Who Should and Should Not Use Cannabis Topicals

By Cannademy Staff Writer

Do cannabis topicals work? 

Believe it or not, medical marijuana can provide effective treatments for a number of conditions by being applied to the outside of the body!  

That’s right, you do not need to smoke or eat cannabis in order to take advantage of its medicinal benefits.  Just rub a THC Topical or CBD topical into your skin and start feeling relief!

Will I get high from topical THC?

Most THC topicals do not cross the blood brain barrier (see this video for the one important exception to this rule).  Likewise, you won’t fail a drug test from marijuana topicals and you won’t get high either. 

But you may find significant relief from aches and pains, inflammation, itching, rashes, skin conditions like acne, eczema, and psoriasis, and much more.

Who can benefit from Cannabis Topicals?  

As all natural skin care products hands down beat their store bought equivalents, most anyone can benefit from a THC topical or a cannabidiol topical (CBD), but especially athletes or anyone who regularly works out, seniors, anyone experiencing muscle aches, migraines, menstrual cramps, arthritis, skin conditions, and anyone fighting the signs and symptoms of aging.  

As topicals can provide localized relief without psychotropic side effects, even people who don’t like to smoke, vape, or eat cannabis can still enjoy some of its medicinal benefits.

Yep, almost everyone can benefit from cannabis topicals.  

Almost?  Who should not use topical cannabis?  

Potential Topical THC Side Effects and Topical CBD Side Effects 

While negative reactions to marijuana topicals are exceedingly rare, those with skin sensitivities and allergies should use caution when trying any kind of new topical product, not only because of the cannabis, but also because of other essential oils and ingredients that might be in it. 

Also, some people with severe plant pollen allergies might find they have an allergic reaction to topical cannabis.

It’s always a good idea to try on a small patch of skin first, before applying liberally, if you are in doubt.

How to Make Cannabis Topicals

Making Cannabis Topicals

Surprisingly, making cannabis topicals is fun and easy.  They make terrific gifts, as well as valuable therapeutic products to add to your own health and beauty routines.  

Cannademy’s comprehensive online cannabis course DIY Cannabis Skincare and Topicals will show you just how easy it is to make cannabis creams for pain, THC and CBD Bath Bombs and bath soaks, marijuana lotion bars and speed sticks, marijuana massage oils, wrinkle creams, lip balms, and more.  You probably already have most or all of the tools and ingredients to get started.

Once enrolled you get lifetime access to this invaluable course, including future upgrades and new marijuana topical recipes and formulas.  Learn more at this link.

Enroll in Cannademy’s DIY Cannabis Topicals and Skincare course today and start making quality marijuana topicals tonight!

This course will teach you how make all sorts of external cannabis infused products in the comfort of your home.  From massage oil and moistening balms, to therapeutic bath soaks and sexual lubricants. 

This DIY cannabis topicals course covers it all!

While I provide lots of tested formulas for making cannabis topicals (everything you see in the photo above and more), you’ll also learn the principles of making simple topicals, so you can come up with your own special blends and formulas too. 

The course uses simple ingredients and techniques that anyone can implement to make small batches of all natural, preservative-free, skincare products.

Like I said, most everyone can benefit from the topical application of marijuana!

Cannademy Staff Writer

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