Three times per day, I apply cannabis-infused topicals.
- I use them first thing in the afternoon, following our shower plus right before bed.
I have a number of problems that these topicals effectively treat. At one time, I purchased all unusual types of over-the-counter medicines that varied in effectiveness. I continually tried new options, hoping for better success. When cannabis was first made available in our state, it was only legal for medical purposes; Because none of our health problems are overly severe, I wasn’t sure that I would qualify for our card. I was also reluctant to devote the time plus money for a card that is only valid for one year. As soon as recreational cannabis was legalized, I started shopping at the dispensary. Although I am considered a recreational customer, I am able to purchase products created for curative benefits. I mainly choose topicals. I experiment with unusual strains, cannabinoids, terpenes plus consumption methods plus have had especially good results with cannabis-infused topicals. The dispensary sells ointments, lotions, sprays, roll-ons, balms, soaks, bath bombs plus transdermal patches, but for the arthritis in our fingers, I search for ointments that absorb abruptly plus are good for treating swelling, pain plus stiffness. For the psoriasis on our elbows plus knees, I use a gel, plus for our problems with leg cramps, I use a roll-on. I enjoy the soothing properties of the bath bombs, especially those that include essential oils from lavender. I’ve just recently discovered a whole line of cannabis-infused skincare topicals. There are anti-aging serums that I actually like.
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