THC Topical Pain
Topicals are cannabis-infused lotions that are absorbed through the skin for localized relief of pain, soreness, and inflammation.
Topicals are 1000mg of THC cannabinoid extract base combine with essential oils. It is scented in a 30ml ointment jar.
This scented topical is not recommended for skin conditions, but for diseases related to pain such as Arthritis, osteoporosis, Fibromyalgia, muscle pain and more.
What is THC
THC is the most abundant cannabinoid present in cannabis. Specifically, Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) aka the psycho-active compound in cannabis contains miraculous healing properties and benefits.
DOES THC TOPICAL GET YOU HIGH?
No, THC Topical will not get you high. This non-psychoactivity is because the cannabinoids in topicals bind to CB2 receptors near the skin, activating the endocannabinoid system, and are never absorbed into the bloodstream. However, consuming THC in other forms such as tincture, smoking or eating it, can cause one to get high.
IS THC TOPICAL PAIN RIGHT FOR YOU?
- The medical literature that has been published indicates that, because cannabis infused salves and balms are non-psychoactive and affect only the region to which they are applied, they are the most effective application of cannabinoids for localized relief from pain, tension, muscle ache, and inflammation.
- Topical applications of cannabinoids are also effective at relieving the chronic pain from arthritis and rheumatism.
- Topical applications also benefit the skin thanks to their anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, and immunity-modulating properties.
THC Topical Condition List
|Arthritis and Rheumatism||Menstruation pains|
|Back pains, muscular pains and cramps, sprains and other contusions||Migraine, head pains, tension headaches|
|Isolated skin cancer||Localized Pain|
How to use THC topical pain
Apply 3 x daily a light coating to effected areas, allow to air dry before covering. Best used in conjunction with oral dosing CBD.
To date, there has been no side effects reported, using THC Topicals. For serious disease or injuries, you’ll need to consult a doctor before trying any new treatments.