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Sound Vibration and Herbal Medicine Combine to Create Unique CBD Pain Relief Salve

Life-long musician Marc Malin, bodyworker, sound healer and founder of Sound Touch Therapy in Solana Beach, believes that sound is the future of medicine. That is why it is no surprise that this vibrational medicine healer has created a new product which infuses sound therapy into a holistic pain relief salve for maximum healing benefits. “The principal behind using sound infusion is the same as the principals behind homeopathy. It creates an energetic signature,” shares Malin.

        Sound Touch Therapeutic CBD Pain Relief Salve is infused with sound healing vibes at 528 hertz, which according to vibrational energy theory, is the vibration of love, healing and miracles. The salve helps relieve inflammation; muscle aches, pains and spasms; and joint and nerve pain.

        This energy medicine contains CBD oil, castor oil, arnica oil, Saint John’s Wort oil, kukui nut oil, non-GMO hemp seed oil, organic coconut oil, beeswax, and an essential oil blend with warming oils like ginger and frankincense that give the salve a wonderful scent. Each jar  has a guaranteed potency of 100 milligrams of CBD per container, and it does not contain THC–therefore legal in all states. “It feels great, it smells great, and above all, it works great,” adds Malin.

        To celebrate the launch of his new product, for a limited time, Malin is offering free shipping in the contiguous U.S. for both the one ounce and two ounce sizes.

Cost: One-ounce jar $35; two-ounce jar $45. To order, visit Sound Touch is located in Global Heart Sanctuary, 731 South Hwy. 101, in Solana Beach. Call 505-469-0758.  


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