I can use it on my skin now

I have developed some concerns with arthritis in our hands.

  • The fingers of my right hand often feel sort of tight, stiff and sore.

They swelled up to the point where I needed to cut my rings off. I suppose there are pills available, however I’m unwilling to take them. Instead, I looked into more natural herbs and came across cannabis. I ended up paying a visit to a local recreational dispensary and consulting with a budtender. I was not aware that it’s possible and beneficial to apply cannabis products directly to the skin. There is a big line of cannabis-infused creams, balms and salves available at the dispensary that deliver potent treatments. They can be used for skincare, cosmetics, first aid and all sorts of topical applications. Cannabis topicals don’t cause a THC sensation. They work because of particular cannabinoids found in the cannabis plant, including tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and cannabidiol (CBD). These active compounds engage particular receptors on the surface of the skin that regulate inflammation and the production of sebum. Plus, the terpenes that deliver the aroma of cannabis also offer therapeutic pros. I properly look for pinene terpenes that aroma a lot like fresh pine and are an expectorant much savor an all-natural Vapor Rub. Another familiar terpene is linalool, which provides cooling properties. While cannabinoids are larger molecules that don’t necessarily soak deep into the skin, terpenes tend to penetrate. I look for cannabis topicals that contain both cannabinoids and terpenes. I’ve found that particular topicals are especially anti-inflammatory. I’m able to apply the cream to a particular area for localized relief many times per day. The addition of essential oils such as lavender offers an entirely beautiful aroma. The topicals absorb suddenly and have made it possible for me to appreciate our normal and number one activities.

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