Chocolate hashberry bath bomb by Stewart Farms

THC: 50mg CBD: 50mg
Ingredients: sodium bicarbonate, zea mays (corn) starch, citric acid, magnesium sulfate, sodium chloride, caprylic capric triglycerides (MCT Oil)*, theobroma cacao (cocoa) seed butter*, aqua, citrus sinensis (sweet orange) peel*, citrus paradisi (white grapefruit) peel oil, copaifera spp (copaiba) resin oil, cymbopogon martinii var motia (palmarosa) leaf oil*, anthemis nobilis L (Roman chamomile) flower oil, cinnamomum cassia (cassia) leaf oil*, mica and/or iron oxide, CI 16035, delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol, cannabidiol, Rosa centifolia (rose) petals, sodium benzoate. *Organic/Biologique

Instructions for use: with any infused bath soak or bath bomb, you'll want to stay in the bath for at least 1/2 an hour, the longer the better. This gives the cannabinoids a chance to soak into your skin and do their thing.

This review will be the same for the other Stewart Farms bath bomb. This product is made with Chocolate Kush and Blackberry Kush, which is really more of a novelty in my opinion, I don't think the cultivar really matters when it comes to topicals, especially bath products.

I find the amount of cannabinoids in this product to be too low, especially considering the price. 50mg of THC is normal for bath bombs however 50mg for CBD is quite low. Like the other Stewart farms bath bomb I reviewed, it's a lovely, luxurious bath bomb that leaves the skin soft and it has a really nice fragrance. They do make a superior product, unfortunately $17 is a lot to pay for one bath bomb (Note, I have seen this bath bomb for as low as $13.50 on the B.C cannabis store website).

While the bath bomb is quite relaxing and feels nice, it doesn't feel any different to me than any other bath bomb that's not infused. However it might be a worth a try if you want to treat yourself, or buy as a gift for someone, the Stewart Farms bath bombs are quite popular.

Did you try this product, what did you think?

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