Can You Put CBD Oil in Your Belly Button

Updated: Aug 17

This is not as strange as it may initially sound and there is some evidence to support the fact that yes, you can put CBD oil in your belly button as a means of consuming CBD oil. For years, people have used 'The Pechoti Method' when using essential oils to help with anxiety and stress relief.

Now, with the availability of high-quality CBD oils like the ones we carry in the Amaro Shop, it's never been easier to relieve pain by taking CBD, whether that be by droplets under the tongue, edible CBD products or by putting CBD oil directly into the belly button.


Why CBD?

We encourage you to check out our post titled "Fresno's Best Kept Secret: CBD Oil from the Amaro Farm" for the 1,000ft view of all the benefits of high-quality CBD oil and such. Having said that, CBD oil has many benefits, including reducing anxiety, pain, and inflammation. It can also be used to improve skin health.


CBD is also being used to treat a variety of conditions including anxiety, pain, inflammation, seizures, and more. There is a growing body of research that suggests CBD may be effective in treating these conditions.


We know that CBD affects people differently but one thing is for sure, if you suffer from chronic pain, you will benefit from our products!

What Are The Popular Methods of CBD Consumption?

Some of the more common methods of taking CBD oil are through edible products like gummies and brownies, vaping or simply placing droplets of CBD oil on the skin. Recently, there's been a new trend pop up that's not very common but has been proven to work, and that's using The Pechoti Method of applying oils in or around the belly button to help alleviate pain, muscle cramping, etc.


When you apply CBD oil to your belly button, the cannabinoids in the oil are absorbed into the blood stream and travel quickly throughout the body.


Similar to when you place droplets of CBD oil on the surface of your skin in any place of the body in which you are seeking relief.


What is The Pechoti Method?

The Pechoti Method is based on ancient medicine that focuses on a combination of physical and spiritual health. There are some individuals who believe that the oils can be absorbed through your belly button in a similar way that babies in their wombs get nutrients from their umbilical cords. This notion seems be lacking any research and evidence but it's still quite an interesting theory pertaining to the body's ability to absorb CBD through the belly button.

What Essential Oils Can You Put In Your Belly Button?

Therapeutic oil has been considered an excellent natural remedy for many of the common ailments we experience in our daily lives. Clinical evidence suggests that the aromas emitted from putting oil on the skin can provide stress relief, anxiety relief and in some case, pain relief.


Rarely discussed but the fact is, the entire line of CBD oils found in the Amaro Shop contain a host of other beneficial therapeutic oils including but not limited to Sweet Almond Oil, Argan Oil, Borage Oil, Pomegranate Oil, Rosehip Oil, and Carrot Seed Oil.


Rich in Vitamins A & B – these oils will energize your skin, even out skin tone, and reduce the appearance of under-eye circles and bags.


Rose Oil has been known for centuries to help to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.



Amaro PROVIDE’s powerhouse of high-quality, natural ingredients is sure to leave your skin bright, beautiful, and healthy.


Conclusions

While applying CBD oil in the belly button may be a little different than how most apply CBD oil it will still provide the classic benefits to the whole body that you've come to expect from high-quality CBD oil. Our advice will always be to purchase products of the highest quality like our ones on Amarocbd. Purchase your products today and enjoy all their beneficial properties.


Amaro CBD donates a portion of it's annual profits to 17 Strong, a non-profit organization that provides financial assistance to young adults battling life threatening illnesses through providing victory trips and scholarships.

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