Cannabis topicals are creams, salves, roll-ons, gels, even lubricants that are made with cannabis and are meant to be applied directly to the skin.
It probably goes without saying, but you’re not going to want to smoke your cannabis salve. Even if you do actually manage to keep it lit, it won’t accomplish anything other than possibly hazardous throat irritation.
Tips and common mistakes with cannabis salves
Topical solutions can activate the cannabinoid receptors in the epidermis, but they do not penetrate deeply into the skin, so they’re most effective for localized treatment. Transdermal cannabis solutions on the other hand, do penetrate the skin and enter the bloodstream. These solutions typically use some sort of chemical to penetrate the skin, and usually come in the form of a patch.
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How to make DIY CBD salve
YL tip: Interested in spreading the CBD love? Separate this salve into several small jars to take on the go or give as gifts.
4. Add vitamin E oil and CBD. Mix well.