CBD Infused Massage


With recreational marijuana going legal July 1st of this year, more and more people are experimenting with the effects of these products. We all know traditional uses of cannabis, but have you heard about the topical use?

IMR is introducing to Las Vegas CBD infused massages!

There’s no extra charge to try a CBD massage. All we want is your feedback after your service. Let us know what you think!

Why does CBD enhance the massage?

Cannabis is a well-known pain reviler  and anti-inflammatory agent. By reducing pain and inflammation in the muscles, the therapist is able to work more deeply and effectively. Studies have also found CBD good for speeding up the recovery time of injured connective tissues.

What is CBD?

Cannabidiol is a cannabis compound that has significant medical benefits, but does not make people feel “stoned”. CBD can actually counteract the psycho-activity of THC.

CBD is naturally occurring in the cannabis plant.

CBD massage incorporates the health benefits of cannabis plants by applying topical products to areas experiencing inflammation, swelling, pain or tension. Cannabinoid (CBD) is absorbed through the skin and into tissue to support body systems without mind-altering side effects of cannabis products. CBD is extracted from cannabis plants to allow clients to experience benefits of cannabis in a different way.

YouTube Videos on CBD

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 CBD For Life


95% naturally derived 

Free of: GMOs, Parabens, Phthalates, Formaldehyde, Artificial coloring 

Never tested on animals

CBD May Help in Many Ways:

*These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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Anyone interested in trying a CBD massage must consent to the following:

I consent that I am 21 years of age or older.  I understand I must have a current I.D., and I.D. must be present at time of service. I have requested the “CBD Massage” treatment at my own risk. I understand that every person responds to topical CBD products differently.

CBD has been medically proven to be non-psychoactive because it does not interfere with psycho-motor and psychological functions. There have been numerous studies that show CBD is well tolerated and safe, especially in low doses.

While CBD has been legalized in the State of Nevada, it is still considered a Schedule 1 drug by the Federal Government and IMR Massage is not responsible for any legal actions taken against you by any authorized agent or representative of the United States government, including but not limited to, the DEA and ATF.

IMR Massage works to ensure the purity of our CBD products. However, CBD oil can still contain minute traces of THC, and use of a high quantity of CBD oil can result in rare instances of a “false positive” in less than 0.2% of all cases. Therefore, while it is extremely unlikely the use of CBD oil will result in a positive urine screening for THC, IMR Massage is not responsible for any failed drug test.

I further understand Topical CBD products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Neither the products nor the ingredients in any of the products available at IMR Massage LLC have been approved or endorsed by the FDA or any regulatory agency.

We provide these links as a convenience only and do not endorse any of these sites.  We are not responsible for the content of, and do not make any representations regarding the materials on, such linked third-party websites.  If you decide to access or rely on information at linked third-party websites, you do so at your own risk.

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IMR Massage, LLC of Las Vegas

8872 S Eastern Ave Ste 103

Las Vegas, NV