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Cannabidiol (CBD) remedies have debuted at Agave, The Arizona Spa at The Westin Kierland Resort & Spa.

Among one the first spas in the Grand Canyon state to provide the hemp-centric offerings, the Scottsdale-based spa innovates with Mary’s Nutritionals Muscle Freeze and Elite Compound whole-plant hemp extract products, both featured as a massage therapy supplement to reduce inflammation and alleviate pain.

Aimed at providing spa-goers with not only the highest quality rejuvenation but also alternatively cultivated therapies, Agave Spa’s CBD remedies (priced at $19 each) are available as an add-on to a variety of massage therapy treatments, each hand-selected as most optimal for CBD enhancements including the Athletic Recovery Massage, Craniosacral Energy Therapy, Traveler’s Relief Massage and more.

A spot-specific transdermal balm, Mary’s Elite Compound is formulated as a deep penetration topical containing 100mg of activated hemp extract that may be applied locally to muscles, joints or tender areas. A complement to the transdermal balm, Mary’s Muscle Freeze combines natural plant extracts for a soothing, cooling effect to provide quick relief with 200mg of activated hemp extract.

A comprehensive wellness destination, Agave, The Arizona Spa features 20 treatment rooms, a full-service salon, movement studio, weight training and cardiovascular studio, juice bar, private pool and cabanas, and a men’s and ladies’ locker rooms, each with a whirlpool, sauna and steam room.

For more information, visit Check out Napa Valley for some more CBD wellness treatments.

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