and CBG, but the expert combination of those herbs, and the extraction methods we use to create a balanced formula that works optimally with the body.  Our delivery system and ingredients are all formulated to work in synergy to provide an “entourage effect”.  Our unique herbal blend holistically elevates the effect of the CBD and CBG, and is extremely efficacious for results you feel. Here’s how each ingredient works synergistically to relieve aches, pain and inflammation.

Menthol: along with pain relieving and anti-inflammatory capabilities, menthol acts as a carminative. It helps relax the intestinal muscles and treat gastrointestinal ailments. Topically, it is used for pain and inflammation.


Camphor: camphor has a wide variety of topical uses due to its antibacterial, antifungal, and anti-inflammatory properties. It can be used to treat skin conditions, improve respiratory function, and relieve pain.


Achyranthis Bidentatae Root: recommended to reinforce the muscles and bones, improve the tone of the liver and kidneys, promoting blood flow and removing blood stasis, and increase longevity. Clinically physicians love to prescribe it for the treatment of a variety of arthritis, osteoproliferation, cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases.


Achyranthes Root: is used to improve circulation in the lower half of the body. Due to its function of increasing blood circulation it is used for high blood pressure, painful menstruation, and the absence of menstruation. It is beneficial to joints and bones and is thus used for pain and soreness of the lower back and knees due to weakness.


Paeonia Albiflora Root: the roots are commonly used in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) for many purposes. Peony might block chemicals that can cause pain and swelling. It might also prevent blood clotting, kill cancer cells, and act as an antioxidant. Paeonia is a nootropic, an adaptogen, and an antioxidant.

Paeonia is an adaptogenic herb. Adaptogens help the body combat the effects of stress and enable the body to function normally during traumatic periods. Paeonia helps maintain the balance of the nerves when you’re under stress.

Poria Cocos Root: Poria cocos has been used in TCM for 2,000 years. It's showing promise as a treatment for numerous health conditions, especially Alzheimer's, cancer, and diabetes. It may also have benefits for digestion, insomnia, depression, osteoporosis, and skin aging. Poria mushroom contains chemicals that might improve kidney function, lower serum cholesterol, reduce inflammation, and suppress immune function. It might also have antitumor and anti-vomiting effects.

Glycyrrhiza Glabra (licorice root): many compounds in licorice root may help to reduce inflammation of the skin and other parts of the body. These compounds can help to treat several skin conditions.

Jojoba esters: jojoba esters have been clinically proven to reduce dryness that can lead to flaky, rough patches on the skin. They also are effective in diminishing fine lines and increasing the skin's firmness, helping to reverse visible signs of aging.


Cannabidiol: researchers found that CBD can significantly reduce intense pain, sharp pain, itchy sensations, and cold. Other research also suggests that topical CBD may be useful for treating joint and muscle pain associated with other conditions, such as migraine. Topical CBD may also benefit certain skin disorders.


Cannabigerol: CBG works by binding to both receptors where it's thought to strengthen the function of anandamide, a neurotransmitter that plays a role in motivation, regulating appetite and sleep, and alleviating pain.


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