The past two years have been a time of unprecedented stress for society as a whole. And that calls for a day at the spa with all the bells and whistles.

Cannabidiol products can really help rejuvenation sink in. The compound, more commonly known as CBD, is found in cannabis and can be made in the lab. The clinical studies, which are still in their infancy, can be expected to confirm what many CBD users have already discovered for themselves: that it can help with conditions such as as chronic pain, anxiety and even addiction.

Here are some CBD-infused spa day ideas to take your relaxation to a whole new level.

CBD Massage

Spa du Mirage therapists can customize any of the massages on the menu, including personalized massages for athletes and couples, with a CBD-infused serum. $205 to $380; mgmresorts.com.

Waldorf Astoria Spa offers CBD oil and CBD cream enhancements for their massages. Add them to a Thai fusion or hot stone massage to target and restore highly tense areas. $210 to $455; waldorfastorialasvegas.com.

fCaesars properties, including Paris Las Vegas and Planet Hollywood, offer a wellness ritual massage, which uses massage techniques to work the healing compound deep into the muscles. The result is a relaxed nervous system and relief from body aches, muscle aches, arthritis, sprains, strains and inflammation. $195 to $305; caesars.com.

Mani-pedi with lavender oil

Sore hands and feet can find intense relief with a manicure or pedicure enriched with a blend of 100 milligrams of broad-spectrum CBD. Broad-spectrum CBD contains additional cannabinoids and beneficial terpenes from the cannabis plant. Combined with exfoliating Dead Sea salt and soothing lavender essential oil, the treatment leaves extremities hydrated, nourished and soothed. $115 to $145; Salon of Colors at Caesars Palace; caesars.com.

Treatment of pain points

As an addition to existing massages, treating pain points can nip pain in the bud with water-soluble CBD. The water-soluble formula is designed to absorb quickly for maximum impact and is combined with botanical ingredients. $240 to $330; available at Spa at the Linq, Spa at Flamingo Las Vegas, the Spat at Harrah’s Las Vegas and Qua Baths & Spa at Caesars; caesars.com.

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