Not all cannabis infused items must be eaten. In fact, there is an ever-increasing assortment of topical creams, sprays, lotions and oils designed to deliver THC directly to the affected areas. For many people, these products offer substantial relief over other methods for certain conditions. There are even reports of people using cannabis oil topically to treat skin cancer with great success.
If you need full body coverage, cannabis infused lotions and creams may not be the best route for you. Fortunately, there is yet another delivery system you can use: The Transdermal Patch. This is a great option for those who can neither smoke or eat their cannabis. Cannabis Transdermal patches introduce a slow steady release of THC (or CBD) directly into your blood stream providing long term relief – upwards of 8-12 hours. As current technology improves and new ones emerge, exciting new delivery mechanisms will continue to hit the market. We will try them all as they come and give you honest reviews so you can save time finding out what works and what doesn’t.
Easy Topical Cannabis Distillate Salve
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