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Cannabis topicals are a great way to enjoy CBD or THC without consuming cannabis. Cannabis topicals are useful for a wide range of people because they do not provide the psychoactive effect as if it is when smoking, vaping or ingesting the weed flower.

What are Cannabis Topicals?

“Topical” is a term used to describe the products that are applied on the surface of the body: lotions, salves, balms, ointments, etc. What makes topicals unique is the way of their use. They are not consumed orally, but are only applied on the skin. Therefore, cannabis topicals are not used for recreational purposes, but only for therapeutic use.

Topicals are extremely useful for those people who suffer from pain in joints, muscles, anxiety, backache, etc. Being locally applied, you can easily use it to the trouble areas of your body. As a result, it will significantly relieve pain and relax your muscles. With the help of cannabis, topicals, consumers can enjoy all the benefits of THC and CBD without smoking or inhaling cannabis. For those who are not the regular cannabis recreational users, topical cannabis is an excellent decision able to get rid of pain in a couple of minutes. No side effects that usually come with the traditional pain relievers. 

How Do Marijuana-Infused Topicals Work?

Your body’s natural endocannabinoid system regulates responsible for the regulation of appetite, pleasure, mood, and pain receptors. Active compounds of cannabis topicals – known as cannabinoids – CBD and THC can activate your endocannabinoid system. THC and endocannabinoids are similar, as both of them bind to cell CB1 and CB2 receptors – responsible for anti-inflammation and pain relief.

Cannabis lotion, balm, oil, or cannabis cream can help with pain, soreness, inflammation. Being non-intoxicating, they are non-allergic, meaning they do not provide any side effects. Once applied to the skin, they bind to a network of receptors, known as CB2 (found all around the body) through the CB1 receptors that are presented in the skin, muscles tissues and nerves. CB2 receptors are activated through the body’s naturally occurring endocannabinoids or by the CBD, THC compounds. Cannabis topicals penetrate these receptors and also make their way into the bloodstream, where it interacts with CB2 receptors. Cannabis topicals can get distributed to the rest of the body, but the process takes so much time that the consumer will not detect any mental effect. It means that when consuming THC cannabis topical, you will not experience any “high” impact at it is when vaping, taking orally or smoking marijuana. 

Will You Get “High”?

Cannabis topicals are infused with a wide range of cannabinoids. The most widely used is CBD; however, in comparison with THC is does not include any psychoactive properties. Instead, it is widely-known for its medicinal benefits. However, some topicals do contain THC, and, as a result, enables users to get “high”.  

Our skin acts as a protective barrier, providing necessary protection to our body and preventing it from bacteria. The same is when applying cannabis topicals. You cannot get “high” only by applying topicals to your skin, as it is only absorbed by a system of receptors called Cb2 and is not able to get absorbed into the bloodstream through your skin. Cannabis can only get you “high” if it is consumed orally.

How to Use Cannabis Topicals?

  • Choose the right spot
  • Wash your hands and skin
  • Be mindful


The effectiveness of topical treatment includes the following conditions:

  • Certain types of dermatitis (including atopic) and psoriasis;
  • hemorrhoids;
  • superficial cuts, wounds, furuncles, acne pimples, corns;
  • back pain;
  • muscular pain;
  • rheumatism and arthritis pain;
  • migraine;
  • headaches;
  • cold and sore throat;
  • bronchitis

Where to Apply Cannabis Topical?

Before applying cannabis topical, you should define where your pain is coming from. Are you feeling a headache from your head or the tension in your neck? It is highly essential to “hear” your body, as it is necessary to know where the pain point is settled to apply the cannabis topical. 

The effects of some cannabis topical can be felt right away, while the other cannabis topicals require some time to provide the result. 

If you do not have any specific nagging areas to focus on, apply cannabis topical to:

  • Shoulders
  • Temples
  • Elbows, knees, and other joints
  • Wrists
  • Neck
  • Back of the heel/foot
  • Soles of your feet

We recommend cannabis topicals those consumers who are suffering from local pain and inflammation, muscle soreness and tension. Some consumers have also tried cannabis topicals to relief other remedies: headaches, dermatitis, cramps, itching, etc. As a result, they found this beneficial and efficient therapeutic decision. 

If you are one of those who are suffering from regular pain, then cannabis topicals would be useful for you to try. In case you do not know what cannabis topical you need, do not hesitate to contact us and get professional assistance. Keep in mind that one topical benefits vary from mmm the other one, so you need to consult your doctor to get the necessary recommendation. 

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