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If you live in the United States, you probably have been aware of the laws passed in certain states as it relates to medical marijuana and the products that are made from the marijuana plant such as topical cannabis, edibles, tinctures and more. Some of the states that have legally embraced topical cannabis and other medical marijuana products include California, Colorado and Washington.

As more people come to realize the benefits of the marijuana plant, there are more business owners coming on board and creating products. These products include electronic vape pens, bongs, skin balms, suppositories, lotions, moisturizers, shampoos, bath salts and oils. Most of these products are potent due to the high THC level. But some business owners make products high in CBD too, especially for those who do not want to deal with the psychoactive ingredients of THC.

Comparing Hemp Seed

Of course, some of these same products were once made with hemp seed oil, but since marijuana legalization, topical cannabis has become more popular. Many of the products made with hemp seed oil are not as effective as those made with cannabinoids. It could be due to the active compounds that are found in the marijuana plant. For example, THC is a compound found in the marijuana plant and it is known as its signature element, if you are looking for a buzz or a stronger healing effect for a skin condition. CBD is found in both hemp seed and the marijuana plant. Both have been used to make topical cannabis and other products that aid in anxiety, vomiting, nausea and pain.

The Preparation

When you prepare topical cannabis from the marijuana plant, you have more healing properties to work with. In fact, most of the healing properties provide the user with anti-inflammatory, analgesic, cell proliferation, pain relief and cell regeneration. When you apply the topical cannabis made from the marijuana plant, it contributes a localized benefit to the specific area of the skin. Imagine getting a natural high by having an irritated skin.

If you got burned, for example, topical cannabis can provide you with a cooling effect, not only relieving the discomfort, but actually healing it entirely and possibly giving you a high at the same time. Yes, many of the skin care products made from cannabis are designed to provide soothing and healing, but also a buzz, if the THC level is high . There are some topical cannabis products made specifically for anti-aging purposes to combat all signs of growing old.

External Use

If you don't already know, topical cannabis is also made to enhance a man or woman's bedroom pleasure. However, in most cases, the THC level has to be much lower and the CBD level higher. These types of cannabis products are used externally for the sensitive genital area. However, for suppositories, you can use internally since they are mostly made with CBD. However, in most cases, topical cannabis is used externally. Make sure you read the instructions before applying.

The Products

Where do you get these cannabis products, you may ask? Well, there are various companies that sell different types of products for a wide range of reasons. In all cases, topical cannabis is absorbed into the skin to have its effect. You don't have to be worried about any side effects either. Topical cannabis is safe to use, even when the THC level is high.

If you are a medical cannabis patient, you would probably get a referral from an approved physician before using topical cannabis. The same is true, if you are using it for chronic pain such as headache. It is also used by everyone, whether you are a medical cannabis patient or not, for ongoing itching, dermatitis, infections, psoriasis and eczema. If you are still curious, learn more at the Cannabis Training University, the leader in cannabis training.

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Fred Hernandez - Cannabis industry expert writer
Fred Hernandez

Fred Hernandez is a highly accomplished and versatile writer, boasting an extensive background in the cannabis industry. With an in-depth understanding of various sectors including cultivators, processors, retailers, and brands, Fred's expertise spans across the entire cannabis landscape. As a prominent contributor to CTU, he consistently delivers insightful articles exploring the latest developments, news, and regulations shaping the cannabis industry. Whether it's delving into the intricacies of cannabis products, cannabis strain reviews, or providing comprehensive analyses of cannabis laws, or sharing expert insights on cannabis cultivation techniques, Fred's wealth of knowledge positions him as an invaluable writer and educator for all cannabis-related subjects.

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