Cannabis topicals are a great remedy for all sorts of skin irritations, including acne, eczema, sunburn, bee stings, wounds and more.
I am relieved that recreational marijuana is finally legal in New Mexico. I was unwilling to pay the money and go through the hassle of qualifying for my medical marijuana card. I found it ridiculous that I needed a special card to be allowed to purchase cannabis-infused topicals. They are an entirely natural, totally safe, plant-sourced medicine. Because the cannabinoids link to receptors in the skin rather than entering the bloodstream, there are no psychoactive effects. I can apply an ointment loaded with THC and have no high sensation. There is no minimum dosage, allowing me to apply a cannabis topical multiple times per day. It’s helpful to apply them directly to the area that is a concern. I shop for cannabis-infused topicals at my local Albuquerque dispensary. They carry a rewarding selection of balms, lotions, roll-ons, sprays, salves and ointments infused with both cannabinoids and essential oils. I’ve found that those options high in CBD are wonderful for treating chronic pain and inflammation. I use them after a really tough workout to speed the recovery of an injury. I look for specific terpenes, such as Bisabolol that improves the penetration of cannabinoids. I like the scent of Geraniol for relaxing and anti-inflammatory effects. Cannabis topicals are a great remedy for all sorts of skin irritations, including acne, eczema, sunburn, bee stings, wounds and more. I use them to help me sleep and to alleviate migraines. One of my favorite products offered at the Albuquerque dispensary are the bath bombs. I drop a bath bomb infused with CBD, CBN, THC, epsom salts and lavender into a hot bath and soak my tired muscles.