CBD Recipes & Measurements

CBD-infused Balm

I love this CBD-infused balm! This buttery cream is especially nice as a foot cream. I apply it at bedtime and then wear socks so the sheets won't get greasy. I've even used it to soothe fire ant bites and a wasp sting. I call it "Pea Souffle CBD Balm" because of the color. Full Spectrum CBD is very green so the finished balm is a light pea green color. This balm has approximately 50mg of CBD per ounce. 


  • 6 oz raw Shea butter(from eBay or Walmart.com)
  • 3 oz raw Cocoa butter(from eBay or Walmart.com)
  • 2 oz Beeswax pellets (from SwansonHealth.com)
  • 8 oz NOW brand Sweet Almond Oil(from SwansonHealth.com)
  • 1 oz NOW brand Vitamin E Oil (olive oil base)  
  • 2 of 1-ounce bottles of HempWorx CBD Oil (500mg bottles, unflavored) 
  • 20 drops of Lavender Essential oil (from SwansonHealth.com)

You can cut the recipe in half if you like. When finished, I have five 4-oz jars of CBD balm, plus a little extra.  


First, measure the oils: cocoa butter, shea butter, beeswax, vitamin E oil and almond oil. I used an old postal scale to verify that I had correct amounts of each. (I was careful because I want to know exactly how much CBD is in my body balm when it's finished.) 


Melt the hard oils together: Cocoa Butter, Shea Butter and Beeswax. (Don't warm up the almond oil, CBD or Lavender.)


I set the bowl in a pan of water and heated it on low (on the stove) until the oils were melted. I used a small casserole dish since it was the best size for this project, and it could be heated. 


The beeswax was the last to melt, and I used a small wisk to help speed it up. Don't let the oils get too hot; you want them to be just-melted to liquid form.


Remove from heat. 

Stir in the Sweet Almond oil, Olive oil and the Lavender drops. 


Last, I pour in the bottles of CBD oil. Full-Spectrum CBD is green in color and will make your oil mixture look muddy green. I used the natural (unflavored) full-spectrum CBD oil from HempWorx, because I prefer the results we get from the full-spectrum oil. The color does improve once the oils are cooled and whipped. 

There is approx. 50 mg of CBD oil in each ounce of the balm. 


Stir the oils so everything is well-mixed. Put in the refrigerator or freezer for 10 minutes to cool. The photo above shows the oils when they are firm again. 


When the oils are firm, stir and then use your kitchen mixer to whip the oils as you would whip cream or egg whites. 

I do put the bowl of oil back in the fridge a couple of times and whip it again each time, in order to make it more "fluffy." 


When the oils are as fluffy as they're going to be, pack your Pea Souffle CBD Balm in small jars with lids. I like to use white plastic jars from Specialty Bottle Co. I've used their 2 oz jars as well as 4 oz jars. This recipe will fill five of the 4 oz jars, plus a little extra. 

I call it "Pea Souffle" CBD Balm because of the color. Full Spectrum CBD is very green so the finished balm is a light pea green color. 

If the CBD Balm gets too soft in warm weather (we're in Florida) you can refrigerate to firm it up again.

I store my extra jars in the fridge. 

The Vitamin E oil will help prevent oxidation. 


I absolutely love the HempWorx Cinnamon CBD in a cup of Hibiscus Herbal tea. I found the hibiscus tea at Save A Lot. Hibiscus tea is also available as Red Zinger Tea at most grocery stores. Hibiscus tea is red tea with a bold fruity flavor. I use Stevia for sweetener. 

I like to add the cinnamon CBD to my morning coffee, too.