A variety of problems
People using Doc’s Magic Oil have reported relief from:
Arthritis – pain, swelling, stiffness
Joint pain and swelling
Muscle – aches, soreness, overuse, pain, strain
Skin – speeds healing and relieves pain, dryness and itching of
minor abrasions, burns, psoriasis, insect bites, small cuts
rashes and athletes foot
People using Doc’s Magic Oil have reported using it to:
Open congested nasal passages, reduces stress, aid in sound sleep
and relieve headaches
Apply the oil with the roll on applicator directly to the skin
of the area you wish to affect.
Doc’s Magic Oil is for external use only . Do not swallow it or take it internally.
For joint muscle and skin issues apply it directly to the affected area. If the skin
is broken wait 24 hours until the skin is not broken to apply the oil.
On burns use immediately unless the skin is broken or blistered, wait 24 hrs. to
apply. To lift mood, aid in sleep or relieve stuffy nose or sinuses, apply to the tip
of the nose or the upper lip. For headache relief apply to the neck muscles at
the base of the head and temples.
The biggest mistake people make using Doc’s Magic Oil is applying it too
infrequently. This is true for the use of almost all herbal and essential oil
remedies. The general populace has been conditioned to use pharmaceuticals
which only apply the active ingredient of the plant to achieve results. This approach
is fraught with too many issues to cover here. The main one, however, is negative
Because essential oils and herbs use more of their complete biochemistry,
not just the main active ingredient, side effects are minimal to non-existent. When used
in sufficient amounts essential oils are potent and effective.
While many report immediate results chronic or acute issues may need frequent application
to respond. People applying the oil once or twice an hour report the best results. We are
each so individual and unique results may vary. Some experimentation may be necessary
to find what works best for you
Although no one has had a negative response to using Doc’s Magic Oil,
if you feel or know you have sensitive skin, it is best to consult your health
care provider before use. Then you may apply Doc’s Magic Oil to a small
area ( ½” square) on the inside of your forearm. Apply liberally to this area
then wait a minimum of 2 hours to see how your skin responds. If you have
no negative reaction then begin by applying the oil to this same area once
an hour for 2 hours. If you still have no negative reaction you may begin to
apply the oil in other areas using the same process. If at any point you
have a negative response cease use immediately and consult your health care
THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) is the psycho active ingredient in cannabis.
Our oil contains only trace amounts of THC. In addition
THC is lipid (fat) soluble therefore very little if any THC would
enter the bloodstream via transdermal (through the skin) delivery.
Yes. Roughly 0.1 - 0.2%
Doc’s Magic Oil is made using the oil of the industrial hemp plant.
By law all therapeutic hemp oil must contains 3 % or less THC.
As with all industrial therapeutic CBD our oil contains trace
amounts of THC. Our oil has 2.3% THC by lab assay. The
process of blending the CBD oil, essential
oils and high MCT coconut oil for Doc’s Magic Oil reduces the
initial amount of THC.
The CBD in Doc’s Magic Oil does not actually enter the bloodstream it
interacts with the peripheral nervous system. Only trace amounts of
THC enter the blood stream. As a result, people that
use our topicals have not tested positive for THC in drug tests.
Most people find a 5 ml bottle lasts about 1 month even with
frequent application to an average size area. (4”x4”)
With that said. The length of time it takes to use a 5 ml bottle is
determined by two factors; the frequency of application and the
size of the area to which the oil is applied. More frequent application
to a large surface area uses up the oil faster. Less frequent application
or a smaller area of application or both uses the oil more slowly.
Doc’s Magic Oil is sold by professional health care
providers: massage therapist, chiropractors, physical
therapist, nurse practitioners and licensed apothecaries.
If your health care provider, therapist or apothecary is not
carrying Doc’s Magic Oil please have them contact us for