Cannabis Therapy can safely recommend that you rub in a cannabis oil topical for pain. We recently introduced a new product to our amazing range of cannabis goods. Research into arthritis is increasingly showing that cannabis oil can ease the inflammation and pain in joints affected by arthritis. The two main types of arthritis are rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis, but there are more than 200 different forms of this debilitating disease. All you have to do for a better quality of life is to rub in a cannabis oil topical for the pain.
Rub in Panacea Topical for Pain
Cannabis Therapy promotes our very own Panacea Pain Relief Balm, a unique topical that provides fast and long-lasting pain relief from arthritis. This exclusive ointment also provides soothing targeted relief for muscle pains and aches. Every ingredient is natural and selected for its pain-relieving properties. We chose organic coconut oil, shea butter, hemp oil and cannabis oil to make our perfect healing topical. Then we added essential oils of lavender, eucalyptus, rosemary and peppermint for maximum effectiveness. We have also developed and tested the product among arthritis sufferers – 9 out of 10 users ordered the product after initial tests!
How Should you Apply a Topical?
The best way to apply a cannabis oil topical is to rub it into the skin liberally and a few times a day. Other words for topical are salve, balm, cream, lotion or ointment. We know that a cannabis oil topical provides soothing relief from inflammation and pain, as well as being antibacterial – and all of this without being psychoactive.
This is because the cannabis has to be ingested and metabolised by the liver before it makes you high. And the only cannabinoid that does make you high is the psychoactive tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). A cannabis oil topical infused with THC works wonders on arthritis and other joint or muscle pains. Cannabidiol (CBD) is also a useful healing cannabinoid to use on acne, psoriasis and eczema.
What is an Oil and How Does it Work?
It is interesting to note what exactly an oil is. It consists of fatty molecules in a lipid base and our body’s cells are also lipid-based so when you rub in a cannabis oil topical, the skin absorbs it easily. The oil penetrates the tissues and positively affects the tissues, nerves or even the way the cells behave in the immune system.
If, for example, you rub in a THC cannabis oil into a sore back, or you rub a topical into swollen joints, the cannabinoids enter the tissues right there and regulate the cells in that area. This method really helps people to fight pain and inflammation by softening and nourishing the nerves. You cannot get high when you rub a THC topical into your skin but it works wonders.
Rub a Cannabis Oil Topical into Your Skin Often
An easy way to make a topical is to make a tincture using cannabis and then rub this into your skin which will be absorbed extremely quickly. Warm oil massages really do work and also contribute to reducing anxiety and stress. Rubbing in a cannabis oil topical like our Panacea Ultra Strength Pain Relief Balm really tones the nerves and reduces the pain in the joints or muscles.
The trick about applying cannabis oil topicals is that you have to do it regularly and generously. Persevere until the pain goes – which could take a few days or a week or two. But it is far better than swallowing a pain killer which has impacts on your liver, kidney and well-being. Chat to us at Cannabis Therapy for more information on rubbing a cannabis oil topical into your painful skin areas.