Cannabis topicals can play a big role in your overall cannabis strategy. Topical cannabis products are used to relieve pain, muscle tension, soreness and inflammation. A cannabis topical can help with pain relief in a localized area. For example, if you are suffering from a sore neck or a sore back, applying a cannabis topical to those areas can help you get through the day.
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The paranoia of waking up in the middle of the night with cold sweats and nausea in your stomach, the feeling of blood, innocent blood, at the hands of the telepathic twins stays in your mind much longer than a nightmare should….. The relentless bloodlust that drives exhausted muscles to overcome broken bones and turn arms and legs into white-hot iron weapons, while the enemy cowardly betrays a wise and kind sensei and strives to appropriate the source of the ethereal power you both swore to protect….. The silent longing of a fierce soul, chained, clothed in an ever-greying desire, gnawing violently at his own limbs in a desperate attempt to find sweet, elusive freedom….. I’m afraid that cannabis-based medications won’t help with the everyday problems that people like you and me face. But if you suffer from back pain, muscle pain, etc., then you should definitely try this ointment with medicine! Seriously, though. Friendly people have told me that it is also good for the skin. This 100% organic cannabis remedy works. Honestly, I’m shocked at how good it is. So I think it’s important to tell everyone about it, because it’s a drug that can do a lot of good. You know how it goes. You go to the pharmacy and buy an ointment or cream to relieve the pain, and yes, if you don’t think about it too much, you might feel some relief for a few minutes. Or don’t bother because you know this crap doesn’t work, and spend $13.99 on six bottles of craft beer. Maybe a bottle of CabSav if you’re feeling particularly cocky. So it was the day after my physical therapist visit, which meant I wouldn’t be back until the following week, when I fell asleep watching Supernatural on Saturday night. I woke up with my neck twisted and hanging over my shoulder like a prize sturgeon in a fish market. Aaargh, I yelled at the indifferent screen that didn’t blink. Aaargh, I repeated for emphasis. The left side was tense, painful, almost spasmodic. I spent most of the day fiddling with it, until I remembered the jar that Organic Collective had so kindly given me over a month ago. It was already at room temperature. Wow. After about five minutes of rubbing this tonic of coconut oil, shea butter, cocoa butter, and other triple-secret ingredients, the tension disappeared and only a slight ache remained. Rub the ointment in until the sheen disappears, then it will be absorbed by the skin. The analgesic effect also persisted for a long time. The pain gradually subsided, but I didn’t need another application until the next morning, which allowed me to move my neck freely to drive. A slight improvement in baseline pain level meant that the ointment relieved all agony. A few days passed and your husband was back to his old self, crawling through walls and removing cobwebs. I think my original strength exercises, taught to me by the wonderful experts at Got Your Back Total Health, are helping to rebuild my muscles and heal the injuries I occasionally suffer as a cautious and irritable old fart, but when combined with this healing ointment, there is a wonderful synergy that relieves the pain and allows me to perform the movements the rest of the day effortlessly. I look like one of those lunch ads with a well-dressed housewife with too many teeth. Please forgive my enthusiasm for a cannabis remedy that really works, after years of using Stepford Snake Oil. It is simply unacceptable that this drug remains illegal everywhere when it can do so much good for people with physical pain. It fills me with madness, anger and an unbearable pain in my heart, which means it’s probably time to smoke a cigarette with Fritz. Speaking of which. It’s almost time for Halloween weekend! You can start your weekend off with a bang by going to District’s free cabaret at Buckeye+Bear tomorrow, featuring comedian Elizabeth Croydon of these same electronic pages and rapper Davy Fresh (with Malik the drummer). Did I say it was free? You need to support local artists in the cannabis community! I’m a local artist! Support me and I’ll stop yelling! What? !? Yes, it’s true! What do you call this blog? Garbage! You’re an asshole! Oh shit, forgot I mentioned GT, you’re awesome.