By Okperuvwe Marho Louis
cannabis Topicals are great for body and self care.
As with the consumption of any form of cannabis, the intensity and longevity of the effects depends on factors such as your body weight and sex, how much food you’ve eaten and how fast your metabolism works. Noting that no two persons have the same Endocannabioniod structure so identifying which is right for a particular person needs trials and expert opinion.
Topical cannabis absorption is common amongst people who want the full effect of the product within minutes without being exposed to the risks of lung health from smoking.
The topical consumer, is the oldest of the non-flower consumers, at 42 years old. Our research shows that 40 percent have college degrees, landing between edibles (42 percent) and concentrates consumers (37 percent). And 65 percent of them are employed, the lowest among non-flower users, which could be related to age.
BALMS/SALVES: Got an elbow ache? An itchy scratch? In the past you might have grabbed a traditional salve to help ease the pain, but now the cannabis world supports numerous balms and salves as well. They are the most popular style and quite effective for acne and itch.
PATCHES: People wrestling with chronic pain are drawn to patches, which are pieces of adhesive fabric saturated with cannabis extract and other botanical. These trans-dermal patches slowly release cannabis into the bloodstream over long periods of time.
SPRAY: Some people turn to cannabis sprays to help manage pain for a variety of injuries, such as sore ankles.
LOTIONS: These include body creams, lips balms, deodorant, acne removers, shampoos, chapsticks, perfumes and even mascara.
MASSAGE OIL: Oils infused with cannabis are popular among massage therapists in legal states. Masseuses say the cannabis oils help their patients sink into deeper states of relaxation during massage sections.
LUBRICANTS: Which couple wouldn’t love an amazing lubricant made from cannabis extract especially when it has extra flavor.
Generally, studies shows that topical are beneficial in mitigating pains, and its one area that will serve the beauty industry real good. Understanding the products categorisation requires expert cosmetologist and epidemiologist research.