PUT IT ON: Cannabis Topicals

With the popularity of dispensaries like I AM CAFE continuing to rise in Canada, it’s no surprise that more people are wanting to buy cannabis products South of the border too. Because of this need, more businesses are now coming up and providing services like these, with finding the best Cannabis seeds and researching the best conditions to grow them in. Thanks to this popularity, the recreational cannabis industry in Colorado opened up new treatment options for those suffering from sore muscles, arthritic joints, aches and pains, skin conditions, sexual function, and other afflictions; Topical Cannabis Treatments, and sales soaring in Colorado. Businesses such as this use the best ingredients they can to make products that will help those who are suffering, however, with harvesting there needs to be special measures put in place to make sure it is dealt with properly at all stages as cannabis waste is considered special waste, and must be thrown away according to guidelines.

For people interested in exploring medical marijuana treatments without a medical marijuana license, most dispensaries in Colorado can provide a variety of salves, ointments, and trans-dermal options for relief. Utilizing the non-psychoactive ingredient in marijuana and hemp, cannabidiol or CBD, these therapeutic topicals provide anti-inflammatory, analgesic and other health benefits.

For sore muscles, arthritic joints, and every day aches and pains brought on by our active Colorado lifestyle, dispensaries carry a wide variety of products. Popular brands include Apothecanna’s pain relief lotions with additional botanical oils for enhanced effect, or salves from Mary’s Medicinals. Ointments containing CBD without the psychoactive ingredient THC can also be ordered on-line from companies like Bluebird Botanicals.

Many massage therapists are turning to cannabis infused oils to enhance the benefits of massage thanks to the anti-inflammatory properties of CBD, as well as offering increased relaxation and sensory awareness.

Colorado’s dry climate can take a toll on your skin and cannabis oil helps nourishes it. Its use has also been lauded by cyclists with saddle sores and others seeking relief from irritating skin conditions.

Women are finding enhanced sexual pleasure with topical treatments from products like Foria and Evos, available at most dispensaries.

Cannabis topicals with CBD do not provide the “high” associated with marijuana, making them an option to explore for anyone interested in natural healing. Visit https://ultrazencbd.com/ if you want to find out more about it and what it can actually treat.

As with anything you consume or use on your body it is always good to do a little research before you try it. Enjoy!

Leigh Girvin is a member of the Breckenridge Liquor and Marijuana Licensing Authority, an appointment by the Breckenridge Town Council.

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