Reservoir patches provide multi-day relief where you need it. 

Put the patch where you need it and feel the concentrated effects for several days through your active life and your showers.

Most people start feeling it after 15 to 20 minutes.  We put plenty of ingredients to last several days.  How long you can leave the patch in place depends on the sensitivity of your skin and the location.  If you place it where the skin is not already irritated, you will be able to leave the patch on for 3 to 4 days.  Skin can he irritated by the sun and chaffing of clothes (i.e. where your shirt collar makes contact and the exposed parts of your neck). To help the patch stay in place, avoid areas with a lot of hair or where there is much flexing.

There are other types of patches on the market: these tend to look like tape with the active ingredients combined with the adhesive.  This is commonly used by pharmaceutical companies to deliver very powerful drugs such as fentanyl and nicotine.  Unfortunately for the herbal industry, these types of patches cannot hold enough herbs to offer significant results without loosing adhesion.

Creams are a good way to get a dose of herbal remedy and has the advantage of covering a larger area than patches can, but it can only deliver a single dose and would have to be reapplied every couple of hours to match the time release of Reservoir Patches.

Tinctures, gummies, vapes and smokes all provide a mild, full body experience that lasts until your body flushes out the herbs in a few hours.  Reservoir Patches continue soaking the area for several days.

These is no single solution for each condition, but if you need relief for several days, put the patch on the sore joint or muscle and start enjoying life again!

There are patches that some people find help them reduce anxiety and other patches that people find helpful for winding down and getting sleep.  Reservoir Patches are not limited to herbal products.  Almost any supplement that is compatible with the skin can be applied by way of a Reservoir Patch.


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