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As more and more research is conducted on cannabinoids like THC and CBD and the endocannabinoid system, newer ways to use cannabinoid based products are being developed, including the use of our largest and most outward organ — our skin.

Cannabis topicals have been around for centuries. The use of the plant to treat wounds, aggressive infections, and heavy burns dates back to 2,700 BC. It was mainly used orally (as a tincture or component in medicine) and by smoking, although there is some documentation of external use.

Cannabis is believed to have been used externally by the Egyptians, for its antiseptic properties. Reports from different parts of Africa indicate that it was used for a similar purpose. Historical records indicate that the ancient Chinese, Greeks, and Indians also used topical preparations of cannabis medicinally.

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How do topicals work?

Smoking marijuana or ingesting it orally could take up to 2 hours or more to fully experience the effects. Topical application of cannabinoids allows them to be absorbed directly into the affected area for faster and more focused relief by binding to a network of receptors called CB2. These CB2 receptors are found throughout the body and are activated either by the body’s naturally-occurring endocannabinoids or by cannabis compounds known as “phytocannabinoids” (e.g., THC, CBD).

What are cannabis topicals?

Cannabis topicals are cannabis-infused balms, salves, lotions, and oils that are absorbed through the skin for localized relief of pain, soreness, and inflammation. Topicals are often chosen by patients who want the therapeutic benefits of marijuana without the cerebral euphoria associated with other delivery methods.





Why topicals?

Topicals are most popularly chosen for localized pain relief, muscle soreness, tension, and inflammation, but studies are beginning to show a widening spectrum of potential benefits, from psoriasis, dermatitis and itching, to headaches.







 

Will I get intoxicated?

No. There are no psychoactive “stoned” effects from these treatments. Many recipients report extreme relaxation after receiving our services. Evidence suggests that you will not fail a drug test after using topicals, but for anyone that is concerned about this, we offer a CBD only-massage that does not contain THC.







 

What does Science say?

A study analysis in Journal of Pain Research confirms that topical use of certain cannabinoid topicals can reduce pain in animals with inflammation or neuropathic pain.











 

Are there ANY requirements?

YES: You have to be 21















 
 
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