Cannabis oil topicals do work to stem the rising tide of arthritis in people’s joints. It appears that arthritis is increasing worldwide and is now a common but chronic disease. Did you know that there are up to 200 different arthritis types? And that more than 50 million Americans now suffer from this debilitating disease? It is high time we all looked deeper at our lifestyles – what we put into our mouths and how much we get out into the fresh air, into nature, and move. Even children are getting arthritis now and luckily there are medical options for them like cannabis oil.
There is evidence that cannabis oil topicals do work for arthritis and other pain in muscles and general stiffness of the limbs. The two main cannabinoids in cannabis, cannabidiol (CBD) and tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) have natural anti-inflammatory powers. They are also pain killers and can assist people who have mental conditions such as anxiety or depression. THC may be psychoactive but all you have to do to avoid getting high is to use the THC topical. The cannabinoid sinks into the skin, to the joints and works wonders for inflammation and pain. If you prefer to take the cannabinoids orally, rather take the THC/CBD blend which is not psychoactive but a very good general panacea.
That brings us to our own cannabis oil topical, aptly called Panacea Pain Relief Balm. Cannabis has been identified for its pain relief properties and therefore Panacea topical cream could be a solution for localised pain for users who are not keen to intake cannabis orally. Panacea Pain Relief Balm offers a refreshing scent, a creamy feel, a non-irritating sheen and a soothing overall feel. It is an exclusive ointment, designed to act fast with its cannabis oil, hemp oil, coconut oil and shea butter ingredients. Add to this the healing, fragrant essential oils of lavender, peppermint, rosemary and eucalyptus and you have the best cannabis balm in South Africa.
Scientists have found that cannabis oil topicals do work as they improve mobility and reduce pain in joints and in muscles. The CBD provides almost instant relief from inflammation. Cannabis topicals can contain THC as it is not being ingested and going to the brain. THC tends to cling to receptors, CB1, in the brain, causing psychosis but also generating amazing healing properties. CBD binds to CB2 receptors in the skin, the body’s largest organ, stimulating the endocannabinoid system, avoiding the bloodstream so going to the heart of the pain. Using these two cannabinoids together has also been successful in treating multiple sclerosis, and skin conditions like acne, burns, rashes, eczema and psoriasis. More research is needed, however, to clarify just how cannabis oil topicals work and relieve pain through the skin.
A well-known doctor in America claims that topicals work well when they are a combination of various healing ingredients – when you rub the topical into your skin, it immediately goes to the source of the pain, not having to first be metabolised by the liver. CBD does very well as a topical or cream as it relieves inflammation very rapidly this way.
If you want to try a cannabis oil topical that does really work, then contact us to try our Panacea Pain Relief Balm which is cannabis oil based. It also contains other natural healing plants which combine to ensure you get instant pain relief from arthritis and other muscle or joint issues. Contact Cannabis Network News today to try a cannabis oil topical that works for you.